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Shadows and Hearts with Wow Embossing Powders

Happy Valentines Day everyone.I so love this holiday simply because of my love for anything romantic. Sharing your heart with someone, making Valentines cards with you children, phoning your parents to say thank you. All a part of Valentines Day here and I'm so glad I get to share a little with all of you.

Hey there everyone, Erika Taylor here today with DAY 3 of the Wonderful WOW Valentines/Love Hop. We at WOW, like doing things a little different, and I hope that you enjoy the sneak peek of the project I created for my wonderful husband for Valentines Day.
For this project I used Whirly Pop, Cable Car Red and Ultra High Gold embossing powders by WOW. I love how these powders work and they didn't let me down with the altered cigar box I created. Here is a little peek for ya... Such a tease right???



Now I've got many more photos on my blog of this Altered Cigar Box, so hop on over to take a look. Don't forget to leave some love here and on my blog, because I think there just may be some Valentines Treats to give away at the end of the week.... just saying hehehe

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  1. Fabuous project, Erika! I have a thing for boxes and this one is just over the top! Your sneak peek photo is very intriguing too... couldn't wait to see what it was! Great job!

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