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Technique Tuesday Blog Hop - Day 1

Hi Everyone welcome to a very special blog hop. We are show casing over the next two days a fantastic fun filled weekend of inspiration with the Technique Tuesday Design Team.
Here is some sneek peaks of what you are going to see over the next two days.

PRIZES No Blog hop is complete without a prize!
WOW! Embossing Powders has 6 powders of your choosing along with a WOW carry case to store your powders safely in. Technique Tuesday is giving away 2 x $20 gift certificate to their store.

The Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on ALL THE POSTS on both days. We encourage you to leave comments on both days the more comments you leave the more chances you have to win these fabulous prizes.
To join this GIVEAWAY you must leave a comment on each blog post to have a chance at getting your hands on the prize. This hop is open internationally.

So it is now time for the line up
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Comments

  1. I love learning about this embossing powder. What a WOW it adds!

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  2. Wow! Thanks for the great post!

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  3. Your colors are so vibrant! Really adds so much to the cards.

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  4. I'm excited to see what everyone has created for the hop! :)

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  5. ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS HOP! I loved all the different ways the DTs used the embossing powders! Great collaboration... thank you for the chance to win!

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  6. Great blog hop! It's wonderful to see how all the DT members use your products.

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  7. Fun hop! Loved seeing so many gorgeous projects - thanks for the inspiration!

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  8. IT was a fun hop! I learned a few techniques and got some inspiration that I am going to try right now , in fact! Love Technique Tuesday and Wow Embossing Powders! What a combination! This was fun!

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  9. Great hop! Loved all the different ways to use embossing powder. WOW has lovely colors!

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  10. This has been a fun and informative hop, and I loved learning more about the amazing colors you have to offer and some great technique tips! Thank you.

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  11. Loved the hop! Love all your beautiful colors and sparkle they have! Enjoyed this hop immensely! Thank you!

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  12. Love your embossing powders! I have been using them for years.
    Great blog hop and thanks for sharing...

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  13. I'm looking forward to the hop and seeing how the embossing powders are used. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. I like the WOW embossing powders especially the sparkly ones!

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  15. Exceptional Blog Hop! I loved all of the ideas, inspirations and innovation! All of the DT blogs were fabulous and I enjoyed every one of them. Thank you so much for putting this blog hop together. I can't wait for Day 2!!!

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  16. Embossing powders are so much fun. I enjoy working with your products and love all the colors!

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  17. Lots of great projects on the blog hop and your embossing powders make them extra special.

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  18. Thank you so much for the hop!

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  19. Love the collaboration with Technique Tuesday! Awesome creations along the hop! Love the images and dies, and the pretty embossing powders!

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  20. This is a beautiful collaboration!
    Thanks for all the inspiration and for this great chance to win!!!

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  21. Lots of fun cards!! I emboss just about everything - love your powders.

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  22. Embossing powder and great stamps are a must in my craft room. Great to see Wow and Technique Tuesday team up to create these wonderful cards.

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  23. Your embossing powders are wonderful. I have only tried 2 colors, but they work great. Some brands...don't.

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  24. Can't wait to get started! I love WOW embossing powder, it's pretty much all I use! Also love Technique Tuesday so I can't wait to see what everyone has for us! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  25. Thoroughly enjoyed first day of hop!! Learned so much and discovered I NEED so much!!

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  26. So many creative ideas along the hop, thanks for sharing!

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  27. I'm loving the inspiration guys. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  28. What a fun collaboration. I’m excited for all the inspiration on the hop.

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  29. Great hop! It was fun to see the different approaches the design team used with the beautiful WOW embossing powders!

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  30. love this fun hop collaboration

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  31. A great collection of creative project.

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  32. It's always fun to when companies collaborate! I love seeing what everyone creates with the different products. :)

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