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Hi, Marion Emberson here, sharing a fab giveaway from our friends across the pond at

Here's a little sneak of some of the projects I made for them using our fab products along with their own brand products and some other uber cool Companies as well. We like to share the love at WOW!

Not only do you get to see step by step instructions on making these, but they are giving away a $50 Gift certificate and yes…. they ship internationally !!

You can check it out HERE

Have fun and good luck.

Marion xx


  1. It was a great article Marion, you've given me some new ideas so many thanks for that Karen

  2. I loved all the wonderful techniques from Ellen's blog & can't wait to try them.such gorgeous cards & those powders are really Wow!! Love them all!

  3. love that sparkle. gotta get out some powders and play!

  4. Great cards and techniques and I am WOW'd with all of the new beautiful colours of your embossing powders!

  5. BEAUTIFUL Cards!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the WOW Glitter Embossing Powders especially!! SWOON!! Such PRETTY Cards and Designs!! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to WIN!! 😁 Have a FABULOUS Weekend!! ❤️❤️❤️

  6. Thanks for the great inspiration Marion, and I particularly love the way you have used the stripes of different colour glitter powders, and then the pretty glittery pink and the beautiful butterfly too. All fantastic uses of the WOW range of goodies. x


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