Hello friends! I’m super excited that this month I have the pleasure of guest designing for Brutus Monroe! Yay!
I know you have probably heard me mention some of their products in my creations here on my blog, so it’s really an honor to be among one of the guests joining with them over on their blog this month! 🙂
I had SO MUCH FUN with my creation today and I can’t wait to share it with you…
*To check out the full details on how I put together this card and how I created the rainbow background, be sure to check out this video below! (CLICK HERE to view it on You Tube.)
I have used mostly ALL Brutus Monroe products on this design. One of my most favorite products of theirs to “play” with is the Aqua Pigments and all of the really cool watercolor effects you can get with them! This is what I have used throughout the card here from the background to coloring the floral image.
Speaking of floral image, isn’t it gorgeous?! I have had this stamp set on my wish list for a very long time, so I was happy to recieve the Conservatory of Quotes stamp set to play with for this design. It not only has this gorgeous floral image, but it has some really awesome quotes to go with it!
For my card, I first started by masking off an area with some purple tape on some Aqua Pigment Paper that was large enough for my floral image. Then I made the background with some help from the “Create Your Own Ending ruler” and baby wipes. I used a stitched rectangle die, added the sentiment at the bottom of my rainbow panel and made some splatters. I mounted this piece onto an A2 sized top folding BM Raven cardstock.
For the image, I had actually started out doing this card in one direction and then totally went a different way. But the image was stamped with the BM Raven Detail Ink a couple of times over the Aqua Pigment Paper and colored it with Aqua Pigments using the Aqua Pigment Brush Set. I cut an entire image of one and attached it over the rainbow background with liquid glue and then I fussy cut just the flowers and popped them up with foam tape over the full image. I added some of that gorgeous shimmer with the BM Pearl Aqua Pigment and then finished off the design by adding some clear sequins over it.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my card today as I had so much fun making it! I can’t wait to create another project to share with you this month using Brutus Monroe products! So be sure to stay tuned this month and follow along on the Brutus Monroe Blog for more inspiration with these products!
Challenges I’d like to enter this card for:
- Stamping Sensations – Show Your True Colors
- Get Creative – Anything Goes with optional twist: Favorite color combo
- Through the Craft Room Door – Anything Goes
- Artistic Inspiration – Anything Goes
- Crafting By Designs – Anything Goes
- Alphabet Challenge – “F” is for Flowers
- Simply Create Too – Anyting Goes with optional twist: Lots of flowers
- Rainbow Card Challenge – Neon Rainbow
Hello friends! I’m back today to share some fun news with you!!!!
I’m very excited to finally be able to share with you that I’m guest designing for
Digi Doodle Stamps!
Please be sure and stop by the adorable shop and have a look at these images! They’re so cute! They also have a fun monthly challenge if you’re interested in playing along with that too! You can use any image as long as it’s colored! You can also join in their Facebook Group for lots of inspiration too!
Today, I’m sharing my first card for them with this really adorable image:
I have used the Loves Me Loves Me Not digital stamp to create my card.
What I had in mind when making this card was all of that crazy rain we were having this past month and how it seemed to never end. I also loved the flowers she was holding because my daisies came up in my back yard and they really make me happy seeing them bloom. So I combined this image with some rainfall in the background and took away the petals from the image to make it appear as if she’s holding out her hand in the rain! 🙂 Hubby has been taking extra great care of me while all of this rain was happening around us and I think this would be a special card for someone who always seems to bring out that happy sunshine no matter the weather! (His favorite color is blue!) Wink wink
Here’s a closer view of the coloring I’ve done on her with Copics. For the background, I’ve taken a white panel and stamped some rain drops from another stamp set in my stash. I fussy cut out my colored image and attached her over top of that rain panel. I took some Nuvo Glitter Drops and added them over the rain drops in the background behind her. I also white heat embossed the sentiment (From MFT) and cut it out with a banner die and slipped that under her foot when placing it on my card.
It’s hard to tell in the photo, but I’ve covered her bow and top of her hair with a glitter pen to make it look like she’s been wet in the rain.
For the rest of my card, I’ve added the raindrop background light blue stitched scallop card panel over a dark blue layer and attached some pink ribbon around them. I’ve added the bow to the side and then attached a yellow enamel heart over that. These panels were mounted over an A2 sized white top folding card base.
Lastly, I’ve added the image panel and mounted it over the yellow scalloped panel and another piece of dark blue cardstock that was attached with foam tape.
I hope that you’ve enjoyed my card today and it brought you a smile! Thank you so much for stopping by with me today! I will be having another really super fun post to share with you tomorrow, be sure to stop by!
- Love to Scrap – Anything Goes
- Creative Craft Cottage – Eileen’s Anything Goes (Digi Doodle is sponsoring!)
- Pammie’s Inky Pinkies – PIP1922 Anything Goes
- The Paper Girls – Top 5 Faves (Coloring, sparkle, hearts, ribbon, flowers)
- Watercooler Wednesday – WWC224Anything Goes Feminine
- Crafting with an Attitude – Anything Goes