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It's a lovely Saturday...


Hi Wow embossing powder fans,

I hope that your Saturday is off to a great start. The leaves are finally starting to change colors on the trees where I live in Northern California, and I am looking forward to falling back with the time change this coming Sunday. Do you have plans on what you are going to do with the extra hour? The Powder Puff girls team are back today and they have lots of inspiration to share with you. Who knows, you might find yourself spending that extra hour embossing after you see these amazing projects.

Here we go...

Hi friend card by DT member Sesil Cratin
detail:
Supplies used:
Wow! Embossing Pen
Suzy West California Sunshine
WOW! Metallic Silver Regular
Stamp sets: Funky Border Strips and Call Me
Paper and chipboard: Teresa Collins Designs Everyday Moments Collection


Just a note card by Jennifer Roach
detail:
Supplies:
WOW! Embossing Stamps: Funky Border Strips (dots), Make a Wish set
WOW! Embossing Powders: Sierra Sunrise (gold glitter) SW-WS06, Neutral
Ultra Shimmer SW-WS02, Clear Gloss WA01
Papers: Lily Bee, manila mailing tag
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink (Broken China, Vintage Photo)
Accessories: Glitter ribbon (blue and gold), SRM Sticker sentiment,
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder



Gypsy Caravan with mini album by Jan Hennings

Supplies:
Made using a pattern by Laura Denison Designs. Graphic 45 and Echo Park papers. WOW, Metallic Gold Rich Ultra High, Metallic Silver Ultra High, Primary Ebony Ultra High and Presidio Purple Regular.


Elegant birdcage by DT member Katarina Damm-Blomberg
Detail:
I used the Neutral ultra shimmer emboss glitter together with
regular fluid glue, to get a puffy snow effect on the birdcage top and
edges.
supplies used:
WOW! Neutral ultra shimmer embossing glitter
Bazzill white
Flowers- Wild orchid crafts
Snowflake- Maya Road


Friends layout by DT lead Gina Lideros
*technique: I made a unique background paper by stamping on cork paper with versamark ink and then embossing with embossing powder. This layout was featured in Northridge Publishings' Create: Stamping Idea book September 2012

supplies:
laser cut paper: Anna Griffin
cork paper: Recollections
stamp: WOW embossing powders (mini brocade background stamp)
WOW embossing powder: Metalline green powder
pattern papers: Echo Park paper (This and that boys collection - lined numbered paper);Pebbles (craft floral)
embellishments: The guilded bee (butterflies); rhinestone: Glitz design; sticker: Echo Park
other: tag (office supply)
tools: Making Memories (Slice)

Thank you for stopping by today, have a lovely day!
Gina Lideros

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