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Wow! & Paper Crafter's Library Blog Hop


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.

A Bit About Paper Crafter's Library

The world of paper crafting is HUGE! Whether you are a beginner or you've been creating for years, the sheer number of different products, tools, techniques and project ideas can be overwhelming. After spending 6 years helping thousands of paper crafter's around the world become more successful in the creative space through her series of kits, digital tutorials and online classes, Andrea Walford began looking for a new approach to education.  In 2011 she launched Paper Crafter's Library - the first, and still to this day, only website that provides an all-in-one learning solution for paper crafters. With almost 800 videos currently in their library and 4-5 new videos added each week, Paper Crafter's LIbrary offers comprehensive training on products, tools, techniques and project ideas.  From beginner through to advanced, whether your interest is in stamping, card making, scrapbooking, creating 3D items or altered art - you'll find all the resources you need to navigate the world of paper crafting in ONE place, organized and indexed so that it's quick and easy to find.

So there you have it.  Be sure to take a minute to stop by the Paper Crafter's Library blog every day this week to check out the fantastic projects and videos tutorials created by both the Wow! Design Team and Paper Crafter's LIbrary Designers.


Don't forget to scroll down to see Jen Matott's project for today.




Comments

  1. I'm so happy to get the chance to win some of these awesome products! Thank you all for this challenge!

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  2. thanks for this wonderful week and the chance to win your great product
    upnurse at aol dot com

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  3. What a wonderful give away! Can't wait to see what else you have for us this week!

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  4. I have many of the WOW powders, The colors are beautiful and vibrant.

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  5. Great tutorials! Really enjoyed them! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  6. awesome is what I think of WOW embossing powders thanx for a chance

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  7. awesome is what I think of WOW embossing powders thanx for a chance

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  8. Recently I started to use the WOW embossing powders! I am delighted with the techniques offered here.

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  9. Would love to win these embossing powders so I can try lots of new techniques!

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  10. I can't wait to try out WOW! embossing powders and glitters. I first saw them used in one of the Paper Crafters Library blog videos and have been wanting to try them! I feel like this week of tutorials and inspiration is a windfall--all the possibilities have my head spinning! Thanks for all the great ideas and chance to win a prize pack!!

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  11. Thanks for all the great inspiration. Its fun to see all the ways to use embossing powders!

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  12. I'm over from PCL to thank you for hosting another great day over there. I'm enjoying what I'm seeing here, learning new techniques, getting introduced to new artists (to me) and seeing so many nice projects. I already have the WOW! metallic powders and some in the matte finish on my shopping list.

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  13. WOW, how generous! I am so excited that I have a chance to win such fabulous prizes. Thank you so much!!

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  14. WOW is right! I have been going crazy embossing lately which led me to this blog and WOW, a contest! Would love this prize.

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  15. Really enjoying this great week! Such fun projects and techniques!

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  16. I'm really enjoying seeing your projects and different things that can be done with WOW. I saw them at the CHA, but didn't get to try them out. I'd love to win them so I can see what makes them different.

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  17. I just watched the vid about using these wow with ribbon!! i have to try it, i love the colours in them a great product!!

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  18. looking forward to a week of inspiration and creativity
    ava

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  19. I would LOVE to win some of your embossing powders so I could try out the techniques that you and PCL have been showcasing! Thank you for the chance to enter to win some of these!

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  20. can't wait to try out these terrific embossing powders, thanks for the chance to win some

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  21. Thanks for sharing such great ideas for using Wow! embossing powders. I'm amazed at the variety and versatility of uses!

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  22. Thanks so much for prizes!!!

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  23. These colors look so great

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  24. I would love to win these embossing powders -- awesome colors, and so many new ideas on how to use. Thank you so much!!

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  25. I'd love to win some of these great embossing powders! I esp. like the Suzy West bright and happy ones! So glad I found you through PCL!

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  26. I just need the powders, got the heat gun and glue pad. Ijust need to play

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  27. I'm definitely going to have to look for the WOW! Embossing Powders. Especially the Puff powders. Love the look!

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  28. I have been looking for a vender in the USA but so far I haven't been able to find one, but when I do, I certainly will get some of these powders to try out. They look amazing.

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  29. I have to get me a set of these how wow is that...just love that they are machine washable on fabric and won't crack when stretched and they go back to their original shape..wow!!

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  30. I have to get me a set of these how wow is that...just love that they are machine washable on fabric and won't crack when stretched and they go back to their original shape..wow!!

    Serena marsh

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