Friday, 13 November 2020

WOW! Embossing Powder and Paper Rose Studio Blog Hop with Elisa Ablett



Hello Crafters and welcome to the WOW! Embossing Powder New Release giveaway Hop! 

My name is Elisa and I am here with you as part of the Paper Rose Studio design team.

We are all so excited to show case to you all our beautiful projects created with products from WOW! Embossing Powder and Paper Rose Studio including some new release goodies.

I decided to be a little different and create a grungy boy scrapbooking page and I went a little crazy with techniques using the Embossing Powder. So stay with me here and I will take you through 
HOW TO GET MORE OUT OF YOUR EMBOSSING POWDERS!



FIRST TECHNIQUE - Embossing Powder over black modelling paste through a stencil!

Use the sticking power of modelling paste or texture paste to use with your embossing powder through a stencil. I used the Hud Stencil from Paper Rose along with Black Puff WP02 (o) from WOW!



SECOND TECHNIQUE - Embossing Powder with Distress Oxides on Die Cuts

Die Cut cogs and other shapes from Paper Rose Metal Dies, colour with Distress Oxides and while they are wet sprinkle your Embossing Powder over the top and heat emboss immediately. You get a delicious grungy textured look to your die cuts. I used Paper Rose Cogs and Textured background dies along with WOW! Embossing Powder - One Hundred and One WL32UH (OM)


THIRD TECHNIQUE - Cover everythinnnnng with embossing powder! just kidding, I covered Chipboard, matt board, and enamel dots.

Use a liquid embossing liquid to cover large items and tricky ones like enamel dots and chipboard. I used One Hundred and One embossing powder again because the finish is just amazing!



FOURTH TECHNIQUE - Rusting Technique - Cover Die Cuts with Black Puff embossing powder and use Metallic Waxes to rust your die cuts 

Die Cut your cogs from Paper Rose Cog Dies, emboss with Black Puff Embossing Powder, once they have been heat embossed and have dried completely. Then using your finger or cotton bud rub different coloured waxes gently over your embossed die cuts, I used Red Amber, Fire Ruby and Copper.


ONE MORE TECHNIQUE - Use a ruler or straight edge palette knife and black modelling paste to create lines and then heat emboss directly onto your page!

Create the lines by adding modelling paste onto a craft messy mat and splicing your palette knife or steel ruler through the paste and tap onto your page to create grungy lines. Sprinkle your embossing powder over the top of the still wet modelling paste and heat emboss. 

Here are some close ups of the scrapbooking page: --







I appreciate that you chose to stop by! Please make sure you leave a comment on each hop for your chance to win one of our $25 Gift Card from both WOW! Embossing Powder and Paper Rose Studio shops by Wednesday November 18th, this is open INTERNATIONALLY!

The Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on ALL THE BLOG POSTS.
To join this GIVEAWAY you must leave a comment on each blog post to have a chance at getting your hands on the prizes.
This hop is open internationally.

Thank you so much for joining the celebration today!


YOUR NEXT STOP IS WITH THE TALENTED MELISSA GOODMAN

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22 comments:

  1. Well that is an incredible work of art. So many great techniques. I am frequently asked to make cards for my husbands coworkers, and as they are in the mechanical industries, I really loved the products you shared (I already have gear and tool dies but have never made them rusty). Thanks for the inspiration.

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    1. Thank you so much, I am so glad I could inspire you to try this technique!

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  2. Marisela Delgado said: Such a great project. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  3. This rocks! So much fun to look at ! love the textures and colors!

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  4. Phenomenal scrapbook layout, so much fun eye candy and a lovely palette for the masculine theme! Thank you for sharing your creative layout!

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  5. Gorgeous colours and textures. Fabulous page and fabulous tips. I have 101 and I haven't used it! Yet!!! Hugz

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  6. So striking! I particularly like the black and white speckle.

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  7. I LOVE your layout and mixed media! JUST FABULOUS!

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  8. Thank you for sharing your techniques, these are amazing...I really love the One hundred and one embossing powder you used

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  9. What a fabulous layout full of grungy deliciousness and lovely textures that work so well with your chosen dies. I love the 101 embossing powder creates such fab texture.

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  10. I really like the deep red, and the gears. Very cool look!

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  11. Wow! So many beautiful textures and colors! Lovely!

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  12. Love the colors and textures on your projects!

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  13. This is really neat and fun thanks for the tips

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  14. WOW absolutely amazing looking scrapbook page layout! I really love all of the colors and layers of fun!

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  15. That is amazing! So much look at and wonder if I could make it look as cool! (Probably not. Ha!)

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  16. wow, love the colors and textures!

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  17. What an incredible layout! I love all the layers and texture!

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