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Powder Puff girls team blog post

Hi WOW fans, DT lead Gina Lideros here with you today to share some sweet projects that the Powder Puff girls have put together this month.

Sweet Heart card by Patti Hamil
WOW Bubble Gum, Berrylicious and Gummy Bear Green
WorldWin ColorMates cardstock and vellum
Zig markers

Rodhamn layout by Katarina Damm-Blomberg
supplies used:
WOW embossing powder Skyline grey puff.

Congratulations card by Jennifer Roach

close up:

Technique: Jen covered the cameo chipboard with WOW embossing powders (three to four
coats) and the background script stamp was also embossed. She also
stamped the script stamp with Staz On ink to the pink part of the
cameo to make it look more vintage.

Stamps: Call me set from WOW Embossing (postage edge script)
Ink: Versamark (for embossing), Ranger Vintage Photo, Staz On Timber Brown
WOW! Embossing colors: Candy Counter Collection - Bubblegum (pink),
The Pantry Collection – Pepper (brown)
Papers: Making Memories, Basic Grey
Accessories: Maya Road chipboard cameo, Maya Road flower trim, brown
twill trim, Maya Road pearl pins, Prima pearls, Copic markers (tinting
pearls), Prima flowers, Cuttlebug embossing folder, Fiskars scalloped
edge punch, Wilton lace doily, SRM sentiment sticker

Birdcage by Jan Hennings
Technique: Jan painted the birdcage with Gesso Grounds and once it was dry, she applied Rich Gold Pale Embossing Powder to random areas. She added some sweet birds, a nest and moss to the inside of the cage.
Birdcage, Gesso, Moss, Nest, Rich Gold Pale Embossing Powder, birds

Have Fun card by Gini Williams Cagle

Technique: The chipboard letters for this were embossed gold foil, and Gini covered them with Bay Area Blue - and it was like magic when she embossed them. Love how that transparent powder looks over the gold foil. She also stamped over patterned paper with the Brocade Stamp set and the Bay Area Blue.

Supplies: Wow Embossing Powder - Suzy West Collection - Bay Area Blue
Wow Brocade Stamp
GCD Patterned Papers, Chipboard and ribbon embellishment
Bazzill Cardstock

Live Laugh Love Canvas by Birgit Koopsen Bernstein

Technique: Birgit stamped on the background with the WOW! Floral background stamp
and embossed it with WOW! opaque bright white regular. Then she sprayed the
canvas with Tattered Angels glimmer mist. The embossed parts work as a
resist and the paint does not stick on it. Simply whip off the excess of
spray paint with a paper towel and the embossed parts show up!
On the burlap flowers Birgit used some WOW! clear gloss regular before spraying
them which makes the original canvas color shine through.

WOW! Floral background stamp
WOW! opaque bright white regular
WOW! clear gloss

altered pie tin by DT lead Gina Lideros

Technique: I used the mini brocade background stamp with WOW blueberry powder (from the pantry collection) to stamp the background. I embossed the doily, flowers, ribbon and edges of the pie tin using Sierra Sunrise. The Silhouettes were embossed using black glint, and the small silver tin is embossed using Angel wings.

Supplies: WOW simply amazing silhouette stamp set, music note background stamp, mini brocade background stamp and WOW powders: blueberry (from the pantry collection), Angel wings, sierra sunrise, black glint (from the glitter collection)

I hope that you have enjoyed the sweet projects that the Powder puff girls team has created this month. Stop by the WOW blog again tomorrow to see what DT member Diana McGraw has in store for you.


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