I'll make no apologies for bringing you pages made with snowy photos that I took back in January, in April - as I'm sat here with the rain lashing at the window and the wind howling around the walls, I could easily be forgiven for thinking we were in the deep depths of Winter anyway!
My papers this month are from the Amy Tan "Yes, Please" range.
Here's my first page:
You can just see a couple of my washi-covered buttons in the bottom right hand corner. Here's how I easily created them in moments:
1. Pop a strip of washi tape, sticky side up, on to your work area, and pop a button on top. Easy! As you can see on the right, you don't have to stick to just one design of tape on your button. Mix it up! Go wild! Dig in to that washi!
The particular tapes I have used here are the gorgeous ones from MME's My Girl, Notable and Unforgettable triple packs.
Here's a close up of them on my page:
Dear Lizzy die cut sheet pack, and utilised the bits I popped out else where on my page - you can see some below the title (above) and some at the top of the page:
"Phrases" veneer from Studio Calico's Sundrifter range are lovely for adding that extra bit of detail to your pages - I love the wood-burnished look of the fonts on them and the pack contains a huge array of phrases and symbols.
Here's the second frosty page that I used my washi buttons on:
This time I used some of the Phrases veneer to make a little weather-forcast style snow symbol:
Amy Tan puffy stickers as sub-headings for my journalling and others such as the hearts, flowers and arrows to add interest around both of my pages:
Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm die cut pack to convey the message: