Atlanta has had a strange winter this year! Ice storm after ice storm. Very cold and unusual, but I was thankful for those few snow days.
I took many, many snow day photos, and I’ve actually made a few other layouts already – gasp! But this photo looking out of our back window one morning really stood out to me. It’s not a lot of snow and it’s definitely not the best photo I’ve ever taken, but it has a nice “calmness” about it that’s really pretty. So, I wanted to feature it on a layout.
I decided to use a sheet of patterned paper with lots of detailed design. What I call “busy” paper. I love it because when you use it, the layout almost completes itself. The most difficult part of this was finding a spot for my photo where I didn’t cover up too much of the paper’s design.
Snowed In by Moanica Caston. Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned Paper and Cutouts: Fancy Pants; Alphas: American Crafts Thickers.
Don’t be intimidated by that “busy” paper. Find a good spot to put down a photo or two and let the paper do the work for you!