Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Winter Fun Part II

There are so many great winter activities, that I decided to display them all for January.
I used several SVG Attic files to create this project listed below under Materials Used.
I really wanted an old style sled. I decided to put a couple of SVG Attic files together and create my own sled!




You can't have winter fun without snow! This new snowflake is gorgeous with the glitter paper. 
I like to watch hockey, ice skate not so much (getting too old for falling on ice), same goes for skiing, but building a snowman is still fun!  


















The lights make this set serene when lit up at night! 

This concludes my take on winter and I hope to not see anymore snow for a long time! 
Materials Used:
JGW Snow Flurries~Snowman, large snowflakes (3)
JGW Snow flurries
JGW Winter Wonderland Wreath~Ice skates, skis and ski pole
JGW Winter Wonderland Wreath
January Calendar Graphic Quilt Panel (Silhouette Design Store) A SnapDragon Snippet file~Sled and January sentiment
Trellis Arbor 2 Designs (Silhouette Design Store) A SnapDragon Snippet file~Sled

Snowflake 3D Stick Ornament (Silhouette Design Store) A SnapDragon Snippet file~Snowflake

JGW Marquees

JGW Just Sew

Recollections paper: blue, light blue, silver, and shimmer gray
Rinea Foil: blue, light blue, and silver (snowflakes, ski, skate, hockey stick)
Silhouette Cameo 3
Silhouette Studio Designer Edition
Scotch ATG gun
Aleene's Original Tacky Glue
Recollections Brads

4 comments:

  1. This is such an awesome project! All those tiny pieces for the items inside that box. ALL of that glitter paper and snow makes it look so magical!

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    1. Thank you Beth. I almost didn't use the glitter paper for fear of it dulling my blade, but I am glad that I used it!

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  2. Sonja, this is stunning! Really love your style and how you put this all together. You've got a new follower! :)

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    1. Awe! Well thank you! It was a joy to figure out how to scale everything down and assemble everything into something new!

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