So, yeah. I am still scrapping Christmas. I do not scrap chronologically, at all. If you've read my blog before, you know I jump from years and years (and years) ago to current photos with no real rhyme or reason. It just depends on what appeals to me at the moment. So I go with it.
This page is again about our Christmas cookie baking adventures. I love to get the grandkids involved. They "helped" roll the Chocolate Crinkle cookies in powdered sugar, hence the white hands! And you know what, they did a really good job!! I so want them to remember these times spent together. I want to remember the look on Jackson's face when he came into the kitchen, saw his sister helping to roll the chocolate cookies into little balls and proclaimed he could help too. Until he saw his sisters hands all covered in sticky chocolate dough. Then he wrinkled his face up and said... "Oh, no. I don' wanna do tha-a-t. She's all doo-ty." So we switched to rolling the cookies in powdered sugar.
The page is a mish mash of Echo Park (the background sheet), Pink Paislee holiday pad (the stripes used to border the page and for the layers under the photos), and Crate (the large cluster of ephemera to the side of the photos). I had made a bunch of these cluster things several months ago (see my October 25 post http://cheryl-husmann.blogspot.com/2014_10_01_archive.html ) after watching a video where this gal went through a pile of scraps and packaged ephemera, stapled little stacks of it together.
Tucked in a piece of a doily, added a tab at the top of the photo block, and my title and journaling. Oh, yeah...and sequins!!! It's a Christmas layout...gotta add some sparkle!
sparkle on everyone!