Skip to main content

5 cards in 5 days with WOW | ''Colour in with WOW'' technique

Hello guys!

 It's Ola here and in the next five days I'm going to show you five cards made in five days for WOW embossing powders.

This months challenge is all about flowers, so, for my next five card and video tutorials, I will be using WOW products to create floral theme cards only .

So let's get started !

For my first card, I have decided to create a card with technique that I call ''Colour in with WOW''. Yes, that is correct. I will be using a WOW embossing pen to colour in my stamped image.




 In order to create this card you will need an embossing pen and pad, embossing powder and floral stamp.

For the step number one I die cut rectangular scalloped edge frame and covered edges with masking tape. I done this in order to created  background only in the center of my die cut piece.

I have used script stamp from ''Wall Art'' stamp set by WOW embossing. I have stamped and embossed my script text with Gold Rich embossing powder and moved to the next step is to create flower and leaf.

For my flower and leaf I have selected stamps from the latest Craft Magazine and stamped with Ultra Slow drying embossing pad and emboss with the Ebony black embossing powder.

 I have used WOW embossing pen and brush stroke movements to colour in edges and centers of the leaf and the flower. Then I have used Primary Yellow Regular embossing powder for the flowers and Metalline Green for the leaf and heat set it with WOW heat tool.

I have mounted the embossed rectangular piece onto card blank and die cut sentiment ''With Love '' using black card stock.  I have added  flower and leaf onto my card using 3D foam to create some dimension and the card is finished.

To see video tutorial please click on video link below:



I hope you have enjoyed it and please don't forget to comeback tomorrow for card number two.

With Love Ola xx




Comments

  1. Such a pretty card! But you tube link is not working.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi Vinita. Thank you for your comment and for highlighted the issue with a video link. I have corrected the error and it should work from now on. Sorry for inconvenience xx

      Delete
  2. What a fun idea. Beautiful card. Hugz

    ReplyDelete
  3. So pretty and painting with the embossing powders is not something I have tried, but it has worked beautifully here Ola, and also love that script in the background on the ornate scalloped mat, and as Vinita has said, the link to the video is not working. x

    ReplyDelete
  4. Hi Pat
    Thank you so much and yes I have noticed that link is for some reason not working, maybe because I have scheduled post while video is not public on YouTube yet, but it should work now. Sorry for inconvenience xx

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Life's A Beach

Good morning crafty friends, I hope you're all well and getting very creative this month!
As this month's challenge is summer and I live on an island it seemed only natural that my inspiration card would feature sea and sand.
To create my beach scene I started off with a piece of pale blue card and a rubbed a Clear Ultra Slow Drying Embossing Pad across the top several times. I then sprinkled WOW Peppermint Tea Powder and Under The Sea Glitter over the top, tapped off the excess and melted with a heat tool. I created the sand underneath using Gold Pearl Powder.


For the sea I ran a line of PVA glue in the middle of the sky and sand with my finger, sprinkled with Under The Sea Glitter and melted with a heat tool. For the waves I added small areas of PVA straight from the nib of the bottle when added Opaque White Powder.




The birds and sentiment I have used Opaque British Summer Powder which is one of my favourite new powders, great colour and great name!
Finally, I added beach in…

Handy Stamp Storage Idea

Hello everyone... Happy Tuesday! :D

It's Sarah here with today's blog post created for our Monochromatic theme.




I don't know about you, but I always find I need to use stamps from a mixture of stamp sets and I thought it would be easier if I didn't have to slide each stamp set in and out of the packets all of the time.

I have a bunch of empty CD cases that I had almost thrown out but thankfully I hadn't as they turned out to be the perfect solution! The part that holds the CD easily popped out so I could then position my different stamp sets within them.

I found an old wooden CD box but it had no lid and as all clear acrylic stamps are best stored out of the light, I decided I would make a box lid for it... not just a plain lid though... a Wow Embossed box lid!


Here are brief instructions on how to make it:



STEP ONE

Using pearl silver card, I created a square to the size that I needed (145mm) and added 30mm wide rectangles around the square adding in some t…

IT WASN'T EASY…...

But we did it…..

We managed to choose two fabulously talented ladies out of all the entries we received in our recent Design Team Call and oh boy did we get some entries…. THANK YOU SO MUCH !!!!

It was so hard choosing, there's some seriously creative people out there !!!!

So… who are they ? I hear you ask !!

Drum Roll Please ………..

In no particular order, well, it's alphabetical really, that seemed the fairest way :) :)

We have the FABULOUS Jo Herbert, Jo is sharing her creativity all the way from Australia.


 And the very CREATIVE Riikka Kovasin, Riikka is sharing her creativity from Finland.


They both have a fabulous style, we wouldn't have chosen them otherwise ;) ;) and we're sure you're going to be inspired by them as you are with our other fabulous DT Girlies… #wehavethebestdesignteam
You can check out a bit about them HERE along with our other fabulous DT members.
And their links are over on the Right, go give them a click and see what they're got to offe…