Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Club Scrap Shades of Winter Blog Hop

 Hello everyone and welcome to Club Scraps December blog hop featuring the NEW Shades of Winter Collection! If you arrived from Deb's Blog then you are in the right place , if not you will want to start from the beginning at Karen(Club Scrap blog)so you don't miss any of the wonderful inspiration from the Club Scrap Artist Team! There is also a list of the entire line up there for you with links :) Have fun & I hope you enjoy todays Hop!
For today's project I created a mini album/box. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this collection, as it reminds me of the beautiful snow and a white winter. This is a recycled Laughing cow cheese container, decorated using Club Scraps Shades of Winter collection. Inside is a mini album made using doily's and ribbon. and in the photo below you can see 2 of the design papers I chose to use today. I also used the beautiful blue shimmer text card stock & the Champagne color Text Card stock, both from the collection as well. For all the doilies I just used some white.

Photo album inside
So the doily's on the inside are hooked together using ribbon. I love that you can put photos on both sides, and that is comes out of the box. All dies used are from Cheery Lynn, and are listed below.

Shades of Winter greetings Unmounted sentiment
Shades of Winter design paper
Shades of Winter fibers
Shades of Winter Embellishment pack of Glitter Brads
Shades of Winter Deluxe Kit (metal snowflake)

Really Reasonable Ribbon Satin
Cheery Lynn Dies Used:
Cheery Lynn Priscilla Doily
Cheery Lynn Tea Rose Small
Cheery Lynn Pierced Stacker #3
Cheery Lynn LPC4 Circle Pierce and Tool LG Silver
Cheery Lynn Flourish #8

The sentiment on the top of the box is from this months kit as well, and I stamped it in black ink from Club Scrap.

Flowers were created using Cheery Lynn Tea Rose Small die, and the beautiful blue text weight card stock. The centers have brads in them that are also in this months kit. I love how the flowers have their own sparkle and glitz from the card stock and brads.

I added a bow using the beautiful white ribbon from Shades of Winter Kit, and also the snowflake too. the Beautiful snowflakes around the sentiment are stickers and are from Club scrap

I really enjoyed creating my Decorated Photo box for todays hop!! :) Your next stop on the HOP is Josette's Blog! Have fun!!! Thank you for joining us today!!
Hugs to all,


Annette said...

Inspired project - this is truly lovely. Happy new year.

Ink Stained Roni said...

Lovely mini album! I've got several of those containers just waiting to be repurposed. Great idea. I'm sure anyone would be thrilled to receive one of these gems.

Julie said...

Cheryl, I absolutely love that you recycled the Laughing Cow container to make this box, simply exquisite!!!

Tricia Morris said...

OK, you've gotta send this to Laughing Cow! They'd get a kick out of it! :) Beautiful project, Cheryl!

Kay Williamson said...

I can see the Laughing Cow round box being perfect for this, wow what a great adorable idea, youre SO clever!

Lisa D said...

I had to re-read the part the Laughing Cow container! I have tons of those! Very chic and classy! Love it!

APeeling Papercrafts said...

Beautiful little box! I love to use boxes that other things came in! LOVE!

jen t. said...

One word.. gorgeous!

rettaescape said...

Cute mini album! Love that you used the Laughing Cow container.

debduzscrappin said...

What a pretty project! really love this!

Sheila said...

What a great way to repurpose a box and the album is unique in that it's a circle vs the usual rectangle/square shape. Very delicate looking.

Karen Wyngaard said...

So pretty. I love all the little details!

Donna Coughlin said...

Great way to upcycle a box! And I love that is a circle instead the traditional square!

Kelly A Clark said...

Cheryl, everything you made is exceptional. What a beautiful album!

Tina Dornbaum said...

How clever using the laughing cow box. Love all your details!

Hetty said...

OH my, so beautiful and i love all the details.
Wishing you a very creative 2017!