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2.20.2012

Winter Wonderland from My Little Shoebox




















{Reported by Sharyn Tormanen}

While Christmas might be behind us, if you're anything like me - there are still a few Christmas things to take care of that carry the holiday fun well into January. When I received this fun Winter Wonderland package from My Little Shoebox, I envisioned all sorts of winter creating!

What I liked:
-I like that this line can easily accommodate three months of winter. It supports Christmas, winter activities: snowman building, sledding, skating - it all work. The whimsy of the pink and red prints would also make for fun Valentine creating.
- I love the selection and whimsy of the cardstock stickers.
- The punch-outs were of a quality that are easy to punch out and don't tear

What I disliked:
- I struggled with the 3D roll-up flowers both practically and physically. Practically - it would be difficult to mail a card or store a layout with them on it, so they lend themselves more towards altered projects and physically because I just couldn't get the hang of them. I resorted to a lot of Glue Dots to keep them from behaving like a party blower, and they still aren't as clean as I'd like them.

What I made:


A thank you card - easily used for the holidays or any occasion

A welcome home card. Again, I love the whimsy.

The patterns worked well together to be a part of my 2011 Christmas card album. The cheeriness of it blends nicely with our home.

And I added one of the little house cardstock stickers on the back

Where and How Much:
Product: Winter Wonderland
Manufacturer: My Little Shoebox
MSRP:
Available Online: Scrappin' Spot,

What do you think?  Is this a line you would scrap all your winter photos?  Let us know!

1 comments:

Houses Built of Cards said...

I normally wouldn't think I would love those colors for winter pictures...but this past winter I took some pictures of my girls that would be PERFECT for that paper! Thanks for sharing!!!

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