Hello everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Today, I've created a unique mini album that's also an ornament! It's titled "Elf" and it's based on the 2003 Christmas comedy film starring Will Ferrell. I designed this with a Paper House Collection and I think it's a perfect keepsake (or gift idea!) for any fan of the movie, the actor, or ... of Christmas!
This accordion style album measures 3.75" x 4.75" and features Buddy the Elf in his iconic green and yellow elf suit. It has two clear acrylic covers (with a hanger in the back) and ties together with a white ribbon.
The inside has more of your favorite Christmas elf, doing everything he can to spread Christmas cheer for all to hear. It includes fun stickers, gold metallic paper, great quotes, and cards with illustrations from the movie.
There are 10 pages that include 9 flippies and 1 pocket. You can see in the picture above, that the pocket is tucked underneath a fun flippie. I've added a bunch of cute cards that can be used as mats for small photos or for journaling. And check out the Mr. Narwhal card on the right. It folds out to display ...
... this fun page! "The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!" Lol!!
With the hanger designed into the back acrylic cover, you can fill this mini with photos and hang it on a tree, a wreath, or an ornament stand. You can also set it out on a shelf as a fun addition to your holiday decor.
"Santa is coming!" ... soooo, time to check some people off your list! This would make a really fun present for an Elf fan, a cute stocking stuffer, or a secret Santa gift. So unique!
Anyone who's familiar with the movie, whether they're scrapbookers or not, will have fun putting this together. The kit is simple, has step-by-step instructions, and makes a great activity for all ages, teens to adults!
If you haven't seen this movie, you should! It's a lighthearted, funny Christmas film that tells the tale of a young orphan child who accidentally crawls into Santa's gift bag on Christmas Eve. He's taken back to the North Pole and raised as an elf. Years later Buddy learns he's not really an elf and goes on a journey to New York City to find his true identity.