Wednesday 10 November 2010

Free Christmas Pyramage - 'Santa Hugs'

Here's my Christmas pyramage and backing papers.
There are free downloads at the end of this post.
I have only used three layers of the pyramage here: 2, 4 and 6.
You'll find they're all numbered on the sheet.
Each image allows up to six layers.

Before assembling the layers I inked lightly round the edges
using Distress Ink 'Chipped Sapphire'.
It's my new black!
I attached acetate over the back of the card aperture
then fixed the pyramage onto it.

The sentiments are from Inkadinkado clear stamps set,
'Cool Christmas'

Download Sheets
Click on the images to open them fully
before saving.
These are large images to ensure a good print quality.

'Santa Hugs' Pyramage sheet

Christmas Backing Papers

Thanks for popping by


  1. OMGoodnes!!! This image are so sweet, and papers are gorgeous. Thank you so much. Hugs. Nataliya.

  2. What a beautiful image and wonderful papers!

  3. Hi Elaine
    I just found you on here, havn't seen this blog before but after looking around all the marvellous projects here, I'll definately be back. Some wonderful inspiration.
    x Michelle

  4. Thank You Elaine for the most gorgeous Christmas 3d and backing sheets. A friend told me about your blog.

    Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Wonderful New Year.


  5. First timer to visit your site and OMG it's wonderful. I will be back when time permits.
    Took a bit looking around and just adore your paper and flower wreath. It's beautiful.
    Thank you for the cute Santa sheet.
    Merry Christmas

  6. Elaine Thanks for the free sheets they are fab

    Lynnette xxxx

  7. Wanted you to know I posted a link to this tutorial and downloads.

    Nancy Ward

  8. Thank you these are gorgeous :) Sandra H

  9. hi i have dowloaded your xmas pyramage which is lovely the onley prblem is with the paper it is green when you download it but it prints out in purple can you tell me why this is happening

    1. Hi

      I think your colour ink cartridge is running low. When the colour cartridge is running low 'print outs' quite often come out purple.



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