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No Tricks, Just treats on this page!

Hello There!
Today we have four girls from the Wow Glitter Girls team to show you some treats!
  No tricks on this page, except for some fun new ones you could try on your own projects!
  Today we have a little of everything, so lets take a peek at what is here!
First off, we have Jenifer Cowles.
The inspiration for this layout was the beautiful shimmery Bodacious Blue embossing powder.
 It happened to match her daughter’s shirt so she used it as the theme for her layout.
"I used the Bodacious Blue, Neutral Ultra Shimmer and Opaque Bright white embossing powders. The Stamps I used were the Funky Border Strips and the Make a Wish stamp."

We love how interesting it is too stamp on the feather, and
 love the dandelion image from the Make a Wish set! 
It goes together great!

Now, Look at this beauty that Jen Matott has created!
Looks as though Jen did a few different things to create this stunning effect.
"I used Helmar's Gemstone Glue with a foam applicator through a sequin waste
piece.  I added the Primary Black Regular powder over that and heat set!  It
bubbled when I held it on the glue too long but I liked the textured effect that
gave.  I added another layer after that for more depth.  Then I used it as a
resist when I applied the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft  Gelatos for color. "

Jen used these supplies to create her mask:

WOW!  Primary Black Regular powders
sequin waste
Paper Mache Mask
Faber Castell DMC Gelatos
Helmar Adhesives
Prima Bling
7 Gypsies Tissue Paper
She purchased the mask at Target, and there is also a live chat with Jen linked to the WOW Facebook wall. She gives you all kinds of hints and such in the video.
 Go to our Facebook wall to see the video!

Next up, is Patti Hamil!
 She has been moving right along, and has been busy making Christmas cards already! 
 Good Job Patti!
Patti has used both the stamps and the how the tip of the pen is perfect for making snowflakes!
 That is adorable, don't you think?
There is a cutout where Mr. & Mrs. Clause are, and on the inside of the card Patti used the funky dots and embossed with the Bright Opaque white for snow. So smart!
Here is a list of what Patti used to create her holiday card.
Supplies used:
WOW Opaque Bright White powder
Embossing Pen (for snowflakes)
Suzy West Cable Car Red powder (Merry Christmas)
Merry and Bright stamp set
Funky Borders stamp set
Other supplies: MOXXIE Party at the Pole paper
Zig markers
 Finally Fall, Tanisha is up, and what a perfect card for right now! 
 We love our embossing pens, and when you can't find the perfect phrase, just write it out.
 That is exactly what Tanisha has done here with this card. 
 In her own writing she wrote "Finally Fall".
Tanisha used Sierra Sunrise Embossing Glitter, and WOW Metallic Silver.
 She wrote the sentiment using WOW's embossing pen,
and then embossed with metallic silver powder.

Thanks for visiting our blog, and hoe these projects inspire you to get out some powders,
and warm up your heat guns, and get crafty! 
 Have a wonderful weekend!


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