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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