Snarky time ATCs - WOW! Embossing Powder


Heippa and happy Monday! During the weekend I kept a live in Finnish were I showed these powders but today I'm sharing some ATCs with a video in English about them. What I'm talking about? The new WOW! Embossing Changers of course! 

What are Changers? They are additives to your existing embossing powers each creating an unique effect to it. As they are additives each one will lighten your powder, but on top of that add something extra to the mix. The set consists of three powders - Texture, Glisten and Sheen. In the video below I first make a stamped layer using each one and then turn those pieces into ATCs. 

My personal favorite of the three is Texture. Like the name suggests, it adds texture to your powder. For a grungy girl like me, it's an awesome powder. Now that the Holidays are coming, Glisten might be in order. Again, the name gives the effect away a little - the powder adds sparkle in your powder with heat resistant glitter. Last but not least of the three is Sheen which makes the powder glossy. Especially if you'd like to turn your opaque powder to more translucent one, Sheen is perfect for that! 

As always, these ATCs are up for grabs so please send me an email if you wish to receive one! The mail address is in the sidebar on the left. 

Thank you for stopping by today! Have a great week!

Materials from WOW! Embossing Powder:

Materials: WOW! Embossing Powder, Tim Holtz, Craft O'Clock, Paper Garden, Ranger, Sizzix 


Dreaming of spring - 7 Dots Studio

Hello there! Today I'm sharing a set of ATCs I did for 7 Dots Studio with you. I made these little more than a month ago when there was already autumn vibes in the air. The days were still warm, but the nights were getting colder and crispier and you could feel the seasons start to change. I picked the color palette up from this season when everything starts to wither but added a sight of spring in the cards by using the little eggs cut from a 12x12 sheet.

I used a pale toned 12x12 sheet as my background for the cards. Instead of cutting 2½x3½” pieces of it, I cut the pieces slightly smaller and backed them using a solid kraft colored cardstock. I attached the layers to each other with sewing to add a little interest to the background. On top I then layered a bunch of elements and mediums. If you want to see how I made the set, please see the video above! 

Thank you for stopping by today! Stay safe everyone! 

Materials from 7 Dots Studio: 

Writer’s Block – 6x6 pad 
Dreamscapes – Tags 12x12
Garden Party – Tags 12x12
Dreamscapes – Word stickers

Materias: 7 Dots Studio, Prima Marketing, WOW! Embossing Powder, Ranger


Trick or read - Sizzix

Moikka! It's Thursday already and the weekend is getting nearer and nearer! The soon(ish) change of month also means that Halloween is closing in. We don't celebrate that as much here in Finland, but I still enjoy doing some Halloween inspired crafts during autumn months. Here's one of them - two bookmarks with little Halloween trick or treaters! 


I used a monoprinted cardstock as my background. There's also some collaging there and I felt that such a colorful background would be good for these characters. I then cut the characters using Thinlits "Spooky" die set. There's also elements from another Halloween themed set called "Halloween set". I've included the item numbers further down. To get the witch and vampire pop from the colorful background I used "Brickwork" embossing folder from the Texture Fades category. 

After taking the pictures, I laminated the pieces so they would be sturdier and endure use. Then I gave them to my daughters. As they are bookmarks, I thought the phrase "Trick or Treat" needed a little twist and I wrote instead "Trick or Read". 

Thank you for stopping by! 

Materials from Sizzix: 

662580 - Thinlits Halloween set die set

Materials: Sizzix, Ranger, Posca


Bright village - GDT Art by Marlene

Hi there! Here's a burst of color in between of vintage toned projects! Somehow these Art by Marlene stamps just scream for happy, vibrant colors and I tend to grab my felt pens to color the images! 

Here I used the two stamp sets from the "Go Dutch!" -collection and created a little dimensional piece. I started by painting a piece of wood using acrylic paints. On top I added some pattern using stencils and a tiny bit of stamping. The main layers are made of the stamped images of the buildings and town from the Art by Marlene stamp sets. 

I used the tiny houses in a row in the background to create a perspective. So the houses in the foreground are bigger and the top most layer is the beautiful tulips. And a happy sun is shining to this bright, colorful town! At least here in Finland the days are starting to be a bit gloomy, so this kind of burst of color is needed! 

Thank you for stopping by today! Have a sunny Wednesday, I hope! 

Materials: Art by Marlene (Studio Light), Seth Apter (StencilGirl), Sinelli, Prima Marketing



This is the time


Heippa! Yesterday I wrote mainly in Finnish as I announced a Facebook live happening this Saturday. Like I said in that post (link), even though the live is in Finnish, you are more than welcome to join! I might try to say something in English as well, and naturally you can always ask! 

Today I'm sharing a project I did with almost the exact same steps as the card I'm re-creating. This mixed media piece has a couple of steps added to the background, but otherwise it's the same composition and elements as the card version. Its purpose is to show that if you are not a card maker, you can use the same steps in your journal, assemblage or any else project! 

Thank you for stopping by today! Hope to see you on Saturday the 26th at 9 am EST / 3 pm CET!

Materials: WOW! Embossing Powder, Sizzix, Prima Marketing, Ranger, Sinelli, Paper Garden, 14 Craft Barn


Embrace family - Klemmarikellari Facebook live


Hi there and sunny Monday! This post will be mainly in Finnish as I'm announcing a Facebook live for a Finnish craft shop happening next Saturday. Naturally you are free to join, but I'm speaking my native language this time instead of English. The live will be at Klemmarikellari's Facebook page.

Heippa ja iloista maanantaita! Poikkeuksellisesti postaus on pääosin suomeksi, sillä aiheena on Facebook live, jonka tulen pitämään tulevana lauantaina klo 16 Klemmarikellarin Facebook-sivuilla! Liven aikana teen vintage-henkisen kortin käyttäen erilaisia materiaaleja. 

Liven aiheena tietyllä tavalla on WOW!n uudet "Changers"-kohojauheet, joilla saa kolme kertaa enemmän jo omistamistaan kohojauheista. Käytän kortin teossa myös Seth Apterin "Metalz" -kohojauhetrioa sekä valkoista gessoa ja kohopastaa. Ja tulee sinne myös sipaus ruostepastaa laitettua.

Toivottavasti pääset mukaan lauantaina klo 16! Nähdään silloin! Kivaa viikkoa!

Materials: WOW! Embossing Powder, Sizzix, Prima Marketing, Nellie's Choice, Ranger


Fortune Favors The Bold - Sizzix

Fri-yay! Yesterday I blogged a tag with a process video and today I have another treat for you! This time it's a triplet of treats as I made a triptych using Sizzix dies. 

My inspiration behind the piece was autumn and migrating birds. I wanted a warm glow to the project, but as you can see from the video, it went a bit too Halloween-like with the black. Luckily you can always add gesso on top! 

I start the triplet by making the backgrounds. On top of a layer of acrylic paint I adhere some hexagons I cut using Thinlits "Stacked Tiles Hexagons" die set. To add another layer and create an illusion of perspective of sorts I cut some black flocks of birds using Thinlits "Birds and Stars" die set. The focal point birds are done cutting using Thinlits "Feathered Friends" die set and colored using Making Essentials Permanent Pens set.

If you wish to see more autumn-style projects with a ghoulish twist, please visit Sizzix UK's Halloween Hub here (link)!

Thank you for stopping by today! Wishing you a creative weekend! 

Sizzix supplies used:

Materials: Sizzix, Prima Marketing, Paper Garden, Ranger, 7 Dots Studio

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