Thursday, 1 March 2012

Luxurious Wedding with WOW! Powders and Stamps!

Hello Everyone! This is Bianca with a new WOW! Embossing Powders inspiration for you!

Today I want to show you how you can make very luxurious wedding invitions, cards for the order of service, place cards and napkin rings with WOW! Embossing Powders and stamps.

For all of my wedding set items I have used:

WOW! Embossing Powder in Metallic, Brass
WOW! Embossing Powders in, Metallic, Gold Rich, Super fine
WOW! Embossing Powder in Opaque White, Vanilla White, regular
WOW! Clearstampset, Alphabet and Month
WOW! Clearstampset, Is it a bird?

After I have created a simple background for my cards (I have used designer papers from Papermania but of course you can use what ever you like) I started to embellish with my WOW! Powders and a embossing pen. I embossed lines on the eges and stamped and embossed the birds, the words and the hearts on the eges of my cards.

Once you have chosen a theme for you wedding set it´s easy to create everything you need. The Embossing powders make it very luxurious and special. Exactly what you need for a wedding.

I also love this kind of napkin rings. I will tell you a little secret! You can make perfect and solid napkin rings if you use empty toilet paper rolls. Just cut as much off as you need for your napkin ring. I bet nobody will notice what this part was in its first life ;)

You can find more Embossing Powders, Embossing Glitters and Clear stamp sets in the fab 

Have a lovely day!


  1. You've vombined all your various bits of stash, the stamps and the powders beautifully Bianca! An inspiration!

  2. Gorgeous vintage colours. A lovely sample. You'll be taking orders next!

  3. These are all absolutely lovely Bianca. An inspiration to us all. Really lovely

  4. Bianca that is truly stunning!!

  5. Very pretty vintage 'set' - love the colour scheme which shows the use of the WOW embossing powders.


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