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Guest Design Team Post - Isha Gupta

Hi Everyone! Today I am very pleased to introduce our Guest Designer for the month: Isha Gupta! 

Hi I am Isha Gupta. I am a wife and mom to two awesome girls.  I've been living in Switzerland for 18 years.  I've always been creative but got hooked onto stamping about four and half years ago. I am primarily a cardmaker but occasionally love to create other paper projects, scrapbook pages, mixed media canvas etc.

I've been lucky to have published in various magazines in the US and UK I don't have a particular style as I like to explore new techniques. I tend to find myself drawn towards fun, cute, clean and simple with a touch of out-of-the-box thinking. I love COLORS and coloring using various mediums.

You can see my work on my blog at NewIdeas.

Today, I am so excited and honored to be a guest over at WOW! Embossing Powder. I love the various embossing powders they have and my recent craze of foiling started by using the Fab foil. Recently I used the stamps from WOW! and I just love the designs and quality of it. Thank you Tania for having me here :)

Now I really had a blast creating the cards:

Card1:
I decided to create a CAS card first, so I stamped the Lace stamp using White Pearl embossing powder. Love the elegant look of it. To create my own glitter paper for the sentiment I just covered a scrap piece of cardstock with VersaMark ink and then embossed it using Calypso glitter powder. Beautiful color :)

 

Card 2: I stamped the Tropical stamp using VersaMark ink. Embossed it using Bonding Powder and then used Gold Fab Foil and passed it through a Laminator. I then sponged some inks and then spritz some Shimmer Spritz Sparkle. 


Card 3:
I just love this Flights of Fancy stamp. So for this card I went a little towards Autumn. I embossed the leaves using Rainbow Black Glitter embossing powder and then colored in using my Kaleidacolor inks. For my sentiment, I foiled a scrap piece of cardstock using Turquoise Fab Foil and die-cut the word.


Card 4: 
For this card I went all soft and pink. Well pink is my favorite color :) and a touch of yellow gives it that extra something.

I embossed the Tropical background stamp using the bright white embossing powder and sponged some ink to create the Ombre look. I stamped the leaves and colored in using some inks. For the sentiment I created my own glitter paper using the Metallic Gold Sparkle embossing powder.


Isha, thank you so much for joining us on the blog and I absolutely love the projects you created using our products! I am sure our readers will love the projects that you have created too :D 

Leave us a comment below and you might win a set of our latest 5 embossing glitters!

Comments

  1. I love your use of color. Each of these cards is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Gorgeous work Isha! Love all your cards!

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  4. Beautiful!! Love embossing!!!

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  5. wow Isha.. love the cards you have created... they look gorgeous.. I love the way you have used different colours, embossing, foiling & the wow embossing powders.. your cards are just amazing.. thanks for sharing these beauties with us :)

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  6. Gorgeous, Isha ... deliciously CAS to start, the shimmer on the gold foil is stunning ... and the contrast between the two flights of fancy cards is amazing ... one bold and colourful, the second soft and delicate ... and they're both equally fabulous! Anita :)

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  7. Love that foil. Seems very few companies stock bonding powder!

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  8. Beautiful cards,Isha!! Love your work!!

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  9. Four wonderful cards. Inspiring.

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  10. So pretty and so many ideas for embossing! Super cool!

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  11. Oh my, these are all
    so pretty and doable!
    Carla from Utah

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  12. great cards!!!! love them all

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  13. Pretty cards. Your layouts and colors are gorgeous

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  16. Such gorgeous cards!!! I absolutely adore the gold foiled Hello card!!! I use WOW embossing powders almost exclusively because they give such yummy definition to my images! I love how rich and elegant they look and the colors available are tremendously awesome! I wasn't aware until now that you had foil too but I am going to be ordering some when I have the $$! Can't wait to try them out!!! Thank you for the generous prize package! Fingers crossed!!

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  17. Oh no!! I just looked in your shop and saw LOTS and LOTS of things that I absolute NEED! Will have to get my doctor to write me a prescription for the items I need and turn it in to hubby! LOL Such amazing foil colors and I love the color blend Opaque Verdigris too! Can't forget about the Puff, Silicone Molds (feather, tea rose, rose quartet, dahlia, med rose and shabby rose) and the new embossing glitters! I think I am going to be in deep trouble!!!

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  18. Beautiful examples...love the colors and oh so many ideas...thanks for sharing

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  19. Great cards with great products, too!

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  20. Absolutely gorgeous cards!!! I totally LOVE the turquoise and gold one!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  21. Beautiful cards, Isha. Love the embossing and want to do more of it myself.

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  22. Isha, your cards are nothing short of amazing!!!

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  23. ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS cards Isha - YOU ALWAYS INSPIRE!!!
    It's impossible to choose just one as a favourite, at first it was the multicolour feathers of your smile card but I keep getting drawn back to the shimmering gold foil and aqua of your hello card, maybe because that's next on my techniques-to-try list :)
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!

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  24. Yay for Isha! Gorgeous cards!!

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  25. Stunning cards Isha. Congrats on guest spot here

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  26. I've never glittered a thing! and would LOve to try it! Thank you, Isha, for all the wonderful inspiration! And WOW for your generosity!
    =] Michele

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  27. I'm like a few others, I've never glittered anything but have seen many people do it and just love Isha's examples with her beautiful cards. You picked very well having her as your GD, she is such a fabulous designer. I would love to try the powders out, so thank you very much for the chance to win!!

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  28. I have a couple of the glitter EP and after seeing this post, Aisha, you have truly inspired me! Beautiful art!

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