Today begins our first challenge of the year at Frosted Designs. I am the host and I picked White as a Snowflake (snowflakes, snowmen or white on most of project) as my challenge.
I planned on scrapping photos of Tanner playing in the snow, but twice we were supposed to get snow and both times we just got a dusting. I took a different approach comparing snowflakes to people - no two are alike!
Meet Owen Henry Haan - my newest daycare baby!! He was born in September and will join the daycare on Monday. He is the fourth Haan child to be in my daycare - I can't wait to snuggle this one!
I started by cutting out three snowflakes out of an overhead transparency sheet and using it as a stencil for my modeling paste.
I used a pallet knife to spread the paste and peeled off the stencil.
I sprinkled the snowflakes with Pearl Glass Glitter before it dried.
I needed a journaling tag. I used this wood piece and softened the color with gold gelatos and Heidi Swap gold color shine. I used a sponge to smooth out the color. I later used the same sponge to ink my white papers.
I wanted to do the same thing only in white to the chipboard snowflakes and swirl. I ended up using a bit of liquid glue to adhere the glitter to the chipboard.
I love the title as we all are Perfectly Imperfect! I cut the title with my Silhouette Cameo.
Here is a close up of the snowflake made out of molding paste and glitter.
And here is a close up of the chipboard snowflake.
This layout ended up nothing like I was planning - sometimes those are the best projects!!
Happy 2015! If one of your goals/resolutions is to scrap more memories - be sure to join us for our challenges every other Friday!!!
Products Used from Frosted Designs online store:
Simple Stories Cozy Christmas Paper
Dylusions White Linen Ink Spray
Pearl Glass Glitter
Gold and White Gelatos