Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Kayla's genius:

My friend and co-teacher for the Christmas Class, Kayla Aimee, made this project as a freebie for you! She writes:

"I am absolutely covered in glitter. I've been making these Christmas trees out of old paperback books and I put together a tutorial to share with you! Check it out here if you are interested, they are cute, inexpensive and environmentally friendly! I really hope you like them. These vintage book pages are really showing up in my holiday decor this year: wreaths, trees, ornaments... it's very indicative of my scrapbooking style and I'm a crazy reader so it fits me well. Plus, if I decorated the house in Jeff's hobbies, I'd have to use tennis rackets and video games and I just can't make those into cute decor."

Isn't this cute? And it's just a taste of what you can expect from our Christmas class with a zillion projects!

A bit of good news today: Phil 2:13 [Not in your own strength] for it is God Who is all the while effectually at work in you [energizing and creating in you the power and desire], both to will and to work for His good pleasure and satisfaction and delight.

Watch out for a special post/event on my blog tomorrow!
Much love


Sandra said...

It's just a great project! I love the trees.
I've got a questio to your workshops. How is it, when I write myself in. Can I download the project instructions, or do I have to watch them over internet? I'm not sure how much time I can invest every day until the end of the year...

Kristi (aka T!) said...

I love these trees...I am signed up for the class and am very excited about it. Even if I don't get to them all each day..I don't care..even if I get to 10 of them, Im better off than last year. So here we go!!
ps..I'll bet if you were challenged you could make awesome decor out of tennis rackets and video!!

Wilna said...

Sandra... one (or maybe 2) lessons will be posted everyday and you can print the lessons. Also, the class will remain open for the whole of December.
More questions?


Tiffany said...

I love this.. so making it this weekend! I am so excited for this workshop!!!!

Sandra said...

Thanks Wilna for answering my question. Everything is know fine. :-)

Mamaayanna said...

LOVE the trees!

Tanya said...

Love the trees! I remember making these out of magazines in school!

Peggy said...

love the trees!

Shelly Sazama said...

This reminds me of when I was a kid... we used to do this with TV guide! Guess I'm dating myself! ;-)
Shelly in Seattle