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Shine bright with etched platinum....!!

Hey embossing friends...

It's Ashlee here today and I have a set of cards to share with you featuring a brand new powder from one of the Seth Apter trio's Etched Platinum!!

For one of the cards I did embossed stars and the other an embossed stencil background with stars too....


To create the first card I used Gansai Tambi watercolour paints to create a galaxy, I then mounted that feature piece onto some black cardstock and mounted it on my card base with foam tape...


Using a piece of white cardstock I covered it in WOW! embossing ink and embossed with the WOW! Etched platinum powder, this then gave me a beautiful piece to die cut my stars!!

I then added the stars to my watercolour panel and card base...


To finish off this card a couple of sentiments to fit the galaxy theme and some pretty CP Crater lake sequins to add some more bling!! 

(Sentiments from MFT Starry nights stamp set/co-ordinating dies)


For my second card I created a base using a blend of distress oxide inks 

- Lucky clover
- Wilted violet
- Dusty concord
- Blueprint sketch
- Black soot


Once my inks were dry I went over the base with my anti static tool so that none of my powder would stick to any of the ink. I placed the stencil (Altenew beveled squares) over the top, went over it with WOW! embossing ink and embossed with WOW! Etched platinum!!


I added die cut stars from the same panel I embossed with the WOW! Etched platinum powder from my first card and a shine bright sentiment along with some sequins and the second card was complete!!


Here is a close up of the WOW! embossing products used for this set of cards...

I hope you feel inspired to get out your embossing goodies and get creative, there is lots of new WOW! powders hitting the shop that I totally recommend checking out!! 
(They are all AMAZING!!) 

Happy crafting, Hugs Ashlee. 

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  1. I adore your painted galaxy background and added stars and a great sentiment, and then that glorious mix of colours with the beautiful embossed stencilling over the top, a super glittery look Ashlee. x

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