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Powder Puff girls September

Hi Wow embossing powder fans,

The Powder puff girls are up today with an array of fantastic September projects. From cards, to frames to layouts and tags, our projects are sure to inspire you and may just get you in the creative mood this weekend.
Here we go....


Trick or treat card by Jennifer Roach
Supplies:
WOW! Embossing Powders and Stamps: WOW! Primary Ebony (WH00)
emboossing powder, Brocade backgrounder stamp
Papers: Fancy Pants, Bazzill cardstock
Ink: Versamark for embossing, Ranger Black Soot ink, Ranger Spiced
Marmalade ink (to tint rosette)
Accessories: Martha Stewart rosette embellishment, Quickutz/Lifestyle
Crafts spider web and bat dies, Halloween ribbon from Micheals,
Fiskars border punch


Embossed Family frame by Jan Hennings
Supplies:
Rich Pale Embossing Powder Regular
Frame, Hobby Lobby
Papers and vellum, Quick Quotes
Acrylic gear, Basically Bare
Metal gear, 7 gypsies


Doily layout by DT member Katarina Damm-Blomberg
materials used:
WOW Embossing Bark
Inkadinkado stamppinggear, ornament design
Basic Grey- Paper Cottage
Basic Grey- Picadilly
Jillibean soup sprouts
Letterstickers Echo Park
Letterstickers- Jillibean soup.
French paper doily.


With Love layout by DT member Birgit Koopsen
To create the dots in the back ground I used punchanella and versamark.
Embossed them with a mix of silver and pepper embossing powder.
The heart is created out of 2 wooden pieces that were embossed separately
and then glued together. The solid part lower part was embossed with a mix
of pepper regular and silver super fine, the upper part with silver pearl
super fine.
The wire was first painted with gesso to create the texture and after
bending it was embossed with silver.
WOW! supplies:
silver super fine embossing powder
pepper regular embossing powder
silver pearl super fine embossing powder


Hummingbird card by DT member Gini Williams Cagle
supplies:
Wow Embossing Powders
Metalline Green
Suzy West Bay Area Blue
Suzy West Tea Garden Green
Suzy West Presidio Purple
Cheery Lynn Designs Dies
Lace Humingbird
Nautical Wheeler Doily
Mini Fanciful Flourish
Fanciful Flourish
May Arts Ribbon - SATIN/REVERSIBLE RP44
Authentique Patterned Paper - Journey
Core'Dinations Cardstock
Clearsnap Ink
Scor-Tape


Dreams tag by DT member Sesil Cratin
supplies:
Tag using WOW! Brocade background stamp and WOW! clear embossing powder.
papers & embellishments from Tell Your Story collection (Teresa Collins)


So Happy layout by DT lead Gina Lideros
closeup:
supplies:
My Mind's Eye papers & embellishments
WOW! Embossing powders:
bright white regular embossing powder
ultra high clear embossing powder
earthtone pepper embossing powder

Thanks for sharing your Saturday with us, I hope that we have inspired you to create something fun! Have a lovely day!


Gina Lideros

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