Merry Christmas all! I'm sharing today a project I made last Christmas for the director of a show called Traditions of Christmas, which takes place in San Diego. I did this show with my daughter, and it was such a nice way to spend time with her and with the amazing members of the cast. The pattern for the project comes from SVG Cuts in their December Gifts SVG Kit, a great kit that would be worth owning! There are lots of other goodies in the kit that are darling as well.
The top portion is a "cap" that holds all of the sides together.
After taking the cap off, you peel the layers, revealing a photo album! It's really enchanting and so fun to make. It takes a lot of paper and is not a quicky project, but is a wonderful keepsake.
After opening the second layer a little box is revealed. We chose to fill it with one of the director's favorite candies. A little snowman sits on top of the box, which opens and is hinged.
Here's a little closer look, where you can see the director, Kim, in the gold dress, and her little girl, Izzy, in the red dress (Izzy played a baby doll in the show). Izzy really loved opening it and playing with all of the flaps and then trying to close it all up. I altered the little Santa's list to include both of her children's names.
Here's a close-up of the little box on the inside. I added around 30 photos to this one, but you can add or subtract to that as you wish. Thanks, SVG Cuts, for such an incredible pattern, and for the great instructions for making it. It looks so complicated, and is really easy to put together. Enjoy!
We Need a Little Christmas, Right This Very Moment!