Monday, 3 September 2018

Glittery Metallic Encouragement Card

Hi everyone and welcome back to our creative WOW space! Raluca here and I'm so excited to share with you my glittery new card showcasing one of my favorite WOW Embossing Powders!


I created this card to play along with the "Metallics" theme for the Wow! Embossing Powder Facebook Fan Group page monthly challenge - ❤ WOW Embossing Powder Fans ❤
https://www.facebook.com/groups/WOWEPFans/

For my card I played with WS26 Metallic Platinum Sparkle and these WOW must have tools WOW! Clear Ultra Slow Drying Embossing PadWOW! Heat Tool - Euro and WOW! Premium Embossing Craft Mat.


First I chose a panel from all the watercolored panels that my nieces made when they visited me. My eyes stopped on this beautiful purple pink panel that I thought it would go perfectly with the gorgeous WS26 Metallic Platinum Sparkle embossing powder.


Then I went through my stamp stash and chose this lovely Ellen Hutson - Plant Ladies Say stamp set that has this big and bold sentiment. I stamped it using the WOW! Clear Ultra Slow Drying Embossing Pad and sprinkled WS26 Metallic Platinum Sparkle embossing powder all over it and heat set it using WOW! Heat Tool - Euro. Oh, this embossing powder is really fabulous!! So sparkly and gorgeous!



I also stamped and heat embossed on vellum two little flowers from the Ellen Hutson - Mondo Hydrangea stamp set and glued them next to the sentiment.

Next I mounted the panel on a white pearlescent card base using craft foam, glued a few clear iridescent jewels and my card was done.
Super easy and so gorgeous! 

That's all from me today! Have a lovely Monday!
And thank you so much for stopping by,

2 comments:

  1. A great sentiment made using that glittery platinum EP Raluca, and the pink and purple background is so bright and pretty, and love the sweet little vellum flowers too. x

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    1. Thank you so much for your sweet words!!! Hugs xx

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