I started out with a plain piece of kraft cardstock, and using watermark ink (Versamark would give a similar effect), randomly stamped snowflakes from the Let it Snow Flourished Snowflake set to create a subtle background. This is a set of six beautiful stamps - imagine the possibilities for winter scrapbook layouts!
I then cut the title and flourished deer out of red cardstock using these cut files and the Silhouette Cameo. The cut files are available in the Silhouette store here. Electronic cut files are just so versatile for scrapbooking because you can customize them so easily. For example, I decided that I just wanted the Merry from this cut file, so I deleted the '& bright' part and resized Merry to fit the page and cut it out of red cardstock. You might think about asking Santa for a Silhouette Cameo for Christmas.
Here's the deer with flourished antlers cut file. So pretty.
I embellished the page with some scraps of patterned paper and washi tape and added a Quietfire Design Christmas stamp that brings the page together beautifully.
Merry Christmas! Be sure to take some photographs with your loved ones and capture some memories.
Supply List: Stampin Up cardstock, patterned paper, punch, corner rounder and washi tape, Clearsnap ink, Quietfire Design stamps and cutting files, Silhouette Cameo die cutting machine, Elizabeth Craft designs stitched circle dies, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L