Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Webster's Pages: Celebrate Christmas Altered Project

Hello, friends! Today I have an easy altered project to share using the new "It's Christmas" collection by Allison Kreft for Webster's Pages. I bought a cheap cookie sheet for a dollar or two, spray painted it and then adhered a chunky glitter to the top and bottom of the tray. Then I drilled holes in the sides and strung twine through.

I punched star burst circles and put them through my sewing machine to create a garland and adhered the ends to the tray. After that was the fun part to decorate! I added tags, transparencies and photos and dressed everything up with stickers, ribbon, new paperclips and mini clothespins. 

The clips were a fun way to decorate! 

I'm loving the new transparency pieces. Here I used the star frame, added a photo, sticker, punched star and chipboard and twine. The photo was clipped on with a reindeer paperclip!

I really enjoyed putting this easy project together! 

We finally got to go out for dinner to celebrate our 10th anniversary last night. Our anniversary was two months ago but due to illness and other commitments we had not yet had the chance to celebrate. We enjoyed a really wonderful dinner and conversation - it was a great date! 

Hope you all have a great day! :)


  1. This is amazing! Thinking I have some old cookie sheets to try this on! Thanks for the great idea!

  2. I absolutely love this! Such a great idea. I will definitely be giving this a try too! Question about the glitter though, what did you use to adhere it so that it wouldn't flake off? I have such a hard time with glitter, so I rarely use it, even though I love it! :)

  3. This is the cutest project ever! Love it. :o)


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