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WOW PrImary Mandala

Hello and welcome! Ericka here with a mandala card using lots of beautiful WOW! Embossing powders . I love this mandala and coordinating die from Concord & 9th and decided to make a multi colored  layered card. I had made the background previously using Distress Oxides and a gel press and had the perfect embossing powders to go with it. I started by die cutting the mandala on white card stock and then placing the die cuts in my MISTI for precision stamping. I stamped the mandala with WOW! Embossing ink and used the following embossing powders on the project: Primary Fuchsia Fusion, Primary Parma Violet, Primary Blue Tang, and Primary Curacao. After I was done embossing all the pieces of the mandala, I arranged them on my card front and used foam tape to add various layers of dimension.  I finished the card by stamping the sentiment on with the Primary Blue Tang powder. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful week. Happy crafting!  Cheer

Mix Media Cards with Karen Reategui

Hello Friends! Today I'm sharing a little bit of mix media fun with these two cards where I'm using watercolor brush markers, ink sprays, acrylic paint and the wonderful embossing powders by WOW! For my first card I'm using Vicki Boutin 140 lb. Mix Media Art Paper, which I must say holds lots of water and it works wonderfully!    On my background I used Turquoise, Warm Sunshine and Emerald Watercolor Brush Markers from Altenew. I speeded up the process of drying I applied heat with my WOW! Dual Speed  Heat Tool. I love how vibrant these colors are. Next, I sprayed on top Gold Glimmer Metallic from Hero Arts and let the panel dry  completely.  I die cut the Lovely Frames Die by Pinkfresh Studio and heat embossed it using WOW! Pop Embossing Powder. I adhered this frame to my watercolor panel and cut the excess. Then, I adhered a white card base at the back. Finally, I die cut the Hello word die from Essential Classic Words Set Dies by Pinkfresh Studio, heat embossed it with W