Scrapbook How To: Make Icicles for Winter Pages

Stacy Croninger, Digital Managing Editor

Stacy Croninger, Digital Managing Editor

Hi everyone!

With winter firmly in place in many parts of the country adding winter accents to your scrapbook pages should be as fun as taking the photos and creating the memories. Kim Watson created a winter effect on her layout Yes, Ice is Slippery, Dear in the Scrapbooking Ideas for Every Season special issue.

Yes, Ice is Slippery, Dear by Kim Watson from Scrapbooking Ideas for Every Season

Yes, Ice is Slippery, Dear by Kim Watson from Scrapbooking Ideas for Every Season

Notice that Kim used colors on her layout that matched the photos, so not necessarily winter colors (although the light teal background does add a cool touch to the layout). The real winter feel comes from the icicles she add to the top left corner and on one of her photos. These icicles are easy to make and add the perfect feel to the layout.

Create your own icicles:

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The fine point on the dimensional glaze bottle makes easy work when drawing the icicle drips. Make sure to place a piece of paper or paper plate under your project when applying the glitter so you can pour the excess back in the bottle.

Hopefully this idea helps you enjoy the cold winter days! Have fun creating.

Stacy Sig

 

 

 

 

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3 Responses to Scrapbook How To: Make Icicles for Winter Pages

  1. Brenda B. says:

    Fabulous layout and an awesome icicle technique.

  2. Susan S says:

    Love those icicles

  3. virginnia winstead says:

    great idea. i can’t see what the second product is. Please tell me what it is so I can make icicles. thanks

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