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Glitter girls are back!!!!

Hey there everyone!
 Can you believe that this is the last day of February!?
 Where does the time go!?  I guess it flies when you are having fun! 
 That is just what we have been doing here on out WOW design team! 
Please take a peek at what the Glitter Girls have been up to!

Lets take a looksie at what Benedicte Raphalen has created this month! 
 Also hop to her blog and take a peek at her adorable layouts! 
 I love her work! 

 Here is Benedicte's Technique for this card:
I used the flower background stamp with some Blueberry and Berrylicious powders. Then I punched a few circles. I stamped the leaves on a white paper, I embossed and cut them off. The ticket, hearts and the gratitude text are embossed with some Earthtone nutmeg Regular color.
Supplies used:
WOW Suzy West powder : Earthtone Nutmeg Regular
WOW Suzy West powder : Earthtone Olive Regular
WOW Suzy West powder : Earthtone Blueberry Regular
WOW Suzy West powder : Gummy Bear Green
WOW Suzy West powder : Berrylicious Regular
WOW "Gratitude" stamp set

Now lets take a peek at what Jen Matott has created this month!
When I saw this layout, I was so curious! How did she make that peacock tail feather? :)
 I love the look of it!!!!

Jen used (from the Pantry Collection) Nutmeg, Olive, Blueberry,
 (from By The Bay collection)
 Bay Area Blue AND Copper regular.
Stencil: Plaid
Versamark ink
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist and Glam

Jen created the peacock feather using the Veramark ink through a stencil and then
added one color at a time. 
Once it was set, Jen sprayed with the mist and added
droplets of Glam.  
Jen loves the effect of multiple colored powders used in one image! 

I love it too!!!  And i love the stencil!
Please hop over to Jens blog to see more eye candy!

Now lets take a peek at Amy Sotolongo's project!

Here is how Amy made this darling card!

"I stamped the FLOWERS stamp onto sticky back canvas with embossing ink and embossed it with CLEAR EMBOSSING POWDER. I then stamped the BUILD A BUTTERFLY outline stamp onto the embossed canvas three times and cut out the butterflies. I added distress ink to the butterflies and then watercolored them with water to allow the resist image to come through. For the base of the card I stamped the CALL ME scripted block stamp onto the card twice and embossed it with EARTHTONE PEPPER embossing powder. I then added distress ink for a worn look. I added the butterflies to the card using pop dots and then added bling, twine and the "hi friend" from the CALL ME stamp set for a title."

Amy used the following products for her card!

Wow Products used:
Flower stamp
Clear embossing powder
Build a Butterfly stamp set
Earthton Pepper embossing powder
Call Me stamp set

Love it!  I love the rhinestones Amy added to her butterflies also, just a little bling can add such a cute detail.
Pop on over to Amys blog by clicking here:

Now lets take a look at this darling picture frame Jeannie DeGruccio made!

I love the Audrey Hepburn quote!
Read along to see what Jeannie says about her project!

"Here is an altered glass picture frame I made. It measures 5 x 7 inches. I took the stamp called FLOWERS and embossed it on a transparency sheet with Bubble Gum powder. I then trimmed the transparency sheet and backed and matted with black and pink papers.

For the dresses and purses, I used the Bubble Gum powder, to embellish parts of each,
to be sure the pinks all matched.
I printed the Audrey Hepburn quote on vellum and painted white paint on the back of
 the vellum to make the phrase stood out."
Those three little dresses are super cute! A girly project for sure! :) To see more of Jeannies work, hop over to her adorable blog at

Now lets take a look at Diana McGraws beautiful layout she made this month!

Wow!!!! Wow!!!
This layout title is called "Change"

Here is what Diana's journalling says: It is amazing to see how much we have changed in ten years. We have grown from children, full of life to adults with families and children of our own. Matt, this is what life is about… spending our time with the people we love. We are so lucky.

Supplies that Diana used: WOW Brocade Stamp, WOW Embossing Powder Metallic Platinum Sparkle, My Mind's Eye Follow Your Heart Paper, Prima Marketing Inc Flowers, Maya Road Tag, Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher, American Crafts Thickers, KaiserCraft Paper Blooms, and Bazzill Basics Cardstock

Notes: Diana used the brocade stamp to add additional texture to the MME patterned paper with a fun glitter embossing powder. I love the dimension it brings out.
That is a beauty!  To see more of Diana's work click her to visit her blog!
Here are a few of the memory jars I made for CHA. This is a super cute way to display pictures, and memorobilia from a special trip, or even an event you were at!  All you need is the jars, and some cute pictures, and objects. Then I created some tags, and embossed them also!  You can use some punches, and twine to attach to your jars...and decorations for your home! I used all the embossing powders from the BY the Bay color collection!  So bright and vibrant!  I love them!

If you would like to see some more scrappy ideas take a peek at my blog by visiting
Thanks for visiting out team blog today! 
Hope you were inspired to make something crafty! 


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