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Embossed flower arrangement with Ashlee....!!

Hey embossing friends....

It's Ashlee here with you today and I've got a card to share with you using lots of embossing powders along with the awesome new Glisten Changer!!

To start this card I used a teal coloured cardstock base and I embossed the MFT crosshatch polka dot background stamp using WOW! clear gloss powder....


I wanted to create an embossed bunch of flowers so I embossed a few panels of cardstock by pressing white card onto my WOW! embossing ink pad and then covering in my powder colour of choice and heat setting....

These are the colours I used :
Earthtone Olive, Primary blue topaz, Primary fuchsia fusion, Primary lemon, Glisten changer mixed with fuchsia fusion!!

Once all my panels were embossed I die cut all the pieces from the MFT Freshly picked die and arranged them all into the flower can....


The flower can was embossed by mixing some Glisten changers with Primary fuchsia fusion in an empty WOW! pot... 

If you haven't tried the changers yet then you totally need too... 
They are an absolute game changer, making your regular embossing powders have many more options/results!! 


I added the flower can to the card base using some foam tape for dimension and then added on some sentiments from the MFT stamp set All about you (also with the all about you die) that I stamped using Memento Tuxedo black ink....


This picture shows all the powders I used to create the embossed flower can arrangement and a close up of the full piece....

I hope you enjoy this new card of mine and feel inspired to get out your WOW! embossing powders and try the awesome Changers!! 

Don't forget you can come over to the WOW! embossing facebook fans page and join us in our monthly challenge which is "Repeat patterns"... 
By entering you have a chance at winning a voucher to the WOW! store!!

Happy crafting everyone, Hugs Ashlee. 

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  1. I love the repeat pattern on the card base in clear gloss EP and the different colour powders for the flowers and leaves are so pretty Ashlee, and the Glisten Changer EP mixed with the pink gives a great look to the can the flowers are placed in too. x

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