Friday, 19 February 2016

Gorgeous Grunge

This stamp set has been out for awhile now, and makes  background stamping easy without any fuss. A must have, no more torture with trying to get it just right - or not right!  'Perfect Imperfections for All Occassions' would be another great name for this stamp set!

Again I went to Pinterest for inspiration and found this great simple and quick card from D. Daisy at Splitcoast Stampers. I used Whisper White, Night of Navy card, some Silver Glimmer paper, and Night of Navy and Smoky Slate inks. The sentiment came 'Number of Years' stamp set.

The next card is a variation of a card from Mary Brown found on Pinterest.   I used Rich Razzlebury, Whisper card, paper from the Moonlight Designer Series Paper Stack, Silver Glimmer paper and Rich Razzleberry and Crushed Curry inks. The sentiment came from 'Endless Birthday Wishes' and completed with some rhinestones.
The oval was cut using the oval framelits and decorated with Paper Piercing.

The last two cards were of a variation from a card found on 'Scrappin' and Stampin' in GJ'. The original was a one layer card. I used the same colour scheme and layout in my card on the left. I did add my own touches to both cards.

The card base used Lost Lagoon cardstock. Two of the corners of the Whisper White card were punched using the 'Corner Curvy Trio Punch and the remaining two corners were punched using the 'Project Life Corner' punch. Lost Lagoon and Old Olive inks were used. The sentiment in black from 'Sky is the Limit' stamp set.
The butterfly was cut using the Butterflies Thinlits in Lost Lagoon. The body was decorated with rhinestones.
The ribbon is a stamped piece of Crumb Cake cardstock.

In the last card I used Melon Mambo and Daffodil Delight inks and cardstock. The wings of the butterfly were brushed with the Clear Wink of Stella. Rhinestones, sequins from the Metallics Sequin Assortment  and Dazzling Details completed the bling on the card.  The sentiment came from the Number of Years stamp set.  I did have a little girl in mind when makiing this card.  

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