Hi! Tina here today with a Christmas home decor project that is versatile and can be adapted/updated year after year.
If you saw the Spooky Halloween Tray I shared last month, you know that I love using printer's trays for holiday decorating. So to change things up a bit for Christmas, I created a home decor project using a receipt holder.
Supplies:Winter Wonderland:4x6 designer paper pad,6x6 designer paper pad,Tags patterned paper,layered Stickers,twine,enamel dots,stamps,decorative brads,decorative buttons,decorative tape,sticker accessory sheet,chipboard elements;Misc:adhesives,mini canvas panels,spray mist,embossing powder,7gypsies vintage receipt holder,ribbon,sewing machine and thread,pens
This project was pretty simple to put together and only required a weekend to create all of the 'mini scenes' for each receipt clip. The 4x6 designer pads and the 6x6 designer pads are great for this type of project and are the perfect size for each area.
For each mini scene, I layered several patterned papers and adhered various stickers, chipboard elements, and decorative brads and buttons. I also wanted to add a little 'shimmer' to each area, so I accented each piece with glitter and glaze pens. They added just the perfect amount of holiday sparkle to my project.
Special hint: To make each mini scene more rigid (so they don't crinkle or buckle under the clip), I backed them with chipboard.
After each scene was complete, I arranged them on the receipt holder and added additional chipboard elements and titles.