BasicGrey Aspen Frost Blog Hop!

Welcome to the BasicGrey Aspen Frost Blog Hop!  You should have arrived here from the blog of name SHANNON TIDWELL.

Charming and familiar, wild and sweet, a juxtaposition of Christmas past and present, Aspen Frost by BasicGrey holds all the joy and tradition of a homespun holiday. In neutral birch, iced cranberry, red hot cinnamon, dazzling white, glacier blue and green apple, Aspen Frost is the comfort and blessing of yummy pies, sparkling drinks and a warm flame burning in the hearth.

SUPPLIES: Aspen Frost Collection: Collection Pack, Element Stickers, Printed Chipboard, Die Cut Shapes. Other: Cardstock (brown), Brown Twine, Black Journaling Pen, Foam Square, Adhesives, Trimmer.

I love the warmth and traditional feel of the Aspen Frost collection. I had a lot of fun playing with the Die Cut Shapes, Chipboard Stickers and Stickers on this page, tucking them here and there behind my photo grouping. I used the long chipboard banner as my title and to connect my photos together. The stamp shaped journal die cut had the phrase “Ho Ho Ho” on it, which didn’t exactly go with the photos on this page, so I layered a sticker over the top of it with a foam square.

My favorite element on this page are the chipboard ornaments. I hung them from the top of my page using a bit of brown and white twine from my stash.

Want a chance to win an Aspen Frost collection pack? Be sure to leave a comment on this post by 9:00 p.m. Mountain tonight, September 13th, 2012.

If the chance to win a collection pack is exciting, what about the chance to win one of each product in the Aspen Frost collection?  We thought you might be interested!  Simply head over to the BasicGrey Facebook page and let us know your favorite product in the Aspen Frost collection!  A winner will be selected at random from all comments received today.

Next, it’s time to hop over to

JOY TAYLOR’S BLOG.

Remember, if you find a link that doesn’t work, you can always hop back to the BasicGrey blog for a list of direct links to all of the blogs in the hop.

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63 thoughts on “BasicGrey Aspen Frost Blog Hop!

  1. I LOVE the diagonal, striped paper you used in your layout! I don’t know what exactly I’d use it for, but it would make it’s way to several projects at my house!

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  2. great use of the embellishments!!

    i would use it for our old snow pics (since we are getting ready to move to a year round warm weather location!)

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  3. This turned out awesome! Love the flowers tucked in on the left and the circles and layered ornaments on the right. Oh, and that little banner word strip between your photos…. All these perfect touches made it beautiful. 🙂

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  4. Great layout! These papers are just perfect! Love the hanging ornaments with the extra little bling on them and the circles that peek out.

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  5. Beautiful layout! I love how the pictures are framed! I love this collection and especially the birch paper. I think it’s perfect for both winter and fall projects! Thanks for the chance!

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  6. Love the ornaments on the corner of your photo! Also love BasicGrey and would LOVE to win the Aspen collection to make Christmas and Valentine’s Day cards! Thanks!

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  7. Love the ornaments on the corner of your photo. Also love BasicGrey and would LOVE to win the Aspen collection to make Christmas and Valentine’s Day cards! Thanks!

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  8. Jana, this is such a lovely layout! Thanks for sharing!! I am sorry I missed the blog hop, though!

    I wanted to thank you for the great sketch you provided for this month’s challenge at DCWV. It was so much fun creating a card using your sketch. I am a big fan….keep all the goodies coming!!

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