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Thread: Ideas for holiday projects
10-29-2008, 04:21 PM #21
10-30-2008, 09:19 AM #22
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- Jan 2007
I have been very busy preparing for Christmas. I only buy presents for my immediate family everyone else gets something I made. This year I am making calendars and having so much fun making those. I am also making a dvd of videos I shot of my daughter throughout the year. The last thing I am making is aprons for the grandmas and myself with my adorable little girl's photo that I scraped on them.
10-30-2008, 07:31 PM #23
I'm also going to make calendars for my closest relatives.
10-31-2008, 01:48 PM #24
I made a Pink Poodle Tea Party Birthday 8 x 8 book for my 7 year old niece through Shutterfly for a Chrismtas present. I had it sent directly to my sister and she said the colors turned out wonderful. We had some nice photos of the event so, thought of the book. My sister likes it so much, that I'm going to re-order and give her a copy of it for Christmas also. I just used Shutterfly's backgrounds and templates.
I'm also working on a calendar now through Shutterfly also of my cats for my husband. Every year, I buy a cat calendar or the Maine Coon calendar that you find at the bookstores, for him....so this year, I'm doing my own.
A few months ago, my sister wanted me to make her Christmas card for her...so we worked on that together. Hate to think how many hours we put into that! Way too many!
Had wanted to make a recipe book also...but never got that done. Needed more shots of food and people cooking, so just couldn't pull that one off for this year.
11-03-2012, 09:23 AM #25
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- Dec 2011
I'm planning to have some A4 layouts made up into tea towels, one way to brighten up the washing up!
11-03-2012, 10:34 AM #26Digital Scrapper Extraordinaire!
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- May 2010
- St. Paul, MN
I make our Christmas card every year. Some years I do 4x8 photo cards. Last year I used Avery half fold greeting cards. I print them on my Canon printer. This year I've begun by making a Christmas wreath modifying the autumn wreath in the current newsletter. I'm looking for pine cones to add.
Another project is making bookmarks for our 18 year old grandson. He reads all the time, but doesn't always have a bookmark. I hate it when he bends the corner.Pam
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