I have a layout in this month's Creating Keepsake (Aussie Reader Gallery).
I loved making this project. To achieve this look, you'll need texture paste, acrylic paint, glitter, rhinestones, white flowers, sequins, muslin, lace, distress ink, dimensional magic, and velvet iron-ons.
I've used a piece of neutral distressed patterned paper for the background - from Fancy Pants Papa range, in this case.
The project was originally made for Scrapware, so all the chipboard is from there.
To create the snow, I've slapped texture paint onto the bottom third of my page, using a spatula and being pretty heavy handed. While the texture paste was wet, I pressed into it some strips of muslin and some lace, then I sprinkled glitter liberally in some places.
The chipboard frame was painted with white acrylic paints, and then some Kindy Glitz applied when the paint was dried. I also added a bit of texture paste right on the edge of some of the scallops, as though snow had collected on the edges.
The chipboard title was also painted white and then when the paint was dry, I added a coat of dimensional magic to give it some shine.
The garden fence was painted white, and then I inked the edges with a makeup sponge and some walnut stain distress ink. It gives a really nice aged finish.
Finally I've added some velvet iron-ons down the LHS of the page, some rhinestones and pearl sequins and little white blossoms and there you have it... a winter landscape that makes you want to get out your mittens and sit down with a cup of hot chocolate :)