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Snowy Textures using WOW! White Puff Powder with Ankita





Hi everyone! Today I'm sharing a very snowy winter scene which I made using the WOW! White Puff embossing powder. This powder is heaven for anyone who wants to create a snow scene with lots of texture to it. I started by created a background using the Stacked Edges dies from Pretty Pink Posh and created a winter sweater argyle print with it.


I stamped my images which are from Hello Bluebird Frosty Friends stamp set on a piece of copic friendly cardstock and colored them all in using my copic markers. I die cut white cardstock using Hillside borders die from Lawn Fawn and stamped WOW embossing ink all over it and heat embossed with the White Puff Powder. It created the snowy scene for my snowmen.


Using the Charlie's Alpha dies I die cut the word Joy using Red Glitter paper and crafty foam. I adhered all the elements together using foam tape and liquid glue. 


I finally mounted the argyle panel on a 5.5 inches by 4.25 inches top folding card base made from Neenah Solar White Classic Crest cardstock. That finished off my card.

If you look closely you can see the beautiful texture of the embossing powder! It is gorgeous and so realistic. I can't wait to use it again on my Christmas projects.

I hope you liked the card I made. Thank you so much for stopping by to read this post! Have a wonderful day. 


Comments

  1. I love your cute snowmen and the argyle pattern makes a great background Ankita, and love the puffy snow too, and finished beautifully with the red glittery sentiment. x

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  2. Thank you for sharing this wonderful card. The snow looks great, and I love your argyle background.

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