Monday, December 13, 2010

my crafty christmas countdown: day 12 (another give away!)


Alrighty then. I thought I'd share some amazing wreath ideas next. I've seen a ton of projects around using paper cones. Here's a Christmas cone wreath using the Wintertime line from Echo Park Paper Co created by Cassie Box. I found this on their Facebook fan page HERE.  So cute!


I couldn't let this countdown go by without doing one more give away!  I had the pleasure of contributing a layout to the latest ebook from Ella Publishing Co. called Double-Page Design: Creating two-page layouts that really shine. (You can see a little sneak of my layout about Faith on the cover.)  Click on the image below to learn more about the book.

Double-Page Design: Creating two-page layouts that really shine by Write.Click.Scrapbook.

I have one extra copy to give away. Leave me a comment before midnight (EST) on Thursday telling me whether you create more single or double page layouts--or both! I'll pick a winner and post that winner Friday morning. Good luck!

ETA: comments for this post are closed.  A winner has been announced.  CLICK HERE to see the announcement.  Thank you for entering!


10 comments:

ruth said...

I'm about half and half. I always say I do more two page spreads.........but lately I"m finding myself doing singles.

Briana said...

I am mostly a one-page gal but I do find myself making some more two page spreads lately. Tryin' to branch out and take more photos which means more paper!

Mandy said...

I used to do a lot of two page layouts, but lately I've been doing just one - Just cause it's quicker I think ;)

brenda said...

I mostly do 2 page layouts but if I only have a couple of pictures then I'll do a 1 page layout.

Melissa said...

I seem to find it easier to create more 1-page layouts lately.

Melinda AKA medialady said...

I use to always do two page layouts but lately I have completed a lot of single pages.

Amy K said...

This wreath is beautiful Aly!

I would say that 50% of my layouts are single & 50% are double pages. It just really depends on the subject/story.

michelestamps2 said...

When I thought every photo needed to be scrapped I usually did 2-pagers. Now that I only scrap those photos that really "touch" me I am more apt to do singles.

Lynne said...

Oh, I really want that book! I love to do double pages!

CindeeQ said...

I very rarely make a two page layout but I love them. I need all the help I can get!