Friday, May 1, 2020

Picket Fence Studios and WOW! Blog Hop and Giveaways!

Welcome to a fabulous blog hop! Both the Picket Fence Studios  & WOW! Embossing Powder Design Teams have joined forces to bring you some stamping & heat embossing fun. Some of the design team are using some fabulous new products from both Picket Fence Studios & WOW! Embossing Powders stores.

No Blog hop is complete without a prize! WOW! Embossing Powders is giving away a $25 gift certificate to either their UK or USA store.

Picket Fence Studios is giving away a $50 gift certificate to their store.

The Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on THE POSTS.
Thank you so much for joining us!

If you are following the hop, you have arrived from Karen J Reategui blog and your next stop is Amber Rain Davis
For my card today I used the Face the Sun set along with the Stars stencil.
To make the card stamp the image on Navy card stock using embossing ink. Emboss with Turkish delights embossing powder. Secure the stencil on top of the image and apply embossing ink using small blending brush. Emboss with Midnight dream. Watercolor the sunflower using metallic paints. Assemble the card of glitter gold card stock!

Ilina Crouse - YOU ARE HERE
Amber Rain Davis  YOUR NEXT STOP

29 comments:

  1. Oh you certainly inspired me. I’m going to do this.Your card is beautiful.

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  2. wow, that is just stunning, I was wondering what the sunflower would look like on Navy, now I need to try it, haha

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  3. WOW! Love how rich this looks on navy cardstock!

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  4. Wow I love the colors you chose. Gorgeous
    Hugs, Joy

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  5. Amazing!!! I never would have thought to do that on navy!

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  6. Beautiful card. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Lots of glittery and shimmery deliciousness!

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  8. Love the shimmer, from the flower to the starry background. So pretty!

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  9. Beautiful card and I love the gold embossing on the blue background. Great job!

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  10. Fabulously striking card! Beautiful shine and lovely design.

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  11. Such a beautiful card! Love the gold embossing...
    Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Gorgeous embossing
    on your lovely card.
    Carla from Utah

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  13. Wow, what an unusual look, fantastic! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  14. Great card. I like all the sparkley and shiny goodness.

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  15. Wow, that is beautiful! I love the depth and color you achieved with the powders!

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  16. I like this combination. Wonderful choice of powder for this large flower.

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  17. Very serene and pretty. Love navy blue cardstock, and you did a great job embossing and coloring it.

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  18. This card is so beautiful with the dark background. It really shows off the embossing powder.

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  19. Every time I see this sunflower I like it more. Guess it will be my next acquisition- maybe if I win! Your use of shine and glow on the dark background are lovely. Thank you!

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  20. Spectacular design and embossing powder! Looks fabulous against the dark paper!

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  21. Beautiful card love this done on blue cardstock tyfs

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  22. Beautiful card. Love the artsy look.

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  23. This is so unique; I love it.

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  24. This is such a creative use of this floral, thanks for the inspiration.

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  25. Love the shiny look of embossing powder on dark blue cardstock.

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  26. Wow! Love this image with the metallic paint on the navy!! The stenciling after stamping? I didn't know I could do that because I LOVE the affect of those stars!

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  27. Midnight dream and the turkish nights are so beautiful and the glitterati on the card is so festive. I love the dark cardstock and the dreamy shades of ep

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  28. BEAUTIFUL!
    LOVE your stamping & stencilling against the dark blue background ... it reminds me of a Vincent van Gogh painting :)

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  29. Such a fun and artsy look against the dark blue background. Thanks for the inspiraion.

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