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Snowdays and Snowflakes and a Glitter Dot Winner!

Living in California we don't get to see much of the beautiful frosty
powder of the winters snows. But across most of the nation and
across the world families are getting
the chance to put on their new mittens and boots and
go run and sled and play
in the first snows of the season....

So from Norway to Canada and even to Minnesota
our designers share more of their fun
memories of their precious days in the snow!

designer: Karen Thind

You can never have too many snowflakes on a page.
Karen cut out lots of extra snowflakes in glitter and cardstock
to put all over her page and even used the negative strip
for a decorative piece on the side of the photo.

designer: Ann-Katrin

designer of both cards:
Jing-Jing Nickel

Using the perfect papers that compliment
each other is the perfect recipe for perfect cards!

and using backrounds in the right places can be all
that it takes to create a truly great piece of art!

designer: Tina Guigui

by using the wintery backround on this paper
and adding the snowman and his lantern on it,
a few pop dots and some creative paper tearing techniques-
you have an adorable card to send just about anyone :)

designer: Jona Panessa

One amazing thing about this hobby is that you can give
lots of people the same paper and all of them will create
something unique and special ....

Both Karen and Jona created these beautiful pages
and each is very special in their own different ways.....

Adding layers of different papers to your layouts gives them
dimension and makes them that much more gorgeous!

designer: Julie Walton

This super cute notebook has so much glitter and sparkle!

It's easy to add more beads and glitz to our papers
and makes a perfect gift to a special friend or neighbor....

but we are not done yet we still have a huge announcement to make...

and now a drum roll please.....

announcing the winner of our Basic glitter dot paper contest...

our lucky winner this week is # 17

Rebecca from Michigan

Congratulations to you!!

please send an email to
so we can send you your prize!!

Thanks for all the wonderful comments and praises
we love to hear from all of you.....


  1. Congratulations! Enjoy the great prize!

  2. super cute cards and layouts!

  3. congrats Rebecca!!! loved the winter projects!


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