"With simply paper and a little creativity anyone can create"

Monday, October 3, 2011

Christmas Display - Pion Design

I've been playing with more of the Waiting for Santa 2 collection from Pion Design. Seriously the best holiday paper collection in the last decade!

I ALWAYS have a layout displayed on my mantle so I decided to make a layout for display in December that perfectly matches my Christmas decor. So much complementary goodness on this layout - Dusty Attic chipboard from my Etsy shop (http://www.etsy.com/shop/vickyalberto), ZVA pearl flourishes, flowers, ribbon, doilies, and holiday berry cluster too! I just love that image of the little girl and her dog from one of the gorgeous papers.


I used a handmade Lily Flower from my tutorial and frosted the tips with diamond dust. Kinda looks like a pink poinsettia.

Here is a close-up of the cluster and you can see I used crackle paint and stickles on the chipboard.

Thanks for taking a peek! BTW - Halloween and Christmas Dusty Attic chipboard will be arriving soon :)


15 comments:

Sandi Smith said...

So beautiful Vicky...love it!

Valery said...

This is simply gorgeous! I love it. Thanks for sharing!

Bonnie aka Cinnabon said...

This is so lovely and elegant! Love what you did with the rose pp!

Liz's creative corner said...

Wow so gorgeous, beautiful details and colours, hugs Liz xx

Blossom inch said...

this is gorgeous.

Shona said...

this is just so elegant :) want my address so you can send to me hehe :)

Linda Pekrul said...

This is so, so, pretty! I just love it.

Lean said...

This is so sweet beautiful work!

Di Garling said...

Wow Vicky this layout is stunning. So many gorgeous things to catch your eye. Just beautiful. Cheers Di xx

~Marlene Krogh~ said...

So beautiful and elegant, love the color !!!

misty said...

This is so gorgeous! Love it!

Renee VanEpps said...

Breathakingly pretty Vicky!!

Sparkly Pink Star said...

this is beautiful!

Pendra said...

Love that paper and your handmade flowers are gorgeous! Very elegant and thanks for sharing the tutorial!

Audrey Frelx said...

Oh, wow, this is just gorgeous!