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JK-5K

Today I am going to share with you a layout I made using two of my favorite WOW! Glitter Embossing Powders....Suzy West Sierra Sunrise and Black Glint (my other favorite is the Neutral Ultra Shimmer!)
Ever since I can remember I have loved to run. Even now that I am older I still love to run 5K races regularly throughout the summer. I do it because I love it and not for the time. So when I found out I had actually placed at this race I was thrilled. So to highlight this achievement I made this layout.

Since yellow is my favorite color I took yellow cardstock and cut out the JK 5K and then embossed them with the Suzy West Sierra Sunrise Embossing Powder.
Then on my chipboard numbers and letters I double embossed them by first embossing them with Ebony and then with Black Glint. I wanted to make sure they had a really good black base. I just love how the glitter embossing powder just gives your project a little extra sparkle.
Thanks for stopping by today and be sure to come back tomorrow and see a group post by one of our amazing teams!!

Warmly,
Sherrie!!

Comments

  1. That looks so awesome! And how wonderfull you were placed at the race!!

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  2. Great accomplishment and great page :)

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  3. Way to go! My DH and DS both run and now I think I'll add some embossed bling to some of their race scrapbook pages! Great idea!

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  4. Cool layout! Love the design too! Those are really great colors!!!

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  5. Great layout! Those letters really stand out!

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  7. Came over from Paper Crafters Library...I love the idea of the non-static properties of your powder!

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  8. Wow what a product there is nowhere u cant use it . brill week

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  9. I like how you embossed the letters. Shiny and nice

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  10. Like the embossed letters. Awesome job!

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  11. Wow, these are great products!

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  12. Hi Sherrie! Congrats on placing. I love the layout and all the detail you put into the page!The letters just pop off the page!

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  13. Love the black glitter on plain black embossing and I intend to try the same with the WOW powders I just couldn't resist. Thanks for sharing and congratulations!

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