Monday, January 14, 2013

DT Practical Scrappers - Winter/Snow

Today at Practical Scrappers we're up with the Winter/Snow theme. For my layout I used an older photo of Phiene playing in the snow. I love how the bright colors of her hat and the sleigh work against the white snowy background in this photo, so I copied that into the layout and started out with a white background. I used the Flashback collection by KI Memories for the bright colors in the layout, they match the colors in the photo perfectly!
 
 
 
 
Gossamer Blue December kit
KI Memories, Flashback: Visionary, Timeline, Instaframes, Stampset Click Click
Pebbles Inc Tag
Thickers Eric
Bazzill white
EK Success border punch
Glassine bag
Kaisercraft stamp
Hero Arts ink Soft Pool
Archival ink Jet Black
Handstitching

Check out the Practical Scrappers blog for some more Winter/Snow inspiration.

Thanks for stopping by today!

17 comments:

  1. I love the extra dimension your sewing has given the layout. What a lovely photo to use!

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  2. That picture is so cute!
    This LO is so lovely and I really like how you put the top of the frame behind the picture.

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  3. Fun colors! Good job layering!

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  4. This is adorable and very well made- I love the fresh white background, colors, and always love to see a stitched title~!

    xErin

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  5. very pretty layout and I love the stitching.

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  6. This is gorgeous!! How cute is that picture?

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  7. Beautiful page! Love how you stitched through the letters and OMGosh, that photo is adorable!

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  8. What a great layout! The picture is too cute and love all your layering!!

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  9. I like your layering and punching - cool layout!

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  10. fabulous layout.. love all the layering. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Absolutely great page! Great design!

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  12. I love all the stitching, especially over your title! x

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  13. Goodness I love it all. I love the hole punches and stitches. And I had to look twice to see the die-cut landscape frame. Very cool.

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