We finally started decorating the house today! It felt like we were a bit behind with decorating so I'm happy to have some festive ornaments and Christmas-y touches around the house. The kids love it too. We have ornaments hanging in the windows and they will point and oooh and aaaah at them. It's so much fun!
I'm super excited to share our Design Team projects this month! They've gone above and beyond with their Christmas projects! Our STANDING CHRISTMAS TREE is definitely our top seasonal item! I think probably because it's so versatile, which you will see below. The paper flower tree (above) is by the ever-fabulous Julie Ann! She rolled the paper flowers and glued them on the tree. It's sooo pretty and girly, isn't it?!
This collaged Vintage-bird tree, by Cathleen is so pretty. The sheet music, beaded garland and word quotes are just lovely touches!
Look at the papers and details.
And I love the bird topper. Just beautiful!
Kim went with a white Christmas tree with lots of Bling! A girl after my own heart. :)
Look at the pretty jewels.
Julie's looks more traditional where she took ribbon and gathered it on the tree to create a pretty look and topped it with a cute red polka dotted bow!
We also had our WREATH shape as a project. Laurie has all KINDS of goodies on her wreath! It's so bright and fun and festive, isn't it?!
She has some of her signature Trinket's (her Etsy shop) embellishments on the wreath too.
Pamela put a family Christmas photo in the center of her wreath. She took a circle punch and crumpled all the pieces of paper to give it a dimensional look. It has a sweet, Vintage look to it I think.
Pretty bow and twine.
Look at the adorable Snow people! Joyce created this fun little wreath and added snowflake embellishments too.
In the meadow we can build a snowman. Too cute! I can't help but sing the song. :)
Cute hat and mittens too!
And Dawn has a more traditional look, doesn't it?! With big, beautiful flowers and ribbon!
I told you each one was really unique! That's what I love about our shapes. They create the canvas to do so many different things!
Thanks ladies for all the inspiration! And thanks to you for stopping by Say It With Letters. xo