Welcome to the DCWV & Hampton Art Holiday Blog Hop Day Two.

Welcome to the DCWV and Hampton Art Holiday Blog Hop Day Two.
DCWV & Hampton Art Blog Hop

If you didn’t see yesterday’s projects make sure you head to DCWV and Hampton Art.

I wouldn’t want you to miss out on anything!

You should have arrived here from the wonderful Nina Yang.

For this project we were given the following words all associated with Modern Scrapbooking: Trendy, Clean, Saturated, Bold, Geometric, Clever and Pop Art.

Hmmm…I describe my style as whatever I feel like at the time.

So, I grabbed the DCWV The Heirloom Christmas Stack and pulled out all of my favorite papers.

Some definitely were not what I would consider Modern, so those got set aside.

And that is one of my favorite things about a DCWV stack- the variety.

The paper with Santa carrying his bag full of Christmas cheer really called out to me and was made to be paired the Hampton Art Holiday Dreams & Wishes stamp set I was given.

And that is how my layout came to be.

My layout~

I just love this scene, so I didn’t want to cover it up.

I chose to keep my layout clean by offsetting my picture and journaling.

My picture and journal tag~

I used one of the trendy font blocks to make a pocket to hold everything including that year’s letter to Santa once I find it.

It seems I put it somewhere very, very safe.

I think the definition stamps play into the trendy, modern theme as well.

So, what do you think? Is it Modern? Does it fit into any of those words?

Your next stop is the very talented Emily Lanham.

And make sure you leave comments along the way to be entered to win some fabulous prizes from DCWV and Hampton Art!

DCWV is giving away a Christmas Prize Pack~

DCWV Blog Hop Prize

You have until Sunday December 16th to comment, so get hopping.

I used~
DCWV The Heirloom Christmas Stack
Hampton Art Holiday Dreams & Wishes Stamps
Cricut Alphabet for the stars cut at various sizes starting at 2″
Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher

In case you get lost~
Erin Madsen
Nina Yang
Sara Andrews ~You’re here.
Emily Lanham
Britt Bass
Thomisia Francois
Gretchen McElveen
Dayna Sabrina
Adora Concepcion
Karen Hanson
Kim Barrett

55 thoughts on “Welcome to the DCWV & Hampton Art Holiday Blog Hop Day Two.

  1. Your layout is wonderful! I love the way you added the stamps as little details on the background and that baby is so SO cute! How could a person not love this!? Thanks for participating in the hop! You’re awesome!

  2. Adorable layout Sara! I think it fits very nicely into the theme you were aiming at πŸ™‚ Love that sweet photo and the pocket idea!

  3. Unique and gorgeous offset layout, Love how you kept it simple to make use of the beautiful papers and then added your stamps to enhance the picture. Great job and thanks for sharing the fun.

  4. Cute photo and layout Sara – love how you have layered the papers so that it looks like it is framed by a huge candy cane!!! I agree that it would be a shame to cover up the pretty scene and think you have done a great job making the most of it πŸ™‚

  5. Sarah your layout is just awesome ! Love the layered stars that add just the right touch of dimension ! Sometimes I find it hard to use papers with a whole scene on them as I don’t want to cover it all up but yours turned out great !! And what a cutie…:-)

  6. Great use of the pre-printed paper, Sarah! Love how you got your photo on there without covering it , and your hidden journaling rocks! Thanks for the link, because it still wouldn’t come up for me without it!!

  7. Simplicity at it’s best! I am so glad to see this layout as I have several DCWV papers that I don’t want to use because I didn’t want to cover the scene, Thanks for the inspiration!

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