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About A Girl Mini & a Coat Hanger

Hi everyone! Amy Prior here today to share a gorgeous Mini Album that I have created with a tonne of WOW Embossing Powders and all for my darling new baby niece...


This cute canvas album has been in my stash for quite a while and was perfect for this gift. I have primed the Canvas with Gesso and then using a Crafters Workshop Template I have inked with some Embossing Ink and Sprinkled over the top with Clear Regular WOW Embossing Powder. After the Embossing Powder was heated, the pattern was a great resist for some spritzes of Cherub Pink Glimmer Mist. 


Checkout these super cute closeup details...


Gotta love the Build A Butterfly Stamp set from WOW Embossing Powder! Here I have embossed the stamped image with Opaque Bright White and then I have used some Ink with a Watercolor brush. A few pearls added the finishing touch to this gorgeous butterfly embellishment.


Now onto the pages. There is 12 pages in total in this album and I have created each one uniquely. All pages have been created using Masks/Screens/Stencils, Dylusions Ink Sprays & Pink Paislee Spring Jubilee Collection Papers & Embellishments. Of course as well as WOW Embossing Powders.

This first page has had the mask pattern embossed with Sour Lemon Suzy West Embossing Powder and some Pink Bubblegum Dylusions Ink Spray. 


These pages have been created using Sour Lemon Embossing Powder & Gummi Bear Green. Both from the Suzy West "Candy Counter" Collection


These gorgeous bright pages have been created using a mixture of Magenta & Bubblegum and Cotton Candy Embossing Powders.


These super cute pages were created using the Suzy West Gummi Bear Green & WOW Magenta Embossing Powders.


Next up I have used the Cotton Candy Suzy West Embossing Powder on both these pages. 


The first of these pages has been created using Gummi Bear Green Embossing Powder from Suzy West's Candy Counter Collection and a mixture of Bubblegum & Magenta.


Lastly is this super cute page using the Berrylicious Embossing Powder from the Suzy West "Candy Counter" Collection.


Another quick gift I created for my niece is this Coat Hanger. 


The background has been created with some Patterned Paper from the Pink Paislee Spring Jubilee Collection. I have used a heart shaped mask and embossed a flourish heart with Opaque Bright White WOW Embossing Powder


I have then sprayed with some White Chalkboard Mist from Tattered Angels. 


Another quick closeup to checkout all those yummy details.


Well that is it from me today! Thanks so much for looking and be sure to become a follower of our blog if you aren't already! We have an amazing inspiration team here at WOW and daily blog posts that will always WOW you!

Until next time....happy scrapping! 

Amy Prior xxx

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