Monday, 2 April 2018

Say it Big @ STAMPlorations

Hi, welcome to a post to announce the release of a brand new set of stamps from STAMPlorations.
Shery has added to her range of Say it Big sentiment stamps and I'm showcasing a couple today.

My first shows the fab 'Imagine the Possibilities' stamp combined with one of the stamps from Life in Full Colour.


On a piece of watercolour paper I stamped then embossed the row of paint brushes, then added runs of DI mixed with water to create a rainbow effect. I simply added water to make a drip to each of the brush tips then added diluted DI. I tipped the panel vertically so that the ink would run down following the track of the water, I found it easier to do one colour at a time. I wasn't bothered whether the colours ran into one another or not, I quite liked the randomness of the results. 
The sentiment was stamped in black then embossed with a clear EP. The brushes were coloured with Copics, the panel trimmed and attached it to a plain off white base card.

My second card has a totally different look with a bit of no line watercolouring. 


This time I took another panel of  w/c paper and stamped the spray In Bloom Radiant Rose with Tumbled Glass DI. Then using Picked Raspberry DI for the blooms and Mowed Lawn DI for the foliage, I washed in some colour for a no line effect. The white buds had a little touch of Weathered Wood added for shadow. Taking sections one at a time I roughly added clear water around the spray before adding a mixture of Blueprint Sketch and Salty Ocean DIs, allowing the colour to bleed out into the water, mopping excess as I went. When fully dry I stamped the 'You are so Precious' and embossed it with gold EP.

Again our separate monthly challenges are taking a break and combining them all in one month long challenge.


If you want a chance at winning, link up any project you make with the focus on the sentiment to our April Challenge. 
It's the perfect place to show us what you can do with these new stamps as well as the other bold and Typographia stamps. The link up opens up on April 4th and stays open until the end of the month, plenty of time to get your thinking caps on!

 For another chance to win, leave a comment here and on the rest of the designers' blogs for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate.

By the way, all of STAMPlorations stamps and dies, including those in today's post, are 10% off -- no coupon needed...the discount is automatically applied in the shopping cart! You can even snap them up at an extra 20% off if you use any one of the STAMPlorations girls' discount code, which you'll find when you visit their blogs!


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21 comments:

  1. Love both of these! Each so different and each so wonderful! xxx

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  2. WONDERFUL sentiments and FABULOUS projects!
    LOVE your inky rainbow, watercolour flowers, BOTH celebrate the sentiments perfectly!

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  3. Very beautiful. Love them both.
    Valerija xx

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  4. wonderful cards using these big sentiments. I really like the colors dripping from the paint brushes.

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  5. Even more lovelies!! The paint brush design is brilliant and your roses would be very welcome at AYLI xx

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  6. Very cool card - I love the drips coming off the brushes! Thanks for joining us at The Male Room Challenge Blog!

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  7. Two fabulous creations! I LOVE, love, love the one with the paint brushes!! So fun and creative and the idea goes with the sentiment perfectly!

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  8. Awesome cards! Love the dripping paintbrushes and the roses.... great style for these big, bold sentiment stamps!

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  9. WOW!! I just love the paintbrush project with that bold sentiment!

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  10. LOVE your rainbow colours. Such a clever thought process in it. Thank you so much for joining us in our Watercolour challenge at The Male Room this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.

    Faith The Male Room DT
    Daffodil Cards {My Blog}

    The Male Room
    themaleroomchallengeblog.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. So love that dripping paint brushes card --- both are delightful - TFS

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  12. can't decide which is better! fab!

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  13. Gorgeous work!!! Thanks so much for participating in our {PIN}SPIRATIONAL challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!!
    Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper

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  14. Wow! Beautiful cards!!! Colors are simply gorgeous!!!

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  15. Lovely spring card! Thanks for playing along with us at the CAS-ual Fridays challenge blog :)

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  16. Wonderful bursts of colour! I really like the soft effect of the 'no line' watercolouring.

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  17. I have this stamp set and I think I am going to have to revisit it after seeing this card!! So much fun and love your watercoloring along with your sentiment. So fitting and Thank you so much for joining us at The Male Room!

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  18. What a fantastic card you made :-)) I like your wonderful colours .. great idea!
    Thanks for joining us at The Male Room.

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  19. What a lovely pair of cards and I specially love the fist one. Perfect for our rainbow challenge.
    Thanks for sharing with us at HLS.
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  20. Both cards are fantastic! I really love the dripping paint. Apologies for taking so long to come and comment. Thank you for joining us at The Male Room - Charlotte/Lady Joyful, DT

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