Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop | Timeless Textures

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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 Betty Traciaks blog?  If so - thanks for visiting!

Today, the hop revolves around a stamp set called 'Timeless Textures.'



This set contains nine rubber stamps and it available in Clear and Wood Mount. As you can see, you can change the personality of your projects just by adding texture stamps. Keep it simple with one image or layer a few for more character.

As you travel around this hop, you will see some AMAZING uses for this set.

My Card


I started with a piece of shimmery white card stock and stamped using three of the images from the set. The 'paint spot' stamp I stamped a few times. I used Versmark and White Emboss Powder.
Using the aqua painters and ink pads, I then washed some colour across the card stock, thus highlighting the stamped image using the emboss-resist technique.


I cut out two pieces from the Sunshine Wishes framelit set (the flower and the 'hope' sentiment).


I then layered a piece of Fancy Frost Specialty DSP, a piece of Serene Scenery DSP, some Burlap Ribbon and the Sentiment and fixed to the base using staples.
I then mounted this onto a Dapper Denim Card.

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Stamp Review Crew

Below, I have added hyperlinked navigation icons - make sure you hop around and see all the awesome projects in the crew. Next up is the ever talented Mike Funke.

  

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Products Used

Below I have included a link to the products used on this card.

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9 comments

  1. I love the way you've used the stamps in Timeless Textures to make a background for your flower! The water coloring in the background is gorgeous!!

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  2. Lovely, bright colours Bruno - the 'texture' from the stamps works so well. Great card! Kelly x

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  3. I love this card Bruno, it is a deceptive work of art....looks strikingly simple & elegant but is actually layer upon layer of WOW! You are a Clever Crafter not so much of the 'Crazy' Team Bertucci rocks!

    cheers
    Adele

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  4. Very beautiful and colorful card, Bruno!

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  5. What a beautiful spring card, Bruno! LOVE the emboss resist watercoloring, and the layering elements :)

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  6. Bruno, this card is fabulous! The colors just jump out from the emboss-resist.

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  7. Wow! This card has a gorgeous color combination, a perfectly balanced layout, and lots of fun different kinds of real and implied textures. You have a very good eye for combining different elements into captivating combinations.

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  8. Wow! This card has a gorgeous color combination, a perfectly balanced layout, and lots of fun different kinds of real and implied textures. You have a very good eye for combining different elements into captivating combinations.

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  9. Wow Bruno! I love seeing your take on these stamp sets but I really think your color combo is the star here! What a gorgeous background! Well done!

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