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Sunshine around us: WOW style

Hello, my dear Wow friends! It's Irit here again and this time I am going to share my new page made with lots of gold and yellow and a lot of sunshine around us.
 
I took this photo during our Georgia (the country, not the state) last summer trip and this fantastic fresh sunflower was all I needed for this summer shining page.



I used Pion's Designs papers (but nobody can see it after all this messy and massive misting, painting and embossing).
The basic mists were made with Tando Creative masks (flowers and leaves). Then those green dots were heat embossed with Suzy West Earthtone Olive Regular embossing powder(I used a clear embossing ink over the  Dots mask ) and heat embossed it after.
The K&Co velvet title was also heat embossed with Suzy West Sierra Sunrise gold embossing powder.
The flower chipboard from A2Z Scraplets was white inked (as this bare brown gives all embossing powders some mute look). Then I heat embossed the leaves with the same Earthtone Olive and added some Suzy West Tea Garden Green powders here and there.
The flowers were covered with some WOW Rich Gold Regular powder and a small portion of Suzy West California Sunshine.
So this whole page is a piece of shiny gold, just as this sunflower was.

Hope you like my use of WOW powders on this page! Thanks for reading this post and I sure love your lovely comments! 

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