December 13, 2014

Deck the Halls Blog Hop-PPPR


Thank you for stopping by today and joining our Deck the Halls Blog Hop..
You should of arrived here from Melissa's blog.
If you just stopped by and want to join the hop, just click HERE and it will link you to the beginning of the hop..


All of design team members are showcasing projects we created using the cute cutting files from the pretty paper, pretty ribbon's online store..

I decided to create a Christmas card holder to hold all our Xmas cards we get this year..
I have it hung up in my kitchen and I already have my first xmas card tucked in nicely in the pocket I created..

I used the clipboard cutting file and some chipboard to create the base of  my little card holder..
and then some cute files to decorate it..

how about a few close ups and some details:

I cut some of the stars in the "Best Buddies-cutting file" and created these 3D stars with them..
added some foam tape to the backs and attached them to wire which I tucked in underneath my flap to my pocket..

I printed the the words right onto the paper which I attached to the back of the clipboard..
The little twig looking things are from the Winter Cardinal cutting file and the scalloped edge to my pocket is in the Borders 2 cutting file

The cute little ginger bread men are in the Christmas cookies cutting file, the hearts are in the Valentines Sweets cutting file and the snow flakes are in the Winter Wonderland cutting file..

and this is what is looks like hanging up with my first xmas card tucked in the pocket.. 
It's not the best photo.


Now for some information about our hop:
The blog candy for this hop is a $15 GC to the PPPR store. for an extra chance to win remember to "LIKE" Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons on Facebook  and/or sign up for the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Newsletter  . A random winner will be chosen for the prize on Tuesday, December 16.

and a reminder to everyone that you can pick up the Blog Hop freebie on Saturday and Sunday of the hop, only...then it will be available for sale in the store and don't forget about our PPPR Christmas Challenge.  The projects can be anything that is Christmas themed and features Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons files. 

Now, you are off to Nicoles blog..


Here's the lineup just incase you have trouble on the way :)

26 comments:

  1. Super cute and clever idea!! Great way to display Christmas Cards!
    TinaB

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  2. WOW, just wow.
    Thanks for the hop.
    **U**
    Nance
    {nworleyatcoxdotcom}

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  3. I just love this....I have pinned it for later! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. This is adorable. I have gingerbread people in my kitchen.

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  5. love the colors you have used with the gingerbread man.

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  6. What a darling project! I love the festive papers and the little gingerbreads are adorable! Super cute idea for holding your Christmas cards:)
    Sherrie K

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  7. This is super cute-- love those stars--what a great way to showcase all those great Christmas cards!

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  8. This is so pretty and fun! What a great idea! Thank you for creating such a gorgeous project for our hop today, Nanne!

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  9. So very cute! I love the gingerbread and the 3D stars are wonderful! TFS!

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  10. Super creative project!

    Mandy
    mjbaker @ earthlink . net

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  11. EEK, how cute is this and what an AWESOME idea. I absolutely LOVE it! Hugs- Glora
    me(at)glorajean(dot)com

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  12. Hi buddy!
    This is a wonderful project! So smart to make something useful…even if you can only use it for one season (hehe)! Cover the year and regift it next year? LOL! Anyways, great project..love the floating stars and the berry branch.

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  13. Aww!! It is always a treat to visit your blog!! Love your project!! So clever!!-Emily K.

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  14. What a wonderful Christmas card holder idea and it looks amazing!

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  15. I love your christmas card holder Nanne. What a fabulous idea.

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  16. What a genius idea!!! I put all mine in a Christmas basket but they usually get picked up by a 2-year old and lost...lol

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