12 Days of Giving

Think Spring!

Featuring BoBunny Woodland Winter and Quietfire Design Stamps

 

In my part of Canada, we have plenty of winter, and plenty of snow,  but usually the only time of year when the snow is melty enough to stick together and build a snowman  is spring.  It’s too bad, really, because that also usually means that the snowman will not stick around for long.  The higher sun angle and warmer temperatures during this time of year typically result in his rapid disappearance into a large puddle of icy water.

 

The snowman building process is still fun though, especially if you use delicious cookies for eyes and buttons.  I found a couple of photos from when my boys were little that brought back these memories.  I was inspired to scrapbook them with the April sketch from the Canadian Scrapbooker sketchy challenge and some stunning papers and embellishments from BoBunny.

 

april sketch

 

A sketch is such a great way to kick start the creative process.  I flipped the April sketch ninety degrees.

 

woodland winter

 

Aren’t these colours and patterns gorgeous?  Perfect for a lot more than winter woodland photos, that’s for sure.

 

die cuts

 

BoBunny has some really great embellishments that go with the Woodland Winter paper line – stickers, chipboard, gems, etc. – but I think my favourite add on is the Noteworthy journaling cards.  There are so many things in here to really dress up a layout.  I used a Quietfire Design stamp an elegant quote on one of the journaling cards and popped up a gentle looking deer with foam adhesive from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.

 

spring snowman

 

Supplies:  BoBunny patterned paper, chipboard and die cuts, Quietfire Design stamp, Clearsnap ink, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, Brother sewing machine, EK Success border punch.

Have a wonderful Tuesday everyone and Happy SPRING!

 

connie

To See more of Connie Nichol’s work visit her blog – Every Day’s an Adventure

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  1. Dawn Skene Reply

    Love this layout! There are so many details that all go together so well.