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December 5, 2011

Window Vinyl for Christmas

Good Morning!

This is Jen from 3 Cats and a Bug. Thanks to Pam for asking me to be part of her fabulous DT!

During the summer, my sister was given a bag of vinyl scraps. She had no use for them, so she gave them to me. My goal for today was to start using those scraps and dress up my front door and windows for Christmas.

I started out making snowflakes, the size depending on the size of scrap vinyl. I used winter lace and Sophie and cut them out at 2.5, 3, 3.3, 4, 4.5 and 5.5. One of the many reasons I love my gypsy so much is being able to layout my vinyl all at one time.

Now if only I could come up with a faster way to weed it! I had to use the Sophie snowflake, it's so pretty and easy to weed.

For the Christmas tree I only had a 12 x 5 piece of green vinyl, so that was cut @ 10.5 from the Christmas solutions cartridge. The snow layer was cut with a shinier white, but the shine didn't show up in pictures. The two deer were cut from PDDU @ 5 and the single deer was cut from Give a Hoot @5 also.

I also cut out the bunny and the hat from Winter Woodland, both @ 3.3.

Thanks for looking!


papillon digital design said...

These are wonderful. Yours turned out so so cute. TFS

mfc.melissamade2 said...

Such a fun way to decorate for Christmas! Love the Christmas tree and all those sweet reindeer! TFS!

Michelle said...

Cute project - great way to use up some scraps.

Dayna Sabrina said...

How fun is this! My kids would go ga ga over this. Too bad Mom is too lazy to do it. Lol.

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