Literally Freezing Scrapbook Layout

I’ve been Literally Freezing in the evenings as old man winter has blown in for the season. While it’s not quite time to see snow in our PNW forecast just yet, I’m always hoping to see a flurry or two in December. Not the kind that piles up and prevents my adult kiddos from joining us on Christmas morning. Just the kind that will help me get into the spirit of the season a little bit easier.

Literally Freezing Scrapbooking LO

When it comes to this layout, I’ll need to dig a littler deeper to find some coordinating photos. OR, I could always just create new ones. I’m thinking a nice snowy scene outside the window, cocoa in hand, and a fluffy crocheted blanket on my lap. What photos do you have that you would add to this layout? Please be sure to share your ideas in the comment section below!

The PAPERS:

I used papers from Close To My Heart’s Gnomes for Winter Paper Pack to create this adorable layout. While this beautiful Collection can’t be found in any catalog, it’s definitely a paper-crafting bucket list item of MUST-HAVES. This means you should definitely get it before it’s gone! 😉

The PROCESS:

This one came together super-duper fast for me. I’ve always been slow when it comes to creating new layouts. But, for whatever reason, I had this wintery beauty together in about an hour. I couldn’t believe it! It usually takes me hours upon hours, if not days, to finish a project. Yep, I’m THAT slow sometimes.

The PROJECT:

I’ve decided to offer this project as a Kit, while supplies last. I’m also providing a downloadable PDF for those that just want my instructions. To learn more, including how to get my instructions for FREE, simply click on the SHOP NOW button below.

Also, don’t forget to let me know what photos you have that would look GREAT on this layout. I love hearing from my readers! <3


As a reminder, the Gnomes for Winter Collection is available through December 31st, 2023
or while supplies last on my CTMH Website.

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