Winter’s so much more fun when we embrace it rather than endure it. The brisk air and sparkling snow, pretty icicles and chunky sweaters should be enjoyed! Those few months can be tough, but if you shift your mindset just a little bit, you’ll see everything it has to offer! Tons of cold-weather memories can be made and this two-page winter scrapbook layout is a great way to remember those moments long after the snow has melted. Take a look!Continue reading Be Bold in the Cold with this Winter Scrapbook Spread
What do you like most about the winter season? Is it the flurries of snow and the peaceful feeling those wonderful white flakes can create? Is it spending nights cuddled under a blanket in front of a fireplace? Maybe it’s Christmas and all the festive fun you have with friends and family? Whatever it is, you can create brrr-eathtaking winter scrapbook layouts for all those moments with the Winterberry collection! See for yourself!Continue reading Embrace the Cold with this Winter Scrapbook Layout Idea
Have you seen the new Frost collection that just launched? This cool collection uses trending winter florals and the serenity of the cold weather season to give you all the tools you need to create stunning winter scrapbook layouts. The icy blue palette, the cozy winter themes and the overall beauty of the collection make it a must-have this holiday and winter season. Check out how you can use the Frost collection to create a gorgeous winter-themed scrapbook layout!
Hi everybody. It’s Nicole with a fun winter layout using the new Glacier Designer Paper Pack, Designer Stickers, and the Variety Mat Pack. The blues in this collection are beautiful! I must admit that I said “oooooooh” when I pulled this gorgeous collection out of the box! And it doesn’t stop at the blues… I can’t get enough of the cute little birdie stickers. :)
This collection is perfect for scrapbooking those winter photos! Although we did not get much snow last year, we got maybe an inch or two. Edward was excited to make a snowman, but I had to gently tell him that we weren’t getting that kind of snow. So we went outside so he could eat the snow and then throw fluffy snowballs at mommy for about twenty minutes.