Christmas Ornaments (Clear Scraps + Tombow project)
Christmas is in the air.

Magical layouts...& WINNER!

 Magical pictures deserve magical layouts don't you think?  Sometimes everything falls into place and you get some great shots. Soon the weather will change here (like tommorow - we will get lots of snow) and it will get harder to get candid shots.

Every Princess has a story and when you open up the castle you will find the journal inside... I used the castle acrylic mini album from as a template! I traced it onto cardstock, cut out the shapes and put the castle back together with foam squares in between. I used lots of Shimmerz to paint the cardstock. The middle of the book opens to  reveal the journaling inside...


                                     I really had fun drawing and then making this layout come to life. I don't always do that but when I saw all the gorgeous glitter paper I knew I had to go for it! The rainbow, the frog and the clouds were drawn and cut out by me.

Supplies: All papers are from Best Creations (including the glitter paper!), lace ribbon Spare Parts, gold ribbon Offray, Flower gems KaiserCraft, Pearls ZVA Creative, Mist – Shimmerz, Gold foil stickers Craft n’ Crafting, Grunge board brackets & crown Tim Holtz- Ranger, brads Spare Parts, Adhesive Tombow & Glue Dots ® , Alphas Prima & American Crafts
Thanks for looking!
I wanted to add the WINNER from last Friday's GIVEAWAY! ♥

They're all great albums.
I like the Acrylic Skirted Tag.

Posted by: Cari Locken | November 26, 2010 at 03:08 PM

Please email for your fun prize!


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Love this 'Magical' layout. How cute.


This layout is just priceless. I love the theme and all the details and bling. Congrats Cari!

Lesley F

This LO is too cute! You did a wonderful job. It looks magical.

hilde janbroers

wow, what an amazing layout!! beautiful!!

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