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So Suzy Dandelion

Hi Everyone,

I am playing with my So Suzy stamps and Brushos today.


I absolutely love this wonderful dandelion - was the first stamp I got from So Suzys! I can never pass by a dandelion stamp and not buy it, LOL!



I first heat embossed the dandelion with white embossing powder. Then I sprinkled Brushos on my paper and lightly misted it with water.


Added more water


moved the color around with a pint brush


Let it dry and added some splatters



Die cut the bottom edge and heat embossed the sentiment onto dark blue card stock in white.


Mounted my card base with fun foam below to give it some dimension and hold up well during shipping.


Added three sequins to finish my card.


Hope you liked this!

Linking up with:

Rubber Dance - see picture below


Happy Stamping!


Comments

Flo said…
... und fertig ist eine tolle Karte!!!
Liebe Grüße
Tanja said…
so toll geworden
conil said…
Like it...I love it I have a thing for dandelions, as well. Such a hopeful little flower and you can wish on it. Really love how you made them pop with your amazing shading.
Ruth said…
Adore it! I love how you can never quite predict what these powders are going to do, but somehow the results are always beautiful. Works so well with an image of a dandelion - free and flowing! xx
Lili Sulastri said…
Lovely. Thank you for the step by step tutorial.
Bibi Lindahl said…
Gorgeous Brusho card! Love the dandelion stamp! Thank you the step by step and for joining our April colour challenge at Rubber Dance ♥
Suchi said…
Dandelions look fab! The background is awesome! Cool card Cornelia! :)
Hugs
Suchi xx
Teresa Doyle said…
Oh Cornelia, this is beautiful. I love dandelion images and the beautiful colour of spray you used on this is amazing!
Susanne Rose said…
Amazing!!! I love your card! Thank you for joining us over at the Rubber Dance challenge! xx Susanne.
Dora said…
Beautiful! thank you for your tutorial
Sue said…
This is beautiful Cornela, I've not tried the embossing technique with Brusho's but it looks fabulous here, and I love the way you've die cut the bottom edge. Thank you so much for joining in with our colour challenge at Rubber Dance, and don't forget our new one starts tomorrow. Sue xx
ionabunny said…
Gorgeous dandelions. Brusho's are such fun. Thanks for joining the Rubber Dance challenge. Hugz
Anita in France said…
I do love a delicate dandelion, Cornelia ... these are gorgeous ... the brusho background is just so delicious with them! Hugs, Anita :)

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