Monday, March 20, 2017

Snowy Layout Featuring Lawn Fawn and Distress Oxide Ink


Last week's unexpected snow fall in the northeast was the inspiration for this layout.  Lucky for me I had coincidentally picked up these Lawn Fawn snowflake dies and a few other winter-themed items. Well, I say lucky, but honestly I'd prefer that the weather had stayed spring-like.  My kids were thrilled with finally having a snow day off school.

To make this layout I took a white tag and a Lawn Fawn stamp from their Cheery Christmas set,  Versamark watermark ink, and clear embossing powder. Before stamping I treated the tag with the Perfect Crafting Pouch, which helps keep the embossing powder on the ink and off the rest of the tag.

Look! No stray embossing flecks!


Next I broke out my brand spankin' new Tim Holtz Distress Oxide inks.  I used four different colors to ink the tag, and then flicked water droplets all over the tag before the ink dried.  Love this effect!


To assemble the layout, I used the Lawn Fawn Stitched Snowflake die set and the Large Dotted Rectangle Stackables with their Perfectly Plaid Winter 6x6 paper pack. 

I wanted to show you how easy it is to attach embellishments with the Best Glue Ever.  All you need are a few tiny drops -- and I made these drops straight from the bottle! The tip of the bottle allows for very precise control. Four drops is all I used to hold this snowflake. Easy peasy!


4 comments:

Penny said...

This turned out beautiful!

Colleen LoVette said...

Beautiful page.

Robyn Coburn said...

That tag is gorgeous as are those snowflakes. The layout is so simple but absolutely effective.

Kim Lippincott said...

Love the lay out, great colors!