This week’s weather challenge is snow (atmospheric water vapor frozen into ice crystals and falling in light white flakes or lying on the ground as a white layer).
For this round of Weekly Weather collages I decided to do another atlas as my base. However, the pages/signatures came apart from the binding so I’ll be doing each two page spread separately and when I come to the end of the year or when we start repeating the weather topics, I’ll bind them all together.
This week’s topic is Snow (atmospheric water vapor frozen into ice crystals and falling in light white flakes or lying on the ground as a white layer).
Baby, its cold outside!!!!!
The topic for Weekly Weather this week is Cold! Really? Just look out the window!!! On another note, in one more week we say good-bye to Weekly Weather for 4 months! The Color Your World will be happening instead and in May the Weekly Weather will resume. At the bottom of the post is the badge for Color Your World so you can check out the challenge and maybe participate!
Cold, Full 2-page spread
Cold, left page detail – collaged over a map of Russia, or as this older atlas reads Soviet Union. Snowflake brads and buttons, snowman buttons, tree buttons and magazine pictures.
More snowflakes and tiny snowmen! Makes me cold(er) just looking at it!
It may be raining cats and dogs here (thank you, T.S. Matthew) but I’ve got snow on my mind! This Saturday’s Weekly Weather Challenge topic is SNOW.
Snow, full 2-page spread. Collage of die-cut snowflakes, pearl brads, felt snowmen, rhinestone letters, beaded snowflakes and two magazine photos of snow paintings; all on a base of a map of Canada. Those folks get a lot of snow, don’t they?!
Snow, left page detail
Snow, right page detail
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