WOW! Brand New Release | Instagram Hop | Youtube Hop

Hey Crafty People!

We are celebrating a BRAND NEW release over at WOW Embossing Powder and we are so excited about it that we are having not one, but TWO release hops!!!
We have a Youtube hop and an IG hop, where we will be giving away TWO FULL SETS of the new release!!!

A winner will be chosen at random from all of the comments left over each platform; one winner from each. So to get the best chance of winning you can comment on all of the stops on each hop!

I was SUPER inspired by all of the gorgeous new release products, so I made a lot of cards y’all!! Like LOADS! 😂🙈 So I’m going to work through each card with links for all of the delicious new supplies and a quick run through of how I made each one!

But first, here’s my video! (*Remember to leave your comment on Youtube to be in with a chance to win a full set of the new release supplies. Comments on my blog, whilst highly appreciated, won’t qualify for entry)

I stamped this gorgeous Poppy from Altenew, layering it with a different EP for each layer; just as you would do with layers of ink.

You get this awesome layering, almost Pottery type look to the image, which I am so here for!!!

I double embossed the sentiment too because one layer looked very flat next to the multi layered floral.

The strip down the side is a seperate piece of paper, which I swiped my Ultra Slow Drying ink pad down to get a customer embossed edging strip to finish my design off perfectly!

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I stamped three of the layers of the Diamond Pop Out stamp from Pinkfresh Studios; adding each of the gorgeous glitters from the Pick Me Up trio in turn.

I die cut my sentiment, again Pinkfresh, from card and added a dip dyed effect by using the ink pad and mixed media embossing tool with its brush to get the soft edges.

I added a vellum shadow and some gorgeous Fairy Rocks which are by Trinity Stamps.

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I used another Altenew layering stamp set for this design, using inks from Catherine Pooler to give me colour. I stamped all of the outlines, then solid layers and heat set this to make sure the ink was completely dry.

Then I stamped the second layer for the flower and each of the leaves, quickly adding my embossing glitter over the top; CP inks take a little longer to dry so they work fabulously with EP, as long as you’re quick!

I used Halo, which is one of our new CP glitters and it is without a doubt STUNNING!

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I embossed a die cut using one of the gorgeous powders from another brand new trio; Ancient Jewels.

I used Royal Emerald which is this gorgeous mix of green and deep, rich gold! So beautiful! 😍
(I made this in the video and got the name wrong! 😂🙈)

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I’ve used the Pick Me Up trio and Halo on this sparkly, shimmering floral goodness!!

This is another card from my video, so don’t forget to check it out! 🥳

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Thank you so much for stopping by today, if you’re new here then I hope that you will consider subscribing.

Stay Crafty!
Byeee!

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*Affiliate links are used, where available; this means that I may get a small commission if you purchase using one of these links, at no extra cost at all to yourself.A huge thank you goes to anyone who does purchase using my links, it is so highly appreciated. ❤

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