WOW! Embossing Powder & Studio Katia Blog Hop

Today two amazing companies are teaming up and invite you to WOW! Embossing Powder and Studio Katia Collaboration Blog Hop! Both Design Teams members are sharing their creativity with you through stunning and inspiring projects they created using fabulous products from these two amazing companies. Be sure to check every stop on the way to enjoy all the inspiration we have for you and for your chance to win some fabulous prizes!

You will have until the 25th of November to comment and the winners will be announced the week of the 26th of November on both the WOW and Studio Katia blog.

Up for grabs are TWO $25 CAD Gift Certificates to Studio Katia Store and 6 WOW! Embossing Powder powders of your choice along with a WOW carry case to store you powders safely in.

Winners will be randomly chosen from the comments left on ALL THE POSTS and announced on WOW & Studio Katia Blogs on November 27, 2018.

Make sure to leave a comment on each stop of the Blog Hop for your chance to win great prizes!

You should have come from Tracy Freeman.

Your next stop is Laura Sterckx.

Now onto my creations I have used the “A cup of thanks” stampset. I have heat embossed this image with the WOW! Embossing Powder British Summer. To describe this colour I would say it is a muted dark platinum silver. It it quite a regal colour to play with and loved how the image turned out.  I have added some light ink blending behind the watercolour image and some ink splatters to help focus on the image.  have used Fabre-Castell watercolouring pencils. For the sentiment I have used Opaque Bright White Embossing Powder on some Wisteria cardstock.IMG_9551.jpg

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For the second card I have used Bright White Opaque embossing powder as well as the Sand Dunes Embossing glitter. I have used the Brush Stroke Stripes stampset. This stampset can be used individual stripes at a time but I kept the whole stampset in tact and stamped with it on Kraft cardstock. The Sand Dunes embossing glitter looks a touch darker than it would on white cardstock which give the glitter a bit more depth.

I have heat embossed the “a cup of thanks” stampset again with Opaque Bright white and used watercolour pencils again but with a more colour wash effect.  Ipicked more cooler tones and added some blue wash around the image. I die cut the image out with the Darling Ribbon & Dotted Frames dies.

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As a bit of interest I have stamped the image with Catherine Pooler Tiara Ink and the “thanks” sentiment with Versafine Onyx Black ink.

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Blog Hop list:

Studio Katia

Ankita Agrawal

Laura Volpes

Dana Gong

Jaine Drake

Tracy Freeman

Jo Herbert = YOU ARE HERE

Laura Sterckx <= NEXT STOP

Kaja Vezenšek

Raluca Vezeteu

Galina Filippenko

Riikka Kovasin

Kristina Pokazanieva

Rosali Bartz

Olga Lukaseviciene

Natalia Zubkova

Yaz Diaz

Ilda Dias

Zsoka Marko

Liliya Rytsar
WOW! Embossing Powder

38 thoughts on “WOW! Embossing Powder & Studio Katia Blog Hop

  1. Really lovely cards! That Opaque Bright White WOW embossing powder really looks lovely on the sentiment of your first card! And I love all the bright and beautiful colors that you chose for it too!

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  2. I have mostly used gold ,white and clear embossing powders on my cards ,but after seeing your cards I think I need to explore EPs more 😉 I loved both of your cards,the cup.of thanks looks lovely with embossing and soft colouring.

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  3. Gorgeous colour combinations on all of these amazing cards, you really seemed to enjoy yourself on these images. British colour of WOW powder today instead in England should be a very pale blue almost white as the weather forecast is for snow on high.ground & very.cold.

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  4. All 3 cards are gorgeous Jo! I love how different all 3 cards look using the same stamp. I fell in love with the “Cup of Thanks” stamp when it came out and had to have it right then, now I just need to get some WOW! and I’ll be all set lol. Thanks for sharing all 3 cards and for the amazing inspiration. (mardy14@bellsouth.net)

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