Hi all, i am stopping by to share some fun handmade ornaments i made using a large diecut (adorable snowman) and fussy cutting out images (sled and ice skates) from the winterland paper.
I first, punched and cut them out of the paper and punched holes near the tops where i want my ribbon to tie onto. Next, i placed the images on wax paper to keep from sticking while drying cause here is the fun part. Squeeze an even thick layer of dimensional glue over the entire image. (Tip-do not shake the dimensional glue as not to get bubbles and keep tip down in glue while covering images to keep a smooth cover).
close-up of dimension
Then, i sprinkled iridescent fine glitter to the wet glue. I then repeated on the other images and let dry overnight then covered the other side with just the glue to make for a nice thick dimensional ornament.
Lastly, i added a pretty ribbon to each and hung on my tree. I just love the vintagey look they have to them!
These would make great gifts too! Make sure to get your hands on some winterlandso you can give this a try. Thanks for stopping by and happy creating!
Would you like to try this fun technique? Enter to WIN these papers HERE.
Hi, Joan here today with a scrapbook layout about our dog, Chiquita. She has always loved to snuggle in lots of blankets when it's cold outside. My daughter took this picture a few years ago. I think Chiquita looks like she is dreaming - possibly of snow - or even Santa!
This layout uses papers and die cuts from the new Winterland line. The background paper is from the older Winterland collection. They mix together wonderfully!
Hi all, I am stopping by today to share a fun page i made using the winterland collection. I know i probably said it before but i am in love with the colors of these papers!!! For my page i used a picture of my daughter and i taking a selfie on the ice rink last year.We had so much fun!
So I just had to use the ice princess paper as my base for this page then i found some crinkle paper in my stash and added under my picture then i layered some winterland cutouts and diecuts and pop dotting them in around the page to add dimension.
Lastly, i enhanced some of my favorite parts of the page by using lavender sequins, glitter marker and glitter glue. Make sure to get your hands on this collection and scrap those winter pics! Thanks for stopping by and happy creating!
Hello and welcome to the Moxxie Holiday Challenge and Hop!
Today our Muses have many eye-popping designs to inspire you. We also have a fun challenge and a Prize! So lets get right to it shall we?
Our theme this month is Holiday/Winter/Christmas and the prize, you say?
Oh just one of these amazing lines!
For all your furry friend's fun, holiday antics!
This line is perfect for documenting all of that holiday fun, but it's not just for your pets. Check out the awesome projects our designers created with this line, pets or no this is perfect for the holidays!
But if you're not in the market for this fun holiday line you can opt for the gorgeous Winterland!
Details on how to win are below and here is our fantastic line-up of inspiration: (Remember to click on their name to see more details and leave some love for extra prize entries)
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Commenting and Challenge end Dec 31st. Winner announced Fri. Jan 2nd.
It's December and it's starting to get cold... December always reminds me of cold, scarfs, hot cocoa, and mittens. I pulled out some snow photos of my lil one and they were perfect to work with the Winterland collection. This was my lil one's first encounter with snow. It was so fun to watch and see what she did. She really didn't know what to think of it all.
I fussy cut out the arrow patterns on theFrozen paper and it reminded me of icicles.
I also got messy with some gesso and misting, totally reminding me of snow flurries. And used the snowflake border from the die cut sheet.
So bundle up, get out there and take some snow photos!!! I LOVE seeing them, esp since we don't get snow down here in southern California...
First we want to say a big Thank You to everyone who commented, shared and entered in our challenge! We throughly enjoy sharing with all of you and love seeing what you share with us in return. So Thank you!
I am super excited to announce November's Blog hop & challenge winner! She entered into our challenge and used Moxxie product!!! Here's is her entry:
Isn't her card just beautiful?!
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Don't feel bad if you didn't win this time, because we are gearing up for another GIVEAWAY! Join us back here bright and early Friday morning for a new challenge and another fun hop full of fabulous projects from our Muses! (I should know because I've seen them!)
Good morning! I have a "perfect for winter" layout to share with you. I used Moxxie's AWESOME Winterland line. I really love the colors, they are gorgeous in this winter line (and I'm someone who normally doesn't like purple so that means a lot!). :)
Lately, I've been cutting down my designer paper by a quarter inch on the top and side and layering it over some cardstock. I really like the look it gives it. I did a bit of distressing around the edges of the designer paper. I then did some layering with some of the scraps I had behind the picture. I also fussy cut some of the snowflakes. I also traced out a few with some clear glittery Stickles, because snowflakes should just sparkle. Here's some close ups of the some of the details. It's hard to see it in the picture but the Stickles look amazing on the snowflakes! :
I also sprinkled some punched out snowflakes and sequins.
This is the last weekend to enter to WIN this fabulous line! Don't miss out, find the details here.
Hi, it's Joan and I'm here today to share a page about my great- nephew, Rocco, who loves to go skiing. Since he lives in Colorado, he is able to go quite often. Here he is, posing at the bottom of the mountain, ready to enjoy the snow!
I used the B side of the Slip Slidin' paper as the background for the page and mounted it onto dark blue cardstock. Next I cut two mats from the Ski paper - one from the gray side and a smaller one from the dark blue side that went behind the photo. I also cut a strip from the Ride paper, which was layered behind the photo but over the gray mat.
Then the fun began! I punched and layered stickers and die cuts from both lines. The photo below shows one piece that is made using die cuts from Winterland and stickers from Hit the Slopes.
I punched the doily and large snowflakes from the Winterland Frozen paper and the small snowflakes from both lines. Lastly, I added the word stickers from Hit the Slopes.
I loved using these two Moxxie lines together to make this page! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!