Thursday, November 4, 2010

Designer Day 4 ~ "Oh Christmas Tree" Layout by Jessy Christopher

In Malaysia, we do not have four seasons. It is sunny all year long + rainy season every now and then or more towards the year end. I wish to experience snow one day and know how it feels to have white Christmas :)

I do not have many Christmas photos taken behind a Christmas tree or with any Christmas deco for the past 2 years since we have our active fur-kids. LOL! Trust me, they brought down the whole tree a couple of times!! I was digging thru my digital photos and found Christmas photos of my Papa Chris and my nephew, Contanstine that I have not scrapped! Phew! So here's another result using the Snow Shoe November kit...

In this kit, it has Echo Park products and they are so easy to use on layouts. The papers and the stickers are just so stunning!! To a point I didn't wanna use them. LOL :)

I wanted to do something special to the tree and I decided to do an origami Christmas tree. I used the Prima papers for the tree. The folds are so simple that you can use them on cards, layouts or even on your altered Christmas projects.

These folds are so simple that I decided to create a card too.
If you wanna know how to fold them, hop over to my blog and I will show you how :)

Before you hop over to my blog, be sure to get the Snow Shoe Nov kit today!!
You gonna so love it :)
Xoxo Jessy

Kirsty's note -
Lovely LO Jessy! Another beautiful christmas from our November Kit!!!

Tomorrow is the release day of Pixie's November Kit, but if you would like to reserved one now, just send an email to

This might be your last chance to play along with Pixie's first challenge, click HERE for details.


  1. Fabbie work Jessy.. I will have to give this gorgeous tree a try :D

  2. Love these origami trees! They are darling!

  3. omg JESSY!!!!!!!! ok, i think i am going to have to buy another EP sticker sheet so i can COPY THIS pretty much exactly, b/c i love it that much!!! and yes, i am hopping to your blog RIGHT NOW to learn how to make the origami trees, they ae SPECTACULAR! (i am not sure they are as EASY as you say...but i will give it a go!!!) :)