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Craft Stamper Take It Make It Challenge ~ Take A Stamp


Hello Friends

Welcome to my first post as part of the Craft Stamper TIMI design team! I am so excited to be part of this wonderful group of designers.

Our theme this month is Take a Stamp! As long as there is stamping somewhere on your project that is all that matters. Easy right? So you can express yourself however you want to.  All of the details can be found here.

  This is the project I came up with. I used white embossing powder and Brusho.  I LOVE Brusho it is my new addiction. I love how you can take a wee pot of coloured powder and create such organic patterns with it.  I used a Unity stamp on this card called - Don't be like the rest of them. I love this stamp so much it incorporates two of my favourite things butterflies and script writing.



I stamped with VersaMark ink then heat embossed with white embossing powder. Then sprinkled some Brusho and sprayed my paper. Once I got the pattern I wanted from the Brusho I heat set it. Then I went back over the butterfly and made it much darker to make it stand out. I stamped the love always sentiment right in the corner with VersaFine ink. Next I distressed the edges, then took my scissors and fussy cut the wings from the paper but left the body intact. I pulled the wings forward to make it look like the butterfly is actually about to take flight. Finally I mounted it on to a white card base that was also distressed.
 
I hope you like my card! I love the way it turned out. So now it is is your turn, come and join in the fun grab a stamp and create something. We have some pretty great prizes for you to win. Our lovely sponsor is WOW! Embossing Powder and you get to win a set of 6 vintage embossing glitters in a case, and this lovely lace stamp.




Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today!

Mandi xox

I am also linking this card to Unity FWF :) 

Comments

  1. I also dicovered (bought :) ) Brusho a month ago!

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  2. Your card is absolutely stunning! Awesome job,

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  3. So beautiful. Not sure what brusho is will have to search it out.

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  4. A fabulous monochromatic card, Mandi!

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  5. Ohh, LOVE this card! Gorgeous! Gotta get my hands on some Brusho!!!

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  6. Saw your card on FWF! This is stunning! I've never heard of Brusho until today - wow! What a beautiful creation - thanks for sharing :)

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  7. I saw your gorgeous card at FWF, this is stunning. Carol x

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  8. Your card is beautiful!! Love how you cut out the wings :)

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  9. WOW! Your card is amazing!!! Came from FwF...

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  10. Stunning card Mandi. I am playing with Bisters. I am told Brusho is the same type of product. I will see by testing on scraps first.

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  11. Congrats on the design team position! So glad I stopped by to see the dimension on your butterfly...fabulous! I have been playing with color bursts similar product that is new and easier to find in the US. I too am enjoying some embossing resists.

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  12. I love this!!! The colour is fab ..... and I need that stamp!!! x

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  13. WOW! Such a great technique. Beautiful card. I'm going to have to try this!

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  14. Love your gorgeous monochromatic card!

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  15. WOW, gorgeous art Mandi. Lovely background colors and technique. And the butterfly is amazing popped up like that. Very creative work.

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  16. This is fabulous, Mandi! Great dimension with the butterfly image.

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  17. Absolutely stunning!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE the colors and your use of the stamps. Wonderful dimension with the lifted wings, too. Fabulous work!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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