|get Be Merry Paper here|
I made these borders using the Be Merry products:
The wreath border can be made by using the scallop punch to make five scallops with Be Merry paper. Next, punch a circle using the circle maker. Center to the circle atop the scallop and attach with tape runner. Use a small heart punch to make two hearts out of the same paper. Put the tip ends of the hearts together to make a bow. Attach the wreaths to a border strip.
To make the Christmas bulb border and the gift box border, visit the instructions in the Go Nordic post here.
For directions on the Squared off scraps border, visit the Nordic post here.
To create the mini envelop border, cut 6 small rectangles 2" X 2.5" Fold the rectangle and cut cut the front folded part into a point. Use a sticker embellishment to seal the envelope. Attach the sealed envelopes to a border strip.
Make the ribbon border the same way it's described in the Go Nordic post. Once the ribbons are attached and shortened to stair step lengths, use scissors to cut away part of the bottom of the ribbon in an upside down V shape.
Make the tree border the same way it's described in the Go Nordic post. However, punch an embellishment (I used the starburst maker) to add a tree topper.
Next up - Be Merry and Nordic puzzle cards (puzzle cards can be made using ANY paper) - consider a new paper pack starting in January!!!
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Be Merry, Traditional Style
Not a Nordic Christmas fan? Well, don't despair... BE MERRY! Make sure to pick up some GO MERRY products if you didn't get them already. Here is some traditional inspiration using the Be Merry products: