Friday, November 13, 2020

Paper Rose Studio and WOW! embossing powder blog hop


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

Thank you Karen Reátegui for sending everyone my way!

For those of you that don't know me I am on Paper Rose Studio's design team and

I am so excited to be asked to take part in this blog hop to show case to you the new release collection from WOW. 

I appreciate that you chose to stop by! 

Here is my project that I created using WOW! embossing powders and Paper Rose Studio Dies.

I have die cut Paper Roses' Daisies Die out of white card and pieced back into the outline all the petals. Once in place I have heat embossed the inside pieces with WOW embossing powders in 'Love Is The Drug' and 'Rose Glintz'.

The easiest way to do this is to use an embossing pen to colour in each petal an then sprinkle the powders on starting with Rose Glintz at the centre of the flower and then Love Is The Drug around the outer edges.
I have then heated the powders. To get the depth I needed as well as to create a smooth finish I have repeated this process again.

Once embossed I have then die cut another layer of the Daisies die and glued that on top to tidy up any overlap and add extra depth.

I have then done this process again for all three flowers.

The Hello Gorgeous fine script sentiment has also been die cut out of white card and heat embossed with
'Angel Eyes' embossing powder.

I have cut out my background using the Diagonal Stripe die in white and I have coloured the
cut out pieces with copic markers in shades of turquoise in tones from light to dark.

Supplies Used:


Rose Glintz
Love Is The Drug
Angel Eyes

Paper Rose:

18533 Daisies Die
18572 Diagonal Stripe Coverplate
19706 Hello Fine Script Die
19685 Gorgeous Fine Script Die

So here is how it works.
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.

Now your next blog to visit is

Daniel Diaz 

so please hop on over and have
look at his fantastic project
I know he would love to have you visit too!

Thanks again for stopping by and don't forget to leave your comment on each blog.

Now if you're lost here is the list of all the bloggers over the two days:

See you next time

Mandy x


  1. beautiful card! beautiful powders!

  2. Lovely card! What a great idea to use an embossing pen (I hope mine hasn't dried out) and then emboss with powders. The daisy dies are so pretty and it would be a lot more work to inlay the petals to add dimension.

  3. Really lovely card... The effect is amazing

  4. Wow the daisies really stand out with the embossing, great card!

  5. So pretty! Love the embossing!

  6. Oooh, lovely dies and I love the embossing duo you used on the petals. So pretty. Hugz

  7. The embossed flowers are so lovely paired with the pretty teal!

  8. I love the colour blending on the petals!

  9. I love the colour blending on the petals!

  10. I love the colour blending on the petals!

  11. What gorgeous flowers and embossing!

  12. Such a beautiful card. Love how you used the embossing powders so creative and works so well with your chosen dies

  13. The background die looks great. I like the aqua you chose to go with the flowers, too. Nice.

  14. Love your cards! The ombre red embossing is incredible!

  15. Beautiful colors of embossing powders! Angel Eyes is my favorite, and it's so pretty with the red flowers!

  16. This card is really georgous thanks for sharing and thanks for the inspiration

  17. This card was a lot of work and it shows...very classy!

  18. Oh my gosh! Your card is just so gorgeous! I really love the embossing powder colors that you chose to use too!

  19. OMG I love how you have blended the embossing powders. Just beautiful