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WOW! Trio Italian Adventure with Karen Reategui

Hi crafty friends! Today I’m over WOW! Embossing Powder Blog sharing this card using Amalfi and Sorrento embossing glitters from the WOW! Trio Italian Adventure. The stencil, stamp and word die are from Picket Fence Studios.

Let’s shine! I started by placing the Flourish Circle Stencil on top of a white cardstock, applied WOW! Embossing Pad and then I remove the stencil and added WOW! Amalfi Embossing Glitter. Then, I applied heat to melt the embossing glitter using my heat tool from WOW! and look at that shine! Also, I adhered a white card base at the back using glue.

Next, I die cut the Seriously Word Die from Picket Fence Studios and heat embossed it using WOW! Sorrento Embossing Glitter. Additionally, I die cut the shadow using a piece of watercolor where I used pink and fuchsia colors to match the WOW! Amalfi Embossing Glitter.

Finally, I stamped the sentiment from Picket Fence Studios Seriously Literally stamp using VersaFine Onyx Black ink onto a purple cardstock that was adhered to the background and on top I placed the seriously die and shadow using glue and a few sequins. Hope you like this card and try this WOW! Trio Italian Adventure, it has gorgeous embossing glitters that will make your cards shine beautifully! Have a fabulous day!



  1. A very pretty card and love the sparkly embossing of the stencil and the colour looks great with the pink. x


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