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It's a new year and also a new challenge here at the WOW blog. Today it's me, Maya, who is typing. This month's theme is anything goes so you can do whatever you feel like as long as you use WOW products or heat embossing on your project. 

I finally got to use a new stamp set that I designed called Mariposa and this large butterfly is my favourite. I wanted it to fill up most part of a standard sized card front and it turned out better than I imagined. I embossed it in Black Twinkle embossing powders. Its a really pretty black embossing powder with glitter in it. It's very easy to color the butterfly after embossing it, I used Spectrum Aquas and some Sparkle pens on top to make the whole butterfly shimmer. 


Look at all that glitter! So pretty! I used the Pick n Mix set for my sentiment and made a striped strip using the long border stamp in the set. I decorated with sequins and some gold thread and my card was done. 

Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you like the new release as much as I do. So many pretty powders and stamps and a new clear embossing ink! Yay! 

Materials used for my card:
Black Twinkle Embossing powder
Mariposa stamp set
Pick n Mix stamp set






Comments

  1. Gorgeous! I think I need some of that Black Twinkle EP...

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  2. This is lovely...is there a link to the challenge? Thanks
    x

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  3. Oh that sparkly EP is gorgeous! Here's the link to my challenge entry using my current favourite WOW EP http://clairescraftycreations.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/winter-blues-and-tutorial.html
    Claire xx

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  4. Here's a link to my entry
    http://paperimajuri.blogspot.fi/2016/01/a-little-birdie.html

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  5. Here's a link to my first entry:
    http://karenscrafting.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/black-and-white-with-smidge-of-silver_11.html

    I have to say I love the WOW black sparkle it was my favourite embossing powder for a very long time and I used it a lot! Karen xx

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  6. Here's mine - http://graphixanddesign.blogspot.ca/2016/01/young-love.html

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  7. Here is my entry: http://fun-stamping.blogspot.com/2016/01/stamplorations-stamp-release-hop.html (butterfly card)

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  8. I see that we just enter here so her is mine!
    http://jane-janesjournal.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/when-2-crafts-collide.html

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  9. Love this gorgeous butterfly!
    Here are my two entries for the fun challenge:
    http://madewithlovencare.blogspot.in/2016/01/cupid-love-wall-hanging.html
    http://madewithlovencare.blogspot.in/2016/01/valentine-garden-altered-box-in-pink.html

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  10. Here is my 2nd entry
    http://jane-janesjournal.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/simple-heart.html

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  11. Here's another entry from me:
    http://paperimajuri.blogspot.fi/2016/01/spread-your-wings-and-dream.html

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  12. Here is my entry for the Anything Goes Challenge.
    http://julizdesignpost.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/feathered-friends.html

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  13. Here's another link from me
    http://jane-janesjournal.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/touchable-textures.html

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  14. Here's another link from me
    http://jane-janesjournal.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/touchable-textures.html

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  15. Here is another one of my entries: http://fun-stamping.blogspot.co.at/2016/01/stamploration-inspiration-57.html

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  16. Here is another creation link: http://madewithlovencare.blogspot.in/2016/01/if-you-want-to-be-happy-be.html

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