Thursday, November 20, 2014

December Daily with Xryon and Spellbinders Product Partner Holiday Blog Hop!!!

Welcome to Product Partner Holiday Blog Hop...I am sharing a December Daily I made for Xyron and Spellbinders partnership. Can you believe that December 1st is just a few days away....so it is time to think of all our holiday planning, so with out further ado here is my December Daily Album 2014....
I love the Painted Lady Die Set from Spellbinders it is such an intricate Victorian House and just has so much detail I had to use it for the cover of my December Daily.
I began by cutting three of the Painted Lady houses out using Simple Stories Paper and my Cut N' Boss from Craftwell.
 I ran two through the Xyron Create a Sticker Maker...using one on the cover and saving the other to use on a page in my December Daily Album.
Begin by covering your album with papers and journal pieces from Simple Stories using your Teresa Collins Mega Runner from Xyron.
Add your Painted Lady house that you have previously ran through the Xyron Create a Sticker Maker to the cover, using Xyron Adhesive Eraser to remove any of the extra adhesive from the house...make sure to be careful when doing this.
Run some of the ribbon through your Xyron Sticker Maker to add to the cover of your album....
Place a fabulous flower that you create using Xyron Adhesive Dots...(will be sharing in a future post)
Add a fun curly que ribbon to the side of your flower with a Xyron Adhesive Dots.
Here is a closer look at the side of the flower when the ribbon has been added.
Remember I shared that I cut 3 Painted Lady houses, well with the third I cut the scallop parts off the house and ran them through the Xyron Sticker Maker...
Adding them to the top of my Painted Lady house to give it more dimension. 
Add a few Petaloo Flowers to the top of the December Daily using Xyron Adhesive Dots....
Place a fun tag, greens, journal piece, gemstones, enamel piece and numbers to the top of your December Daily.
For the last touch I added the light post that comes with Spellbinders Painted Lady Die Set with pop dots, adding a bow and few tiny floral pieces. 
I hope you have enjoyed the making of my December Daily Album and be sure to check the rest of today and this weeks inspiration that Xyron is partner with....
So check out all the details on Xyron Blog and Spellbinders. You will find fabulous inspiration and great giveaways.
DON'T FORGET.....
 Xyron is sharing #30DAYSOFHOLIDAYS! You need to check out the XYRON FACEBOOK PAGE for great projects and shares from the whole team!! Make sure you check out the XYRON website too!
  Hugs Pammejo
Supplies:
Simple Stories Merry Christmas and Handmade Holiday 
Petaloo Flowers
Random Twine, Bow, Gemstones, Tag, Numbers
Spellbinders has some fun things to give away!  For official rules, please visit the Spellbinders Blog.  When you’re ready to complete the entry form, click here.
Happy Crafting!!!

114 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card love your Victorian House the elements are Awesome. love the layering. thanks for sharing

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  2. It´s a really awesome project, you´ve made here, very very beautiful and well made.
    But I couldn´t find the link for the contest, that we were told was here??? Did you forget that one maybe?

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  3. That is so detailed , WOW, Love all the pictures. Very awesome project.

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  4. WoW! I love this die and using the Xyron makes attaching the parts a breeze. Yhis is a gorgeous card.

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  5. DELIGHTFUL album cover Pam!!!
    LOVE your DELICATELY DETAILED houses, LOVE your CUTE curly ribbon, LOVE your layered poinsettia too - SO MUCH TO LOVE!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!
    PS - I must have been crafting with my eyes closed to NOT know about the Xyron Adhesive Eraser - I was carefully picking out the sticky bits from a finely detailed design yesterday, thinking that there must be a better way and NOW I have found it - THANK YOU for the heads-up, I will be searching for some as soon as I finish the hop :)

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  6. Hi Pam. What a gorgeous card, it is beautiful Take care.

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  7. Gorgeous project. I love the layering and Color.

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  8. Thank you for sharing your beautiful album. I love the depth of it. Every single thing came together perfectly.

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  9. Beautiful album full of gorgeous details...wow..love the Spellbinders house you have used, so delicate and beautiful!!

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  10. This card and the album are just lovely,.love this die.

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  11. I love what you have done with this die, I just purchased it and the layering is something I will try.

