Happy Spooky Harvest 0
Hello Friends Waleska here to share.... mooore spoooky inspiration with you using the latest stamps from Brutus Monroe....
I created this spooky scene using the new Pumpkin Faces and Scare Crows stamp sets... I first stamp and colored the Corn and then hand cut each one...I know kind of crazy... but totally worth... for the look I wanted. Then I stamped and colored the pumkins... this set is great because on this card I used the spooky faces but there are also some cute faces you can use on this set.
I then Ink blend the background using a mask to create the moon light... Finally I adhere all the elements and stamp the sentiment....
What do you think spooky enough???? I loove Halloween like Christopher....and I had so much fun creating this spooky scene... thank you so much for stopping by today I hope you had an amazing weekend!!
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Birthday Badges 0
Today I have two cards to share with you using the Birthday Badges stamp set!
For my card I began using Brutus Monroe Alabaster cardstock. Using my Misti and with help of the Misti corners I aligned the ribbon stamp at a diagonal. I stamped first with Rouge Surface Ink, then Jack O Lantern, and Phonebook. Each time only moving my paper not the stamp. For the second panel I used Sea and Oz Surface Inks.
Next I cut out a scalloped circle from Jack O Lantern and Alabaster cardstock.
I adhered them both to the stamped ribbon panel. Next I stamped Happy Birthday directly onto the panel in Raven Detail ink. I adhered the panel to a side folding A2 card base with Brutus Monroe craft glue and added Glossy accents and Stickles to the flame on the candle.
For the last card I heat embossed the sentiment with Raven embossing powder. I die cut three frames for this card to add over the stamped panel for dimension. Then adhered it to the card base using Brutus Monroe craft glue. I added clear sequins and Stickles to finish my card.
And that's my card for today, thanks for stopping by!
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Embossed resist watercolour Butterfly background 2
Hi everyone! It is Verity here again from Pretty Little Button, so good to be back up on the blog again. I love to incorporate watercolours into my cards when I can and I thought the Butterfly Sentiment 2.0 stamp set was perfect for an emboss resist technique. I wanted to to use the st to create my own dreamy background paper for a bold sentiment to sit on. Whatsmore, Brutus Monroe Alabaster embossing powder works amazing well for emboss resist techniques. So, let's get started!
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Make a Wish 0
I started with a white card base and die cut a hill for the little bunnies, I inked the hill and added some splashes with the same color of ink, I did the same thing with the rest of the card in a different color. I stamp the bunnies with Brutus Monroe Embossing ink and added Raven Embossing Powder, I colored the bunnies with markers and added glue glitter to the presents for some shine. I die cut a frame for the front of the card and adhere it. I used 3D foam dots for the bunnies and stamp the sentiment.
I hope you have an amazing new week!!! And you like my card with this sweet bunnies!! Spring is coming very soon so I was inspired to use bunnies for my card today!
Also remember the Fun "Unicorn Dreams" February Inspiration Box full of amazing products for you to create many many projects, you can find it HERE
Have a great day!
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Travel More Worry Less 0
Pipe Background 0
Hello Friends and Stampers,
Today I am working with a background stamp called Pipe Background by Brutus Monroe. It is perfect for a masculine card. Often we fret about creating something for the males in our lives. This card will work for any occasion based on the sentiment we use.
I started with embossing the background stamp in Brutus Monroe Sterling Embossing powder on gray card stock to create the pipes. I then fussy cut the pipes out. I popped up (attached) the pipes to a black card stock layer then placed this layer onto a Rinea Foil Paper layer in silver.
I embossed the sentiment from Break the Rules stamp set onto vellum in Brutus Monroe Raven embossing powder. The sentiment layer was embellished with metal gears and small sequins in silver that look like small gears adding to the overall industrial look.
The overall card is 6"x6" and the sentiment is approximately 2.5"x2.5".
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