Mosaic Snow Scrapbook Layout

As you have seen from my previous blog posts, I am in love with two types of scrapbooking.  I enjoy the traditional scrapbooking, but I also enjoy the mosaic side of scrapbooking, especially when I want to accent my pictures with other pictures that really show off the event I am scrapping.  Here the very first mosaic page that I ever made about two years ago when I first discovered this technique.  I wanted to scrap my son playing in the snow but I also wanted to put in pictures of the scenery covered in snow around the house.  This page is how I merged the two.
The Great Snow Of 2010

I centered my little angel making his snow angel in the middle of the page and the surrounded that picture with others that showed the excitement of winter.  The panoramic picture of the farm at the top is actually two pictures that were easily spliced together using the mosaic technique.  Can you tell where one picture stops and the other starts?  Mosaics allow for such creativity and you can still incorporate your stamps in the page.  I was pretty proud of my first attempt at this technique.
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Patti said...

I love this page. What a great idea. Will have to give this a try.

Dale Morin said...

I love mosaic scrapbooking too. Your page is great. TFS

Penny Hanuszak said...

Stacy I'm loving this layout and the mosaic technique. Beautifully done. Your little guy is pretty cute too! TFS.

Shari Winterstein said...

It would take me a week to get this many pieces straight. What a fabulous job on this page. Thanks for blessing my day. :)

Debbie Martin said...

I love doing these mosaic pages. Great job! TFS


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