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VIDEO: Rad Radial Hearts with Amber

Rad radial hearts are easy with WOW! embossing powder & Altenew Radial Hearts Cover Die. Repeat patterns are the June 2020 Monthly Challenge theme on the WOW! Facebook Fan Page. Play along by linking up your makes!


All the details heat emboss rad radial hearts cards are in this short card making video tutorial. Watch here or in HD on YouTube. While you're there I'd love it if you like, subscribe, and share it with a friend!



Glistening Radial Hearts

Before I get started with direct to paper embossing, I like to refresh my ink pad with the WOW! Embossing Ink Pad Refill, Conditioner, & Freestyle Tool.



Simply roll the tool over the ink pad to reink and ensure you get great coverage and ideal sticking power! Don't be shy when reinking, I start with swirls, then horizontal and vertical stripes to reink the pad.


Next, I inked up a 4.25 x 5.5-inch card panel in circular motions and heat embossed with Taffeta Pink and Sugared Almond. Now, the teal embossing powder I haveI didn't have a teal glitter embossing powder. So, a one to one mixture of Glassy Ocean and Glisten Changers created an excellent option.



Isn't that just the prettiest color palette? It's soft, bright, and sparkly and I love the parts where the colors blend.


I heat embossed one color at a time double-checking the pattern with a white Altenew Radial Hearts Cover die-cut. Then I glued on the cover plate die-cut and added a sentiment from Simon Says Stamp Just Because Word Mix 2.

Hot Gossip Radial Hearts

This time I heat embossed an entire card panel with WOW! Hot Gossip glitter embossing powder. I die-cut the embossed panel with Altenew Radial Hearts Cover Die saving all the hearts.



Instead of using the cover plate die-cut on the card I used it as a template and glued down some of the hearts.



Hot Gossip embossing powder is a mix of red, pink and stunning gold glitter. Check out how it catches the light!



More sentiments from Just Because Word Mix 2 finished off the card. No embellishments are necessary for these glitterific cards.

WOW! Sensational Stripes

Stencil stripes are another great way to create repeating patterns. Check out this post & video featuring Taylored Expressions 1" Stripes Stencil Set.

WOW! Monthly Challenge

Enter your WOW! repeat pattern makes into the WOW! Facebook Fan page Monthly Challenge. Will you use a cover plate, repeat stamping, or different technique? Either way we'd love to see what you're creating!

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  1. Great repeating pattern looks with the beautifully coloured backgrounds and the heart cover plate over the top Amber, and the stripes also make a great repeat pattern too, and I love the different embossing powders creating some wonderful and interesting finishes. x

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