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Let's go to the Theatre!

Let's go to the Theatre!

Say hello to the Brutus Monroe Birthday Box! Every year we put together an exclusive LIMITED EDITION Card kit and this is one of our biggest yet! Don't miss out on all of the fun included in this kit. 

  • Theater Icons- 6x8 Stamp
  • Theater Icons Cutting Die
  • Encore - 3x4 Stamp
  • No Day But Today 2x3 Stamp
  • Night Out Slimline Paper Pad
  • No Day But Today Die Set
  • Theater Life Mixed Media Stencil
  • Fade Slimline Stencil
  • Galaxy Sequin Sheet 
  • Star Stickers
  • Assorted Brutus Monroe Cardstock
  • Glitter | Raven 
  • Embossing Powder | Curtain Call (brown bagged)
  • 5 A2 Cardbases 

For the full collection click here!

Now for some inspiration:

Candi had some fun creating an empty stage just waiting for its actors.  She used the All the Worlds a stage Stamp, Die and stencil bundle to create her scene.  For some fun, she used the stencil with the Curtain Call Embossing Powder. Then after cutting with the coordinating die, she stamped the All the World's A Stage stamp and heat embossed the Pearl Embossing Powder.  For her backdrop, she masked off the two Theatre Masks and used Gold Chroma Glaze.  Created by Candi V @sugarcards

Donna created 2 curtains from the All the World’s a Stage set, using the stamp, Stencil, Die and a mix of Mic Drop and Curtain Call embossing powder.  She then pieced them together on foam tape over a stage from the Night Out papers.  She then added her daughter’s dance pictures and a sentiment to remind her daughter that her future as choreographer is very bright. Created by Donna T. - @DonnaTCrafting
Sara is the aunt to three theater kids so you know she was excited about this release. She used the All The World’s A Stage Stamp and Stencil as the backdrop for a very unique graduation card for her nephew. She added images from the Theater Icons stamp set for some embellishment and the Marquee Stamp And Die to tell her nephew how proud she is of his accomplishments! Created by Sara Scraps @sarascraps
Walter made this black and gold card in honor of theatre appreciation.  Perhaps you know an actor who needs some encouragement, or a drama teacher who needs to know how much she is appreciated?  This beautiful card may be used for so many occasions.  Made with the Theater Life stencil, glossy black paper, and gold Chroma Glaze, the background is an ode to the muses of comedy and tragedy.  A sentiment and pairs of tickets colored with the Angel of Music Chroma Mist add a little something extra. Created by Walter Zemrock 
Dana is celebrating an a cappella performance at her child’s high school on this horizontal 8.5x11 mixed media scrapbook layout. She created her background using a bubble paint technique and then added stenciled stars and ink splatters. Dana used new theater themed stamp sets to create her own embellishments. Mic Drop Embossing Powder and Topaz Flat Backed Crystals add sparkle and shine to her design. Created by Dana @danatatar
Candi created this colorful Rainbow Thank you card using a variety of items from the No Day But Today Release.  She ink blended 3 colors of ink for her background before stamping it with the Encore and Theatre Icon stamps.  For some added interest, she splattered Glided and Raven Splashes and added some Gilded Embossing Powder in a few spots.  For her sentiment she used Christopher's Sentiments and added some of the new Crystals for some shine. Created by Candi V @sugarcards 
Walter created this fun celebration of musical theatre using items from the Christopher’s Birthday Box release.  He made the background by mixing Waitress Chroma Mist with Opal Chroma Glaze and applying it to an A2 size Raven card panel using the Fade Slimline Stencil.  He then sprayed Waitress Chroma Mist into a piece of white card stock and die cut the No Day But Today letters; the background for it was cut from gold foil card stock.  The last step was embossing the musical notes onto gold card stock using Raven embossing powder and then cutting them out with the coordinating die. Created by Walter Zemrock
Sara created this card with the Theater Icons Stamp Set. She used repeat stamping to create her background, colored in the elements, then popped up some of them using foam tape for extra dimension. Lastly, Sara added some little crystal details! Created by Sara Scraps @sarascraps
Last but not least, here are some of the projects that Christopher Alan created using this release:
You can watch him create this card here 
You can watch Christopher create this project here
To see how Christopher made this card, head over to YouTube
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