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  12. This is just gorgeously done!! I love the Victorian House die and hope to get it but it will have to stay on the wish list for now!! Thanks for sharing this

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  13. Oh My Word!!! That album is absolutely brilliant! LOVE that house die, I must be living under a rock (Plymouth Rock that is lol) I have never seen it before, how fantastic! Love your poinsettia as well, it's gorgeous. I keep forgetting I have a Creative Station on my shelf, must remember to take it down more often--I think you just made my Christmas crafting a lot easier!!!! Great inspiration thanks so much for sharing with this Cape Cod girl!

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  14. I'm still trying to find the link for the contest/giveaway that is supposed to be here!! Has it been forgotten???

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  15. Great project.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  16. Fabulous journal cover. Love that intricate die

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  17. Very pretty project. That house die is so elegant.

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  18. Wow! That die is fab-u-lous! Love the design, colors, and every little detail about this project. Beautiful!

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  19. I have most of these Xyron products and I love the way you shared you use them. Thank you!!! My mind is reeling now with ideas! LOVE your creation!

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  20. Love the flower and the bow and all the detailed instructions

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  21. Another reason to love the Painted Lady

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  22. Lovely album! The Xyron link isn't working, ad I don't see a link to the entry form either? Thanks!

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  23. Beautiful project!
    Missing link too :(

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  24. Where is the link to enter the Spellbinders contest?

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  25. gorgeous Dec. Daily Pam! Thanks for the pictorial!
    Have a wonderful day!

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  26. I love the house. It is so elegant.
    thanks for sharing a pretty card and the directions for making it.

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  27. Beautiful card! This inspired me to make a card for my brother and sister-in-law who just purchased a new home and will be moving in just before the holiday.

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  28. LUV this! Just beautiful! And I never think to run ribbon thru my xyron machine so thanks for that! :D

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  29. What a beautiful work of art. Thank you for sharing your tutorial.

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  30. Beautiful! That Victorian house is amazing!

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  31. This is just stunning! I so want that Victorian house now. Thanks for inspiring

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  32. WOW -- what an amazing project -- great dies and layered construction for an awesome result!!!

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  33. I agree that Painted Lady is an absolute MUST HAVE die! LOVE your beautiful cover. You have created a great foundation for your December Daily!! TFS!

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  34. Such a beautiful card! Love all the layers!

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  35. Love love love what you did with this die. The 3D effect made by simply adding a layer for the roof looks fantastic! This die is a keeper :-)

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  36. love this card and use my xyron a lot

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  37. Why have I never thought to run ribbon through my Xyron?! Now why did you do the curly ribbon through it? Does it help to maintain the curl better? Love this project!

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  38. Great project! Great work with ribbon!

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  39. I'd seen this die and was not really very impressed....until now! Your project is wonderful :)

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  40. Thank you for the awesome tutorial and project! Love that house die. I have been eyeing it, and you have now moved up higher up on my wish list :)

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  41. Love the house!! All the layers to the card are great!

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  42. Gorgeous project. Thanks for the tutorial.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  43. Gorgeous card....I have that die on order and am waiting its arrival!!!!
    Jan

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  44. Fantastic card! I really like all the layers.

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  45. Wow, love the Victorian house and the flower is beautiful! Great job!

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  46. Oh, what a beautiful card and with instructions. Thank you.

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  47. I love your project as it is sooo San Francisco where we will be spending the holidays! Might have to get that painted ladies die! Thx for the tutorial and for sharing your creativity!

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  48. I love that house die! This card is so gorgeous, thank you for sharing this.

    Thank you,
    Sar Tann

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  49. That house die is awesome and I LOVE the stunning card. It is so pretty with all the layers. Thank you for sharing the project and products with us.

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  50. Beautiful card with a beautiful die. Love the painted lady die and it really makes the card with all your added details, very pretty.

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  51. I love love love this card. This die set is really pretty but I was having a hard time coming up with ideas for Christmas cards with it. This is brilliant. Thanks for sharing it!

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  52. Creative, fun, lovely I had not seen this die

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  53. Your card is wonderful and I just love the painted lady die!

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  54. Beautiful project!! The paper colection is divine!

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  55. That house is so fun. Beautiful project. TFS

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  56. Stunning cover for your December Daily. Love the house die. It's amazing and now on my wish list. WOW! Great work. Had to pin that cover. Love it.

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  57. Great project. I love my sticker maker but I don't have the bigger size on you used.

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  58. I have never used the Xyron sticker machine. I now know how much I want one for Xmas.These are a great invention. I love your card and I loved your tutorial. Thanks for being so informative.

