Hi lovely crafty friends, today I want to show you the gorgeous new Ranger Speckle Embossing Powders. These fun colour blends are amazing and I am super excited about them. I have a bunch of cards I made to give you some inspiration on how to use them.

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In the video I have some fun techniques, from using just one colour to multi colour techniques so be sure to watch today’s video to see all techniques in action.

The powders are a blend
of colours, glitter and textured bits 
from really fine powder
and bits of glitter with bigger chunks in white and gold it comes in six
different colours. Here you can see the
colours and they are all opaque except for the flurries colour
that is partly translucent and it has a bit of
depth in it that is really cool.

These are the colours Ranger Ink – Speckle Embossing Powder – Blueberry ( SBC | RNG )
Flurries ( SBC | RNG ) Cotton Candy ( SBC | RNG ) Lavender ( SBC | RNG )  
Lemon Drop ( SBC | RNG ) and Mint Chip ( SBC | RNG

For the first cards I added s gtrip of the embossing powder in the middle.

I added a sentiment
in the same colour 
of the spray I used on
top and bottom.

And here you can see the fun effect the soft colour embossing powder has with the brighter distress oxide inks.

For the next card I cut
the tim holtz Nordic winter die 
out of black and white card

The flurries colour that is partly translucent and it has a bit of depth in it that is really cool

On black card it shows that the flurries colour that is
partly translucent except for the bigger
chunks and glitter which give a real fun effect.

On the next card I cut
a bunch of circles out of double side adhesive 
and I added them to a
white card and I used only one colour embossing powder.

I added the sentiment I coloured with gold
embossing powder
For this next card I used a piece of double sided adhesive on a complete card to create sort of a rainbow

The powder have a bit of
a vintage feel to them 
I think it’s because of
the soft colours.

I finished with a printed sentiment and some big stone drops
in gold

For the last card I cut the festive
repeat dots 3 times in a row. And added the embossing powders blended for another fun look.

I finished again with another big sentiment
with embossed letters in gunmetal colour. I hope you are inspired
and that I showed you that you don’t need all
colours of a new product to make fun projects

If you are intrigued
just go with your favourite colour to try it.

Thanks for stopping by and make sure to keep on crafting!