Aspen Frost Blog Hop!

Hello there everyone! back with some talented ladies today to share in a fun blog hop for BasicGrey, showcasing one of the new collections called Aspen Frost

Charming and familiar, wild and sweet, a juxtaposition of Christmas past and present, Aspen Frost by BasicGrey holds all the joy and tradition of a homespun holiday. In neutral birch, iced cranberry, red hot cinnamon, dazzling white, glacier blue and green apple, Aspen Frost is the comfort and blessing of yummy pies, sparkling drinks and a warm flame burning in the hearth.

I have found working with this new collection to be quite fun and the traditional colours of Christmas, just makes me wish to make even more cards with it…

You should have arrived from Jana Eubank’s blog

Here is what I have created for your inspiration…

I had fun creating this card by using stamping, die cut shapes and pretty pattern papers all from this collection, adding some score lines for that touch of elegance, doily die cut and bling to make it even more Christmassy….

I adore the stamps and pattern papers from this collection and seem to gravitate towards them each time I pick up this collection…I know that a lot of my Christmas cards this year will come directly from this
collection..

Now, how would you like to win the Aspen Frost Collection Pack?  See the giveaway box below…

a Rafflecopter giveaway

If the chance to win a collection pack is exciting, what about the chance to win one of each product in the Aspen Frost collection?  Thought you might be interested!

Simply head over to the BasicGrey Facebook page and let us know your favorite product in the Aspen Frost collection!  A winner will be selected at random from all comments received today.

Now it is time to hop on over to Kelly Noel’s blog… if you find a link that doesn’t work, you can always hop back to the BasicGrey blog for a list of direct links to all of the blogs in the hop.

Have fun checking out all the inspiration today…

Hugs

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