Brutus Monroe/ThermOWeb Week

Brutus Monroe/ThermOWeb Week

My good crafting friends, we are having a fun week of collaborating with our friends at Therm-O-Web! Be sure and check out our blog and Therm-O-Web's blog daily to see some great creations made with our products. Be sure and read this blog to the end to get a great incentive. (hint: prize opportunity)

Using the Brutus Monroe Simply Blends Square stencil/mask it was super easy to create this blended background. Using a stencil of skeleton heads, Deco Foil Transfer Gel was applied to the blended area of the card layer.  To prevent the gel from getting on the card layer the Simply Blends Square stencil was used as a mask. Once dried, the card layer was foiled in silver using Deco Foil.

Next, the Brutus Monroe Botanical Banners stamp set was used. The flowers were colored with Style File Markers and cut out using the Scan & Cut. The banner sentiment was stamped and cut also. The initial card layer was layered onto two coordinating layers and the flowers and sentiment were popped up using Thermoweb foam squares.

ThermOWeb is generously giving away a $25 gift card to one lucky fan. To get entered into the give away comment and like blogs and Facebook posts for both companies.

We are looking forward to seeing your creations on the Brutus Monroe Facebook Fan Page. 

Enjoy

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Comments

Cynthia Cole - April 18, 2018

This card is awesome! Great combination of your products and therm-o-web.

Denise Bryant - April 17, 2018

Awesome background and roses! Love the colors!

LIsa bZibziak - April 17, 2018

Awesome! Love the skulls with the beautiful floral….dia de los muertos-esque …lol…is that a term? Just love it!

Natalie Godfrey - April 16, 2018

Awesome job on your card! I have never tried foiling I would love to try my hand at it.

Sharon Gullikson - April 16, 2018

I like the rough/sweet look. Very cool.

Sue D - April 16, 2018

I like the colors of the background and the pretty flowers.

Linda Wilson - April 16, 2018

I love the design! Romantic pirate is what I’d call it!!

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