For my bottom, right corner I die-cut some white cardstock to form a slope to create a little scene with the second princess & snowflake stickers. For my pennant border along the bottom I cut various papers from the 6×6 pad and strips of washi tape (mounted onto cardstock for stablity).
For my second layout, I wanted to create a layout using photos from that same week that could stand on it’s own, but also look great next to my other page in the scrapbook album.
I am also loving the beautiful glittery Thickers. Foam Thickers have always been my favorite to work with and these are absolutely gorgeous in person! To add a little interest to my washi tape strips, I decided to stitch them on in coordinating colors of thread.
Once again, I turned to the same glitter snowflake die-cuts to form my visual triangle, mixed with some of the smaller snowflake stickers from the collection. I had fun mixing it up with different layers including the fun puffy snowflake stickers.
I hope I’ve inspired you to pull out your own snowy pictures and scrapbook them using this pretty collection. I had so much fun playing with all the pretty patterns!
Winter Wonderland Winter Walk 12×12 patterned paper
Winter Wonderland Shiver 12×12 patterned paper
Winter Wonderland Toasty Warm 12×12 patterned paper
Winter Wonderland Flurries 12×12 patterned paper
Winter Wonderland Frosty 12×12 patterned paper
Winter Wonderland Bundled Up 12×12 patterned paper
Winter Wonderland 6×6 Paper Pad
Winter Wonderland Icons Glitter Stickers
Winter Wonderland Princess Glitter Stickers
Winter Wonderland Glitter Snowflakes Chips Die–cut Shapes
Winter Wonderland Washi Tape Booklet
Winter Wonderland Imprint Aqua Foam Glitter Thickers
Winter Wonderland Iridescent Foam Glitter Thickers