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Silver Lining ~ GIU day 2



Hello Friends

Welcome to my second day of being the growing in Unity girl.  Today I went with another card and I used Brusho Crystal Colours this time on my card.  These are pigmented coloured powders that I love :)

You may have seen me using them before I am quite addicted.  They come in a wee pot that lasts forever.  You sprinkle some brusho on your paper and then spray some water and then sit back and watch the magic happen. This background is what I was left with after I had dried it with my heat gun. I used the Turquoise colour on my card today.

 This stamp I used today was one I had for a couple of years and have never used. I just never knew what to do with it until now. This stamp is called Silver Lining. I used the cloud as a template and cut around some silver glitter paper and used some foam dots to stick it down.  I love the 3D effect if the cloud on the card.  I love the way it turned out. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today I hope you like my card.

Remember and leave a comment if you want to be in with a chance of winning some lovely Unity stamps.

Mandi xox

Comments

  1. Good morning Mandi!!. Love glitter paper lots!!. Very true card that every cloud has a silver lining - although at the time we may not feel that way. Beautiful background for the card. I think I really do need to get a heat gun lol.

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  2. What a beautiful background, Mandi. The powders sure made a nice effect on your card. Awesome.

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  3. Stunning background on this card and this is one that you could mass produce easily.

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  4. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! The turquoise Brusho background is so gorgeous! So perfect with the silver/black/white. I adore the tub you sent me, too!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
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  5. Congrats on your GIU week, and for being the first one in 2016!! I recently bought some Brushos and can't wait to try them out so your card is really inspiring me to jump in!

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  6. Beautiful BG. I love how it turned out, too. And I love happy surprises (tho you probably can't go wrong with the powders!).

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  7. Love the colored powders on this card,will have to try them. Your card turned out great! Unity stamps rock!

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  8. Yummy background. Love those brushos. Cute card. Hugz

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  9. Fun techniques on this card, Mandi.

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  10. Love this card! Great background and sentiment! Love the silver cloud!

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  11. Love Love Love this with the silver cloud. I love my brushos, thanks for the inspiration.

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  12. Your background is beautiful. Love the silver cloud with that sentiment.

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  13. Love the background and that glittery cloud is the best!

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  14. What abeautiful card,love the silver cloud and the sentiment!Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Beautiful color on this card! I love how you used the stamp as a template. Thanks for sharing your work with us today.

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  16. Great background for this silver cloud.

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  17. I love your brusho background!

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  18. The blue background is very cool and artsy.

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  19. Very creative! I am not familiar with Brusho Crystal Colors. I will have to look that one up. It's a perfect way to use that stamp set.

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  20. Love your silver cloud! Wonderful card!

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  21. This card flows so well! Everything from the background, to the cloud, to the sentiment is perfect.

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  22. Never seen the brusho crystals but they are amazing. I love the texture it left. I will definately have to check these out

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  23. What an awesome background! Thanks for the idea!!

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  24. A gorgeous card! Love the colors in that background!!

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  25. the background is gorgeous nice idea.

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