Here is the inspiration from me and the Design Team
I wanted a little break from making Christmassy things so I used the Limited Runs 'Morning Glory' digi coloured with Promarkers, with some of my Tinseltown Papers (these papers are for life, not just for Christmas!)
I used Sarah's Tinseltown houses & Santa stop here sign, along with the 'Santa's Stuck' image from Limited Runs digi range to make a wall hanging, I coloured them all in with Promarkers & glued the chimney pot images (complete with Santa stuck in the chimney) onto the houses. I used red & bakers twine to hang them together
I added white Stickles to the roof & chimney pot to make the snow all sparkly.
I used a mix of papers from Tinseltown and Oz and the 'House 1' from Limited Runs digi I coloured with Flexmarkers to make a CAS new home card.
I've used 'Fairy Catcher' from Limited Runs but given her a snowflake to catch, the papers are some of my favourites from Sarah's Tinseltown CD
I made a digi Scrapbook page using lots of elements from the Tinseltown CD ROM and also the fab digi image Snow House and of course a picture of my mad puppy!
I chose 'Brill' by Limited Runs as he's so cute and the words from the elements section of the Tinseltown CD just went perfectly with him. I chose to make a page in my Christmas journal to show them off.
I had so much fun with this challenge. I decided to go for a non Christmas digi from Limited Runs and I chose the lovely little 'Dragons Nest' I wanted to do something different so I decided to do a picture frame.
I have used 'Catching a Snowflake' from Limited Runs and used card and papers from my stash.
I have used 'Snowman #2' from Limited Runs and combined it with some gorgeous backing paper from Sarah's Tinseltown CD, punched holly leaves and some die cut snowflakes.
I've used a cute image called 'Little Tree' from Limited Runs and teamed it with some fabulous papers and embelishments from Sarah's Tinseltown CD to make another last minute Christmas card.
I used 'Catching a Snowflake' from Limited Runs coloured with Promarkers, and papers from the Tinseltown CD