WOW! and Picket fence studios blog hop....!!

Hey everyone....

It's time for a fun blog hop with "WOW! embossing" and "Picket fence studio"....

The teams have created awesome projects to share with you and get you inspired!!

I created a bright and fun card using the stamp "Mixed tape love" from Picket fence. 
I thought this stamp would be so much fun and how funny is the little sentiment!!

How many of you remember cassette tapes??!! Gone are the days right....


To create this card I cut out some "Stitched circle frames" from Create a smile stamps in different colours of cardstock and then layered them all in together. 
I then gave them a coat of WOW! embossing ink and covered in WOW! "Wanderlust" embossing powder. Tipped off the excess and heat seat resulting in a colourful and sparkly piece for my background!!


Using WOW! melt it powder I created these super cute little heart embellishments...

The melt it powder is so much fun, all you do is put some melt it powder into a foil melt it case from WOW!, mix in your desired colour powder (I used Copacabana, unfortunately this is a retired colour)... give it a mix and then heat from underneath with your WOW! dual heat gun to melt it all. 

Once its all melted you tip into your WOW! mould, they don't take long at all to set... 
You then pop them out and you have handmade embellishments!!


The cassette tape I stamped, coloured with alcohol markers and then fussy cut around it... Added it to the card base with some foam tape for dimension and stamped the sentiment direct onto the card base!!

This finished off my card...
I hope you like it and I hope you have lots of fun hopping along the blog hop!! 


No blog hop is a blog hop without a prize right....

WOW! Embossing Powders has 6 powders of your choosing along with a WOW carry case to store your powders safely in.
Picket Fence  is giving away a $50 gift certificate to their store.
The Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on THE POSTS.
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.

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Happy hopping, Hugz Ashlee 


Comments

  1. Great tip to get the sparkly circles and I love the little hearts. Hugz

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  2. Love the handmade embellishments! Such a cute card!

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  3. Adorable! This is the first time I’ve heard of the WOW melt it powder and I am intrigued. What a cool idea!

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  4. This is soooo cute! I wish I could say I don't remember cassette tapes but sadly I do :).... Great rainbows!

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

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  6. What a cute and fun card - time machine back to the 80's!

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  7. What a brilliant card, I am totally in sparkly love! :-)

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  8. One of the rahabber programs
    I watched last night found some
    VHS tapes. Young one said she'd
    never seen one - had heard of
    them. Cassettes are the same.
    Hate when we show our age.
    Love your rainbow - so colorful
    and glittery. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  9. Love your beautiful, sparkly card.
    (Gilda)

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  10. This brings back memories of packing for my Jr High trip to Disneyland and spending the whole time recording my favorite songs onto mixed tapes. 💖😂

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  11. Love that fun, colorful card. The Wanderlust embossing powder looks wonderful. I only have gold, silver and white -- that may have to change.

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  12. Hej I love this retro feel card with the glitter circles, and your melt it hearts are making me think I should maybe give that a go... Love it!

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  13. Very pretty Sparklely rainbow!

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  14. I was bowled over by the sparkly circles, but then I read about the 'melt it' hearts - holy moly! I never knew they existed! Thanks for cluing me in - and sharing your awesome card :)

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  15. Never heard of WOW melt it powder & really love your technique resulting in colorful, sparkly circles for the back ground! Thanks for sharing your ideas!

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  16. Loving your fun retro card design and all the bright happy colors! Never even heard of the Melt-It powders but now I'm intrigued.

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

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  18. I love the heart embellishments, they’re so cute! What a great retro card (I fondly remember tape cassettes!) x

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  19. Such a fun card! Love the rainbow record and those hearts are adorable!

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  20. Oh this is amazing! I still have some of my old cassette tapes AND walkman! How gorgeous this is with the elegant design and super fresh, fun colors! Brilliant! TFS )

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  21. I've never heard of the WOW melt it powder, I would love to try that out! Your card is awesome, reminds me of growing up in the 70's but with more sparkle!

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  22. I love the glitter circles. Lots of creative things here!

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  23. I only got rid of my MCs or cassette/tapes a few years ago, but they're back now, much like records...kept those though :-D love your sparkly rainbows

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  24. Cute with the cassette tape and love the sparkly circles of color.

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  25. Beautiful, creative and absolutely fantastic design!

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  26. Oh wow, there truly are so many new WOW products. I didn’t know know about the melt it embellishments. Love your card, the glittery circle, the (ancient) cassette (yes, I’m old enough to remember them), and the cute little hearts. Great giveaway, too.

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  27. Great, I'm into the 90s and a tape is so groovy. :D

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  28. Awesome card! Love that background!

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  29. oh your card is sweet. thank you for inspiring today. i remember cassette tapes. we had so many all lined up. and it was so sad when one got used so much, it didn't work well anymore.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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