This week we are thrilled to welcome WOW! Embossing Powder! In today’s spotlight you’ll learn more about WOW! Embossing Powder, see a fantastic project by Marion Emberson and have the opportunity to win a collection of WOW! Embossing Powder products – Box Canvas, Silver Bells Embossing Glitter, Seafoam White Embossing Powder, WOW! Melt It, WOW! Foil Trays, WOW! Large Rose Silicone Mould and WOW! Ring Blank (details at the end of this post).
About WOW! Embossing Powder
WOW! Embossing Powder has been established as a brand since May 2006 and has grown dramatically since then. We are rapidly becoming very well-known and respected within the craft industry. We pride ourselves on our fast and friendly customer service, and personal touch each and every one of our customers receives. We are the largest manufacturers of embossing powder in the world, therefore are very pleased and proud to offer crafters what we believe is the best product available at a great price.
WOW! Embossing Powder offer over 160 different colours of embossing powders: Embossing Glitter, Metallic, Puff and Ultra High to name a few collections. WOW! also sell embossing pens, stamps, silicone moulds and stamping accessories.
WOW! Embossing Powder Designer Marion Emberson
Today we welcome Marion Emberson. We are so excited to have her showcase her work today on Paper Crafter’s Library. You can see Marion’s fabulous project below, but first, here is a little more about her:
I came to this industry 11 years ago, by opening my own UK store, what started off as designing and hand painting children’s furniture, I soon got in to using stamps and embossing powders on my commissions, this then lead to a love of scrapbooking and this is where I am today.
I work part time for WOW Embossing Powders as a Creative Consultant, designing and creating projects for their retailers and consumers. Working with such a brilliant product is no hardship and the possibilities are endless.
I hope you enjoy the projects that WOW have to share with you.
WOW! MONOGRAM CANVAS
If youʼre anything like me, then youʼve got a tonne of buttons in all sorts of colours, but never the right colour !! Here Iʼm going to show you how to change those buttons and get exactly what you want. The Box Canvas is perfect for this project as itʼs so sturdy, thereʼs hardly any ʻgiveʼ in the centre, therefore, no sag !! and it stands up really well even with weight on it.
Hereʼs what we used:
WOW! Box Canvas
WOW! White Twinkle, Silver Bells and Seafoam White Embossing Powders
WOW! Melt-It Powder
Versamark Ink Pad
WOW! Foil tray
WOW! Heat Tool
Non-Stick Craft Sheet
Hereʼs how we did it:
Apply paint to the WOW! Box Canvas using a baby wipe, this gives a very soft paint effect allowing the canvas texture to still show through.
Cut a letter or shape from cardstock and use that as a template on the canvas. Draw around it lightly with a pencil.
Divide buttons up, into three piles. One by one push buttons onto VersaMark ink pad and sprinkle with WOW! Embossing Powder.
Do this for all three colours. The opaque powders will completely cover the colour of the button. Shake off the excess and heat set one at a time, holding button down with a pin.
When they are all covered, position them on the canvas, before sticking them down with Glossy Accents. I added ribbon to a few buttons.
To add a bit of dimension to the monogram, put one teaspoon of WOW! Melt-It along with a pinch of Silver Bells Embossing Glitter, or any colour you choose, into a foil tray. Stir, then heat from underneath.
Once all molten, drip onto non-stick craft sheet.
These take seconds to set. Adhere on top of buttons.
We hope you have enjoyed today’s feature. We want to extend a sincere thank you to Marion Emberson for her fabulous project and WOW! Embossing Powder for sharing their company with us. Be sure to visit WOW! Embossing Powder to see more of their products and their blog for some inspiration!
In order to enter the give-away to win the prize listed above, please leave us a comment in the comments section of this post. One winner will be announced next Wednesday on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog!