10.08.2018

Little Elf Agenda & Scripty Xmas with Keeway

Hi friends! It's Keeway and today I have a fun, festive project to share with you that combines several holiday little agenda sets that you may have collected thus far! Whenever I play with these little agenda sets, I stamp, color and die cut them all before I even have an idea of what I plan to do with them. I just have way too much fun color these cute little guys! Today's inspiration throws a whole lot of them into a jolly card packed full of cuteness. 

 
If you don't already have a bunch of little agenda guys colored already, do that right now! I stamped a handful of them from various little agenda sets, including Little Elf Agenda, Little Reindeer Agenda, and Little Santa Agenda. I actually had some Little Snowman Agenda done as well, but I end up deciding to keep them for another project. I kept a traditional holiday color scheme going with bright red and greens! They were all die cut with the coordinating dies

 
On a piece of bristol paper, I continued the color scheme to create an ink blended border. Half of it was blended in Mowed Lawn, and the other half was blended with Abandoned Coral. Then, I used the Cloud Nine CC to die cut the A2 sized wonky stitched rectangle. I gave it a light splatter of water and white paint. 

 
I die cut several snowflakes using the Snow Flurries CC out of white card stock. I used these snowflakes as little backdrops for each of my little agendas. With a large sentiment in the center of the card, I played around with the arrangements of the snowflakes and little agendas to fill around it. I stamped down a sentiment in the center from Scripty Xmas in a dark brown hybrid ink. 

 
I then started adding each of the snowflakes to the card until it filled up the background around the sentiment. For the snowflakes adjacent to the sentiment, I finally added a little agenda character over it with foam tape. And that finishes up the card! 

 
I love how well all these little agenda coordinate with each other. And with so many options available, there are endless possibilities! Thanks for joining me today!

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