Thursday, January 13, 2022


I love little Christmas Villages, so today I made a fun project using the Let it Snow collection and files from Lori Whitlock.

One of my favorite Doodlebug products is undoubtedly the Icon Stickers. I can decorate any project and the result will always be fantastic, the shine they give to the project is unmatched, look how beautiful everything looks.

I also love all of the Doodle pops, these amazing 3D stickers add such fun and dimension!  See how cute Santa looks coming to give gifts with his friend the reindeer. HAHAHA!

And of course you could not miss the Santa sleigh which I added gift boxes with beautiful bows of ribbon and twine.

I hope that my project today inspires you to continue creating.  Thank you for reading and see you soon.



Let it Snow Collection
Doodle Twine

Wednesday, January 12, 2022


Winter is here! And if you are in the northern hemisphere that means we are enjoying frigid temperatures and lots of the white fluffy snow. Living in Canada gives you an appreciation for all the seasons, especially the winter months! You learn to enjoy the snow and the time outdoors, so many memories made in the snow. So, I am using the super fun Let It Snow to document my littles (niece and nephew) during a snow day!
I started by hand stitching a few simple snowflakes to the b side of the Frosty Floral paper.   I wanted to bring the feel of falling snow to the page.  So, once I finished stitching, I splattered white ink on the page.

I added a few sprinkles to the center of each of the  hand stitched snowflake. The small pops of color bring the snowflakes to life!

I wanted to create a winter scene at the bottom of the page.  For this, I ripped a piece of the North Pole paper and set it at the bottom of the page. I then used the natural line of  the paper to set the pictures on the page.  I added a few Bits and Pieces  to the corners of the pictures just to enhance the sentiment of the layout.

I used pieces from the Odds and Ends, and Chit Chat to add more embellishments to the page.  All those fun phrases are perfect to create a title for the page. Just a few extra stickers, doodle pop pieces and extra sprinkles complete the page.

Love how this turned out.  Those snowmen are perfect in this page.  Remember to check the Let It Snow collection, you are going to love it!  XO

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Let It Snow Collection


Embroidery thread, white ink

Tuesday, January 11, 2022


Hi All! Today I am sharing a winter gift wrapping idea using the adorable Let it Snow collection. I decided to make a little milk carton box. 

I started with plain bubblegum cardstock for the milk carton box and measured to have a base of 3 x 3". I used one of the patterned papers from the Let it Snow collection to line all the sides and add some bright color. 

From there, I started with embellishing. I popped up the house cardstock sticker on a couple pieces of foam tape so it really stands out and added some other elements from the Chit Chat and Odds & Ends pack around. 

To finish the box, I added some of the Christmas Assortment Jewels and a mini clothespin and bow. 

Hope you liked seeing some details of this project. Happy Crafting! 


Let It Snow Collection
Mini Jewels
Mini Clothespins
Textured Cardstock
Chunky Twine

Monday, January 10, 2022


Winter is here in the Northeast!  I have a couple of friends celebrating birthdays this month, so I thought I'd use the Let it Snow Collection along with the Arctic Friends Doodle Stamps to make some fun box cards!

I love making dimensional scenes in my box cards.  For my first card, I created the card base using dies from my stash.  I then added adorable little polar bear from the Arctic Friends Doodle Stamps, a few trees from the Winter Wonderland Doodle Stamps and the mountains from the Great Outdoors Set.  The sentiment is from the Arctic Friends set, and is perfect for my friend's birthday!

For my next card, I stamped and colored the cute little sea creatures in the Arctic Friends Set.  They are all so cute, but I do think that little Narwhal is my favorite!  I added them to some snow mounds and waves along with the fishies!

These stamps are just perfect for winter cardmaking, and I love that the Let it Snow Collection can be used for more than just the holidays!  Have you made any projects using the Let it Snow Collection, or the new Arctic Friends Stamps?  Be sure to tag Doodlebug Design on Facebook and Instagram, we always love to see what you create!  That's it for me today, thanks for stopping by to peek!

Let it Snow Collection
Arctic Friends Doodle Stamps & Doodle Cuts
Winter Wonderland Doodle Stamps & Doodle Cuts
Great Outdoors Doodle Stamps & Doodle Cuts


Mini Slimline Outside the Box Level Up Die
Copic Markers
Sizzix Big Shot

Thursday, January 6, 2022


We got our first big snow recently and Liam had to get outside to make snow angels! I snapped a few photos and I knew the Let It Snow collection would be perfect to document these cute photos!

I pulled out the Let It Snow 6x6 paper pad and some star dies from my stash and began die cutting!

Once all my stars were die cut I started to lay them out on my white cardstock that I trimmed down to 11.50x11.50! I layered a lot of the stars up using foam adhesive to add a lot of dimension.

I used a half circle template to trace a line to the left and right of the paper so I knew where to place my star clusters! I love how it turned out and it left a perfect spot in the center of the page to place my photos! I matted my photos on papers from the 6x6 paper pad and added some tab stickers from the 12x12 This & That Let It Snow sticker sheet!

I added a few word stickers from the Let It Snow 12x12 sticker sheet to the center of some of the stars and a one from the Winter Wonderland sticker sheet! I used some stickers to embellish around my photos and sprinkled some enamel dots around the page.

