Wednesday, 23 August 2017

STAMPlorations Release - Typografia Motivate


We've got a mini release at STAMPlorations today, with Shery's fabulous range of Typograpfia Motivate stamps.  I've made a couple of motivation hangings for my frame.


I used Distress Oxides for the background, with water bleaching, then stamped over the top.


For this one, I swirled Distress sponges loaded with Distress Oxides, stamped over the top but also stamped on white and cut out 'the best'.  I used a white pen to colour in the 'version' wording.


Here's a technique I've not done for a while - scoring card, smooshing Distress Inks across  to look like weatherboard, then stamping over the top.  The die cuts are from Trendy Spring Blooms Dies.

Leave a comment here, on the other designer's blogs, and on the main STAMPlorations blog for your chance to win your choice of 3 Typografia Motivate stamps.  You've gotta be in it to win it!

I'll be back on the STAMPlorations blog later today with my Spotlight post using the fab new Sweet Cravings stamps and coordinating dies.  Here's a peep:


23 comments:

  1. Круто! Прекрасные открытки!)
    Super!

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  2. Great use of the oxides on the first two cards. The bleaching looks great and the hi-lighting of the white on the second really works so well. Fun technique on the third card too. Thank you for the fabulous inspiration x

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  3. great backgrounds for these awesome stamps!

    Alicia

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  4. Love your backgrounds for these great stamps!

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  5. the backgrounds really set the stamps off

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  6. Love the coloring of the backgrounds
    of the first two cards. The use of
    the wood planks is great in the last.
    thanks for sharing.

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  7. The weatherboard technique is one I haven't seen before. How fabulous! Great work with these fabulous stamps!

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  8. Love these--great backgrounds on all.

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  9. Lovely background colours that sets out the sentiments. Very motivational. I really like the last technique. Never seen it before and would like to try.

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  10. So creative! Love the backgrounds,great sentiments!

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  11. Wow...stunning cards. Love those bold and beautiful sentiments.

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  12. Cool backgrounds, Shirley ... they offset those brilliant sentiments so perfectly! Hugs, Anita :)

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  13. Beautiful pieces and placing them in a frame: brilliant! I need to add a couple frames to my collection for this very purpose. Your tutorial...oh my! Amazing! I'll take the grape one on the right...no, wait, the pink lemonade...or maybe...LOVE them all!
    Hugs~c

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  14. These cards are awesome -love the backgrounds - thanks for sharing your ideas with us:)

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  15. These home decor pieces are truly wonderful! xxx

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