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Spring into Love mixed media card with Jessica Larios

Hello, and my fellow crafty beauties! I must admit, I am in a state of WOW! right now. This month I have the pleasure of being a guest designer for WOW! Embossing Powder!!!!! I know, right!? What an amazing opportunity! The opening crafty blessings of 2021 springing into action! I'd like to start my month off by revealing my inspirations to you all. After careful examination of my crafty goodies, I decided to go with a traditional, yet, beautiful take on blossoms in the springtime with a farmhouse twist. I chose bright florals with an added bit of dark undertones to give each project deep contrast using WOW! Embossing Powders. I hope to inspire you all month long!!

Let's have some fun and get the heat going!

1. To create our card base, cut a "12x"12 piece of white cardstock in half
2. Next, emboss your chipboard panel using both the Pastel Pink, Pink Sherbert powders
*Hint: To make your glitter shine, lay down the pastel powder first then the sparkle powder*
Ohhhhhweeeee! Will you have a look at that?!? The sparkle is magnificent, is it not?!?

3. Use some white cardstock scrap and your Embossing Pad to stamp your sentiment
*I used Metallic Gold Rich Pale to emboss my sentiment*
4. Cut out your sentiments and distress the edges using some ink
5. With the same ink distress the edges of the card base
6. Cut off a "1/4 on both sides of your design paper
*Hint: I didn't want the paper popping out on the outermost edges of the chipboard panel & card
7. Use some double-sided tape to adhere your designed paper to your card base
8. Using a heavier adhesive, adhere your chipboard panel
*Hint: We're using the chipboard panel as a "window" to see the paper*
9. Add your flowers and then your embossed sentiment
*Hint: I added some cardboard packaging to the back of my sentiments to raise them higher*

Here are some close-ups for you to enjoy!

I'd like to thank you for taking the time to pop by today and I look forward to hearing from you!

Product list
USA Website
WOW! "WS45 Pink Sherbert" Embossing Glitter
WOW! "WM01 Pastel Pink" Pastel Opaques
UK Website
WOW! "WS45 Pink Sherbert" Embossing Glitter
WOW! "WM01 Pastel Pink" Pastel Opaques

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  1. This is a very pretty creation Jessica and I love the pink chipboard piece over the top and the beautiful added flowers from lots of different patterned papers and card, and finished perfectly with the gold embossed sentiment strips. x


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