Some snowflakes were fussy cut from the papers in the collection, and others were cut with Spellbinders dies. Fussy cutting doesn't happen very often at my craft table - believe me! - but the effect was well worth the effort. I used chipboard from the set and Dusty Attic, and some inks and glitter. The detail in the Dusty Attic chipboard used as the title shown here is so delicate.
The first pages were a two-page layout. As you can see in the first photo (click to enlarge), there's a wee bit of snow on the ground, but the lake hasn't frozen yet. The ice crystals were just starting to form at the water's edge on this very still day. The reflections in the water were beautiful!
The second set of photos on this layout were taken of Hubby and me at the gate to the property. You can even see the blue house/lot number if you look closely. The subtle glitter around the photo mats was achieved by using Scor Tape with Glitter Ritz transparent glitter in Cool Highlight. I like how it works with the paper and tag holders but isn't all in-yo-face.
It's amazing that I finished these six pages during the two days. I also took two classes during the Carnival, and the displays, retail booths and my table crop-mates were totally distracting. Do you have to ask if I'm going again this year? If you're in Edmonton and attending the Carnival during either September 13 or 14 (thanks to Canadian Scrapbooker for organizing this fab event), see if you can spot me at the crop tables. If you do, c'mon over and say hello!