Monday, December 28, 2009

Get Your Stamps for Days 1, 2, and 3 Here

Missing Stamps Found!

I'm happy to report that the missing stamps for the 12 Days of Christmas have been located and fixed - and here are the links that you will need for the first three:

First Day of Christmas Stamp

Second Day of Christmas Stamp

Third Day of Christmas Stamp

Fourth Day of Christmas Stamp

I'll leave these links up until Jan 5th so everyone has a chance to nab them. You can pick up the daily stamps by looking for the same image above in the shop at and clicking on it.

Thank you SO MUCH for letting me know this wasn't working correctly! Don't forget, there's a coupon in the stamps for you to use anytime in January!

Friday, December 25, 2009

All the Days of Christmas

Before American commercialization got their hands on the Twelve Days of Christmas, it was a 12-day countdown from Christmas Day to Epiphany, or Three Kings Day. So the first day of Christmas, most remarkably, is Christmas Day!

At NutHouse-Scraps, we're going to honor those roots and have a huge 12 day sale with something different on sale each day - and something new each day for free, too.

I made a digital stamp for your Christmas pages for each of the days of Christmas - there will be one you can get for free each day! You can collect them all for free, as pictured above.

All The Days of Christmas stamps will mix and match with the Christmas Past Mega Collection and Christmas Past Glitter Me This digi-glitter.

The first free stamp will be Dec 25th! Don't miss it! Look for the same image of the 12 Days of Christmas in the shop at, which is pictured above, and click on it for your daily free stamp from the 12 Days of Christmas collection!

Did I already mention ... there might be a nice coupon in the stamps? Thanks to our shop owner for that!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Page from Christmas Past

I want to share with you a terrific Christmas Traditions page which Renee Schlough made with my Christmas Past kit.

Look how she layered the pages on top of each other, and used the extra 'detail' shots from the 'during construction' steps to support the finished gingerbread house and proud smile photo. The photos of hands at work in those small details shots are part of the charm of this simple, endearing, and wonderful page of Christmas Traditions.

Thanks, Renee!

Christmas Past

I've been so busy with Christmas and a new project for a give-a-way (it starts tomorrow, come back then!) that I forgot to post about my Christmas Past Kit.

I had so much fun making this kit - from the glorious damask papers to the glittery candy cane frame, it will make your festive memories from this year or last century a snap for your scrapbook treasure!

Merry Christmas to you and yours! Our Christmas with the family starts with the Christmas Eve program that our grandson is in this evening and goes through Saturday evening where it culminates with a celebration with our extended family.