This Two-Page Winter Scrapbook Spread is “Snow” Much Fun

Whether you choose to romp and frolic in freshly fallen snow or appreciate it’s powdery presence through a frosty window (with a warm mug in hand, of course!) there’s no denying the softly swirling and sparkly snowflakes make you pause and take notice of their chilly arrival. Speaking of taking notice, this two-page winter scrapbook spread surely caught our attention! Check it out, and start thinking of how you’ll brr-ing your own wintertime memories to life!

To create this layout you will need:

Step 1: Use two pieces of White Solid Cardstock or Refill Pages as the base for this layout.

Step 2: Cut the inside 11″ x 11″ from two sheets of wood grain patterned paper. Adhere these 1″-wide frames to the cardstock base pieces. From each of the inside 11″ x 11″ squares, cut two 6-1/2″ x 4-1/2″ pieces. Reverse to the green plaid side to create photo mats for four 6″ x 4″ photos.

Step 3: Cut two pieces of snowflake patterned paper to measure 11-1/2″ x 11-1/2″ and adhere to the layout. Top with the four matted photos. Crop another photo to measure 3″ x 3-1/2″ and add to the layout. Trim a variety mat to measure 4-1/2″ x 2-3/4″ and adhere to the layout as shown.

Step 4: Use the photos as a guide to create the snowflakes. The small snowflake is made using the inside of the medium Custom Cutting System Circle Pattern and the Red Blade; the medium snowflake from the inside of the largest Custom Cutting System Circle Pattern and the Blue Blade; the large snowflake from the inside of the largest Custom Cutting System Circle Pattern and the Red Blade.

Step 5: Adhere snowflakes to the layout as shown, trimming off excess along the edges of the layout.

Step 6: Add embellishments and stickers and journal as desired.

Are you a snow lover or no — or what do you like to do most in winter? Thoughts on this winter scrapbook spread? Tell us in the comments below!

4 thoughts on “This Two-Page Winter Scrapbook Spread is “Snow” Much Fun

  1. Thanks so much for the snowflake instructions! I can see the same pattern being useful on many other pages, with other papers for different themes than winter. Really helpful!

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