Crew Member and mixed media artist Marie Johansson of Create without Limits, has gathered her favorite CCB products to create this wonderful black and ivory Christmas paper collection. Marie's modern style is a wonderful departure from tradition and yet she maintains a classic look. The natural tones allow you to create amazing black and ivory projects or add a touch of gold, silver, red, green or even a nontraditional holiday color to make it your own. Marie blends holiday and everyday prints to create this wonderful collection. The printed 12x12 papers are printed one sided, making them ideal for transforming into background pages, cards, tags and more.
Have you ever thought of creating your holiday layouts in all black and white or in this case black, white and grey? We have fallen in love with this layout Marie created with her favorite things. We generally think red and green when we think Christmas, but this new color way is just fantastic.
How do you decorate for the holidays? Anyone decorate in black and white, how about tags that fit right in and look amazing under the tree. How fun to decorate and wrap your gifts to match. Marie created these with the items from her kit, a great place to start and you can add your won embellishments to make it your own.
We are so excited to team up with Marie to offer you her favorite holiday goodies and for this holiday season only, you can get this $40+ value kit for just $24.99.
- 7 Canvas Corp Printed Cardstock Papers 12"x12" - Grey & Ivory Mini Dot, Farmhouse Christmas Stripe, Farmhouse Christmas Tags, Calendar Months, Black & Ivory Chicken Wire, Sketched Trees and Sketched Snowflakes.
- 2 7gypsies Architextures Findings - coins and garden stakes
- 1 Tattered Angels Mini Origins 6"x6" - Nostalgic Christmas
- 2 Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists - Abominable Snowman & Pearl
- 1 Tattered Angels High Impact Pack - Silver Metallic
- 10 Reindeer Tags
- 1 7gypsies domed studs
"I am a Mixed Media Artist that absolutely adores getting my hands into paints, mists and all kind of different textures. To me the process of creating is more important than the finished projects - creating and exploring products and transforming odd objects is a form of self-expression to me. I love when I have a creative task that is out of my comfort zone and the process of winning over the fears it brings - just letting go and see where art leads me is really satisfying."