Too Much Snow

Good morning bloggers!! It's Tanisha here posting from snow covered New Jersey. We've had so much snow here that I had to scrap about it. It has snowed every week since the day after Christmas. I'm so sick of snow, I don't know what to do with myself. Our last snow storm left behind a hefty 19" on top of ton of snow already on the ground AND we are expecting another storm tomorrow night! YIKES!!

I guess my Cheery Lynn Designs dies will be getting a workout. With all of this snow on the ground the only thing a girl is left to do is scrap.

I used a couple of CLD's new dies, Wittle Weaver and Large Circle Pierce Plate, on this layout to help add some texture.

Here you can see the texture that the piercing plate adds to the scalloped circle. How cute is that pierced snowman? He was really easy to pierce together. I simply cut small scraps of paper and taped them to the section of the die that I wanted. This way, I only had to run the die through my Epic Six once.

I used the Wittle Weaver to cut strips from striped paper to bring all of the colors in my layout together. I love the deep set texture this die adds.

Below is a complete list of supplies used for this project. Click on each to find the item in the store.

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today. I hope you are warm in your part of the world! Have a scrappy day!



  1. Tanisha, great layout! I seemed to forget the little elements that set a page off like the strips of paper you cut from the Wittle Weaver. It is a beautiful page.

  2. Tanisha, this is a fabulous page, so many wonderful embellishments that really tie it all together. I particularly love the purple and green colors you chose.

  3. I ADORE this beautifully composed layout and what a FABULOUS idea to use the Wicker/Weavers for journal strips! I am totally STEALING that idea from you! GREAT JOB TANISHA!!!

  4. Fantastic page- love the colors too!I adore purple and don't use it too much- you did a great job with it

  5. Hi, I just want to know if the font dies can cut fabric/felt?

    Is Mini Font can cut felt too?


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