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WOW! Embossing Powder Design Team Blog Hop!




Hi Everyone!

Welcome to the WOW! Embossing Powder Design Team Blog Hop!

We wanted to have a combined blog hop for the 2015 and 2016 Design Team and give them a proper farewell! Please leave comments on each of the Design Teams posts, which will give you more chances to win some not-yet-released WOW! products. We will be giving away 1 of each of these sets to three lucky winners! The new products will be available from May onwards. So watch this space for website updates! :)

Set 1:
Designed by Marion Emberson: Hey Little Flower Stamp *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Just Saying Stamp *NEW*

Set 2:
Designed by Marion Emberson: Strawberry Sundae Embossing Powder *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Blueberry Cheesecake Embossing Powder *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Peppermint Tea Embossing Powder *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Banana Split Embossing Powder *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Mint Macaroon Embossing Powder *NEW*

Set 3:
Buttons Mould

Hearts Mould

Now for the best part, the projects designed by our team. On the WOW! blog, we have two video tutorials by Marion Emberson Showing off different techniques where you can have even more fun with Melt It. The second one shows a technique with our "new formula" Embossing Pen and the new stamps which Marion designed and will be available soon:




WOW! Blog Hop List:

WOW! Embossing Powder Blog <--- you are here!
Laurence Colling

Your next stop is Sue O'Connell. Happy hopping :)

Where to Buy:
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Comments

  1. Looking forward to checking it all out on the hop!

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  2. Looking forward to checking it all out on the hop!

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  3. Thanks for showing this techniques!!!

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  4. Love Marion's showcasing style on the great way to heat up the embossing powders! Thanks for sharing! I am a big fan of Wow Embossing powders, would love to play with new colors! Off to hop!

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  5. Wow! What an incredible pendant! Such a cool idea.I have been using embossing powder sense I was five and I always new it was the greats thing made. Now I know for sure!

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  6. Wow! What an incredible pendant! Such a cool idea.I have been using embossing powder sense I was five and I always new it was the greats thing made. Now I know for sure!

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  7. Love the pendant !!

    hugs Diane xx

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  8. Just popped back to say how creative anyones projects are, but sadly I couldn't leave a comment on Maya's blog...

    I really must get playing with my embossing powders again !! Thanks !!

    hugs to all,

    Diane xx

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  9. so exciting, I love hops, can't wait to see it all!
    ~kim

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  10. Fun technique looks like a fun hop

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  11. Wow. Love both of the videos. Great inspiration to try something new with your embossing powders.

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  12. I love new stuff. I couldn't watch the video's, there was some error. I will try again later.

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  13. Can't wait to see what the DT comes up. I love the faux enamel look especially!

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  14. Great techniques! The enamelling is so pretty and the Melt-It is really versatile. How would this go in silicon moulds? :)

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  15. I'm excited about the new Melt-It......I can't wait to get my hands on some & start creating!!! :)

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  16. Those are must haves!! Gorgeous! On with the hop!

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  17. Checking out the hop! Can't wait too see what's new!

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  18. Love your embossing powder off to hop around and ohh and ahh all the new colours

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  19. Yeah! more molds... I need to check out the new stuff!

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  20. Thank you for share that techniques. Checking out the blog hop.

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  21. Great projects! I might try my hand at some coasters.
    Can't wait to check out all the projects on t rest of the hop.

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  22. Beautiful card and fantastic pendant! Thanks for sharing your techniques!

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  23. Thanks for sharing the video!! Love the pendant!!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  24. WOW! Glitter is definetely for all shining people!!! thanks for gthe blog-hop;)

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  25. WOW, these are great ideas Marion! Totally enjoyed both videos and such great ideas. I have a # of WOW embossing powders but I don't have Melt It yet and those new colours look amazing! TFS!

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  26. I really liked the idea shown in the video , thank you Marion!

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  27. Excited to see everything the team has for us!!! Off to hop...
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  28. Wow! That is just amazing idea! Love the video!

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  29. I brought my first wow and I am hooked

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  30. Faux enamel = WOW - how exciting - Marion's flowers look GORGEOUS!!!
    Can't wait to get hopping along, LEARN MORE and BE EVEN MORE INSPIRED :)

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