Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop | Endless Thanks

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Thanks so much for stopping by today. Today, I'm having a part in the blog hop with the Stamp Review Crew once again. This is a group of stamping enthusiasts - each blog hop features ONE STAMP SET, thus showing how versatile that particular set it. Have you just arrived here from Yapha Masons blog? If so - thanks for visiting!

Today, the hop revolves around a stamp set called 'Endless Thanks.' It is an awesome set. Its Photopolymer and contains 23 individual stamps.

"Thank you" cards are definitely in order! One of the other 'hoppers' on this challenge (Tanya Boyer) came up with the idea of a Thankfulness Challenge for everyone seeing this hop - and I think its a great idea!
  • Send or hand deliver a thank you card to someone in your community that you feel needs a thank you for their service, positive attitude, or contribution to your community. 
  • It could be a pastor/minister, neighbor, your favorite check-out person at the store, a greeter, a volunteer at a Food Shelf/church/hospital/senior center/day care center, Law enforcement, mental health clinics, community improvement, teachers, firefighters, ambulances... so many more! 
  • Please share more suggestions in the comments below!!
This is what the stamp looks like;


And, here is the card that I ended up making;


The idea behind this card is - THANKS for making me feel better when I was feeling blue!

I started off with a piece of Watercolour Paper ..... and thats about it! I was looking at the stamp set and thought about different ways to use it. I picked up what is probably the 'petal' but thought that it was a rain drop. So, thats what I went with. I clear embossed on the watercolour paper and then using some ink, I created a background using Bermuda Bay ink.


I wanted a very vibrant colour in the background so I kept on applying the ink and water until I was satisfied.


I added the linen thread to the lower portion just as a background to the sentiment and then stamped the sentiment onto some crumb cake card stock. I then hand cut the sentiment. I stamped the 'SO MUCH' sentiment onto the background, but I didn't like how it looked. So, I stamped it onto Very Vanilla and added it as a band across the bottom.


I then mounted it onto a double layer with some foam adhesive strips in between. 

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9 comments

  1. A rain drop! What a clever idea!! Love the watercolor background and the Crumb Cake looks awesome with it.

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  2. Great card, Bruno!! I love thte colors you used and your very clever background!

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  3. LOVE, Love love! It is watercolor. And blue. and Crumb Cake. You made this card for me, right ;)

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  4. Love your card Bruno! So rustic, yet perfect! Kelly x

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  5. Love it! Very cleaver and I love the watercolor background it is gorgeous!

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  6. Fabuolous card Bruno! Love that you turned the petal into a raindrop and the watercolour resist background is so bright and vibrant. Love it! Rochelle

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  7. Wow Bruno! Such an awesome card showcasing what I never would of thought of as a raindrop! What a great job - so creative! And thank you cards are always a nice thing to send!

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  8. Awesome card Bruno! It has been featured as one of my Stampin' Up!® pinterest pin Highlights this week on my blog. Awesome! http://bit.ly/2a6uc6h

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  9. Bruno, that watercoloring is fabulous! I wouldn't have thought to use the petal as a raindrop. Beautiful!

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