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Are you ready for some WOW'ing from the Powder Puff girls?

Hi WOW embossing powder fans, the Powder Puff girls are here with you today to post our very first ever group team post. Are you excited? We are!! Get ready for loads of inspiration from our very talented team of 6 - Birgit Koopsen, Jennifer Roach, Patti Hamil, Jan Hennings, Gini Williams Cagle, Katarina Damm-Blomberg and DT lead Gina Lideros
I hope that you enjoy our work!

Silver box by DT member Birgit Koopsen

up close detail:
technique: Birgit used the brocade stamp on a white wooden box and embossed it with Metallic Silver Regular. This was originally a tea box but this way it can be used for all kinds of things like as a little jewelry box.
supplies used: WOW powders Metallic Silver regular
WOW powders Skyline Grey Puff
WOW powders Brocade background stamp
WOW powders script stamp (from call me set)

Birthday tag by DT member Katarina Damm-Blomberg
supplies: WOW background stamp flowers
WOW powders Bubblegum Regular
WOW powders Sierra Sunrise Regular

Call me card by DT member Patti Hamil
technique: Patti used the floral background stamp for the main portion of the card. Then added the script stamp, phone and call me sentiment from the call me stamp set.
supplies: WOW Powders Pantry collection: Paprika, Honey,Olive, Pepper, Blueberry & Nutmeg
WOW powders Call Me stamp set
WOW powders floral background stamp
KaiserCraft blooms

Discovery layout by DT member Gini Williams Cagle

close up detail:
technique: The butterflies were stamped, embossed, cut and layered. To achieve a spritzed pattern using the embossing powders, Gini sprayed Goosebumps then sprinkled with the embossing powders.
supplies: Wow Powders: Earthtone Olive, Earthtone Honey, Bay Area Blue, Metallic Copper Regular
Wow powders Build a Butterfly Stamp
Pion Designs Patterned Papers
Worldwin Papers Cardstock
Versamark Ink
Versamark Ink pen
Tsukineko Goose Bumps
Lifestyle Crafts Die
Epiphany Crafts Round 14 bubble cap, Round 25 bubble cap, vintage setting
Pink Paislee letters
Want2Scrap Pearls

Treats tin by DT member Jan Hennings
technique: Jan embossed the metal frame on the tin with Cable Car Red and then embossed random areas with Earthtone Pepper. She also embossed parts of the metal trim piece with Cable Car Red.
supplies: WOW powders Cable Car Red
WOW powders Earthtone pepper

Thanks card by DT member Jennifer Roach

technique: The background was created by stamping the flower background stamp in
Versamark ink onto white cardstock. Then Jennifer applied the earthtone embossing
powders one at a time and heat. Using a sponge, she add some distress ink
around the edges.
WOW powders Flowers background stamp
Wow powders: Earthtones: Paprika, Honey, Olive and Nutmeg
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink (Vintage Photo), Versamark
Papers: DCVW cardstock, Georgia Pacific white cardstock, Bazzill cardstock
Accessories: Basic Grey button, SRM Sentiment Sticker, Spellbinder's
Nestabilities die, Cuttlebug embossing powder, gold ribbon bow
(recycled from a Christmas gift basket)

girl canvas by DT lead Gina Lideros
technique: Gina stamped random circles all over the canvas by using the end of a pencil with versamark ink, then sprinkled cotton candy powder on top. She also used
the cloud template from WOW powders with versamark ink and sprinkled bubble gum powder on top. The photo corner was embossed with gummy bear green and the butterflies using cotton candy
supplies: WOW powders candy counter collection: cotton candy,bubble gum, gummy bear green, WOW powders cloud template (coming soon)

WOW, WOW, WOW, so what do you think of the powders and stamps. Totally amazing huh? And are team? So talented! I am so inspired by these ladies!

I hope that you have enjoyed all of the fantastic projects that our team has put together for you. Our team has had so much fun playing with all the new stamps and powders from WOW and we hope that you will get the chance to play with them too. Stop by tomorrow for more inspiration.


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