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Blog Hop with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Day 4!

Hello our dear crafty friends and welcome to Day 4 Blog Hop with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L! Our design team has been playing with their products and discovering inventive ways to use them with Wow! Embossing Powders! 

Please leave our design team some love in the comments section below and you just might win some goodies from both our companies!  

This is Irit here and this is my project made for the hop: Follow your dreams Mixed Media art piece.

The whole project today was an experiment as I never used so much adhesives combined with embossing powders and some of the effects are cool, some are hard to make and some were just impossible  and not even added to this piece.

Look at this texture made with layers of paints, dies, glues and powders:


You can see the more detailed explanation in my blog post.
I used a whole bunch of products from both WOW! Embossing powders and 3L company.
WOW! products used:

  Collage stamp
 Bright White powder.
Primary Sunny Yellow
 Peach Gleam.
 Paprika powder
Opaque Vanilla White 
Ruby Romance
Olive 
 Chartreuse
 Sherbert 
Sunny Yellow 

3L products used:

3-L E-Z runner- used to make embossed texture strips
3L Zodts- used to make  embossed circles over the page
3-L Adhesive permanent Sheets used to die cut shapes and then heat embossed over the die cut
3D Foam Squares 3D Dotz- used to make some " bricks" texture with heat embossing over them
3d Foam White creative sheet- used to make a full die cut and then was haet embossed over

I really hope you like it and now for another artists for today!


3L products used: 4x6 Adhesive sheets, 3D-foam squares, EZ-runner


Project by Nicole Picadura

I wanted to create a card with an elegant feeling, lots of snow, and lots of shine. I combined two different embossing powders for the whole card. The background and the embossing powders are focal points for today's project. 


There will be a step-by-step video on my blog, so make sure to visit if you want to see how this card is made in action. (The video will be uploaded 8am PST 10/23) Applying two different powders really adds a nice depth to the project, I highly recommend you give it a try!

Products Used:
Versa Mark Ink Pad

Thank you for popping by and visiting our blog, be sure to visit Scrapbook Adhesives blog to view their creations using our products!

Leave a comment below and you will be entered into a draw to win a brand new set of 6 embossing glitters and some Scrapbook Adhesive goodies! Get more chances to win by commenting on each new day of our blog hop! Click on the links below if you have missed the previous blog posts:

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3

Winners will be announced on Monday 27th of October. Good luck!

Comments

  1. Beautiful cards and what wonderful colors and layers on the mixed media piece.

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  2. All wonderful, don't know which one to choose... great design team, great produtcs!!!

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  3. Gorgeously glitter embossing on these cards, and that mixed media artwork is just stunning, I absolutely love the colours!!!

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  4. Fabulous job ladies! Each project is so unique and pretty!

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  5. Beautiful creations of
    art on the blog today!
    Loving all of the
    embossing.
    Carla from Utah

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  6. Everything is just gorgeous! Irit's canvas is so bold in color! Maya and Nicole's card are so well done.

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  7. Absolutely fabulous, something herestyles to inspire for different styles. Brilliant

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  8. Beautiful projects! The colors and texture on the art piece is stunning. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  9. These are just stunning, for en experiment I think It turned out great. Beautiful cards also.

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  10. Awesome cards! So many fun ideas to try! Love the snowflakes!

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  11. Irit has been very brave in her experiments an I am glad she shared both successes and unexpected outcomes!

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  12. Stunning projects. I love all the layers of embossing and colour on Irit's mixed media piece - wonderful experimentation. That metallic pink embossing powder on Maya's card is totally delicious. Nicole's card is so elegant. Great video too.

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  13. Oh my gosh! The mixed media project is amazing and so gorgeous and the cards are so beautiful, especially the snowflakes. well done projects by the DT.

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  14. They are all wonderful cards and projects I particularly like the canvas made by Irit

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  15. Beautiful creations and so many great techniques!!

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  16. WOWOWOWOWOWOW!! These are just BEAUTIFUL!! =) THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Weekend!! =)

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  17. Fabulous....................Wow....................THANKS for Sharing...

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