Winter Wonderland with Emerald Creek embossing powder

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Winter Wonderland with Emerald CreekNew month, new challenge over at Emerald Creeks. This month’s challenge is “Canada the Beautiful” and I created a winter wonderland. Of course I could have used the obvious maple leaf, but I wanted to create a different version.

That’s why I created a snow scene. I would love to see Canada in the winter. Unfortunately I have been up there, but I really want to go sometime. I like the winter and living in California and I’m missing the seasons sometimes. I imagine that the snow is white and puffy and it’s all quite. Forest scenes in the winter are my favorite and could just stand there and stare at them forever. Emerald Creek has the perfect embossing powder for this – Fractured Ice. Seriously, it’s genius. It has a lot of clear embossing powder in it, so it takes the color from the paper underneath. Plus, it’s filled with black and blue pieces and a little glitter.

To include the Canada theme, I scribbled the Canadian anthem all around my winter scene. My handwriting is terrible, but for this project I think it actually worked πŸ˜›

I have a video for you. That’s the best way to see the beauty of this embossing powder on white, clear and black surfaces.

Aaaaaaah (imagine a high pitched singing voice). Gorgeous!!! Right?

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inter Wonderland with Emerald Creek

inter Wonderland with Emerald Creek

One Comment:

  1. What a fabulous challenge! You’re right about our Winters here in Canada. The snow is white and fluffy and sometimes it’s so quiet all you can hear is yourself breathing. I LOVE it! I can’t wait until the snow comes after our very hot and dry Summer. First though, we get to enjoy our beautiful Fall season. It’s a beautiful card, Josefine! πŸ™‚

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