Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Hopping With Picket Fence Studios and WOW! Embossing Powder

Hello friends! Today you will see OODLES of amazing projects
using Picket Fence Studios stamps, stencils, and dies, and
WOW! Embossing Powders of all sorts of wonderful colors 
and styles.
Check out the hop list below, and start at the beginning 
so you don't miss out on any prizes!

I have made two cards for the hop. The first is a traditional, 
elegant floral using Rosa Eden Roses 
and A Bluebonnet stamp sets.
I stamped with VersaMark, and embossed with Metallic Silver 
Powder. I added some shadows in the leaves with Copic markers.
Silver thread and navy pearls finish off the card.

My second card is totally different - a mixed media project
using Clear and Primary Pink Robin Embossing Powder, 
watercolor paint, circle dies, and two Picket Fence products:
Vortex of Hearts and Hey You Word Die.
I embossed both the white and black cardstock with 
Vortex of Hearts, and then created a design using circle dies. 
I added the Hey You Word Die, and some sequins for 
embellishments.
I love PFS and WOW! products!

PRIZES - No Blog hop is complete without a prize! 
WOW! Embossing Powders has 6 powders of your choosing 
along with a WOW carry case to store your powders safely in. 
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 blog posts. Winners will be announced the week of 
August 5th on the company blogs, so you have plenty of time 
to hop!

To join this GIVEAWAY you must leave a comment on each blog 
post to have a chance at getting your hands on the prize. 
This hop is open internationally. 

Next up is Jenny Colacicco!

30 comments:

  1. Oooh, delicious with the silver on the blue. Fab stamp and cards. Hugz

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  2. Both are STRIKING! I Love the pink and black together! JUST WOW!

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  3. I love blog hops, WOW, and Picket Fence Studios because they inspire me to create--thank you!!!

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  4. I'm not sure which one I like more. Your second card is so creative.

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  5. These are so beautiful! The first one is jaw dropping, I love the sentiment, too!

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  6. Love the silver against the dark blue.
    I can see angelfish float through
    the hearts on the second card.
    Fantastic card. Beautiful coloring.
    thanks for sharing.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. I Love the navy with the silver emboss...gorgeous!

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  8. Both of your cards are great, but I really love the one with the hearts, and especially the black hearts on the "moon" - I love these little details that add so much to a card!

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  9. I really like the sentiment of the 1st card. It’s beautiful to accept all emotions.

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  10. Love the cards! So different, so simple yet impactful

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  11. Both cards are great, but so different.

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  12. Amazing cards - it's fun to see the different ways to use the stamps & embossing powders.

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  13. Wonderful cards. Especially love the beautiful silver and blue flowers.
    (Gilda)

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  14. Love the color choices! Just beautiful!

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  15. Thank you for the idea of the circled out background!

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  16. Such pretty cards! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  17. These are fabulous cards and that blue and silver one is so dramatic!

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  18. Such different cards, I love them both! Really creative use of the circle dies x

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  19. OH Judy, your navy blue card took my breath away - I am in awe! Such vibrancy and beautiful technique work you've created with both! WOW! TFS :)

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  20. The blue card is stunning and the vortex of hearts is awesome!!

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  21. That blue card is perfect in every way - gorgeous!! And what a fun effect on the hearts.

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  22. Great cards, the blue one is so stylish and the re/pink one is just a lot of fun, so is your blog logo with the cute giraffe

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  23. Both of these cards are amazing in very different ways. I love the elegance of the silver on blue (favorite combo of mine), but I love the pink with the hearts. Great products to work with too

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  24. Fantastic cards! I love the traditional elegant card - such great finishing embellishments too!

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  25. Awesome cards! Love the elegance of the first card! Beautiful color of embossing powder for the dark background!

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  26. I love your header and your giraffe/smiley face. Both of your cards are wonderful. Thank you for sharing and inspiring. quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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