The left side of the 2 page layout shows my husband and step-son sledding down the street by our house. They had a blast. Don't you think the snowman is adorable?
Here is a close up of the title. Typically I use patteren paper as the base and the solid card stock for the lettering. I have changed it up here and really like the effect.
Here is a close up of snowman number one (on the left page). I dolled him up in blue and added a snowflake brad to his hat. I layered the snowman on top of white cardstock that I distress with my Chai Ink Cube. Then I added another layer of snow on top of the snowman to give him a little depth.
My final picture is a close up of my girly snowwoman. I used pink and red and gave her a snowflake brad as well. She is also popped up and placed behind another layer of snow to give her the same dimension I gave her male counterpart on the opposite page.
Paper: Dasher Line by Basic Grey
Card Stock: PTI, Bazzill, Misc Scraps
Ink: Vintage Tea Duo - Chai (PTI)
Accessories: White Snowflake Brads
Cartridge: Winter Woodland (Title Cut at 4", Snowmen cut at 7")
Tomorrow's post will be a Father's Day card I created for my husband to give his dad. I went to Archivers this weekend got to play with some of the new Tim Holtz products he designed for Sizzix as well as his product with Ranger. I took the pieces I made at the "make-n-take", added some other bits and pieces I had at home, and combined them all to make a very nice card.