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Masculine Thank You Card

 Hello, Ericka here with a fun masculine Thank You card using a Distress Oxide background with lots of fun WOW! Embossing Powders. I created a background with Distress Oxides in Walnut Stain and Speckled Egg with a gel press. I then used the Concord & 9th Thanks Turnabout stamp with WOW! Embossing ink and used the following embossing powders: Sea of Tranquility part of the Seth Apter Cosmic Trio, Oiled Slate part of the Jo Firth Young Dockside Trio, Primary Bark, and Midnight Dream I love this fun way to use a variety of embossing powders on a background. After I was done embossing, I used the "Thanks" die to complete my card. Thanks for stopping by and I hope my card inspired you to play along in our challenge and create a masculine cards. You have one more day to enter your project on the FB WOW! Embossing Powders Fans page for a chance to win.    Have a wonderful day and week. Connect With Us: Info Site:                  Po

VIDEO: Combining Foiling, Embossing and Glitter on One Card with Jenny

 Hi Everyone! It's Jenny here and today I have a card video for you that combines a LOT on one little card!   It features not only foiling with WOW!  Fab Foils, AND embossing, AND Sparkles glitter.  Whew!  There's a video that shows you how to create this card over on the WOW! Channel. To create this card, I first did my foiling.  I'm using Teal Fab Foils.  There are a few ways to apply these, but my favorite is using WOW!  Bonding Powder.   You can foil any of your stamps using WOW! Bonding Powder.  Simply stamp with WOW! embossing ink, heat emboss with Bonding Powder, and then overlay the foil.  I used the Love Conquers stamp set from Gina K Designs, and foiled it in Teal Fab Foil.  you need to apply heat to adhere the foil - you can use your heat gun (it will give a distressed look), an iron, or I use my Minc Machine (or use a laminator).  It will squash the image slightly though.   When foiled, I stamped a couple of branches from the Gina K. Kindness Wreath and heat emb

Kat Scrappiness Blog Hop

  Hello paper crafting peeps, welcome to Day 2 of the WOW! Embossing Powder & Kat Scrappiness Blog Hop! We have TWO days of inspiration for you using Kat Scrappiness Stamps, Dies, and Embellishments and WOW! Embossing Powders. And of course, there are amazing PRIZES! If you have not yet visited Day 1 click here on the Kat Scrappiness which kickstarted the hop. Both design teams have created some amazing projects on both days and you are going to love what you see. PRIZES No hope is without prizes right? WOW! Embossing Powders is giving away a $25 Gift Certificate to either UK or USA Store and Kat Scrappiness is giving away a $25 Gift Certificate to their store. All you need to do to win is COMMENT. The more blogs you comment on the more chances you have to win! The winners will be chosen at RANDOM from ANY of the blogs on the two-day hop. This hop will run for a week and comments close 3rd September 2020. The winners will be announced the week of the 5th of September 2020  

Trio of Tags by Heather Mitchell

Hey everyone, Heather here once again with some more textures and layers for you and today I've used teal, turquoises and blue embossing powders as these are my absolute favourite's and my go-to's every time. I love making tags as they are fairly quick to do and I love the smaller space you work in and a tag seems to love being layered up. I began by die cutting three tags using the Tim Holtz Framelit dies by Sizzix. These come in a variety of sizes and I've used the largest. Each tag has a different background using Distress Oxides. The first uses (from top to bottom) Cracked Pistachio, Peacock Feathers and Broken China. The second uses Peacock Feathers, Broken China and Mermaid Lagoon and the third Broken China, Mermaid Lagoon and Salty Ocean. All the tags have been given a quick spritz of Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist in Tone on Tone Turquoise, Denim and Blue and the gorgeous Bittersweet Vine which is a rusted colour. I've used Aall & Create stamps