Hello, Connie Nichol here today with a scrapbook layout featuring mountains and winter.     I  know I seem to be on a bit of a Lake Louise scrapbooking binge lately, but it’s purely random and l only typically visit Lake Louise once a year.  I happened to see this Quietfire Design quote stamp about dark pointed firs and was totally inspired to create a layout  around it with pictures I snapped last month when I visited the mountains with my teenager.  The trees were SO pretty after a huge snowfall!  I loved the quote so much I found the rest of it on the internet in the Total Works of Lucy Maud Montgomery:
The night was clear and frosty, all ebony of shadow and silver of snowy slope; big stars were shining over the silent fields; here and there the dark pointed firs stood up with snow powdering their branches and the wind whistling through them.   Sigh.  Beautiful.
connie nichol, lake louise, mountains, momenta, quietfire designI used Momenta cardstock to create the layout, and embellished it with Momenta metal snowflake stickers and a few sequins.  The cardstock has beautiful texture and subtle patterns, both for the layout base and the mountains.   I just hand cut some triangles from the gray cardstock and dabbed them with a bit of white molding paste.
The title combines the Elizabeth Craft Designs die Beautiful along with some Momenta alphabet stickers.   I also used Elizabeth Craft Designs stitched rectangle dies to cut out the quote and its mat.  This set of dies are one of my most used sets.  They are so very useful. The Beautiful  die comes packaged with the die ‘Amazing’, which would also have worked on this layout.  And Lake Louise is truly a beautiful and amazing place at any time of the year.  Enjoy the rest of the winter!


Supplies Used:  Momenta cardstock, metal stickers, alphabet stickers, Elizabeth Craft Designs dies, Quietfire Designs quote stamp, Ranger ink and molding paste, Tombow adhesive, Brother sewing machine, May Arts ribbon, Sakura black pen.

Have a wonderful day!

Connie Nichol - Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
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  1. Teresa Cowx Reply

    Love your layout Connie. Simple but striking. Thanks for sharing.