I dug around for some old ski pictures of us with friends (from like 20 years ago!) because I had the perfect paper for a ski layout left over from my Echo Park Winter Park collection. They were in a big box of pictures I plan to get to "someday". My husband and I had a good chuckle when looking through the whole roll of pics-we were so much younger and thinner!!!! The kids barely recognized us, lol! I used Accent Essentials for the snowflake, circle, and large accent shape under pictures. I used the Mickey Font for the title and Winter Woodland for the skis. The rest is stickers from the paper collection.
Accent Essentials-big shapes, snowflake (cut with image, blackout, and shadow at 2 1/2 in.)
Paper-Echo Park Winter Park collection
brown chalk ink in jumbo java
ribbon-Stampin Up cherry cobbler
I'm going to add this to the Exploring Cricut 123 challenge this week: to use at least 1 ribbon, 2 cricut cuts, and 3 buttons or jewels. I've got my cherry cobbler ribbon folded in half under the ski pass, my snowflake and skis (wasn't sure if the title counted), and my 3 buttons at the top for an accent.