It's a little strange to be making a page with snowflakes and cold elements when summer has finally arrived and it's warm and sunny outside, but that's usually how it goes with paper crafts. You prepare cards ahead of the season and you scrapbook your pictures after the fact.
This page came together really quickly thanks to the Snow Patrol Simple Stories set, that includes papers and matching stickers. The picture was taken at the sugar shack during the Easter weekend, when my parents were visiting from out of town. I was trying to take a family picture of everyone and my niece Megan simply refused to go with the rest of the family to get her picture taken. Knowing how she usually operates, I asked if she would join us if I was in the picture as well and sure enough, she complied. That of course implied that the picture then became a selfie. I'm not really great at selfie picture yet and my face is only hald half in it, but it doesn't matter because it captures the memory of the beautiful sunny day being all together. And Megan's grimace, which is recurring on many pictures. We have a 50/50 chance of getting an ear-to-ear grin or a grimace. We got the latter that day.
Stamps: Alphabets (Studio G)
Patterned Papers and Stickers: Snow Patrol (Simple Stories)
Ink: Night of Navy, Cherry Cobbler
Accessories: Heart Punch, Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper,
Layering Squares Framelits Dies, White Knit Trim, Clear Wink of Stella Brush (all Stampin' Up!),
Snowflake Stickers (Doodlebug Designs), Wooden Snowflakes (Calico Studio), Journaling Pen