I stamped the largest snowflake in the set repeatedly on a strip of cardsotck and coloured them in with markers to create a customized colour coordinated border. I added a bit of Stickles glitter glue at the end to give the snowflakes a little sparkle.
I created the page title by stamping 'let it snow' on a circular piece of watercolour paper, colouring in the letters with a blue Tombow watercolour marker and then brushing a wet paintbrush over the letters to spread the colour a bit. After the paper dried, I coloured the letters in again to make them a bit darker and touched up the snowflakes with some Stickles. Easy and done! Add a bit of machine stitching and it really looks fancy.
Here's what the Let it Snow Snowman set looks like - it is a very versatile set of five stamps for all sorts of winter themed projects. Although this layout wasn't about snowmen at all, the title and the snowflakes were perfect accents for a skiiing layout. I love how you can customize the look with different inks and colouring agents. Perfect for a frugal scrapbooker.
Supplies used for layout: Quietfire Design stamps, Elizabeth Crafts watercolour paper, Tombow markers, Simple Stories patterned paper and stickers, Brother sewing machine, May Arts ribbon.