Bloomfield, CT 06002
We are excited to share another project from Winterings Guest Designer Jill Cornell. She continues to show us how to coordinate the elements of our Winterings collection in her own style. Today she shares a layout with her adorable twin girls. But, first let's get to know her a little better with a few questions...
LYB: Do you scrap chronologically or out of order?
JC: I tend to scrap whatever I want whenever I feel like it but I do keep my albums somewhat in chronological order. I think if I tried to scrap chronologically I would fall trap to the myth that I need to be "caught up" on my photos.
LYB: Sit down or stand up scrapbooker?
JC: I definitely sit down. I like to watch movies and tv shows while I'm working and it's just more comfortable to me to be sitting.
LYB: Any unique tips or techniques you use?
JC: I am not much of a technique scrapbooker but I love to use my sewing machine to add texture to my projects. I tend to sew through my alphabet stickers on my layouts. I like that it helps ground them to the page.
These are photos of my twin girls last fall during our first snow. They were so excited to be outside playing! I made the photos black and white to better coordinate with the Winterings collection. I also created the page on an angle for a twist. I LOVE the transparencies in this collection - the tree and icicles provide the perfect wintry touch!
Please visit Jill's Blog Blessed Scrapper for more amazing ideas from her.
Have a wonderful weekend!