Hello fellow memory keepers, this is Kelli. The November kit could not have been cuter. It had so much fun holiday product, that we decided to create some projects that can be used as holiday décor. The team members created the cutest projects. I was truly inspired by each one of them.
Suzanna Lee made this adorable ornament. Here’s what she said about it: I created a simple frame for a hanging ornament using three elements from the kit. Sometimes more is less and that is definitely the case here. I can’t wait to hang this ornament with our Christmas card photo from last year on our tree!
Next we have trees made by Kylie Kingham. I can think of so many uses for these little cuties. Here’s what she said: Cute 3D Christmas Trees made from the 12 x 12 Memory Keeping Kit papers.Ideal as cake toppers, shelf or table decorations or for gift wrapping.The list is endless.
Lucky for us, she also created a quick process video:
Next is my advent calendar. You know me, I love interactive paper. This 12×12 layout will end up in my scrapbook, but not until after Christmas. Until then, it sits out as decoration. Each day in December I will add some journaling or little photos of what we did that day. It’s like a mini December daily.
I also made a process video of how to make one:
This adorable framed decoration was made by Lisa Abbott- Saunders. I love the quote too! She said: I trimmed some on the 12×12 paper kit down to 8×8 to fit this frame. I rolled some of the papers from the kit and stuck them down to make this tree shape. And added an ‘Elf’ quote, because they are the best quotes!!
This ornament made by Celine Celma is so clever and cute! She said this: A decoration with strips of papers of the 12×12 memory keeping kit and these very beautiful Christmas flowers in felt.
Thanks for checking out our Tuesday inspiration. I’ve been excited to share these creative projects! Happy Tuesday!