Pink & Main and WOW Collaboration Blog Hop

Hello Everyone,

I am so excited today as I am part of a wonderful Blog Hop between Pink and Main and WOW. I love their embossing powders, I actually own quite a few of them as their price point and size is just perfect.


Before diving in the card I created for the occasion, let me show you how I swatch my embossing powders.


I cut a bunch of Stitched Arch tags from Neenah White 110lb cardstock and used the Pattern maker stamp set to make my swatches. I inked it up with clear embossing ink and poured the different embossing powders on it. I used coffee filters to catch the remaining powders, in this way I could funnel it back to the jars. I heated them with a heat tool and used a ring binder to hold the tags together. For the white powders I used black cardstock.


And now lets get in the details of my card.


I stamped, coloured a bunch of images from the Eskimo kisses stamp set and used their coordinating dies to cut them out. I wanted to make a mini scene in a picture frame, so I die cut a few Cloudy Frames and stacked them together using liquid glue. I covered the top layer with clear embossing ink and poured WOW Metalline Dark Blue embossing powder on it. I heated it with my heat tool and repeated the process 3 times until I got an even and quite thick layer. It looks like a metallic chipboard frame in this way, so fancy!


I cut a light blue cardstock rectangle to back the frames and also used a Scalloped Waves die to cut my snowbanks from white glitter cardstock. If you don’t have glitter cardstock, you could easily make your own using embossing glitters from WOW!


I assembled my scene and popped up the dog and the eskimo with 3D foam squares. For the background I used a patterned paper from the Be brave paper pad. I heat embossed the sentiments from the Wishes stamp set starting with the big “Wishes”. I used WOW White Puff embossing powder to get a snowy look. The texture is amazing and touch of it is so unique too.


Then I heat embossed “sending” and “warm” around it using WOW Opaque Bright White embossing powder. I adhered the whole panel to a white top folding card base and the card is finished. I love how all the special effects make the scene so complete. And it was so easy to achieve with embossing powders.


I hope you like my card and got inspired. Make sure to hop along with both Design Teams, here is the full list of participants:

WOW! Embossing Powder

Pink & Main




















Zsofia – you are here

There are prizes to be won, just to make it really fun! Those who comment on all blogs will enter the giveaway to win either a 25USD gift certificate to Pink and Main or a goodie bag from WOW! The random winner will be announced on the WOW and Pink and Main blogs on Wednesday, October 22, 2018.


Enjoy the hop and see you soon,




32 thoughts on “Pink & Main and WOW Collaboration Blog Hop

  1. Gosh, not only did you make an adorable card, but you gave us so many fabulous tips, too! I love the idea of a ring for my WOW embossing powders. Thanks so much! 🙂

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  2. Thank you for showing how you swatch your embossing powders, I definitely need to do that! Your card is adorable, I love how the frame came out, it really does look like metal. Thanks for sharing and the inspiration. (

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  3. First , I really love your swatches! What a fantastic Idea! I will have to “lift” this idea! Your card is AWESOME! Just love it! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Love the eskimo card. Popping some of
    the designs off the card was a great idea.
    I need to make a sampler of powders –
    thanks for the idea.
    I left a message for Olga on her U-tube
    post – couldn’t figure out how to leave
    a comment on her blog post.

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  5. Darling card! Love the cute scene you created! The swatches are awesome! I love seeing all those colors and textures to decide which to use on a card!


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