Saturday, December 1, 2012

December Calendar Girls Blog Hop


  • Welcome to our December Calendar Girls' Blog Hop. Papercrafts Presents 365 Cards magazine which is our inspiration for these monthly hops which thus became the Calendar Girls. The magazine has Creative Ideas for every day of the year: occasions, holidays, and celebrations including 42 unique holidays!!! These unique holidays are our inspiration. The December unique holidays are:

    The hop starts with Lucy, http://love2createitall.com . You won't want to miss a single calendar event not to mention the weddings, graduations, birthdays -- ok, you get the idea!!!! 

      
    December Holidays


    National Tie Month: Lucy
    Spiritual Literacy Month:
    1 Earmuff Day: Jearise
    5 Bathtub Party Day:
    6 St. Nicholas Day: Lynne
    7 National Letter Writing Day:  Anita
    8 Hanukkah: Lynne
    12 Gingerbread House Day: Edwina
    14 Monkey Day: Miriam
    16 National Chocolate Covered Anything Day: Janet
    18 Bake Cookies Day: Lucy
    21 Winter Begins: Miriam
    21 Humbug Day: Janet
    21 Crossword Puzzle Day: Lynne
    25 Christmas: Kimberly
    26 Boxing Day (Canada):
    28 Pledge of Allegiance Day: Kimberly
    29 Tick Tock Day: Jearise
     30 Bacon Day: Jearise
    31 New Year's Eve: Jearise

    Stop by and check out these holidays as I am sure you are going to want to remember these holidays and include them in your card making projects!!!!!




    Hello, I have Gingerbread House day. Gingerbread house Day is December 12th. I love gingerbread houses, people, and cookies. They are so cute. I have used digis from Robyn's Fetish and Cloud 9 Designs. The digis from Robyn Fetish can be found here http://robynsfetish.com/shop/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=gingerbread I used 7 of Robyn's gingerbread digis. The digi where they are decorating the house is by Cloud 9 Designs. You can find it here https://www.designsoncloud9.com/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=9#ty;pagination_contents;index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=9&page=1

    I colored the digis with Copics. R24, R22, R20,R29, R35, R56, R59, -reds, G03, G07, G28, YG05, -greens B01, B02, B05, B21, B23, B28, B29- blues, E000, E00, E01, E11, E33, E37 E41, R43, E44, E47, - browns,YR02, YR04, YR07- oranges, Y000, Y00, Y01,Y02, Y13, Y15,Y17- yellows, C1, C3, C5, C7- grays. I used Gelly roll pens- Gold Metallic, Silver Metallic, Stardust clear, Red Metallic, Blue Metallic, emerald metallic.

    I used glitter glue on the snow/icing on the houses.

    The tiny gingerbread men by the sentiments are cut from Cricut cartridge Stretch Your Imagination cut at 1". I used Gelly Roll pens to decorate them.

    The papers are by Recollections solids, and Christmas pads, Georgia Pacific- white.

    The sentiments were typed on my computer and printed off.

    The journaling lines were done using a Red Gelly Roll pen.

    Your next stop on the hop is Miriam

    Thanks for stopping by and mark your calendar again next month to see what Holidays to Celebrate on January 2013, for the next Calendar Girls Blog Hop!

4 comments:

  1. What a cute layout! We always make a gingerbread house but I cheat and buy the kits. Back in Tucson, you could buy the kit from the local grocery store and then a few days before Christmas you could go in with your kit and they would have people there to help you put it together and decorate it with all sorts of yummy treats. The kids ate more than they used on their house but it was so much fun! Thanks for sharing such a memory triggering layout. Hugs.

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  2. A beautiful layout, Edwina. Love the gingerbread house!

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  3. What an adorable lay-out my dear friend!!! I love gingerbread houses. This was something my mother and dad always did later in life for the grandkids!!!! You are ever sew talented and creative! Your coloring is spectacular!!! I always love checking our your creativity and it is always a truly a pleasure hopping with you my dear friend!
    Much Love, Hugs, Friendship
    Lynne

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