WOW! Embossing Powder & Gerda Steiner Designs Collaboration blog hop


Hi everyone and welcome to a very exciting collaboration blog hop filled with cuteness, sparkle and shine.

As this is a hop you would have come from the super talented Ashlee McGregor  is her card creations just fabulous! Your next stop is WOW! Embossing Powder Blog.

It wouldn’t be a hop without PRIZES, right?

Both WOW! Embossing Powder and Gerda Steiner Designs will be each be giving away a $25 Gift card each to our stores.

So there will be TWO winners!

This hop will run for a week only and the winners will be announced on each of the WOW! Embossing Powder and Gerda Steiner Designs blogs on Monday, November 25th. So, be sure to check back on our blog then.

To be entered to win a prize all you need to do is leave a comment here and each of the designer’s blog posts. We have included the full line up list below.

Blog Hop

Gerda Steiner Designs

Isha Gupta

Jeannie Lieu

Raluca Vezeteu

Noga Shefer

Karen Reategui

Cathy Chapdelaine

Gemma Campbell

Jenny Colacicco

Ashlee McGregor

Jo Herbert

Tina Smith

WOW! Embossing Powder Blog

Now onto my card creations. Today, I have made 3 cards using a variation of WOW! Embossing Powder products – Sparkles, Embossing Glitters and straight-up super fine powders.  I have used the same stampset from Gerda Steiner Designs – Carol Puppies Stampset and watercoloured them in with the Altenew paint pan pallet.

I first stamped the images using my MISTI with Versafine Onyx black ink which I then watercoloured the images in. I set aside to dry then I restamped the image over the top of the watercolour images to get a good crisp black image over the top.

Card 1 - Jo

For the first card I used Coconut Ice embossing glitter on the die-cut diagonal frame by pressing the clear ultra slow drying ink direct on the diecut. It is hard to capture the embossing glitter in a photo but it really makes for a fabulous die glitter cardstock panel. The sentiment has been heat embossed with Angel Eyes from the Ferryman Trios set.

card 1a - Jocard 2 - Jo

Second card  I have heat embossed a scalloped circle die cut with Salsa embossing glitter. I have also roughly swiped  the pennant edge with ultra slow drying ink and poured neptune embossing glitter. Card 2a - Jo

For the last card I have used the Flamingo Sparkles and created my own paste with Texture Gloss paste. Using a plastic spatula I have mixed the sparkles and texture paste and spread it like butter over a poinsettia stencil. Card 3 - Jo

I hope you enjoyed today’s card creations for the hop.


84 Comments Add yours

  1. Donna says:

    Cute, cute cards and love the colors of embossing powders.


  2. Debbie Whitmore says:

    Cute dog Christmas cards!


  3. Mariann Lansdowne says:

    Love your cards perfect for doggie lovers! Love the use of the patterned paper!


  4. Mary H. says:

    These cards are simply adorable and with the WOW products….a winning combination!


  5. Shar Zar says:

    Fetching cards. (get it?)


    1. Wonderful designs for your cards. Love how you combined stamps and diecuts!


  6. Carla Hundley says:

    Love these cards, so
    cute and festive! Great
    Carla from Utah


  7. Jeanne Beam says:

    Such adorable Christmas cards! Love the dogs…
    Thanks for sharing.


  8. Patty Fugate says:

    I gotta get me some WOW embossing powder. The colors are amazing!


  9. Love these adorable caroling pups! Pretty embossing glitters to add some sparkle too! Great colors!


  10. Tracy Frizzi says:

    The cards are so cute. The last as my favorite. Love the stamps and the colors of embossing powder.


  11. Yvonne says:

    Such cute cards! I love the glittery sparkles from the heat embossing! Thank you for sharing.


  12. Isabelle says:

    Your cards are adorable ! Thank you for the inspiration.


  13. Sandra Bonagura says:

    great idea adding to texture paste – fun cards!


  14. Lagene says:

    Awesome creations! I especially love the first caroling pup!


  15. Love the diecut embossed frame! And adding WOW to texture paste… right up my alley, will need to try that!


  16. Fikreta says:

    these are so adorable cards!


  17. Missy says:

    Love your cards! They are absolutely adorable!


  18. Brenda Rohlfing Simpson says:

    The coconut ice on the die cut frame really makes a sparkly snowy image! I also love the color for the scallop circle for the caroling puppy! The green embossing powder on the edges of the accent piece are great. Enjoyed all your cards and your blog stop!


  19. aimeslee says:

    I have these stamps and they are fab. # really cute cards and the embossing is great. xoxo


  20. Julie O'Neil says:

    Such fun cards! Awesome makes


  21. SD Pooja says: cards are wonderful and I loved the use of different types of embossing powders on them !


  22. Subhashini S says:

    I love the layout and layers in your card


  23. Marisela Delgado says:

    such cute cards


  24. Marisela Delgado says:

    wonderful cards


  25. Chandhini S says:

    These cards are great, love how you used glitter embossing powder to add that festive shine.


  26. Valentina B says:

    How hoowly jolly and christmasy your cards look! Super sweet and fun!


  27. Michele S. says:

    I love how you edged the pennant on your second card with the embossing powder. Very cool idea!


  28. BeverlyBL says:

    Of course, Gerda’s stamps are darling, but you used them to great advantage. Very nice, fun cards.


  29. Wonderful designs for your cards. Love how you combined stamps and diecuts!


  30. Sarah Warren says:

    These are adorable cards. Dogs are my favorite, Sarah W


  31. Krithika Devi says:

    Awesome cards.. Love the background and emboss effect…
    Krithika Devi from India


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