We asked a few members of our design team to share with us
their Holiday Traditions by Scrapping them.
Lets take a look!
By: Christiane Muller
Tradition: During the last years one of our holiday traditions
became to take photos with the funny Santa bonnets!!
Supplies Used: Cambridge Post, Noel Holly, Noel 3D-Cardstock Stickers
Noel Brads ICandy, Noel ICandy Chipboard Layered Stickers, Noel Wraps
Noel Cut Outs, Noel Combo Stickers, Noel Holiday Die Cut, Noel Chipboard
By: Tomoko Takahashi
Tradition: "Shichigosan" meaning "753" which is an event in Japan.
We celebrate 3, 5, and 7 years old children here:)
Here's a photo of my girl wearing kimono for this event.
Supplies Used: Crush Collection Crush, Cutie Pie, Darling, Flirt, Love, Romeo, Smooch,
Licorice Dot, Crush Chipboard, Crush and Crazy Love Pink Ruffle Wraps, Layered Chipboard, Brads
Other Supplies: Alphabet Stickers (Prima Whispered Words Black), Distress Ink,
Twine Fiber, Doily Punch, Pearl Accents
By: Jolanda Meurs
Tradition: We dressed up for our family dinner on first Christmas day!
Supplies Used: Noel Holliday Die cut, Noel Cut Outs, Noel Cranberry Rose TrimNoel Rub Ons, Noel Chipboard, Noel Noteworthy, Noel Stickers, Noel Icandy brads
By: Romy Veul
Tradition: I'm not sure if you could call this a tradition, but at Christmas all family members dress
themselves up beautifully...I've taken this picture of my niece Lisa last year and I think she looks so
gorgeous with her beautiful new hairdo, her amazingly beautiful new glasses and everything else...
Supplies Used: Noel Cheer, Noel Ornaments, Noel Postcards, Noel Traditions, Noel Cut Out,
Noel Combo Sticker, Noel 12" Chipboard, Noel Rub-Ons, Noel Cranberry Rose Trim, Noel Antique Lace Petal.
Designer Notes: The 'Postcards' patterned paper is perfect to use both as a background and to cut out pieces of.
I decided to take my scissors and just cut away... instead of cutting out the postcards, I choose to cut out a
few images that were on the postcards, for example the playing girl and the Santa on top of my layout.
What are your family traditions?