To finish off my layout I matted the white cardstock on two different pattern papers from the Let It Snow collection! I love how it turned out and showcases so many of the pattern papers from the collection!

Thank you so much for stopping by and are inspired to create using the Let It Snow collection!

Doodlebug Products Used
Let It Snow Collection
Winter Wonderland This & That Stickers

Other Products Used
Elle' Studio My Star Metal Dies
Echo Park Stitched Star Dies

Wednesday, January 5, 2022


Every year after Christmas, it has become a tradition for me to sit down and use my latest Christmas collection to try to create some winter themed birthday cards. Doodlebug always creates such a wonderful Christmas collection that it is hard for me to put it away. On top of that, the collections are usually so versatile that it is easy to use them in different ways. And with a slew of birthdays in the winter in our family, it has become a useful and fun annual challenge. All-3-Start

I had eagerly been waiting to use the Arctic Friends stamps for this project. This set is full of fun critters that can be used in all sorts of fun ways. With coordinating Doodlecuts, you can stamp and cut in no time at all!


The Let It Snow Bits and Pieces create the perfect layering pieces to add dimension to your cards. They come in all sorts of fun shapes like tags and little sheets of paper, so layering them up on your cards is fun and easy. And they happen to be the perfect size for the stamps too!


The sentiments that you will find in this stamp set are perfect for winter greeting cards too - no Christmas themed sentiments here! Just fun little puns that you can use for birthdays or other fun greetings.


Top your cards with some pretty mini jewels and/or some mini paper clips and you have a fun layered nd textured card that is as fun to look at as it is to receive.


To be honest, I actually can't wait to make more of these cards. In fact, I think even our family summer babies might be getting ones from this collection too! I hope they made you smile.

Thanks for stopping by!


Doodlebug Design Product:
Let It Snow Collection
Arctic Friends Doodle Stamps and Doodle Cuts
Christmas Assortment Cards & Envelopes
Mini Jewels
Mini Paper clips

Other Products:
Alcohol Markers
White Cardstock

Tuesday, January 4, 2022


Happy Tuesday friends, and Happy New Year!! I hope everyone is looking forward to lots of creative and crafty adventures ahead in 2022! I know I am! My mini album passion just keeps my brain in overdrive most days, so I'm excited to share a fun new acrylic album with you today.  

I'm absolutely loving the Let It Snow collection.  Not only is it perfect for Christmas photos, but it has all the adorable winter feels too!  So, my friends who are living the snow life right now ... here's one for you!

I created this fun acrylic album with my laser printer (the album will be available in my shop this Friday) and used lots of cute Let It Snow product ... 12x12 papers, odds & ends, chit chat, bits & pieces, and sprinkles.  The key to a cute acrylic album???  Finding die cuts, (hello snowpeople!)  that match up back to back. 

See those cute little tag tops across the acrylic tabs?  Those are from the 6x6 sheet called To & From.  And the adorable little centers are dots from the Frosty Friends shape sprinkles.  I just love tiny little shiny dots!! :)

Hi Harry!  Good to see you back this year! ❤️

For this page, I used a card from the Sweet Santa paper, a little mat called Merry & Bright, and one of my favorite pieces from the Bits & Pieces.  I love scallop circles!
I thought you might like to see a little flip through of the album so .... 

Thanks so much for checking in!  I hope my project has inspired you to be creative today.  Until next time ... happy crafting!

Doodlebug Products Used
Let It Snow Collection
Let It Snow Shape Sprinkles
Frosty Friends Shape Sprinkles

Acrylic album by Traci Penrod
Binding Rings by Clear Scraps

Monday, January 3, 2022


Hi friends! Happy New Year! I hope 2022 brings you lots of happiness, fun and of course, crafty good times! I'm here today to share a Winter themed project I made with the Let It Snow Collection! This collection is so can pick and choose so many different elements and themes from it. Today's projects feature the adorable snow people found in the collection. Snow people are great for both Christmas and Winter in general. I made some treat favors and a mini card. This would be a great suite of things for a party. You could use any wonderful Doodlebug Collection to tailor it to your occasion. I do love an aqua/pink/red color combination too! 


I used some cello bags and filled them with Sixlets in the prettiest shade of aqua to look like snowballs! I added my topper and used the Let It Snow collection along with Chunky Twine and Mini Doilies. So easy and fun to make these treats. The staples that hold the topper in place are covered with the pretty patterned papers.


I die cut and decorated a couple of treat bags! I do love these red and white stripes!! I added Doodle Cuts Mini Tags, some tiny clothespins and also some more twine to add embellishment.




Here's a little mini card that you can use with your treats or just so easy to put in a gift card or use as a place card! If you swap out the sentiment, this could also be a super cute Valentine card!






Cheers to a new year! I'll be back soon with another project! Until then, happy crafting and Happy New Year!




Let It Snow Collection
Chunky Twine and Twine
Mini Doilies
Mini Jewels
Mini Clothespins
Hearts Sprinkles
Doodle Cuts Mini Tags Dies
Rainbow Glitter Assortment


Treat Bag Die Cut
Cello Bags
White Cardstock


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