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Rainbows all the way!

Hi everyone
Its my turn to share with you my Rainbow challenge card for this month!
I love rainbows, just something about them that makes me happy!

So this is what I used to create my 'happy' card.

I used Pink and Main Happy For You stamp set with all those gorgeous different colours of embossing powders - all from the Primary range -  Pink Robin, Marshmallow, Sunset Orange, Lemon, Luscious Lime, Lagoon and Indigo with a bit of beautiful sparkle in the Pearl Gold Sparkle!

I stamped the wording using my stamping platform, starting with Lemon, working up and they down my card blank.

Stamped the sentiment using the amazing WOW! Clear Ultra Slow Drying Embossing Pad, sprinkled over the powder, tap the excess off and heat to reveal the fabulous shiny finish.

I then stamped the 'Happy' from Pink and Main Happy Stamp set and sprinkled over the stunning Pearl Gold Sparkle embossing powder, again using my stamping platform.  I was then able to ink the 'happy' and stamp again, …
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This month's theme at WOW! embossing powder is "rainbows". My fave! I love rainbows, they make me happy.
I generally don't use a lot of different embossing powders at the same time because I don't like warping. Plus the more times I emboss the same paper, the more stray powder I have, no matter what I do. So I decided to challenge myself to use several powders on my card and I'm glad I did.

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WOW! Embossing Pad WOW! Primary Ebony Regular embossing powder WOW! Metalline Perfect Plum Regular embossing powder WOW! Primary Parma Violet Regular embossing powder WOW! Primary Blue Tang Regular embossing powder WOW! Primary Apple Red Regular embossing powder WOW! Primary Bird of Paradise Regular embossing powder

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