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Old Glory with Ashlee....!!

Hey my embossing friends...

It's Ashlee here with you today and I have a card to share with you that I made featuring the brand new "Old Glory" embossing powder!!

Old Glory is full of a mix of different grades of powders and it is absolutely stunning once embossed....

I wanted to create a card that would have a pop of the Old Glory so to do this I got a piece of red cardstock and covered a whole panel of it in double sided tape...

I used the tape instead of embossing ink to see how it would work to do a large area and I thought it worked well to hold all the different grades of powder in place while I embossed with my WOW! dual heat gun!!

Once my panel was embossed I die cut it using the Trinity stamps slimline stitched card panel...

I coloured up a bunch of super cute images from the Waffle Flower stamp set Secret Admirer with Copic markers and die cut them using the co-ordinating dies...

I added all the images to my card base with foam tape for dimension and finished off the card with a touch of Catherine Pooler Crater Lake sequins!!

There is so many brand new products in the WOW! shop at the moment and they are all AMAZING, you totally need to check them out...

I hope you enjoy my latest WOW! embossed card and feel inspired to get creative with yours.
Happy crafting, hugs Ashlee.

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  1. I love your dial phones and sweet little mice and the bright red looks great, and the mix of colours in the EP complement the look perfectly Ashlee. x


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