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Embossed Christmas chipboard....!!

Hey everyone....

Ashlee here with you today sharing some Christmas inspiration which is our theme this month at WOW! embossing!!

To create this one I used some chipboard pieces from Make it crafty and heat embossed them in some beautiful powders....

For the wreath piece I used "Diamond white" embossing powder and for the Merry Christmas I used "Metallic gold sparkle".... 

(Just a note, unfortunately diamond white powder is going to be discontinued soon so if you don't currently have that beauty in your stash I'd totally suggest getting your hands on one quick if you can.....It's so pretty)

I love using my WOW! embossing powders to cover chipboard pieces, its such an easy way of adding colour and sparkle to any piece!!

I added both of my chipboard pieces to a grey cardstock base with some glue and then added some pretty sequins from a Catherine Pooler mix called Vegas baby....

Using embossed chipboard pieces is an easy way to create such beautiful cards in a small amount of time if you are a little short on that... 

I hope you like this Christmas card and will come and join us this month with our monthly theme over in the WOW! embossing powder fans Facebook group....
I'd love to see your beautiful Christmas cards!!

Happy crafting everyone, until my next post
Hugs Ashlee. 


  1. This wreath is so pretty Ashlee, and I love the combination of white and gold and with that super glitter too. x


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