Saturday, 8 July 2017

Make a Difference by Donna Gray


Hi everyone,

Donna here today with a Brusho and Carabelle flower card for you, I thought I’d have a little play with the Brushos’ for a change.





  


What To Do:


Take a sheet of Strathmore Mixed Media paper, spritz with water, randomly sprinkle on a mixture of Brusho colours, dab with kitchen roll, dry with heat gun. Keep going until you’re satisfied with the background….remember less is more!

I used a messy writing stamp from Prima which I don’t think is stocked now but I’ve listed an alternative in the supplies list, stamp randomly onto the Brusho background.

Take a flower Carabelle stamp, stamp twice on separate white card with black Archival ink, fussy cut them out (one of the flower stamped images has been cut in half) then mount onto the background using glue.

Finishing touches include another Carabelle stamp for the ‘stem’, a brad for the centre of the flower and a Tim Holtz small talk sticker sentiment.



Supplies Used:


That’s Crafty! Clear Stamp Set - Textures Set 1 is a substitute for the Prima Messy Writing Stamp


Hope you like it

Donna x

10 comments:

  1. What a great CAS make Donna, instant impact with the dark stamped images onto the bright Brusho background. Love it..
    Hugs Tracey x

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  2. Love this Donna, those quirky flowers look so striking against that gorgeous Brusho background.
    Fliss xx

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  3. Love it Donna. Fab colours and very striking.
    Much love, Bev, x

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  4. The best Carabelle flower Head stamp used brilliantly, hopefully nobody was harmed in the process of making this card? Well it is Brushos lol.
    Love Amanda x

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  5. Love the monotone / colour mix... Really makes those flowers stand out! Xx

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  6. So cool! The quirky flowers have a real impact on the gorgeous background! xxx

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  7. Beautiful mix of Bruchos, the blue tone is stunning there, and your funny flowers are standing so tall and sharp against the lovely colors, behind them. A beaytiful make ,Donna. Hugs, Dorthe xx

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  8. Cool card Donna - love this!
    Gill xx

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