Okay, maybe not...too corny.
But here's the page.
Sorry about picture quality -- '98 was before I had a digital camera. Thanks to digital photography and scrapbooking, I am a much better photographer now. With my digital camera, I can pay better attention to lighting and composition, easily deleting a bad photo like this shot where Rian was hidden in the shadows of Mister Snowman. Oh well....
So, back to some of my favorite things that I find myself using a lot lately -- stardust gel pens. It just added the frosty little something I wanted on this page! Here I used the clear one, but the colored ones are awesome too.
I also enjoy layering strips of paper in differing lengths under page elements. I think it adds visual interest, brings in multiple colors, and lets me use some of the coordinating papers from a collection.
This paper is a Fancy Pants line called Frosted, which includes a strip paper made up of each coordinating paper in the line. I cut them apart and used them to make the border. Fun, easy, and visually interesting!
The last thing I wanted to point out is the title placed on the picture. I try to be sure when I am looking at my overall layout,that I don't have a picture with an unusual amount of 'white space (area that is empty of meaningful picture, or is blank). If a picture has too much white space and it does not make sense to crop the picture or change its size, I determine if there is a way to "use" the space. On this page, I used the big blank area of my front yard for my title.