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Simple Heat Embossing with Laurel Beard


Hi guys! Laurel Beard here thrilled to be back with another project I made using Wow Embossing Powders! What I love about Wow is they have so many embossing powder colors, mixtures and textures to choose from...  In this card, I combined two. Fizz and Ebony & Gold - both are are  blend of 2 colors/textures. .... So, little ole' me thought it would be fun to see how combining basically four colors one to one card background.



I first added a little bit of the ebony /gold embossing powder on the base layer and then covered the rest of the florals with Fizz embossing powder. Both are blend embossing powders which makes 4 colors in this beauty! I heat set with the Wow Dual Heat Tool (because its the best) and then adhered a sentiment I had pre-cut ions ago, making this card even faster to assemble. I LOVE these embossing powders!!!!!!


I'll be back again real soon!!!!!!

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  1. I love the way you have used the three embossing powders Laurel, especially the Fizz which really suits the flowers, and a fun sentiment too. x

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