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Monday, 2 June 2014

My poppies garden with Irit

Hello my dear crafty friends!
Irit is here and this is our Garden month .
I love flowers : to smell, to get and to scrap, not to grow them on my own. But growing over the page with WOW! EMBOSSING POWDERS is easy and so much fun! So here is my scrapbooking page full of  poppies and of powders all together.


I worked with white cardstock as my base and first I stamped A LOT of flowers with  Opaque Bright White Regular powder over Versamark embossing ink.


As the next step I used white textured paste of unknown origin (who really cares about the paste brand name if it works? ) and sprinkled a lot of Primary Sherbert, Opaque Primary Mandarin and Primary Apple Red powders. Heat embossing over wet texture paste gives us this totally gorgeous dimensional result we can see over my heat embossed poppies.
Some textured butterflies and dragonflies were also heat embossed over the wet paste, but now I used some delicate glitter powders such as Princess Pink and Amber Rose.

Then I used some mists all over the page and white heat embossed flowers resisted the misting and can be seen around the red poppies.
 All WOW! PRDUCTS used here are linked in the post.
Other products used are Tando mask, Unity stamps, American Crafts solid cardstock, LSG mists, EK Success punches , Creative Embellishments wooden shapes and some plastic mesh.
Now it's your turn! Play with us this month, use heat embossing or one of WOW! products and you can win too! Pin It Now!

5 comments:

  1. stunning layout - gorgeous xx

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  2. Oh gosh, this is so gorgeous, those embossed poppies... Love them!! I want to know how you got the poppy shape, did you draw them? Stencil, stamp? Sorry, get carried away... Tfs :))

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  3. Apologies.... Just took closer look, a Stencil I think. Just NEED poppies as sis in law wants a canvas of them. Thanks again :)

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  4. Love making my own scrapbook backgrounds and this layout is fantastic with all these textures! Need to try embossing powders with texture paste....

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  5. it really looks fantastic!!!!

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