Monday, January 25, 2016

Winter snowflakes layout

Happy Monday!  Our BBTB2 challenge this week is snowflakes-if you live on the east coast, I think you have seen a lot of them!  We have had several snows this January in KC also, although not the huge amounts the East Coast received.  It's definitely white and wintery looking for sure!  I've been having fun with the cuts on the Artistry cartridge and I knew I wanted to use ALL the snowflakes on my project because I couldn't pick just one.  I have also included a second bonus snowflake project, (one of the Christmas cards I made this year) featuring the beautiful layered snowflake from the CM Cheerful Seasons cartridge.  Stay warm and go over to BBTB2 to see all the snowflakes from the design team and you can link up a project!

Artistry-snowflakes, each cut at 2 1/2 inches
Paper/Stickers-Echo Park Hello Winter collection prints and stickers, CTMH solids
brown chalk ink
square punch for photo corners

Bonus Project:
Clean and simple for Christmas….or would make a nice winter thank you with a different stamp.

CM Cheerful Seasons-snowflake
Paper-CTMH solids
Stamp-????  can't remember, lol!  that was waaaaay back in December!


  1. Love your layout with all of the snowflakes and that great snow globe! And your card is most wonderful!!!! :)

  2. Your layout is amazing Michelle! I love all those wonderful snowflakes, and I love that cute little snow globe as well. Is that part of the paper collection?? Love the "cold weather" saying too, how true. Your snowflake on your card is simply gorgeous. I so wish I had bought that cartridge way back. Still kicking myself on that one. lol Finally dug out here at my house but the community is still digging out. No school for the second day in a row. But we are getting there and the snow is actually melting a bit! Hugs, Brenda

  3. i think you win the prize for the most snowflakes! and ones that I don't have --- gorgeous as the real ones!


  4. All of the snowflakes are gorgeous! I love the vintage type feel to your wintery layout and the simplicity of your card. That snowflake says it all!