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December Challenge


Here's the WOW! Embossing Powder Challenge for December:

This month we have a great challenge - New Year/Party using Ultra High Embossing Powder.
Mix your clear Ultra High with your other embossing powders to create some fabulous effects!
So get melting, pouring and coating; we can't wait to see what you come up with, whether it's cards, invites, layouts or altered art! 

HAVE FUN!

Play along with our Design Team and get a chance to win a set of 12 embossing powders of your choice!!!



Remember, all projects must have either heat embossing or use our products to qualify!

You must also be a follower of our blog to enter*.



Add the link to your projects below or share them on our Facebook page!
Please be sure to link to the specific project post and not just your blog homepage, otherwise we won't be able to find your entry.


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    1. We love seeing your entries, Isha!

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    2. Thanks Tania. Just a question, Do we have to use clear gloss ultra high powder?? Is it clear detail powder. I dont have this one. I have some colored WOW powder thou. Looking forward to read your reply. Thanks again

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    3. Hi Isha - Ultra High powder is our largest granule size, similar to UTEE. Detail powder is probably closest to our superfine grade powder (smallest granule size). Of course we'd love you to be using our Clear Gloss Ultra High, but to take part in the challenge you only need use heat embossing somewhere on your project and be a subscriber to the blog (which you are). Hope this helps, Neil.

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  2. Einen schönen Abend zusammen,
    es ist nicht so einfach eine New Year Party Karte zu gestalten. Danke für diese Challenge, und schaut was ich daraus gemacht habe. Ein Sylvester Feuerwerk.
    Liebe Grüße Carmen

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  3. Congratulations to Elaine (No.5 - ellapu) who has been chosen as this month's winner!

    The design team loved the project, and many commented on the amount of work that had clearly gone into it.

    Neil

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