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All About Sparkles, video tutorial - March Challenge

Hi Everyone,

So lets start things off with the announcement of the winner of last month’s Melt-It Challenge. Drum roll please……..https://craftyfield.blogspot.co.uk/2018/02/youve-been-framed.html you’re the lucky winner of a WOW voucher, please contact me on marion@wowembossingpowder.co.uk to claim your prize and state if you would like it in US $ or UK £.



To kick this month off, we are challenging you and the design team with the theme "All About Sparkles" We would love it if you would play along with us :) You can link up your entries using our link below ! The closing date for this challenge is 28th March 2018. The winner will receive a gift voucher for £15.00/$15.00 to treat yourself to some WOW! goodies via our website. You MUST use the above technique in your entry to be eligible.  Have fun !!!!


So, what are Sparkles ? Quite simply they're Premium Glitters by WOW!, and no, they're not just any glitter they're WOW! glitter and simply, quite stunning !!!
There's so many ways to use them as I'm sure the DT girlies are going to WOW! you with.
Here I've used them with the stunning Altenew Cover die set.
See it step by step on the video how this was achieved.

I hope that's given you a little inspiration, don't forget to check out all the other girls creations throughout the month.

Hugs
Marion xx

Here's what I used:-


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Comments

  1. Beautiful layers! I was playing with Sea glass just last night, quite similar to the Seahorse Sparkles, so much glitter!
    I am delighted to be this month's winner, many thanks!

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  2. Thank you for the video Marian and this two part cover die from Altenew is a beauty and your sparkles have just given it that extra pizzazz. The name Seahorse just makes us think of bright sunny Summer days and blue seas, and it certainly lives up to the name as it is so bright and pretty. Finally, congratulations to Craftyfield for being the winner this time. x

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    1. Thank you Pat, could really do with some summer days and blue seas right now😜😜

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