Today is my turn to post a holiday project for Practical Scrappers. This is such a simple project but it's one of my favorite holiday decorations and a great way to use up leftover holiday papers and embellishments.
First, choose the size you want to create. I used a clear acrylic frame that is 11 x15 but you could use any frame size. Cut your pp scraps into various sizes of rectangels and squares and lay them down on your base until you have a pattern that you like. Now you can start adding embellishments. I added a Christmas bingo card, some rubons, stickers, a tag, and a few felt flower and buttons. Just keep in mind that any dimensional embellishments have to be thin enough to fit inside the frame. As an alternative, you can add some dimensional elements to the outside of the frame, like I did with the bow, large felt flower and jingle bells at the top corner. My collage is large enough to hang on the wall, but it would also be fun to create some smaller collages and make a grouping for the mantel or tabletop.