I know it's August, by many of us are scrapbooking winter and Christmas photos from years back. Today's inspiration page is a winter layout celebrating snow! I love how the Color Theory papers work with the crisp white to create a deliciously cool spread.
This is another page where the amazing color coordination of Stampin' Up just can't be beat. Everything matches perfectly, even the difficult ombre tones and even the Glitter Enamel Dots. I love not having to hunt to try to find matching shades. Blues can be so tricky together.
left page above, right page below
This is one of the spreads in the Week Three class kit my Scrapbooking Summer School participants are receiving. They are doing so well! It's hard to keep up, but they are determined to do it. The Color Theory Memories & More cards (designed for pocket-style scrapbooking but useful for any kind of project, really) are helping make quick and easy page themes, too.
Excited to make this spread for your little snowmen? Here's a complete supply list:
Thank so much for stopping by Song of My Heart Stampers today! Traditional scrapbooking is alive and well... and the immersion method of concentrating on it for one month out of the year is working for a lot of people who can't find a way to fit crafting into a weekly or monthly format.
Whatever gets those pictures off the memory card and into the albums, right? Best wishes on that rewarding, creative, never-quite-finished journey.
Just beautiful... love all the hues of blue. This one may be my fav.
Posted by: Gale Rice | 08/15/2017 at 08:46 PM
What a great page!
Posted by: Sharon Undt | 08/15/2017 at 09:18 PM
I very rarely get to scrap any snow pictures as it doesn't snow here very much. However, it did snow in January of this year, but I was in Florida! I do have some pictures of the grandkids and I can't wait to scrap these pages. I already have most of the supplies.
Posted by: Elisa | 08/16/2017 at 02:08 PM
Nice! I don't do many snow layouts, but this one is very pretty.
Posted by: Kim Purkiss | 08/16/2017 at 06:20 PM
Posted by: Bernice Hallack | 08/28/2017 at 01:42 PM