Hoar Ice

Hoar Ice


This is some creative team work for Flying Unicorn. This is a layout I did of the crazy Hoar Ice we had recently. So in a nutshell Hoar ice and Rime Ice is where water vapors change directly to ice formations with out becoming a liquid first. It usually involves sub-freezing air and wet conditions.The difference between the two depends on the crystal formation and at times can be hard to tell apart.


Riddersholm has two “fence” papers in this collection. I had already used on as a background and needed to come up with something a bit different with the other. So I made a fence panel. Very fitting that it is cricked, just matches my fence in the back yard.

The Small Arts Big Passion Kit came with a butterfly Die set. So I cut a bunch and made some flowers out of them.


 I added a lot of fake snow and icicles with some liquid glass. And the letters reminded me of the Rime ice, so fitting for this layout.

Here are some other pictures of the Rime Ice and Hoar Ice taken in my gardens.

Stay warm and Thank you for stopping by today.


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February Kit Info

Main Kit: Riddersholm Design Newport Collection; Scribbles, Breeze, Gobelin.

Small Arts Big Passion – Darice Embossing Essentials Assorted Butterflies.

Mixed Passion –  Petaloo Color Me Crazy Velvet Mini Blossoms White; Petaloo Mixed Blossoms Robin Egg Blue.

Other Supplies:

Lindy’s Stamp Gang Embossing Powder Purely White, 13@rts Ayeeda Paint Old Gold (October Kit) Ayeeda Ink Silver; Prima Fluid Chalk Edger Dark Rust (September Kit); Creative Embellishments Falling Leaves; American Crafts Baby Boy Glitter Letter Stickers; DecoArt Create Dimensional Snow Effects; CTMH Liquid Glass; Petal Flora Doodles Forget Me Nots White;

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1 Response to Hoar Ice

  1. Mary Reppe says:

    I love that you saw flowers in the die cut butterflies. And you pulled it off perfectly.

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