WOW! Some new stamps :)

Very exciting news – WOW! Embossing Powders have new stamp designs available. Here’s a quick card showing some of them, with a minimalist design suitable for beginners.

I’m entering it into the ‘Less is More’ one layer challenge this week as well. I’ve prepared an instruction sheet ready for the Hobbycrafts show at the NEC, Birmingham (22nd-25th March) – here – I’d love you to have a look and let me know if it’s clear enough!

 

7 thoughts on “WOW! Some new stamps :)

  1. Hola Neil, is very interesting to see a man playing in a challenge of cardmakers:D.
    I like the blue and white contrast, very vibrant, and your soft dandelion is really beautiful, good luck in Birmingan:D.
    Regards from Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

  2. Hi Neil
    I’ve read the instructions they were perfectly clear.
    If this helps I do have some top tips of my own. To reduce static cling of embossing powder, first I wipe the card over with a tumble dryer sheet or cornflour or talcum powder wrapped in a pad of cloth (muslin) or an embossing buddy which is a pad with pounce powder in it.
    Another top tip of mine is to heat the embossing powder from behind the card to reduce the heat gun from blowing the powder everywhere.
    Good luck
    Lizzie

    • Thanks for those tips… The WOW! powders are anti-static, so no need for antistatic pad unless you’ve got greasy fingermarks… And I just don’t get on with heating from the underside – takes much longer and I scorch too often!

  3. If you are at the NEC on the Saturday, I may just stop by to say Hi!
    Super card Neil, I just love dandelion images.
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    “Less is More”

    • Thanks Chrissie! I will be on the WOW! stand between 11-3pm on the Saturday, or else milling about with everyone else. I’m also on the WOW! stand all day Sunday if anyone else wants to come say hello šŸ™‚

  4. I adore dandelions, this is a FAB one
    Wont be at NEC this time, but, maybe will se you another time
    Have fun!

    Thank you very much
    mandi
    “Less is More”

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