When I woke up this morning, it was -20 degrees F, with -32 windchill. And let me tell you, cold as it was, I was relieved that school wasn't cancelled. Again. It would have made the 7th day school was cancelled this year due to winter. At this rate, we would be attending school until July.
Though this winter has been the bane of teachers and parents, according to my boys it has been the best winter EVER. And so I needed to scrap it. Here's my page:
I used a sketch from Simple Scrapper. The background I cut from about 8 different pieces of Kraft-toned patterned paper, mostly strips, but one punched and one fussy cut. I then die cut snowflakes in two shades of purple, one the Pantone Color of the Year:
I picked this color not just because it matches my winter jacket, but also because of the winter weather maps:
Guess who's in the Radiant Purple region? Yup, that includes Minnesota.
Here's some details from my page:
I used some label stamps from October Afternoon for this page, plus some orchid brads, gems, and buttons from Stampin' Up!
Thank you for checking out my page! Stop by Simple Scrapper at the start of the month for more great pages made from templates and story starters, and stop by someplace warm just to remember that spring and summer WILL happen.