Monday, 9 December 2013

Christmas Configurations

Morning all. 
Today I have a Christmas Configurations box to share with you. 
Over at Crafty Boots Challenges the theme this fortnight is Christmas and so I share with you my configurations book.

I started this configurations book during a workshop at Art From The Heart, taught by the amazing Queen of Distress/Tim Holtz, Kaz Hall. We had a fabaroonie day and here is my make.

The dice are from a Christmas cracker that we had on the day.

I found this snowflake in my stash.

The hanging gems are from a bracelet that broke and for some reason I kept the gems. I thought they looked like snow. 

Lots and lots of Ideology used in this project as well as Tim's paper pad and tissue tape. All products are available from Art From The Heart. I did add a few bits of my own though.

Here are some pictures from the class. 

I gave Kaz her birthday pressie and some how got a fit of giggles!!!! No idea where they came from but they were proper school girl giggles. 

Here is Kaz pressie, she collects vintage bibles/prayer books and this was my first vintage find, so think no one more deserving than this lady. 

Thank you all for looking and for you continued support, it truly means a lot to me. 
Merry Christmas. 


  1. I love this, it is gorgeous. All the elements are amazing and the whole project is stunning.

    Merry Christmas.

    Dionne xx

  2. What a fab project! I saw that Kaz was teaching this and immediately thought of you so I'm thrilled you were there!

  3. Oh I love it! How fab, and such a great gift for Kaz too. Take care Zo xx

  4. Its absolutely amazing Sandra, and the bible you found for Kaz is awesome!, well done you. Errm aren't you always getting the giggles? lol
    Hope we catch up soon. Michelle x

  5. Was such a great day and your configurations book is gorgeous,!!! Thank you so much for my lovely pressie too it is just fabulous xxx mwah xxx

    Kaz xx

  6. Fabulous project - I soooo wanted to go to this class, but wasn't able and now I've seen what you've done I'm even more gutted to have missed it. Next time! *sigh*