Hey Crafty People!
This month’s challenge theme is Show Us Your ‘WOW!’ and we want to see your favourite ways to use WOW Embossing Powder in your crafts!
The new Challenge Team will be showing you loads of different ways that we all love to use WOW throughout the month and you can submit entries using #wowembossingchallenge on Instagram or by adding your creations to our Challenge Gallery on Facebook.
If you’ve not see our Challenge Theme kickoff video yet, you can check that out here.
I created a full a2 panel of one of the GORGEOUS new Alexandra Renke powders, Ulla’s Cognac, then I die cut it with a background die from Pinkfresh Studios. I added a die cut sentiment and stamped sub sentiment, then embellished with some white confetti sequins.
I love using the Mixed Media Brush to give the edges of my embossing a distressed look. This looks especially good on coloured cardstock. Here I finished this panel with a stacked hello die cut, where I offset the black one on the top to give me a dropped shadow effect. Then I added a stamped sub sentiment.
I love this mix, called Perissa and I’ve used it to make embossed background panels before. This time I used Buff cardstock and added a stacked hello die cut and stamped sub sentiment. I kept the stamping in the same tone, rather than adding the harshness of black ink.
I absolutely love the over the top sparkle you get from a full panel of Midas Touch EP. I added it to Navy cardstock, then added a die cut sentiment and Butterflies, which I backed with white to help them stand out more.
Black Magic is another powder that I have done this technique loads of times with, and the best thing with these marbling powders is that no two panel will ever look exactly the same! I die cut and layered gold & vellum papers with the Leaf Mix die set, fanning then out before adding a stamped sentiment popped up on foam.
After I heat embossed with the Lavaburst EP, I ran the panel through a dry embossing folder; this is the first time I’ve ever tried this and I absolutely love how it turned out!! I finished it with a stacked hello die cut and some golden sequins.
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