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Congrats Changers Card with Isha Gupta

Hello Everyone! We have a new challenge on our facebook group and the theme is "Repeat Patterns". I like this theme as "repetition" is very important aspect in design. It helps establish visual harmony and also gain notice in a project.
I also used the new and absolutely GORGEOUS WOW! CHANGERS on my card. As the name suggests, these powders change the look of the embossing powders you mix them with. They come in Sheen - a pearly soft shimmer, Glisten - a beautiful mix of glitters and Texture add a beautiful texture to the embossed image. For my card I mixed the Glisten and Texture CHANGERS with the Rose Glintz embossing powder.

To start, I took a white panel and stamped the Brushed Stroke Stripes by Studio Katia using the Altenew Pink Pearl ink. I then took the narrower stamp, stamped it using WOW! slow drying ink and embossed it using the mix I created using the CHANGERS. For the mix, I used 2 parts Rose Glintz, 1 part each of Glisten and Texture. Mix the powders well and use a metal spoon to scoop the powders.

Now, I adhered this piece to the cardbase. Die-cut the Skinny Metric Rectangle frame by Heffy Doodle and adhere it to the card.

Stamp the Frosted Garden stamp by Altenew using the slow drying ink onto vellum, emboss using Opaque White powder, die-cut and adhere to the card.

Stamp the sentiment and adhere to finish the card. Love all the glittery texture.

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Stay safe and have a nice crafty day :)

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  1. What a very pretty look Isha with the sparkly stripes over the inked ones in those lovely pink tones, and the beautiful white embossed vellum flowers over the top. A gorgeous card! x


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