Not a creature was stirring, except for Lisa, who was trying to get her cards uploaded.
Well, I did get a bit of creating done, and much thanks to Maja Design for their "I Wish" paper collection for the inspiration.
Using a white cardstock base, the next layer up was some green paper from the "I Wish For Peace and Joy". I distressed the edges with my Tim Holtz Distresser, then gutted it because I knew with all the layers I had to cut down on the weight. The next was a little corner of red is the "I Wish Christmas Was Today" paper. Again, little weight. The next layer is from "I Wish For Frosty Mornings" paper. I wet my finger and ran it along the edges to soften the fibers and curled the paper inward. Then a rolled the upper left corner and inked the edges with Tim Holtz Walnut Stain Distress Ink. The focal image is from the Ephemera paper and I mounted on some of the gutted green. I used the red plaid again, and put a on a tiny tag and flower. That sentiment is from the extra strip I told you about. I wrapped twine around three fingers three times and tied it in the middle with another piece of twine with a tiny jingle bell in the middle. I used glue dots to attach it to a little strip of brown and white gingham from the "I Wish You A Merry Christmas" paper. Also from that paper came the little sleigh in the white resin frame. I used scraps of cheesecloth and lace too!
Here's another one that just has a different focal image and framed resin picture.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and TFL!