Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Shrink Film Earings/ Brutus Monroe Blog Hop

Hello Friends welcome back for another Wednesday Project...using Brutus Monroe Stamps and products, every Wednesday you can find a Blog Hop at the Brutus Monroe Blog featuring a product or technique of the week!  This week we  want to share with you  projects using a very fun product!!! Shrink Film..... this was my first try with this product and I love it!!!   The Design team did an excellent job showing how to use this great product you can find at the Brutus Monroe Shop and you need to give a try!!!


PROJECT DETAILS:

To start with this project you will need to have some things in hand: Brutus Monroe Detail Ink, Stamp Set, Heat Gun, Shrink Film, hole punch, accesories to create your project, something to hold the shrink film while shrinking.  


First you need to stamp the image in the shrink film, because of the sleek surface of the shrink film you need to stamp once and leave it to air dry for a little.  After that you need to carefully cut around the image, If you have the coordinating die you can do that too.  if you are makin a charm or earings like me before shrinking the film you have to punch a hole in the center of the image to put the accesories through.


After that set your heat gun to be as hot as you can and hold the image with something (if not it will fly away) and start shrinking it with your heat gun...  At the beginning I thought I was doing something wrong but at the end it went well and the charm became flat.


Put the accesories and Wow you have new adorable accesories made with your favorite stamp sets!!  Hop along with us and check out the amazing projects from the team.



Have an amazing day!! I will because today it´s my Birthday!!


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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Shake it up using Brutus Monroe Self Adhesive Shaker Pouches

Hello Friends welcome back for another Wednesday Project...using Brutus Monroe Stamps and products, every Wednesday you can find a Blog Hop at the Brutus Monroe Blog featuring a product or technique of the week!  This week we  want to share with you an amazing product to create easy shaker cards... Have you heard about the Shaker Pouches?? The Design team did an excellent job showing how to use this great product you can find at the Brutus Monroe Shop and you need in your stash!!!


CARD DESIGN:

The shaker pouches are a very smart product to create very easy no bulky shaker cards!!! These pouches inner measurements are 4" x 4.5" they are perfect for A2 size cards.  These shake helpers have adhesive on the back and also have an adhesive seal on the top so you can close up and seal once your shaker bits are inside.  You will receive a pack of 25 in this configuration.

Self Adhesive Shaker Pouch - 25 Pack
To create this card I used my fuse tool to seal the shaker pouch to a smaller rectangle size leaving the up part open I cut a green glitter cardstock to put inside the shaker with the shaker bits in christmas colors and sealed it with the adhesive in the up part.


I cut a frame with Alabaster cardstock and adhere it to the shaker pouch to create the window, I then peel of the adhesive sticker on the back of the shaker pouch and put it in the center of a gold and kraft card base.  I decorate the window with a poinsetta I diecut with glitter cardstock...  I felt this beautiful outside didn´t need a sentiment so I stamped the sentiment inside the card.


Check out the great look and no bulk of this shaker card using the shaker pouches...


Hop along with us for more inspiration on how to use this awesome product!!!!




Brutus Mornoe Supplies:
Self Adhesive Shaker Pouch - 25 Pack

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Brutus Monroe Stamp of the Month/November

Hello Friends welcome back for another Wednesday Project...using Brutus Monroe Stamps and products, every Wednesday you can find a Blog Hop at the Brutus Monroe Blog featuring a product or technique of the week!  This week we  want to share with you some inspiration with the November stamp of the monthe!!!   The design team did an excellent job showing how to use this funny set!!! and Remember that today we announce the winner of the $25 Gift Certificate from Brutus Monroe from last week´s hop!!!




CARD DETAILS:

I did a shaker card with this funny turkey, I used alabaster cardstock as a card base.  I colored the background with orange ink and with lunchbag cardstock I die cut a tree background to create a little fall scene.  I used some diecut leaves and sequins as shaker elements and did the shaker window with acetate and 3D foam.



I colored the Turkey with markers and adhere it outside of the shaker window with the funny sentiment EAT HAM!!! I love this image it is perfect to make someone smile!!!



Hop along with us for more inspiration on how to use this funny stamp set.

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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Trick or Treat Brutus Monroe Blog Hop

Hello Friends welcome back for another Wednesday Project...using Brutus Monroe Stamps and products, every Wednesday you can find a Blog Hop at the Brutus Monroe Blog featuring a product or technique of the week!  This week we  want to share with some halloween inspiration using our favorite Brutus Monroe products and also a fun Give away!!!   Brutus Monroe will be giving away ONE $25 GIFT CERTIFICATE to the Brutus Monroe store... Just leave a comment on each blog post along the hop to be entered!!!
Winner will be announced on next Wednesday´s blog hop post.  November 7th, on the Brutus Monroe Blog.  Please remember to check back next week to see if you are the winner!!! ***BONUS ENTRY***- Post ANY project you have created in the Brutus Monroe Fan Club group on Facebook with the Hashtag #trickortreatgiveaway Good Luck everyone!!





