Let It Snow!

When January rolls around and it is time to take down the Christmas decorations, our house always seems to look so bare. Then, the January blahs set in, the days are so short and the weather is cold and dreary. To counteract that feeling this year, I decided to keep some of my more “wintery” decorations on display so I made this “Let it Snow” frame using some of the wonderful Suzie Snowflake collection. I love the contrast in colors with this collection, the blues, greens and reds make for some very fun Christmas/Winter pages and home d├ęcor projects.

--Jane Davies
BTW: Congratulations to our Suzy Snowflake Collection winner, Lorrie Kibler!

Christmas Creativity

Christmas time is here again. Time to bring out the decorations, and make some new ones too!

I pulled out my Suzy Snowflake collection of paper, diecuts, and chipboard stickers, and went to work on covering a plain wooden "cd holder" house into a Chritsmas card holder. I used Modge Podge to adhere the paper to the wood, and layered on an extra coat for additional protection and shine. I added the chipboard stickers last. I think it's a fun little holiday house, and is a great place to put cards as we receive them.
Melissa Ackerman had some fun with the Suzy Snowflake papers too! She used Sparkle Modge Podge to adhere paper pieces to a pointe shoe---SOOOO cute! Then she covered the whole thing with a couple of layers of clear acrylic sealer.

I hope you have some time for some Christmas creativity this season as well! If you're a fan of Scribble Scrabble's Suzy Snowflake collection, and would like to have your own (you can see the entire line on our website), please post a comment and you'll be entered in a random drawing for the chance to win a complete set. I'll notify the winner via email on December 19th.
Happy Holidays!
Cynthia Coulon