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Butterflies, a keepsake mini and more!

Hi Wow embossing powder fans,

The Powder puff girls are back today and they are coming at you with lots of hot August projects that are sure to WOW you!


Elegant butterfly card by DT member Sesil Cratin
Supplies used:
WOW! Metallic Platinum Sparkle
WOW! Build a Butterfly Stamp
Teresa Collins Sweet Afternoon Collection
iamroses.com flowers

Goodie bag by DT member Katarina Damm-Blomberg

supplies used:
Bazzill basic white,
WOW! Brocade stamp,
Black Glint WOW!embossing powder

this elegant gift bag would be ideal for a Black and white party! Love!

Embossed Butterflies on an art journal page by DT member Birgit Koopsen


Use your dies and Wow! Embossing Powders to create your own unique and
awesome embellishments.
Simply cut out the desired shape, cover it with Versmark and add several
colors of embossing powder next to each other. There is no need to heat the
first color before adding another color, just make sure to tap off the
excess powder in between 2 colors. Then heat emboss. After that put a piece
of punchanella on top, fill in some of the circles with Versamark using a
little piece of blending foam. Emboss the circles with another color of
embossing powder. Finally randomly stamp with a text stamp and add some
black Stazon around the edges.
Supplies used: Wow! Earthtone Paprika Regular, Suzy West California
Sunshine, Wow! Opaque Bright White, Wow! Stamp Set "Funky Border Strips"

Rowdy boys layout by DT member Gini Williams Cagle



supplies: Ultra High Copper powder
pattern papers: Kaisercraft's Check In collection

Anniversary card by Jennifer Roach

Supplies:
WOW! Embossing Powders: Primary Ebony (WH00), Opaque Bright White (WL01)
WOW! Embossing Powder Stamps: Brocade Backgrounder
Papers: Black Recollections cardstock, Georgia Pacific white cardstock
Ink: Versamark (for embossing)
Accessories: Prima bling border, SRM sentiment sticker, Offray
ribbon, Fiskar's border punch

Accordion Keepsake Mini Album by Jan Hennings



Supplies: Earthtone Nutmeg, Cotton Candy, Suzy West Collection, Hello friend stamp set (WOW!), Kraft doily and keepsake pocket (Maya Road), flowers, chipboard, and pin (Prima), cardstock, rub-on’s, overlay (Hambly), ink (Quick Quotes), album (Crafty Secrets and Heartwarming Vintage)

Time to Relax layout by DT lead Gina Lideros


*technique: I traced the outline of the flowers (on the left hand side) with my WOW! embossing pen and then sprinkled it with bright white embossing powder before heating it up. On the right hand side of the layout I wanted to use a lot of powder, so I covered a stencil from The Crafter's Workshop with Versamark ink and then poured bright white embossing powder on top. I love the effect!

supplies:
WOW! bright white embossing powder
WOW! whirly pop embossing powder
WOW! embossing pen
Versamark: watermark ink
flower template: The Crafter's workshop
papers, brads, embellishments: My Mind's Eye

Thanks for stopping by the WOW! embossing powder blog today, I hope that you enjoyed our team post. Have a lovely day!

~Smiles,
Gina Lideros

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