WOW! Embossing Powders and Catherine Pooler Designs Holiday Blog hop

Hi everyone!

Today I am thrilled to be hopping with Catherine Pooler Designs and Wow and feature their amazing products.

You will find a lot of Holiday inspiration and ideas using WOW embossing powders and the new Catherine Pooler Christmas release.

If you are following the hop you have probably arrived from Jenny Colacicco blog and your next stop is Ashlee McGregor

Now, lets move to the card I have for you today. I used the new Bundle Up Trio set of embossing powders along with Sand Castle. I die cut the Jolly word die and covered with embossing ink, then poured some peppermint scrub glitter embossing powder and heat set. Die cut vellum circle and adhered the Jolly word.

Cut 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" piece of white card stock, cover in embossing ink and emboss using the Sand Castle embossing powder.Die cut Starry Night cover plate from white card stock and adhere to the sand castle embossed panel. Adhere the circle with Jolly.
Stamp sentiment on vellum, emboss in sparkle gold embossing glitter and adhere to panel. Adhere the entire panel to a white card base.




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Comments

Beautiful, glittery gorgeousness!!
Mary Holshouser said…
Love the trail of stars.
Beautiful sentiment.
thanks for sharing
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blbrennan said…
LOVE the reflective quality of these powders re: how the gold flecks pop from peppermint scrub when paired with sandcastle.
Will be making this card! Thanks for sharing.
Betsy Calvin said…
Thanks for sharing your ideas! This is such a fun way to use the products in this release!
Donna Hawkins said…
Very pretty! Simple and yet so elegant!
Joanne G said…
Great card! Love that Peppermint Scrub Embossing Glitter. It really makes the "jolly" pop off the card. Thanks for sharing!
ios_maine said…
Love the combination of the glittery stars and the jolly.
Sandy said…
Love the design of this card perfect
MadeByMeghanK said…
I love the star background and the JOLLY is so bright!
V. K. said…
The peppermint scrub glitter embossing powder is so pretty against the vellum circle and the Jolly word. Love the stars!
Jill D. said…
Very pretty. Love the pop of red in the jolly.
Denise Bryant said…
Love all that sparkle! So pretty with the starry background and beautiful sentiment! Gorgeous card!
Susan Powell said…
I love the combination of the red and gold powders and those stars in the background...looks awesome!! I'm wishing I ordered that die :) :) :)
Lindar C said…
I love these chunky embossing powders. Fantastic card!
Unknown said…
Love this card, especially the way you made the stars sparkle!!! Will have to try this.
KimberlyRae said…
Ohhhh I love this so much and those chunky embossing powders and stars ...Beautiful!
Patiolinda said…
Perfect combination of colors and use of dies. Love it.
andfurthermore said…
Oh my! That embossing powder has so my depth and texture! Love it!
PatS said…
Your Jolly card is beautiful!!
Scrappy said…
Love the card. Background is gorgeous.
Sheryl said…
Love this card and all the glittery goodness! Great job TFS
Connie said…
Hi Ilina 🙂 Your card is wonderfully whimsical... delightful indeed!!! Thanks for the inspiration 🙂
Sue McRae said…
Love the sparkle, especially the Peppermint Scrub embossing powder!
Geri S said…
Love this card with the sparkly Jolly! Great idea! TFS
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Sue D said…
So pretty. I like the sparkle.