I've got a fun card to share with you today that uses lots of wonderful embossing powder from Wow! There are so many ways to use embossing powder, and this card shows you several of them. First I used Wow's Call Me Stamp Set and embossed it using Suzy West Angel Wings. After that powder was heat set, then I rubbed the entire image with Versamark ink, and sprinkled it heavily with the Ultra High Clear powder. Look at all of the texture you get!
The flower is a brass flower from Graphic 45 - so yes, you can emboss on metal too! I inked the entire flower with Versamark ink, and sprinkled it with Opaque Pastel Pink Regular and embossed it. Then I took a Versamark pen, and drew detail lines on the petals, and added Suzy West Angel Wings to it. It's amazing how quickly and easily you can add a few special details.
Wow Suzy West Angel Wings Embossing Powder
Wow Ultra High Clear Embossing Powder
Wow Opaque Pastel Pink Regular Embossing Powder
Wow Call Me Stamp Set
My Mind's Eye Patterned Paper
Cheery Lynn Designs Dies
It's WOW! Week on the Paper Crafter's Library blog and we've teamed up with Paper Crafter's Library to showcase Wow! embossing powders.
Every day this week our friends at Paper Crafter's Library will be sharing fantastic projects featuring WOW! Embossing Powders created by both the WOW! Design Team as well as the Paper Crafter's Library Designers/Educators.
At the end of this week, one lucky winner from the Paper Crafter's Library Blog will receive a Wow! Embossing Powder Prize Pack consisting of 12 different Wow! Embossing Powders, and one winner from the Wow! blog will win a set of 6 embossing powders. The winners will be drawn from all the comments left either on the Paper Crafter's Library blog or the Paper Crafter's Library Facebook page , and one winner will be drawn from all the comments left either on the WOW! blog or the WOW! Facebook page. Remember, each comment you leave is one entry, so be sure to visit every day not only for the great project ideas, but also to enter your name into our give-away.