Feeling Frosty

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FEELING FROSTY – July 14, 2010 – Fairbanks, Alaska

JOURNALING: We visited the Ice Museum with its fantastic ice sculptures and watched a demonstration on how the ice is carved from huge chunks with power tools. I could not convince Matt to take a nap in the ice house.

PHOTOGRAPHS: Angela Shetzer of Shetzers Photography Workshops and Tours

SUPPLIES USED: BasicGrey Granola patterned paper, Kraft cardstock, Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Faded Jeans, Stampabilities Black Ink, Doodlebug Designs Paper Frills in Lily White, EK Success Corner Rounder, Gel Writer, Sheer Shimmer Spritz in Frost, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist in Denim blue, Liquid Pearls in White Opal, Stickles in Star Dust, Diamond Glaze, Letter Stencils, Cricut Expression with MSSeasonal cartridge, SCAL with snowflake and journal tag svg shapes

TECHNIQUE NOTES: I’m sure you are like me and have lots of those plastic letter templates laying around. I decided that I wanted to use on this layout so I went about “building” my title of Feeling Frosty. I started out by tracing the letters on my kraft background paper with a pencil. I lightly erased the pencil marks so they would not show through on my final image. Then I traced all the outlines of the letters with small dots using my Liquid Pearls. Once that was dry, I filled the inside of the letters with my Star Dust Stickles. After even more drying time, I filled in the letters with Diamond Glaze to give them so dimension and shine. Perfect title with no alphabets or Cricut needed.

FEELING FROSTY – July 14, 2010 – Fairbanks, Alaska