Hiya ThermOWeb fans! Suzanna here today to share with you a non-traditional Christmas layout featuring the new Gina K Gnome for the Holiday’s Stamp n Stencil set and the Fairytale Foils! One can create some fun embellishments for holiday layouts with this festive Stamp n Stencil set.

Gnome for the Holidays Scrapbook Layout

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These gentle friends are standing beside a Fairytale flocked Christmas tree with a shiny juted wrapped package underneath. Flocked noses and beards add fun texture along with the flocked snow-capped mountains in the background. Lots of dies accompany this set so all you have to do is roll everything through your manual die cut machine and customize with the stamps and stencil!

This little miss has been personalized. I ad-libbed the body and sliver of a face peeking out from between Prince Periwinkle foiled hat and body and added braided DMC floss for her hair. You can see her come together, along with the rest of the process, in my YouTube video which I will link you to below.

There are some adorable phrases included with the stamps. I opted to mask the stamp, using the applicable parts of the phrase for a longer title on my scrapbook page. As this is a larger size than the cards generally created from such a product, I needed larger letters for a suitable title, and thus “gnome” larger made it more fitting for a scrapbook title. Each letter of a gnome is cut from one of the five colors of Fairytale foil that was run through the hot laminator on a PeelNStick Toner sheet and then die cut with a metal die. Make your own shiny stickers – perfect!

The background of the layout is a combination of a GinaK Foil-Mate and the negative of the Glass Slipper Fairytale foil leftover from the foiling process. Such a lovely wintery background for those adorable gnomes!

Gnome for the Holiday Scrapbook Layout Video Tutorial

Watching the first 9-10 minutes of the video below will show you detailed steps of how I used the Gina K Gnome for the Holidays Stamp n Stencil set along with other great ThermOWeb products to create the gnomes, trees with presents below, and snow-capped mountains. The remaining 10 minutes are scrapbook process video and the masking of the stamp for the title.

Will you be gnome for the holidays? Wouldn’t this be the perfect way to create your own embellishments to document those memories?! I can’t wait to use it in my Document December album!

Thanks for stopping in today! See you again soon!

 

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