Monday, June 26, 2017

STAMPlorations 4th Birthday Blog Hop

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I have two inspirations to share with you today. Let's start with this birthday card.
I used the "Happy Birthday" sentiments on top of a Brusho background. For more interest I embossed the black card base with the "Blossom Sprays #1" stamp.

My second piece is a mixed media tag. I used Neocolor II crayons in combination with Distress Oxide Broken China and the mini "Oh My Stars" stencil. My focal point is the "Prosit" die. I cut it twice. The one on top is embossed with WOW! Unicorn Magic Glitter. I used a stamp from the "Mixed Media Elements" set and some black splatters for more interest on the background.

Thanks for stopping by today!!!
Have fun hopping along :-)
xx Susanne

Supplies:
STAMPlorations:
Blossom Sprays #1
Happy Birthday
Prosit
Mixed Media Elements
ARTplorations:
Oh My Stars (mini)
Others:
WOW! Unicorn Magic
WOW! Metallic Brass
WOW! Opaque White
Colourcraft Brushos


35 comments:

  1. Wow...so creative and artsy. Love the brusho's against the black and white on on the card and such a unique tag x Thank you so much for the incredible inspiration x

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  2. Awesome inking and
    designs. All are
    so pretty.
    Carla from Utah

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  3. beautiful projects :) love the use of color, so vibrant.

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  4. Stunning! Love your artsy style, so inspiring! And that tag is too gorgeous for words - swoon!

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  5. I love the beautiful coloring against the black BG on the first card. The
    colors just pop so nicely. And the tag is gorgeous!

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  6. LOVE your Brushos background and design of your card and your mixed media creative fun Prosit Tag. TFS both wonderful and inspiring projects Susanne. Hugs..

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  7. Love the watercolor look.
    Fantastic card and tag.
    thanks for sharing.

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  8. Love the colors and the gold on both card and tag!

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  9. love your projects and the gold!

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  10. Beautiful colours and designs. I love them all! xx

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  11. Beautiful tags, I love the colours!

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  12. Gorgeous as always Susanne!
    Jackie ")

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  13. Oh wow, I love this gorgeous card design with the colours in front and the black/white in the back. And that tage is really awesome, love all the fun details it has!

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  14. Lovely work. The layering of the card is bang on and the tag is splendid.

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  15. LOVE your cards today. The backgrounds and layering are just so inspiring and colorful. Thanks for sharing:)

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  16. These are wonderful Susanne, such vibrant colours xx

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  17. Love the black and white with the beautiful Brusho layer. Wonderful tag idea. too.

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  18. very pretty card and tag! love your color combos!

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  19. Wonderful card & tag Susanne! I love the word dies a lot!

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  20. Your projects are so creative!

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  21. These are just exquisite and gorgeous. I love your backgrounds!

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  22. Oh wow, these are stunning! I love the design! The details you added are perfect!

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  23. Oooh, I love your blog design! Had to get that out of the way, lol. Your projects are just as fabulous!

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  24. Great card and Tag!! Love the watercolor

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  25. These are beautiful! I love the fabulous backgrounds!

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  26. Both backgrounds on these lovelies are gorgeous!!

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  27. Sussane, both card and tag are fantastic. Love the background and the watercolored panels.

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  28. Both these are soooo cool! xxx

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  29. Those backgrounds are awesome!

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  30. Love the way the black and white is peeking out from under your colourful panel!

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