Dragon Kisses 0
Hello everyone! Aletha Jane here with a little more Brutus/Monroe inspiration to add to the amazing creations by our talented Inspirations team.
For my project I decided to use the new “Dragon Kisses” clear stamp set. I love all this in the mythical and magical realm. Dragons are included!
I stamped one of the dragons with our Raven Ink for alcohol markers. Love this amazing ink! It loves water and alcohol! You will love this ink so much that we suggest getting the Raven re-inker.
My next step was the coloring. I did use markers in my stash, but I cannot wait to work with Brutus/Monroe’s alcohol markers.
To finish my birthday card I trimmed some designer paper, from my stash, down to the right size, and edged those with more Raven cardstock. All pieces were then attached to my card base with our craft glue. The last three things were stamping the sentiment, trimming that with Raven cardstock, added black flat-back pearls and glitter pens from my stash.
Thanks so much for stopping by our Brutus/Monroe’s Inspiration blog. Check back every day for more inspiration from our team. On Wednesday, July 18, we will have an inspirational blog hop. You'll not want to miss that!Have a great week and "create your own ending"!
Sentiment Balloons!! 0
Life is Short... 0
'Watercolouring' with Surface Sprays 0
Hi everyone! It is Verity here again from Pretty Little Button, so good to be back up on the blog again. So today I am showing you how you can 'watercolour' with the surface sprays. Now I have put quotation marks around watercolour as the sprays aren't watercolours but you can use them in a similar way to get a bold bright watercolour look. Simply add a little spray to a palette well and add a little water. Then use any brush to paint but bare in mind, when they dry they are permanent. So to add shading, start off light and layer to add depth and dimension.
'Watercolouring' with Surface Sprays card details:
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Pause my Game for you! 0
Ester Bags 0
Hello Friends Waleska here from craftinglovew with another Monday Blog Post for you! Today I wanted to share a different kind of project with the adorable bunnies from Bunny Kisses stamp set, there are so many different ways to create with stamps and ink, here is how I did this one!
I started with a piece of Brin Cloth to create the Easter bag the measure was 16 x 14 cms. I stamped the bunnies with the Misti stamping tool to the fabric with Brutus Monroe Raven Detail Ink.
I heated the stamped image with a heat gun, and sew the bag together with a little flap to insert the ribbon.
I wanted a very clean and simple easter bag design so I could mass produce it for my kids' friends.
I finally spray the image with hair spray for a durable crisp image and added the candy. I hope you can give this idea a try, stamp images to create fun treat bags.
Have a wonderful week