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  59. This is just delightful! Love the way you just added such gorgeous details like the curling ribbon! The Painted Lady die is the bomb!!!

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  60. Beautiful card! Love the Painted Lady die set.

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  61. STUNNING daily album, wonderful papers, die cuts, accents and who doesn't love their Xyron sticker makers?

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  62. Very cool album. Thanks for the detailed tutorial. Excellent.

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  63. What a beautiful project! That die is spectacular and I love how you added all that detail and glitz!

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  64. Such a neat card!!
    Mstgane
    Ann

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  65. What a gorgeous album! I so need to get a "sticker" maker. It would be so much easier than trying to use adhesive to adhere all those intricate pieces. Love the little bit of curly ribbon you added to the flower. The perfect finishing touch.

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  66. Nice cover!! I hope you will be sharing the "
    inside" as well!!

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  67. I love it! Well done, well done....right down to the cute little smores snowman....lol. I love mini albums...I can see making several...a memory book, an christmas card address album...etc...etc...etc. Again...well done...thanks for the inspiration!

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  68. Super! Super! Super! I love Xyron, but see some new-to-me products I need to try!

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  69. Haven't gotten into making albums, but after seeing this, I may have to re-think!

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  70. OH my wish list is getting longer. Somehow I missed seeing the painted lady die before and now it is a must have! YOu have shown it off wonderfully.

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  71. Very beautiful album. The painted lady is on my wish list.

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  72. Gorgeous project! I love the beautiful Painted Lady die set with all that delicate detail! Reminds me of the old Victorian my grandparents lived in when I was a kid! What a treat it was to get to explore that lovely house whenever we visited!

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  73. Awesome album cover! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  74. This is stunning! Love everything about it.

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  75. Beautiful project with many many details!

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  76. Beautiful! lovely layers and just enough bling

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  77. Gorgeous! I love the painted lady die.

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  78. So Beautiful. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  79. Like the look of the Victorian style.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  80. This is so pretty! I love the layering and embellishments.

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  81. Fabulous project; thanks for sharing

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  82. Oh my!! This is beautiful!! And I adore the die!
    You have done a "stunning" project - thank you for sharing!!

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  83. Beautiful card. I am loving your layers. The dies are wonderful.

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  84. Lovely cover on your
    album! Great die cut.
    Carla from Utah

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  85. Your album really is amazing. That Victorian house is more detailed than any similar cut I've seen anywhere!

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  86. Beautiful--I like the embellishments.

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  87. Wow- this project definitely calls for the Xyron- It would be so challenging to have to try to glue the painted lady without it.

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  88. I love your project! The Xyron X is my favorite adhesive tool. You can put so many things in it!

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  89. this is gorgeous. I love all of the intricacies in it,. tgs

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  90. It is beautiful!!! Love all the little details you added to this cover!

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  91. The daily album cover is so festive. Love it.

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  92. OMG!!!! I LOVE this December Daily album!!! It's amazing! I have a little blue Xyron sticker maker, but I never thought to run die cuts or ribbon through it - great idea!!!
    Thank you for this amazing tutorial!

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  93. what a wonderful project - have fun filling it with the holiday happenings love my xyron eraser

    Barb Housner

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  94. Absolutely beautiful! Love all the layers,colors,and your incredible attention to detail. I'd have to frame this one and put it up every Christmas!

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  95. OMG!! What a stunning Christmas Album!! I have not seen the Painted Lady die cut...it's beautiful!! All your added elements are awesome!

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  96. Beautiful album cover!!! love the dimension you gave to the house too!

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  97. awesome fabulous album cover thankyou for tutorial I love my xron too!

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  98. Beautiful album. I think I have to order 'the painted lady" die. It's gorgeous. Thanks

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  99. This is a beautiful card of Christmas Nostalgia! Makes me want a cup of cocoa and a cookie. Love this!

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  100. Gorgeous, I want the painted lady die and I think I need a Xyron too!

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  101. Great cover! Love all of you embellishing and that intricate house die! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  102. What a wonderful card. I just got a xyron and I need the painted lady die. tfs

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  104. I love Xyronxyron and have several sizes. The album is great and the Victorian die is awesome.

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  105. What a sweet and charming album! Something to be cherished and appreciated for many years to come.Thanks for the beautiful inspiration!! :)

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  106. Love your project! That Painted Lady die is awesome! I love Xyron! TFS!!

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  107. What a gorgeous cover for your daily journal!

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