Hey there!! Welcome to my post fo the Brutus Monroe Inspiration Team Blog Hop: Color Crush 2. This week the team gathers inspiration from a color palette Marie Heiderscheit gave us. If you have all the Surface Inks, they’d go in order like this: Boutique, Plum, Night Sky, Fountain, Sea and Speckled Egg.
I used Distress Inks for my project in Dusty Concord, Salty Ocean, and Cracked PIstachio. Ink blending allows you to form a gradient of color even when you only have a few of the inks on hand.
Good morning everyone. Thank you for hopping along with the Inspiration Team today. The blogs feature the Brutus Monroe Micro Pearls. And I have a very Spring-y card for you today that also showcases this month’s Stamp and Stencil of the Month. Let’s get started!
To begin, I stamped out the Stamp of the Month image three times across the front of the panel. Then I masked off these impressions and stamped the image in between the three to fill out a complete row of tulips. I colored in the images with Copic Markers in the RV and YG families.
Welcome to my post on the Brutus Monroe Inspiration Team Blog Hop. This week the team features ANYTHING we want from Brutus Monroe and I reached for my Aqua Pigments. I cannot get enough of them. The Inspiration Box from January, called Lucky You, included several images of lucky charms. One of them, the double koi stamp, symbolizes the strength of a koi to travel agains the current. I chose this stamp along with blue color scheme of Turquoise, Blue Green and Blue to create this card.
I started by dropping the three analogous colors of Aqua Pigments on my glass mat. I wet the Aqua Pigment Paper with a large paint brush across the center of the card, leaving the top and bottom of the panel dry. Aqua Pigments love water and will swim through it, but stop at the edges of the water. Then I took another dry brush and dropped Turquoise on the left, Blue Green in the middle and Blue on the right. The colors mix a little in the water. For a little more mixing I added a splotch of each color to the others.
Hey there my friends! Thanks for joining the Inspiration Team today on our weekly blog hop. We feature the Brutus Monroe Subscription items across the hop. My project comes from the Special Delivery Inspiration Box! The theme of the box is snail mail and comes with a huge stamp set of mailboxes, envelopes, and sentiments. The box includes gorgeous layering cardstock, kraft envelopes, glassine envelopes, an exclusive Plum Aqua Pigment (which I need more of or I don’t know how I’ll survive), foiling card panels, stickers, an embossing folder, ribbon, and an exclusive enamel pin with a snail mail theme! I hope you can get your hands on this box, and if not, some of the items will be in the online shop for sale separately.
Hey there!! Daniel here with a birthday card using the Happy Birthday dies from Brutus Monroe and some other exciting products including the stencil of the month for February 2019 and the Daffodil Chromaglaze.
Hey there! Great to have you stop by today! I wanted to share this card with you from the Catherine Pooler Welcome Home Release from February 2019. You can see the release here!
For this card, I used Aqua Pigments from Brutus Monroe to create a background of Violet and Blue Green. I dropped some of this liquid water color onto my glass mat and dragged some watercolor paper through it. After the paper dried, I cut it down to a circle and adhered it to a card base I made from Catherine Pooler White Cardstock.
A big hello to all my friends celebrating the Welcome Home February 2019 release from Catherine Pooler Designs by blog hopping today. Daniel West here with a few cards to highlight the whimsical designs of this beautiful collection of stamps and dies.
I have included a list of the entire hop for today below. Leave a comment on each blog! With each comment you have an entry to the drawing for $25 to shop Catherine Pooler Designs.
Hello! Welcome to my Surface Inks Blog Hop Post for the Brutus Monroe Inspiration Team. I have a humorous Easter Card for you today based on a funny chocolate bunny meme from the web. I used the Stamp of the Month set, which includes a chocolate bunny and a marshmallow bunny to recreate the little funny post.
I made this card using cardstock from Cardstock Warehouse! The stamps and dies are all from Hero Arts. There’s a bit of Copic coloring and some heat embossing using Brutus Monroe Alabaster Embossing Powder!
Happy St Paddy’s Day to ya! I made this card using the Lovely Legs Leprechaun Stamp Set from Colorado Craft Company. I used Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks to blend up the background and Gilded Embossing powder from Brutus Monroe for the heat embossed sentiment.