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Sunshiney Saturday with the Powder Puff girls

Hi WOW embossing powder fans,
I hope that you are enjoying your summer. The Powder Puff girls are back today to share some Summer fresh projects that you are sure to love!


Bandana tag by Katarina Damm-Blomberg
Materials used on the tag is:
WOW Make a Wish stamp set
WOW Funky border strips stamp set
WOW Call Me stamp set
WOW Love beyond measure Stamp set
Simply Amazing stamp set

other materials used:
Tim Holtz- Distress inks
Sakura- Gelly Roll white pen

Run away art journal page by Birgit Koopsen

I created this art journal page using embossing powders and adhesives (repositionable dots from Scrapbook AdhesivesTM by 3L) to create a grungy, textured background. I first added the adhesive to the background going over the same spot a couple of times and then sprinkled it with embossing powder. Cotton Candy and Bay Area Blue at the top and Earthtone Olive at the bottom. After embossing I sprayed the background with Glimmer Mist and added the stamps from the “Is it a bird?” stamp set.

Altered photo frame by Patti Hamil
supplies:
Suzy West: Berrylicious, Whirly Pop and Cotton Candy

Regular WOW colors:
Metallic Gold Pale
Silver Ultra Light
Primary Ebony

Love you always by Gini Williams Cagle

The unusual combination of Suzy West Wow colors creates an eclectic, layered layout. The corrugated cardboard shimmers with Angel Wings. The Dusty Attic chipboard was dry embossed with a Spellbinder's folder, and heat embossed with a mixture of Cable Car Red and Skyline Grey Puff. The fern fronds were misted with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist (Apple) and then embossed with Earthtone Olive.
supplies:
Suzy West Wow Embossing Powders
Angel Wings
Cable Car Red
Skyline Grey Puff
Earthtone Olive

Carta Bella - Beautiful Moments Patterned Paper
May Arts Ribbon
Dusty Attic Chipboard
Want2Scrap Pearls
Clearsnap Ink
GlueArts Adhesives

Stencil card set by Jennifer Roach

supplies:
Spellbinders stencils

WOW glass jar by Jan Hennings



Supplies:
Gratitude Stamp Set 2, Opaque Bright White Embossing Powder (WOW) Cardstock (Graphic 45), Versa mark Ink Pad (Tsukineko), Timber Brown (Stazon), Orane Swiss Dot Ribbon (Really Reasonable Ribbon), Heat embossing tool, Adhesive (Goop), Vintage Canning Jar

Celebrate the good times layout by DT lead Gina Lideros

*technique: I applied 3 layers of Clear Ultra high embossing powder around the edges of my layout and tag, then I placed them in the freezer for 5 minutes and then bent the page and tag until they cracked. I love the look!

supplies:
Clear Ultra high
Earthtone Honey
Cable Car red
papers& Embellishments: My Mind's Eye sweet Caroline collection

Thanks for spending your Saturday with us, stop by tomorrow for more inspiration from the Design team!

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