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Embossing Glitter Florals with Gemma

Today I’m sharing a card using this month’s theme of Embossing Glitters. Using glitter embossing for stamp outlines is a lovely way to add a touch of sparkle to a card.


On a piece of WOW Superior Smooth cardstock, I stamped images from the Pretty Pink Posh Peonies stamp set using WOW clear embossing ink. I then embossed the images with WOW Pacific Wave embossing glitter.


I decided to colour the flowers with my Faber Castell polychromos pencils, continuing the blue theme. I left the leaves white for a break in colour.

Once all my flowers were coloured, I die cut the panel down with a MFT Stitched Mod Rectangle, then adhered it to my card base.



I embossed a sentiment from the Pretty Pink Posh Floral Hearts set on black card with WOW Opaque Bright White embossing powder. I die cut it with a sentiment strip die, then adhered to my card with foam tape.

To finish, I added some Pretty Pink Posh jewels in Blue Lagoon and Cornflower around the card. These match the colours of the flowers and embossing glitter perfectly.



Have a lovely day,
Gemma


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  1. This is so pretty in the shades of blue Gemma and the blue glitter embossing really adds that extra bit of interest, also love the curved and stitched shape you have given it. A beautiful card. x

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  2. I love this beautiful blue and white card. 

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