Saturday, May 1, 2010

Santa Claus with elf and Oh deer

Thankful that:

my wish at The Studio for Nibbles Skribbles' and Scrappy Cocoa's Template Toolbox Vol. 1 has been granted

The first layout shows Santa Claus and his elf who were on hand to greet me at the Sydney Airport together with Bambino and Mia. I was thinking that maybe (Santa and company) were on the same flight as me.

The headbands worn by Bambino and Mia in the second layout were brought by Ann but it was me who brought them to Sydney.

Incidentally, this layout is my entry to one of DigiScrapStation's May Font Challenges: Font Layout Challenge which has some really cool prizes in store for the winners. There is a second challenge but I am coming up empty as to what word art I should make. The prizes to be given there are fantastic as well. In any case, I have to hurry for the contest ends on May 22, 2010.

The kit used for these two layouts is by Heavenly Scraps. It's called Lolly Jolly Holiday Page Kit. The kit has 21 papers and as many as 79 elements: 1 acrylic frame, 1 hanging bell, 1 boy, 1 branch, 1 lollipop, 1 candy cane, 1 pair of Christmas bulbs, 1 Christmas tree, 3 plastic circle frames, 2 curled ribbons, 1 circle deco, 1 doodled frame, 1 girl elf, 1 boy elf, 1 elf in box, 1 fireplace, 3 pieces of flair, 3 flowers, 2 folded ribbons, 1 stamp frame, 1 gingerbread man, 1 girl, 2 glitter spills, 1 golden star, 1 hanging stockings, 1 heart cookie, 1 gingerbread house cookie, 3 journal notes, 4 labels, 2 strings of lights, 2 ornaments, 1 poinsettia, 1 reindeer, 1 reindeer girl, 2 rickracks, 1 curled rope, 1 Santa, 1 Santa sign, 1 snow drift, 2 glitter snowflakes, 2 snowflake gems, 1 snowman, 1 snowman sticker, 1 staple, 2 stitched ribbons, 4 stockings, 3 strings, 1 string with buttons, 1 tag, 1 Christmas tree cookie, 1 wavy word art, and 1 wired word art.

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