Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Little Snow Buddy

  When we woke in the morning last Saturday we were suprised to find large white flakes coming down.  My daughter rushed outside to make the first snowman of the season.  The snow didn't last long and most of it melted before it hit the ground, but she managed to collect enough to make this mini snowman.
   Basic Grey's Jovial Collection was perfect for scrappin' these photos with these adorable little snowman and the rich deep reds that complemented her 2010 Olympic mittens.  I ordered the brads and cardstock embellishments, but none of the snowmen woolies that came with the collection so I decided to paper piece this little guy.
   I cut multiple snowflakes in each size and layered them together to add volume and dimension.  And what would be a layout without a little glitter!!  The sketch I used for inspiration was from Stuck On You Sketches

I have a few more projects in the works and hopefully will have them up before the end of the week.  Thanks for stopping by, and I love reading all your comments so thank you to those who do :O)


Patterned Paper - Basic Grey: Jovial, Cartridges - Winter Woodlands (snowflakes and title) & Graphically Speaking (title), Glitter - Martha Stewart, Font - Prestige Elite Std
Snowflake digital brushes were downloaded free from unknown site (too long ago!)


mustangkayla said...

First off, cute photo! Love the little snowman! VERY fun layout too! Love the snowflakes!

Kelly Massman said...

Such a cute layout! The paper is perfect for it!

Lexi said...

Thank you so much for your sweet xomment on my blog :)
Snow already? Wow! Your layout is so cute--that snowman paper is great!

Linda E said...

Fantastic layout! What a perfect use of the BG Jovial papers!!!

Jill Sarginson said...

what a great layout - that snowman is OH SO CUTE! Love the eyes!!!!!!