I hope that you all had a peaceful and beautiful Christmas. I enjoyed the week thoroughly. The days since I last posted have been filled with family traditions, crafting, eating, eating, relaxing, and after a full day of putting away Christmas decorations yesterday, I spent last night in the craft room, finishing up the printer's tray I have been working on. Here are the last few photos:
I replaced one of the mirrored pieces in the lower left corner with this piece. I used vintage book paper, washi tape, stamped Picket Fence Distress Stain, and some red rhinestones. I think it is a better fit, style-wise.
This little square seemed to be the perfect spot for a tiny rosette. You will see more of these when I get around to posting my final three trees of 2014 later in the week. The center is a vintage tack from the button box, colored unevenly with alcohol ink to give it some holiday color. The background is a piece of the vintage calendar that I also used behind the wreath in an earlier week.
This is by far my favorite project of the year. I am so happy that I was able to finish my personal card making challenge (5 cards per week for the entire year) early, so that I could focus on the Funkie Junkie 12 Tags of Christmas challenge. I hope you have enjoyed following my progress. I have already made it a goal to participate in the 2015 challenge. I hope you will consider joining the fun.
Today I made good progress on my final three trees for the year. I hope you'll pop back later in the week to check them out. I'm on track to get them posted before the New Year.