A very cold day here in Ontario - 19F. I bundled up well and went outside long enough to feed the birds and that was enough for me. I see a few snow flurries coming down too. Speaking of snow, I thought I'd share a scrapbook page I completed. My daughter's family enjoyed a huge snowfall a couple of years ago and I've never posted the layout I did of it.
Here are the individual pages.
The paper is from my stash and so is the peel-and-stick sayings. The title started out as cream chipboard letters with a design on them so I just painted them white, added some blue for contrast and then added white glitter. Snowflakes on this page were die cut using a Spellbinder die. The second picture in is behind a frame that was run thru the Cuttlebug with the Stampin' Up snowflake embossing folder, then a oval opening was die cut with a Spellbinder die and I put the picture behind it. The area around the picture was distracting so it was better off in a small opening.
On this page I used the Provocraft snowflake embossing folder and a Spellbinder circle die to cut out the space for the picture. The snowflake here is a Quickutz die. The silver snowman and other silver bits are Dazzles from Paper Wishes.
Here are the two pages together.
I've been on a scrapbooking binge lately so I'm getting lots of layouts done.