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Love sweet treats....!!

Sweet treats anyone?!...

It's Ashlee here with you today and my card features a mix of hearts embossed with powders from the gorgeous WOW! "Sweet treats" embossing powder bundle....

The colours I used out of the bundle are 
- Cup cake heaven
- Picnic basket
- Tangerine dream

To create this card I first started with a white card base and repeatedly stamped the LOVE sentiment from the "All inside" set by Ellen Hutson with Memento tuxedo black ink. 

Then using my spectrum noir tri-blend marker I shaded the letters...

Using a white piece of cardstock I stamped a mix size of love hearts also from the stamp set using WOW! embossing ink and then heat embossed with the three different powders included in the Sweet treats set....

I then added all the WOW! embossed love hearts to the card base with some foam tape for added dimension. Finished off the card with a sentiment strip and some sequins for a touch more bling!!

Above is all the fab WOW! products I used to create this card...

I just love these colours they are so vibrant and pretty!!

Quick tip...
To get the powders even more vibrant and full after you have embossed your first layer of powder while it is still hot tip some more powder on and heat again. You can do this technique as many times as you like until you have your desired thickness!!

Hope you enjoyed todays card, Happy embossing 
Hugs Ashlee.

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  1. A great look with those bright and pretty embossed hearts over the large beautifully shaded sentiment Ashlee. x


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