Special effects embossing powder for #WWYS115

Creating special effects with Embossing powder can make a stunning card. Using techniques can help in making a handmade card. There are so many ways to use our stamp pads, that it can get over complicated very easy. If you have ever wanted to create a background with a special look, then I hope you like this card. For today’s project, I am bringing attention to a different way to create an interesting background. This week at the What Will You Stamp challenge, we are stamping with Beautiful You stamp set. Be sure to go over to the page and check out all of the Design Team’s cards this week and if you are up to a challenge…. add a photo of your card as well!


Special Effects with Embossing Powder

special effects with embossing powder by Jenny Hall     Special effects using Beautiful You for WWYS 115 by Jenny Hall


Design Details

Creating Special Effects using your Embossing Powder


To create the look of falling rain, I used a dry embossing folder and a bit of embossing powder. First I ran the card front through the Big Shot Die Cutting Machine with the Softly Falling Embossing Folder. This gives a raised bumpy surface to the card stock. Once the bumps were raised it was easy to dab the VersaMark sticky ink pad on the bumps to allow the embossing powder to stick. Gold and silver embossing powder mixed together gives a platinum sort of look and just enough shine to seem like rain.

The stamping is featured inside of a cutout oval frame. I used the Layering Ovals Framelits dies in two sizes to get the framed and matted look I desired. The sentiment is a special treat! The Pretty Label Punch and Label Me Pretty stamp set are featured in the upcoming 2017 Annual Catalog. Inside the card, I used all five of the new In Colors for a floral effect with the sentiment. The new In Colors work great together! Swirly Bird Bundle is still 10% off through the end of May, don’t miss the discount.




special effects with embossing powder by Jenny Hall     special effects with embossing powder by Jenny Hall

measurements for this project

Basic Black card stock card base is 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
Basic Gray card stock layer: 4″ x 5″ scrap for die cut
Whisper White card stock panel: 4″ x 5 1/4″ plus scraps for die cuts/punch


Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂

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special effects with embossing powder by Jenny Hall


Having more ways to create a focal point on your project can make a project work for you. Thanks for stopping by today.

-Jenny Hall

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  1. That is way cool how you did the rain. I haven’t experiment too much with the oval framing. I think I need a tutorial 🙂 The inside of your card is wonderful. When I first saw the colors, I thought I could live without them…that has changed! Have a blessed week.

    • Hi, Karen! I love the ovals. They at first were not a must but I was wrong. I find so many uses for them. Glad you are warming up to the new colors! I’m loving the combinations. That inside panel could have easily been a card front too 😉 Blessing for your week 🙂 -Jenny

  2. Awesome card Jenny! And I agree with you, the inside of the card could be a card front. I love your embossed rain technique. May have to CASE you on that one! I signed up for your newsletter while I was here too, and I’ve gotta say I LOVE the confetti shower! So cool! xo

    • Hello, Gail! You must share your CASE, I love your creativity and am sure you can do something wonderful with this technique. Thanks for the sign up too 🙂 -Jenny

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