Tomorrow Doesn’t Exist

Hello! We hope you are having a great weekend! Becca Cruger is here on the blog today with a fantastic card created with our Tomorrow Doesn’t Exist stamp set, our awesome cracked glass stamp, and a burst of colour…

Happy Weekend!

Today, I’ve got a card for you that’s full of vibrant colors and movement. I was experimenting and trying out different combos of stamp sets and happened upon one particular duo that made my heart do all sorts of leaps.


To start my design, I stamped and masked the jumping girl from the Visible Image Tomorrow Doesn’t Exist stamp set.



After I masked her up, I used the How Fragile stamp set, embossing it with clear powder.




Next, I spritzed the page with water and sprinkled on some turquoise Ken Oliver Color Burst crystals.



I spritzed again with water and let the crystals work their magics. I wanted a little more movement so I used a wet paint brush and made hard side to side strokes.



I splattered the whole thing with Picket Fence Distress Spray Stain.



I embossed and fussy cut a sentiment from the same ‘Tomorrow Doesn’t Exist’ set.


Put it all together and ba-blam! OOOoooooo


visible image stamps - tomorrow doesn't exist


I love the way this turned out with all the movement happening! Thanks for popping by and have a lovely day!




Such a striking card! Great background for these stamps.. Thanks Becca ♡

You will find more of Becca’s fabulous cards and projects over on her blog.



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We will be back a little later with beautiful inspiration from Veerle Moreels, and an awesome card from Jane Tyrrell.. both created with our NEW ‘Into The Woods’ stamps but in totally different ways.

Have a fantastic day!

Mark & Helen xx


  

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