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WOW! Embossing Powder Newton's Nook Designs Inspiration Week | Day 3 with Zsoka & Verity


This week WOW! Embossing Powder & Newton's Nook Designs are partnering up to bring you a fun-filled week of inspiration.  All week long both design teams will be sharing ways to add WOW! Embossing Powder and Newton's Nook Designs stamps and dies to their creations. 

There are prizes too! Read all the way to the end of the post to find out how you can win. 

Today we have Zsoka and Verity.
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First up we are sharing an adorable card trio by Zsoka.

"Hello everyone, Zsoka here! I'm sharing three cards today using the super cute Loveable Laundry stamp and coordinating Stitched Onesie die sets. First, I die cut lots of onesies from various patterned papers from the Paige Evans Truly Grateful collection. I also embossed a few with Opaque Bright White EP, again, on patterned paper. I die cut these too.
On my first card I attached all die cut onesies with foam tape to a patterned paper card front, creating a full background pattern. I then trimmed off the overhang. To finish it off, I added some twine and a cute little clothespin. 
For my second card I stamped and heat embossed some onesies on white card stock, using Gold Rich Pale EP. I had a few patterned paper onesies left and I thought it would be fun to add some of those too. I gold heat embossed my sentiment on a white strip, I glued it on a wider patterned paper strip and attached it to my card. Again I added a clothespin and some twine to finish it off.
For my last card I used an embossing folder from my stash to create a textured background. I then made a clothes line on my card front and hung 5 embossed onesies from it, using clothespins. I gold heat embossed the sentiment on two vellum banners and tucked these under one of the pins. Et voilà!  
I hope I could inspire you with my cards one way or another! Thank you so much for stopping by today! Have a wonderful day! X"

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Secondly, we have the very talented Verity.



To create these cards, I stamped the Peonies and leaves from Newton's Nook Peony blooms stamp set in Versafine Onyx black ink onto watercolour cardstock and covered with Violet Pearl embossing powder. Next, I heat set these with the dual-speed WOW! heat gun. In order for the Violet Pearl to show up on the white watercolour cardstock, it must be heat embossed over a dark colour. 

Several of these flowers and leaves were then coloured in with grey and black watercolours to give a monotone colour scheme to allow the violet powder to shine. For these cards, I fussy cut out the designs using scissors - but there are co-ordinating dies.


Next, I laid out the stamped images and temporarily adhered them together with washi tape on the back. This was run through a die cutting machine with a stitched rectangle die, keeping both pieces. Where the stamp images overlapped, I added small amounts of glue and then removed the temporary tape.


For the backgrounds, I dry embossed the Serene Stripes stencil onto dark purple cardstock and foam mounted onto a card-based. For the second background, I ink blended purple ink onto a white card base. Following this, I adhered both die-cut pieces to the corresponding cards. Lastly, heat embossed sentiments in Bright Opaque white embossing powder on the black card were added to the cards and these sentiments come from the Peony Blooms stamp set.

You can find a video tutorial on how to make these cards over on Verity's Blog and YouTube channel.
Visit Verity's YouTube Channel

Products used:
Stamps: Peony Blooms (Netwon's Nook)
Stencil: Serene Stripes (Newton's Nook)
Embossing Powder: Violet Pearl, Opaque Bright White
Other: Clear Ultra Slow drying Embossing Ink, Dual Speed Heat tool
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There are also more amazing projects today over on the Newton's Nook Design Blog so pop over there for more inspiration!
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Would you like to win a Prize pack including a $25 store credit to WOW! Embossing Powder Store AND a $25 store credit to Newton’s Nook Designs? 

Here's how to win: 

Here's how to win: Leave comments on the WOW! Embossing Powder Team blog posts using Newton's Nook Designs products all week (September 23 - 27) to enter. One winner will be randomly chosen from blog posts throughout the week so the more posts you leave comments on the better your chances are of winning! You have until Friday, September 27th at midnight GMT to comment. The winner will be announced on the WOW! Embossing Powder blog post on Monday, October 1st.



Want another chance to win? Newton's Nook Designs will also be giving away a prize pack! Visit the Newton's Nook Designs blog each day this week for more inspiration and leave comments there for another chance to win!


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Comments

  1. SO MUCH CUTENESS! I love the baby girl theme! Just darling! And beautiful florals by Verity!

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  2. These peonies are absolutely gorgeous and the striped stencil goes beautifully with each of Verity's designs, and Zsoka's wonderful die cut onesies are adorable and look great with the accompanying laundry stamps. x

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  3. Love these onesies cards, too
    darling and lovely flower cards.
    Carla from Utah

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  4. Fabulous cards! Off to get a closer look on the blogs and read the details! Enjoying all the creations on the collaboration hop!

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  5. Wow, these cards are incredible! Those baby cards are soooo sweet - gorgoeus backgrounds! The peonies card is beyond beautiful - love the monochromatic colors!

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  6. The cards are wonderful.
    the cards with the onesies are darling.
    Using embossing powders takes a good
    card to the next level. thanks for
    sharing. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. I love that floral card! So gorgeous.

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  8. Fabulous inspiration! I love the adorable pink onesies card - so cute!! Love all the shine & sparkle that the embossing powders give.

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  9. Those baby cards are SO adorable! I love them all hanging on a line and the sweet little clothespins! And the purple peony cards are so gorgeous! All beautiful creations today! Thank you so much for featuring our images with WOW embossing powders this week!
    -Jen {Newton's Nook Designs}

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  10. Fabulous inspiration! Those baby cards are so adorable!

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  11. oh the little safety pins! These are so cute!

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  12. Can anything be sweeter than a onesie made with pretty patterned paper? Too adorable. Verity's monochromatic cards are so elegant.

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  13. Such a fun and fabulous collaboration! Those baby cards are adorable.

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