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''Don't forget to be Awesome'' card by Crafty Ola

Hello there
It is Ola back with new video tutorial for this month theme challenge. This month theme is all about the new release by WOW Embossing powder.  Newest release includes bunch of gorgeous embossing powders such as : * Primary Pink Robin
* Primary Goose
* Primary Bird of Paradise
* Primary Dovetail
* Metalline Greengage
* Metalline Kiwi Krush
* Metalline Flame
* Metalline Himalayan Musk
* Metalline Perfect Plum
* Metalline First Frost
* Embossing Glitter City of Angels
*Embossing Glitter Carousel
*Embossing Glitter Aladdin
*Embossing Glitter Spring in the Rain
*Embossing Glitter Sunset Boulevard
*Glintz Rose
*Glintz Inca
*Glintz Oyster
*Glintz Mayan
*Glintz Aztec In today video tutorial I will be concentration on Metalline embossing powders. While playing with new release products, I have noticed that Metalline Himalayan Musk embossing powder is changing colour if you use it on the craft cardstock. So let have a closer look . Here is my card :



I have used WOW embossing ''Secret Garden'…

2018 Spring | Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop

We are super excited to be a Super Sponsor for this fabulous blog hop from Coffee Loving Cardmakers.
SPRING | SUMMER Hop Post--> http://coffeelovingcardmakers.com/6523
WOW Embossing has donated 2 of our February Full of Love Kit for this fun Blog Hop.  If you hadn't already received or subscribed to our Creative Club we still have some limited boxes left of this kit. 

Winners will be posted to the public FB group and included in the winners post on Sunday, June 3rd.

We have used the Full of Love kit as it is quite fitting for this fun coffee theme. 
The reason for this is because this kit has the following -  Embossing powder colours - Caramel Macchiato & Skinny Chai Latte.

Each kit has exclusive Embossing Powders that you can't purchase elsewhere. Each kit contains Step by Step projects sheets, exclusively designed products, materials for making your projects, lovingly put together in a luxury box.  At the end of the blog post I have listed the link and a short description on …

A bunch of flowers card by Riikka

Hello there everyone! It's Riikka here today sharing a flowery card with you. I was planning to do a real summer card but somehow the project took a turn to the autumn side while I was making it. I guess it's the color scheme so just by changing the powders you use, you can make the card filled with exotic blooms or sweet meadow flowers or last blooms of the summer!

The idea to this came from the flower die I used but also from the magnificent new colors of Wow powders. I ended up using quite a few new ones here. If you want to see how I made the card, please see the step by step below! 

Step 1. Make your flowers. Use a flower die or cut by hand some blooms and coat them with embossing powders. I did two coats to all and used new Metalline and Primary powders. You can emboss all the flowers to same color or alternate colors like I did.

Step 2. Add dimension to the flowers by adding white and black powder to the centers. Ink the flower using Wow embossing ink but sprinkle the …

Floral Card Set : Jo Herbert

Hi All and welcome to a fun cardset where I make 4 cards using the same background Stamp "Tropical" from WOW Embossing very own stamp collection range.  Links below of our range both from the US & UK stores.
Stampsets - http://www.wowembossingpowder.co.uk/stamps--blocks-36-c.asp
http://www.wowembossingpowderusa.com/WOW-Stamps_c_10.html
I have made  process video of today's cardset.  Now don't laugh at my video as I am well aware I look like I am performing CPR with my MISTI tool when stamping the background stamp as I have used textured cardstock and sometimes you need that little bit of elbow grease to have a good stamped impression.  hehehe

I love the range of colour powders that WOW Embossing has, you can pretty much grab a colour to match your cardstock or very close to. So for today I have used a tone on tone technique where I match  the embossing powder with  my cardstock as I wanted to create a simple yet effective DIY pattern paper. I wanted my cardset t…