Magic is in the Air

When I saw the Kelly Purkey November Kit: A Little Bit of Magic I knew just what photos I wanted to scrap.  Being that we don’t get any snow here in California, I take as many pics as possible when we visit my in-laws in Upstate New York.

Photo Dec 10, 12 34 20 PMFirst I stamped the “Totally Magical” square on plain white cardstock, cut it out, and adhered it to my photo with the pups.  The “collect magical moments” card is from the November Kit as well.

Photo Dec 10, 12 34 27 PMI stamped the large “MAGICAL” stamp a little offset on the edge of my icicles photo.  These icicles were indeed magical in that they were growing UP from the ground.  The structure was crazy and I couldn’t get over the striations that made them up.  The mug card and clock strip were originally cards from the October kit, but can now be picked up as digital printables.

Photo Dec 10, 12 34 48 PM

I stamped the skinny “Magic in the Air” stamp on white cardstock and attached the strip to the bottom of my snow photo.  I was wishing I had a macro lens to take pics of the snowflakes because they were perfectly dry, light, and fluffy.

Photo Dec 10, 12 34 53 PM

As always I printed out my photos at home on Red River Paper Co (68 lb. Ultra Pro Satin 4.0) using my Canon MG7520 printer.  I can’t explain how perfect this photo paper is.  Time and time again I get compliments on my photos and even awe when they find out I printed them myself.  Let me know if you have any questions!  And thanks for stopping by!

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