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Studio Katia Collaboration Blog Hop

Today we are teaming up and invite you to WOW! Embossing Powder and Studio Katia Collaboration Blog Hop! Our Design Teams members are sharing their creativity with you through stunning and inspiring projects they created using fabulous products fromboth of us. Be sure to check every stop on the way to enjoy all the inspiration we have for you and for your chance to win some fabulous prizes!
You will have until the 25th of November to comment and the winners will be announced the week of the 26th of November on both the WOW and Studio Katia blog.
You can win TWO $25 CAD Gift Certificates to Studio Katia Store and
6 WOW! Embossing Powder powders of your choice along with a
WOW carry case to store you powders safely in.

To enter:

- Leave a comment on this blog post and on every stop of the Blog Hop
- Follow Studio Katia and WOW! Embossing Powder on Instagram
- Like Studio Katia and WOW! Embossing Powder on Facebook
- Make sure to leave all the comments by
Sunday, November 25, 2018 11:59 pm GMT
Winners will be randomly chosen from the comments left on
ALL THE POSTS and announced on
WOW & Studio Katia Blogs on November 27, 2018.
Make sure to leave a comment on each stop of the Blog Hop
for your chance to win great prizes!

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  1. It is going to be fun hopping along ,getting inspired by Beautiful creations :)

  2. Absolutely stunning collaboration event. All the cards made by very talented designers are superb.! Such a honour to be part of this blog hop. Thank you WOW! Embossing Powers and Studio Katia for this great opportunity. Thank you!

  3. AMAZING blog hop! Very enjoyable! I really learned a lot of new techniques with each of the different DT creations! I never realized just how many beautiful embossing powders there are!

  4. A blog hop is always nice to follow! So many different people, so many different cards! Love the WOW embossing powders!

  5. Such a fun hop!! Loved seeing all of the designers' creations. Your embossing powders are amazing.

  6. This has been such a fun blog hop! :)

  7. This hop was so fantastic, so much beautiful inspiration & I have learnt so much just reading all the posts. I have not been able to see Yaz-s post though & I hope you can tell me how to please. Thank you to everyone for such a fun hop.x

  8. I love WOW! products and I love Studio Katia products so this is a Collab Hop made in heaven! Both companies have awesome DT's and the inspiration is phenomenal, thank you to everyone involved - so much fun :)

  9. What a GREAT HOP! I love the collaboration! Thank you for the inspiration and chance to win!

  10. WHAT A GREAT HOP! So much inspiration! I need more embossing powders!

  11. That was one amazing blog hop!! Fabulous inspirations at every stop, love them all :) Thank you team :)

  12. This collaboration is awesome!!! I'm a big fan of both your companies!!! Off to hop!!!

  13. I love blog hops because they inspire me to create--thank you.

  14. I guess I started at the end of the hop. :) I can't wait to see all the inspiration the design team shares!

  15. I have seen some beautiful things on this hop. Thanks for being a sponsor. You have some gorgeous colors available. Is it selfish to say that I hope I win so I can get these gorgeous EPs? LOL have a great Thanksgiving!

  16. Fantastic hop - thanks for the inspiration

  17. Such a great hop with great inspiration!

  18. Following on Instagram, and liked on FB! What an inspirational hop! Love the collaboration with Studio Katia! The embossing powders come in so many gorgeous colors and textures.... hard to decide on my favorites!


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