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Multi colour embossing......by Miranda




Hello there,

My name is Miranda and this time I am a guestdesigner for the WOW blog! Of course I love the WOW products and I work a lot with them. I want to show you the cards which have been made for a WOW workshop at the Posthumus shop in Amsterdam. We've used a lot of embossingpowders and at the end of the day we had a very sparkly floor and a lot of fun!
The participants could choose out of 5 themes and colour combinations;
Colourful India
Vibrant India
Peacock Glam
Perfect Paisley
Seabreeze
Warm Earth
Just some names I made up for the combinations of different embossing powders.
Here is the first one........made on pink paper and with these WOW colours;
Primary Mandarin
Fluor Tickled Pink
    Magical Mauve glitter
Princess Pink glitter
made with the the Indian stamps of Chocolate Baroque, the edges of the main panel are embossed too. This multi colouring technique requires, focus, patience and precision. You can imagine what happens when you put the powder in the wrong jar....ooops maybe it will be a great mix but not the intention at the moment!
here a close-up of the beautiful sparkling.......
Here is card no.2........on a yellow ochre card
WOW powders;
Primary Mandarin
Red Glitz
Magical Mauve
And no.3.........made on a spicy orange colour
WOW:
Fluor Tickled Pink
Red Glitz
Pearl Gold Sparkle


And the 2nd batch of the 'Peacock Glam' cards
WOW:
Metallic Brass
Green glitz
Blue Glitz
Blue Blast
Stamps from Impression Obsession:
Cover a card Peacock feathers
Cover a card Reverse Peacock
Peacock feather

and a close-up

And the 2nd card......with use of the same embossing colours but on a coloured card
The peacock feather on the small card is stamped with Versamark and Black soot Distress ink, than sprinkled with WOW Neutral Ultra Shimmer

Next theme; Seabreeze
WOW:
Green shimmer
Nice Ice blue
Blue Blast
Blue Glitz
White twinkle
Stamps: 
Impression Obsession
Cover a card Funky
Nautilus shell
Card no.1 on green background paper
I've stamped the shell withVersamark ,two colours Brilliance and embossed with WOW Neutral Ultra shimmer

and no. 2 made on a blue background
The shell is stamped with two colours Memento and accented with colour pencils
and no. 3
the shell is stamped with Versamark and multicoloured embossed 
Next theme was the Perfect Paisley
WOW:
Earthtone Olive green
Earthtone Grape
Purple Glitz
Magical Mauve
Stamps: Impression Obsession
Cover a card Large Paisley
Cling set Paisleys

card no.1
a close-up....wow


card no.2
Cover a card Small Paisley (IO)
and card no.3 , this time on a purple background

And the last theme ..... Warm Earth
WOW:
Earthone Honey
Earthtone Nutmeg
Earthtone Paprika
Earthtone Bark
Copper Sparkle
Stamps: Impression Obsession
Cover a card Sunflowers
clingset Starflower

card no 1.

 card no.2 on a dark brown background.....



 card. no 3 on a soft brown background.....



Well, there was a lot to see, I hope you've enjoyed it and maybe you are inspired to get your WOW out and play with it!
 till a next WOW moment!























Comments

  1. I really love these cards they are gorgeous! My favourites are the paisley and the sunflowers on the dark brown background - really different and stunning.
    Emma x

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  2. These are beautiful. I have never seen or heard of this technique and it's something I think I would love to try. Thank you so much for this wonderful inspiration hugs Karen

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