Scrapbooking Global November Blog Hop



This months Blog Hop Theme is courtesy of Sharon Dalton and is called Winter Textures.



When i think of winter textures…I think of cool colours, icy, flannelette clothing and cable knit jumpers/cardigans!

So this is what I came up with!SGNovember


For this Layout, I used Festive Farmhouse DSP (147820 HC) for my background. I sponged over with Night of Navy. Out came the Buffalo Stamp (147794 HC) and Frost White Shimmer Paint (147046 HC) to make my background.  I just adore Shimmer Paint and I’m so pleased we have it back again!

Tip: You don’t need a block for this technique ..just dauber or sponge onto the stamp and use your hand to just pick up and stamp. It doesn’t have to be perfect and a bit of a roll on is great!

Now I also used some Silver embossing paste (145646 AC) and used the Chicken Wire Elements (147807 HC) as a stencil. This took awhile to dry so I used my heat gun to dry it all thoroughly.

The Cable Knit Embossing folder (143537 AC) was another Winter texture I added along with In the Woods Framelit Dies (147919 HC)

My focus on this Layout was my story! I really wanted to capture this story as Hubby reminds me often of it!

SG November blog hop

Other materials I used were: Thoughtful Banners Stamp set (141614 AC), Celebrate You Thinlit Dies (146840 AC), Layering Circles Framelits (141705 AC), Metallics Sequins (144214 AC), Silver Foil Sheets (132178 AC HC)



Thanks for Hopping along with us! The next Blog to hop along to is the lovely Sharon herself! If you get lost on the way ..just click on the little blue frog below and you will see all of the blog hop participants.

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Happy Scrapping!






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