Swirly Bird | Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop | Two More Days

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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.

As the title suggests, there are just two more days until you can order from the new 2017 Occasions Catalogue. I cant wait until you can get your hands on these.

Since the last blog hop, Kylie and I (and our two pooches Jasper and Bella) have moved house. But, we are all in now, so on with the show....

Today, the hop revolves around a stamp set called 'Swirly Bird.'


It's a great stamp set. It is designed with fun in mind. This stamp set is sure to help you unlock your creative potential! Mix and match the fun and bold designs to make your cards into artwork. As you travel around all of the blogs on this hop. you will see all of the different possibilities.

My Project

While there are definite possibilities to use lots of swirls etc., today, I focused on displaying how this set can be used using the smaller stamps to create a masculine card. Here is what I ended up with;


The swirly bird stamp set comes with a coordinating framelit kit, which is awesome. I cut the background framelit in both Chocolate Chip and Pool Party to create a shadow effect.


I stamped three of the small images from the set in Chocolate Chip and then stamped the wave in Pool Party.

I used some designer series paper from the upcoming 2017 Occasions Catalogue called 'Tasty Treats'. Finally, the sentiment is from the 'Chase Your Dreams' stamp set, also available from the new 2017 Occasions Catalogue.

Stamp Review Crew

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Products Used


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12 comments

  1. Love your card, Bruno. I love the Pool Party and Chocolate Chip together and how the Pool Party shows under the wave.

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  2. Love this graphic design with those two beautiful colors! Striking!

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  3. Those swirly flowers make me think of chocolates, yum!! Love the card. And congrats on your move!!

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  4. Great card Bruno. Chocolate Chip has to be one of my least used colours - but it does make for a very striking masculine card! Kelly x

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  5. Love your masculine color combo, and such a different feel with your image choices than what has been out there for this set. Great job!

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  6. Great card and color combo. NIce, clean look to it.

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  7. Very classic and clean card. Beautiful work.

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  8. Love the color combo. You have really nailed a masculine card! Of course, being a male....that probably helps~!

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  9. Great masculine card, Bruno. This is one of my favorite color combos!

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  10. Fab colour combo Bruno, love the design too!

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  11. I like this! It's good to see stamps used in a new way -- and I always love a triplet!

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