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BELIEVE by KAREN MOSS

BELIEVE by KAREN MOSS

This year was the first year for our daughter and her husband as a married couple and we were lucky enough to spend it with them and his family in an AirBNB in the Lake District.

I wanted to scrap this lovely photo of them by the Christmas tree and the Sweet Winter range by Stamperia was a perfect choice.

I started by drawing a .5" border, in pencil, around a piece of white 12 x 12. I then added a deer to the top right and some ice skates to the bottom left. Then, inside the pencilled line, I added phrases from Sweet Winter Adhesive Chipboard (I used two sets of chipboard as I wanted to have the same words on both sides but only one would be needed if you wished to have a variety of words and phrases).

Next I cut this paper, from the Sweet Winter paper pad, to 9.5" square and trimmed off the top right and bottom left corners to accommodate the chipboard deer and skates, sticking it to the centre of my page.

I then cut this paper to 8.5" square and added to the centre of the 9.5" square.

I didn't glue the bottom left and top right corners but folded them back and stuck with a glue dot to make little 'pockets' into which I tucked chipboard flowers from Sweet Winter Adhesive Die-Cuts.

I used a 6" x 4" Sweet Winter card as my photo mount, to which I added a chipboard Christmas tree, either side. After trimming my photo to fit I used the two bows, from the Sweet Winter Clear Die-Cut, one on each of the turned back corners.To finish, I added the chipboard piece 'Believe' as my title and made clusters of flowers at the top left and bottom right using Sweet Winter Die-Cuts and Sweet Winter Clear Die-Cuts flowers and Azaleas - Antique Pink Tones.

Supplies:

Sweet Winter Backgrounds Paper Pad 12"X12"

Sweet Winter Adhesive Chipboard 6"X12"

Cards Collection - Sweet Winter

Sweet Winter Die-Cuts

Sweet Winter Clear Die-Cuts

Azaleas - Antique Pink Tones

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Comments

Sue - February 14, 2023

Beautiful yet again. Sue x

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