I have loved being part of the WOW! Embossing Powder Design team!
As a last 'hoorah' (!) we are having a blog hop combining both the 2015and 2016 teams... with some amazing prizes along the way!
Please leave a comment on each of the Design Teams posts as you hop, this will enter you into the draw to win some not-yet-released WOW! products. We will be giving away 1 of each of these sets to three lucky winners! The new products will be available from May onwards, for those who miss out :)
Designed by Marion Emberson: Hey Little Flower Stamp *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Just Saying Stamp *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Strawberry Sundae Embossing Powder *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Blueberry Cheesecake Embossing Powder *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Peppermint Tea Embossing Powder *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Banana Split Embossing Powder *NEW*
Designed by Marion Emberson: Mint Macaroon Embossing Powder *NEW*
WOW Blog Hop list:
Please leave comments on each stop by Saturday 30th April at 11:59 PM BST for a chance to win. Good luck and happy hopping :)
Where to Buy WOW! Embossing Powders:US Shop
So.... that's the official stuff out of the way! What did I create for the hop?
This little lady...
Lots of WOW! powder on there!
Her dress is one large bit of triple embossing. I melted three layers of clear Ultra High powder, then added a top layer of Fluorescent Blue powder to give the colour.
Once the blue was cold, I sponged Versamark ink through some sequin waste, then added bright white super fine powder Once this is melted in, it gives the fabulous dot effect!
For more interest, I also added a teeny pinch of Primary Apple Red and Pastel Glacier mint to give the blue and red speckled effect....
I also used silicone moulds for my 3D embellishments! Miss Serenity has a blue flower in her hair....
and is carrying a red posy..
Both are made using the Blossom Mould. The glitter effect is created by adding a teeny tiny sprinkle of Sparkling Snow powder into the mould before adding the molten coloured powder. The glitter powder has just enough heat to be melted onto the surface of the blossom, but not so much it all blends in and some sparkle is lost! Looks very glittery in real life :)
The blossoms are made from Apple Red and Fluorescent Blue powders. The blue turns paler once you heat up a lot of it and mix it around!
I hope you like her.... a nice combination of hand drawn whimsy and WOW!
So.. your next stop on the hop is Fran !
Don't forget to leave everyone a comment, and good luck in the draw!