Winter Wishes! by Emma Toon

Winter Wishes! by Emma Toon

Hello, it’s Emma with you today, I’d like to share with you how I’ve been using the Chipboard frames from the Winter Cottage collection. 


I chose the Blush 6x8” Sn@p! Binder for this project, look how nicely it works with the Winter Cottage collection! 



So, I said I was going to show you how I used the chipboard frames, you’ll see here how I used the first of many, the beautiful deer frame on the front of my binder. I put one of the 4x3 elements inside the frame, and then went crazy with gold thread, enamel dots, self adhesive brads, stickers, bits and pieces, chipboard pieces ...basically, I threw every embellishment I could, onto this cover!!




Right, let’s take a look now at how I used some more of the chipboard frames!

I decorated the chipboard dividers that come included with the 6x8 Snap! Binders. 

Each divider I covered with patterned papers from the 12x12 collection kit and used the tab stickers which are included with the 12x12 sticker sheet. 



Then it was time to have fun with the frames! Don’t be afraid to cut your frames to fit where you want to use them, don’t worry about turning them and covering up parts of them. 



I’ve cut these frames, turned them, and covered up parts of them, so they work for me! Use chipboard pieces, stickers, any embellishments really to add interest and detail. Enjoy, have fun!...isn’t that what’s so wonderful about being crafty!



As always I used plenty of layers on my pocket fillers too! I just love to play and enjoy picking out which embellishments I’m going to add where. 




I do hope you’ve enjoyed looking at how I’ve used the Winter Cottage collection, and maybe given you the confidence to go a little bit crazy with your embellishments and cut and change the chipboard frames, so you make the products work for you. Have fun! 


Happy Holidays! 

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