Sunday, January 8, 2012

WOW! Gratitude Card

Have you seen the new Wow! Embossing Powders blog? If not, what are you waiting for?!! Let me just tell you, you are going to fall in love with these embossing powders! and the stamps? Pure wonderful!

For this card today, inked one side of an embossing folder with Versamark ink, and ran the paper through a Cuttlebug machine. When it came out, I sprinkled it with the Suzy West Earthtone Pepper embossing powder and heat set it. It filled in the recessed areas with wonderful pepper-colored texture that I just adore.

The leaves and the sentiment are from the new Gratitude stamp set (a must have!) They were embossed as well. Notice how great the sentiment embossed. It's very clear and super easy to read. The true sign of a great embossing powder.

Supplies

Wow! Embossing Powders: Suzy West Tea Garden Green,
Suzy West Earthtone Pepper
Wow! Gratitude Stamp Set

Crate Paper
Worldwin Papers Cardstock
Sizzix embossing folder
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge
Epiphany Crafts Round 14 bubble cap, vintage setting
Memory Box die
The Twinery Baker's twine
Want2Scrap Pearls
Versamark Ink
Heat GunLinkCuttlebug

Challenges:
Simon Says: Something New (Brand new Embossing Powders and Stamp - to be released at CHA)
Stamp and Show: Something Old, Something New (New - embossing powders, Old - felt flower)
Papertake Weekly: Anything Goes

5 comments:

Lynne Forsythe said...

Gini....stunning card....looks like that embossing powder is pretty amazing as well as YOUR CARD!!

Thanks bunches for playing along with the teamies of Simon Says Stamp and Show and this weeks challenge!!!

Jenny said...

Wow! A beautiful card, I love everything about it.
Thanks for joining Papertake Weekly.
Jenny

Debi said...

Your card is lovely! Thank you for playing along with the Papertake Weekly challenge.

Marcea said...

what a stunning creation for our new somethings challenge on Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog this week. Really pretty details and colours. Thanks for joining us, hope to see you for our next challenge
-x-

Melisa Waldorf said...

Love those colors!!