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    HH #10 – December Holidays

    Welcome to the 10th task in the Hula Hodgepodge series and the first for 2008!

    Theme for Hula Hodgepodge #10 is: December Holidays – Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Ramadan, Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve. (Did I forget any?)

    Now that the holidays are over, it’s time to scrap all those wonderful pictures of the cookie baking, the decorating, the presents! Were you in WDW for the holidays? At relatives? Wherever you were, however you celebrated, share it with us! And if you have layouts of December Holidays past, share those too!

    When you post your item here, please list the supplies that you used (brand of patterned paper, type of embellishments, etc), so if someone loves one of your ideas they can find the supplies to lift it.

    Have fun getting those creative juices flowing!

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    Ok, it's been along time since I posted here. Can someone please PM me about how to do it. I tried to post in both my gallery and the scrapbook one and kept getting an error message.
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    Ok, you can disregard my other message--I got my photo in the gallery.

    This was our first attempt at making a Gingerbread House.

    Pattern paper: Imaginisce, letter stickers: Thickers by American Crafts and Miss Elizabeth (dollar store find)
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails HH #10 – December Holidays-gingerbread-left.jpg   HH #10 – December Holidays-gingerbread-right.jpg  
    Last edited by nestinggal; 01-18-2008 at 10:19 AM.
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    Oh Raelynn...those are so cute! And your little guy's house turned out really cute! What a cute son you have!

    I was just coming to post that there was a site issue yesterday and you should be able to upload now, but I see you got it.

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    Great job Raelynn! As far as this challenge goes.....I am not even close to working on Christmas! I guess if I could break myself away from the Cricut and making random cards, maybe I could find a picture or two to print and do. But my next scrapbooking to do list has WDW August vacation at the top!

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    Here are some Christmas layouts I made in `06 for a gift for my brother....there were 26 pages in the book, but I'm only going to post 6.







    Patterned Paper and rubons are Basic Gray
    Cardstock is Bazzill
    Metal items and date stamp are Making Memories
    The Angel is QuicKutz
    The Dear Santa letter I made with a Making Memories Rubon
    Ribbon is May Arts

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    I thought you all might get a kick out of seeing what my scrap style used to look like. I did these Christmas layouts SIX years ago.




    I can't even begin to tell you what brand the items are, though I think it is basic cardstock and letter stickers.

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    What a fun idea posting pages from the past. Is anyone else brave enough to share??
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    Cute idea with the Christmas light bulbs April! I know friends who have went back and redid their old scrapbooks that they did when they first started scrapping. I would never want to do that. I like being able to look back and see how my pages have changed and let's just say....'baby I've come a long way!"

    I do not have pictures of any of my old pages....maybe that's something for me to do some day, in my spare time!

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    Nice pages!

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    From my Jan 06 trip.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch View Post
    Here are some Christmas layouts I made in `06 for a gift for my brother....there were 26 pages in the book, but I'm only going to post 6.






    Can I just tell you we had that same lovely rough material couch that you all are sitting on in 1982! I can even remember how it felt when you sat on it. LOL
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    I am not good at remembering what I used to do this.
    I used regular blue cardstock from a stack that I purchased awhile back.
    The green pattern is from a Christmas pack.
    The stickers are from a sticker sheet purchased at joann's.
    The red stitching was done with a red glittern pen.
    Nothing to countdown to, so just smile and be happy everyday!




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    I love the triangle shapes on your layout Lara... and the way you put the photo in there is great! Nice work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GaRain View Post



    I am not good at remembering what I used to do this.
    I used regular blue cardstock from a stack that I purchased awhile back.
    The green pattern is from a Christmas pack.
    The stickers are from a sticker sheet purchased at joann's.
    The red stitching was done with a red glittern pen.
    Stickers: Sandylion
    Patterened Paper: DCWV

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