Have SNOW Much Fun with this Frost Winter Digital Scrapbook Layout

Have you tried out the Frost digital scrapbook collection yet? For digital scrapbookers, it’s the perfect way to make layouts that make your photos look like a winter wonderland. From the icy blue palette to the wondrous winter elements, this collection has everything you could ever ask for! So bundle up, pour yourself a nice hot drink and get comfortable at your computer, because it’s never been easier to create winter digital scrapbook layouts than it is with Frost — check out this example!

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Our new puppy, Archie, was excited to get out and play in his first snowfall and the Digital Frost Kit worked perfectly with these frosty photos! I used the blend technique on the large photo to blend the photo into the snowy background paper.

I layered the “Snow Much Fun” digital element over the photo and then added a deep shadow to make it pop.

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Layering is so easy to do in digital scrapbooking as it doesn’t add any bulk to the page and you can use paper and stickers over and over and never run out! For these beautiful snowflakes, I resized them, layered them, placed a shadow and placed them under my photos as a border.

The Digital Frost Kit is perfect for all your snowy adventures! I hope you have SNOW much fun creating layouts of your own!

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3 thoughts on “Have SNOW Much Fun with this Frost Winter Digital Scrapbook Layout

  1. I LOVE this! I have always been a traditional scrapbooker, but this is totally making me think that I want to try digital. What program do you use? How do I get started?

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