Gingerbread Houses

Finally Scrap It Friday!!

How did everyone’s first week of the year go as far as resolutions go? Me? It took me a couple days to break old habits but I think I’ve finally got it down. Hopefully the weekend won’t mess everything up since I think it’s always harder on the weekend. Anyways, I thought since it’s only the first week of January I would do one more Christmassy double page kit. My guess is there’s a lot of y’all out there who made Gingerbread Houses over the holidays, so I thought this would be perfect or of course you can use it for any other pictures you may have. Let’s get started…

Gingerbread Houses

Things Used:

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  • Mosaic Moments Page Kit
  • Tombow Adhesive

Who doesn’t like gingerbread houses? I thought about making one this year but then again I haven’t made one since I was in the 6th or 7th grade. My sister on the other hand, made a couple. I also had a friend who works at a library and made an awesome layout of the Harry Potter Castles out of Gingerbread or as she named it “Gingerbread Hogwarts.”

Step #1:

Gingerbread Houses -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info.. Gingerbread Houses -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info.. As usual, I placed the smaller pieces on first. For this layout, as you can see, there aren’t any 1 by 1 pieces.

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Gingerbread Houses -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info.. Gingerbread Houses -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info.. Next, I added the medium size pieces. I also added the pieces that called for a backing to them.

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Gingerbread Houses -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info.. Gingerbread Houses -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info.. Finally, I added the pieces where the pictures will most likely go. Of course I may use at least one of them for journaling since I have managed to get better at adding journaling to my layouts. For the photo backing on the left side of the layout, there is a long strip that goes between the light green and scalloped white pieces. It basically lines up with the top edge of the light green cardstock and goes all the way down to the bottom.

And there you go, a quick page that could be easily finished at wherever you scrapbook. Need pictures printed but don’t have time or access to the right printer? Visit Snapfish for all your picture needs. You can even use their website for storing all your photos and sorting them in albums so you know what is what. Also, don’t forget to go through eBates for a 10% cash back for Snapfish and other various stores.

Have any questions about today’s “Snap ‘N Crop”/”Mosaic Moments” double page kit? Please feel free to comment below and I’ll respond back as soon as possible! Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!

Crafty JBird

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