CARD DETAILS:

To create this card I was very inspired by the Designer Toner Sheet Marble I totally think It looks like a spooky night sky... So I wanted to create a spooky night scene.  I started by foiling the toner sheet with red Deco Foil.  That was the base for my scene... With Raven cardstock I cut a halloween border and to make it even more spooky I add some bats flying around.


I stamped the Vampire and I wanted to make his cape shinny, to make that I also foiled only his cape by stamping it on a black toner sheet and I foiled it with the same red foil I used for the background. I finally stamped the sentiment with Alabaster Embossing Powder.



Hop along with us for more Halloween inspiration!!!
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Raven-Cardstock-100lb-Cover

Sunday, October 28, 2018

Day of the Death Party/Heartcraft Paper Guest Designe

Hello Friends!!! I am so happy today to be sharing with you my second October project as a Guest Designer for Heartcraft Paper, this project is part of my Halloween Card Series.   For today´s card I used an amazing new Digital Image from my friend Monica Day of the Death check out all the digis at her Heartcraft Paper shop...She has some great Halloween collection of images!!!  This card is totally a Day of the Death Party!!



CARD DETAILS:

To create this card I used the Day of the Death Digital Stamp as I mention before... I measure the card size I wanted and I resize my images to be on the center of my white card base and print them.  I colored this cute skeletons with markers in some day of the death festive colors.  I die cut the banners, this are GinaMarie Designs and colored them with the same tones of the skeletons, I adhere them on top of the skeletons... I totally wanted to give a day of the death party feel to this card.. I use some stickles in gold for a little sparkle and some sequins too.


Here is a closer look to this fun digital images... You can use them for banners, party invitations, favors.... well you name it.... I love digis.



Aren´t they so fun!!  I hope you have a great Sunday...


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Friday, October 26, 2018

Halloween Mermaid Mom and Kid/Kinda Cute Guest Designer

Hello Friends today  is Friday and that means I share with you my third and last card as the October guest designer for Kinda Cute by Patricia Alvarez...  I had so much fun creating with the cute, cute, cute images from Patricia, let me share my third project using  the digital stamp Halloween Mermaid Mom and Kid.




CARD DETAILS:

To create this card I wanted to make an ocean scene with this cute image.  I started by die cutting three waves from white cardstock and using different colors of Oxide Inks I create the different tones on the ocean, I also splash some water for a more realistic look on the water.


I colored the image with markers (of course in halloween colors) and cut it to adhere it in the middle of the waves, I cut some bats to put around the image to create a spooky night in the Ocean.  I finally stamped the sentiment and put some sequins.


Are you ready to Trick or Treat?  I am so ready!! Here is a closer look to this cute Digital Image for your halloween cards or decorations.



I hope you have an amazing weekend thank you so much for stopping by and thank you to Patricia for inviting me to create with her amazing images... I had so much fun!!


Kinda Cute Supplies:

Halloween mermaid digital stamp

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Favorite Florals/ Brutus Monroe Blog Hop

Hello Friends welcome back for another Wednesday Project...using Brutus Monroe Stamps and products, every Wednesday you can find a Blog Hop at the Brutus Monroe Blog featuring a product or technique of the week!  This week we  want to share with you our favorite Brutus Monroe Florals!!!   There are lots of different floral stamps on the shop, you really need to check them out!!! 



CARD DETAILS:

I use the beautiful Conservatory of Quotes.  I first stamp this image with Sticky Glue Pad and used the beautiful Pigment Powderds for a metalic look on raven cardstock.



I cut the images in half to create a geometric look, and adhere them mixing the metallic tones for a more interestic look to a white cardbase leaving a lttle bit of white around the image.  I die cut the word praying and added some sequins to finish it up.


This metallic colors look so beautiful on dark cardstock and the only tools you need are the sticky glue pad + the powdered elements + a brush  I feel that all my floral cards are always a great thing to have because you can use them almost for any ocassion and is like giving an actual set of flowers to someone. 
Hop along with us for more inspiration on how to use your beautiful floral stamps:
Brutus Monroe Supplies:

Conservatory of Quotes - 4x6 StampSticky Glue PadPowdered Elements - Metals Collection

Raven-Cardstock-100lb-Cover