Maddi here! Sorry we are later than usual I had to go to bed last night before finishing my post! As soon as Mummy told me about the idea of making your own scented embossing powders I knew I needed to be part of the post and as I was home last week it was perfect timing! Today we have made a video together on these cute gummy bears and how to create them with your own custom scent, I choose cherry for this card, you can use Kool-Aid or Hawaiian Punch, as long as they are the sugar free versions, if they have sugar in the go black and burn when you emobss them and no longer have a sweet smell! So here is my card:
I hope you love these bears as much as I do, I am also submitting it to scrapbook.com as they are creating an affiliate playlist and I hope to be featured as Mummy’s apprentice! I also plan to create my own craft blog over the summer as I have my own craft space set up and love to make cards with Mummy, I will ask her if I can check in again to let you know more or share some other cards ideas too. Here is our video, I did the intro, Mummy helped demo and film and I was on hand as her assistant.
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I believe Mummy now gives you a supply list so here is everything we used, don’t forget scrapbook.com always has great offers on and all Tim Holtz products are currently on sale, here is a link to their sale page.
I really hope you enjoyed my post, I have another for you later in the week on chocolate scented embossing powder where I have made Daddy an Easter Card with a ‘nerdy bunny’; Mummy also helped me construct my layout and I have asked her to put that in the video too so you can see her process, as I really find it hard to sometimes put my final card together. Tomorrow Mummy will be back with her final 21 day fix post (she’s looking really slim!), we also have a post on creating scenery and coloring with prisma-pencils, that we filmed while I was home. Mummy will also have a Tim Holtz round up over a couple of posts once she has finished it on her Facebook Live’s this week.
Thanks for stopping by my post,
Maddi & Mummy