(This post is part of my Frosty Festivities 2013 Blog Event)
This photo of my daughter and her best friend making bead bracelets for each other needed a lot of pink!
They look so cute in their snugly winter sleepwear. I decided polka-dots was the perfect partner for all the pink on this page, so I went through the Crate Paper Bundled Up collection, searching for as many polka dots as possible! I found the Noel sheet for the background, a sheet with pink dots on a blue background in the 6×6 Pad, some polka-dot frames from the Ephemera, and a dotty Journal Card too!
I knew I wanted to use lots of snowflakes from the Chipboard Elements too, so I layered the title onto my photo so it didn’t take up too much space:
I found this ‘Elf and Safety’ wood veneer at Hobbycraft, and I’d been waiting for the perfect place to use it:
There’s a blank label at the bottom of the page because I’m going to use it to right the girl’s names on.
When I originally planned the page I had the whole thing on a pink background paper, but I really wanted to use this ‘baby it’s cold outside’ journal card, so I changed the background paper just for that! There would have been too much pink otherwise:
The page is sweet and girly, but still nice and wintry!
Use lots of pink on a winter project
Overlap your title onto your photo
Choose as many polka-dot elements as possible
See you again soon, Jennifer x
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