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The Magic of Snowflakes

It's amazing how each and every snowflake can be different
if you look close enough and to create them is even
more fun and can make some beautiful and really
creative pages for you and your friends.

Today we are showing you pages made with
the beautiful crystal icy blues of our Winter Collection
and fun ways to add snowflakes and flowers
on your pages.

designer: Alicia Barry

Instead of buying premade snowflakes you can
cut them out of a sheet of paper and vary the different
shapes and sizes and pop them up with clear Helmar scrap dots
so that you can't see them underneath.

Both the trees and the snowman are cut out
from our papers!

supplies: Glitter Papers 177, 430, 083
EC 005 chipboard stickers

designer: Tracey Taylor

supplies: glitter papers 083, 437
silver glitter cardstock, lace, rhinestones, doilies

designer: Petra Offrell

Our papers are also great for everyday pictures-
where in this photo you absolutely catch the brilliant blue
of his eyes by the colors in the papers.

Notice all the beautiful details that Petra added into
her layout. Flowers, border punches, pearls
and lots and lots of fussy cutting!

supplies: Glitter papers 432, 435, 438

designer: Julie Walton

Julie created this layout with our glitter cardstock
and cut out lots and lots of cricut snowflakes to
make this beautiful and magical looking snow scene!
And it is easy to do on your Cricut with either a deep cut blade
or you can use a regular blade with a deep setting
and use the muli cut setting to go through the design
a couple of times.. Don't forget Sizzix dies too. The papers
cut like butter in the dies so be sure and try some....

supplies: Glitter paper 433 (backround)
Glitter card stock 007, 012, 008

Thanks for stopping by and we hope you
try a few of these on your layouts this weekend.


  1. Love what your team did with this winter line! Gorgeous!

  2. gosh are these gorgeous! i love love these papers!!!!


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