Using Stampin Up silver embossing powder & wildflower meadow

Something a little different for you to start the week off; although it's bright and sunny outside today's project is dark & mysterious with the inspiration coming from the recent rain & thunder storms we have had...

Masking the whisper white cardstock using one of the set of 7 different sized oval framelits (129381 £22.95), I sponged midnight muse ink & the new colours smoky slate (131179 £4.95) & soft sky (131181 £4.95) over the unmasked area to create the moonlit night scene.

 I then Versamark'd (102283 £6.75) the Wildflower Meadow stamp and stamped directly onto the sponged area leaving a residue which was then covered with silver embossing powder (109131 £3.95). I used the Stampin Up heat tool (129054 £25.95) to set the silver powder - I love the way it bubbles and fizzes under the heat lamp :)

 Can you see the little silver dots from the stamp background? They look like little silver stars or jewels in the night :) The sentiment is from the Bring on the Cake stamp set.
 Wildflower Meadow stamp and coordinating embossing folder 
w 129165 £15.95, c 129168 £12.95
folder 129376 £7.50

Bring on the Cake stamp set w 128490 £34.95, c 121958 £27.95

I'm entering this project into this weeks Craft Room challenge #56 - heat embossing, craft rooms sentiments - bling, Fashionista challenge #18 - wings.

Hope you enjoy the project, if you'd like a catalogue or need any of the supplies then please drop me a line at or leave me a comment and I will get in touch. Pop back tomorrow for a very vintage summer project a la Cath Kidston style :)