Creative Christmas Blog Hop

creative christmas bundleWelcome to the Creative Christmas Blog Hop! We hope you’ll enjoy a day of festive fun and inspiration as the Scrapbook Bundles designers showcase the products available in the Creative Christmas 2015 Bundle. Click through all the blogs before 11:59 EST and be sure to leave a comment on each and every one, because at the end of the hop ONE lucky “hopper” will win a complete bundle before you can even buy it! So grab a drink, flex your mouse-clickers, and relax. We’re going to bring you your most creative Christmas yet! You can see the full list of the hop at the end of the post!

Now that Thanksgiving is here and we only have 3 more weeks till Christmas let’s talk about how we can DIY our Christmas! I used the beautiful cut files from Ashley that are in this amazing bundle and created my own pocket cards for my December Daily album this year. As soon as I saw these cut files I thought that they would be perfect for some gellli printing.

I had a lot of fun creating my gelli prints and adding them to my pockets for my December daily album. I have to say thank goodness for my Close To My Heart bonding memories glue though because the glue that I had in my fineline bottle did not want to come out!

Any who I have a made a festive little video of my process of how I created my pocket cards. Enjoy the video and be sure to let me know if you are creating a December Daily this year in the comments so that you can be entered to win your very own Creative Christmas Bundle.

Scrapbook Bundles
Lisa Harris at My Kreative Pursuits
Melissa Shanhun at Digital Scrapbooking HQ
Karen Fitting at Photos Kept Alive
Margareta Carlsson at My Dream December
Alice Boll at Scrapbook Wonderland
Beth Soler at Scrapping Wonders (you are here)
Carole (Cassel) at Scrapbook Campus
Alison Day at Day Designs
Connie Hanks at Clicky Chick Creates
Cara Vincens at The Hooting Pirate
Melissa Ohlson at Paper Pink Peppermints
Jen Gallacher at Jen Gallacher


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  1. Carolina

    I liked how you incorporated the gelli technique.

    1. Beth

      Thank you Carolina, I was really pleased with how the cards turned out.

  2. Bethany DeWitt

    That’s so cool, thanks for sharing.

    1. Beth

      Glad you enjoyed the video Bethany!

  3. Alisha

    Thanks for the great video tutorial! Being able to see you actually create the cards makes it so much easier for me to create my own!

    1. Beth

      I am so glad that my video helped you Alisha, I hope that you give it a try.

  4. Angie

    I’m new to scrapbooking. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Beth

      I hope you are enjoying it, Angie.

  5. Nancy

    What a fun video! Your pocket cards are fabulous!
    I hope to be doing a December Daily of some kind!
    Thanks very much!

  6. Darcy

    I liked the color and theme, all this is new to me

  7. Raesha de Ruiter Zylker

    Yep – I’m doing December Daily this year – I think it will be my 5th or 6th year and I look forward to it every year! I actually just pulled the album I’m going to use out and going to get my cards and inserts all set up during the long Thanksgiving weekend.

    1. Beth

      I will be doing the exact same thing Raesha, I can’t wait to get all my foundation pages set up.

  8. Jerrilee Robinson

    Thanks for sharing!! Not a scrapbooker, but I do play around in my Happy Planner and do Bible Journaling. I have wanted to try my hand at the gelli printing, may just have to jump in and do it.

  9. KarYn Allen

    This bundle looks great! Thanks for the opportunity.

  10. Lisa

    This looks like so much fun! I can’t wait to try it!

  11. Libby Wiers

    Thanks for sharing your process. No December Daily for me this year, but I will be scrapping the holiday.

    1. Beth

      I look forward to seeing your holiday layouts Libby.

  12. Sharlene Piscitelli

    Thank you for sharing this great video!

    1. Beth

      Your welcome Sharlene.

  13. Jenny McGee

    Those cards look so fun and festive. Nice work. Thanks,

  14. LeeAnn

    Thank you for the video. I didn’t know what gellie printing was. I like it and am thinking about giving it a try!

    1. Beth

      Hi LeeAnn, this was my first year trying gelli printing and I love it!

    2. Beth

      You should definitely give it a try LeeAnn it really is a lot of fun.

  15. Linda Hitt

    Thanks for the nice video!

  16. Jessal

    Thank you for sharing your gelli work!

    1. Beth

      Thank you for watching Jessal

  17. Ruth Reaves

    Love this idea, don’t always know how to use my gelli plate? Thanks!

    1. Beth

      I hope you give it a try Ruth!

  18. Valerie

    Thank you for this video! I think it’s fun to make that.

    1. Beth

      It is a lot of fun Valerie

  19. Michelle/ShelA

    Thank you for sharing – I am mostly digital, but I enjoy seeing new ideas if I ever go back to paper!

    1. Beth

      Thanks for watching Michelle.

  20. Annette

    Thanks for the video. I have never used the gelli technique. It is a very interesting concept.

    1. Beth

      I really have enjoyed learning how to use my gelli plate this year Annette.

  21. Kathy Thisted

    Looks like a fun technique. I will have to try it. thanks

    1. Beth

      I hope you give it a try Kathy, there’s nothing better than getting inky!

  22. amelia

    thanks for the inspiration!

    1. Beth

      Glad it inspired you Amelia!

  23. Heather

    Ooh that looks like fun!! Love the prints

    1. Beth

      Thank you Heather I love when I get a chance to use my gelli plate!

  24. Oat

    Looks like fun. This could have endless uses. Thank you

    1. Beth

      Hi Oat there really are endless uses for gelli prints!

  25. Tina C

    Wow that was cool 🙂 I’m doing a Dec Daily also 🙂 I’ve not worked with that product that you showed here but it looks like fun 🙂

    1. Beth

      Hi Tina have you been prepping your foundation pages for your December Daily?

  26. Melissa

    Wow! These turned out so beautiful! 😀

  27. joAnn

    pretty nifty, I had never thought of making this before and it comes out beautifully

    1. Beth

      Thank you so much Joann

  28. Kathy Martin

    WOW! These are really pretty.

  29. Susan Best

    Very pretty-I have never tried using the technique in the video, it makes for a very pretty page!

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