Wednesday, 4 March 2020

Do I Smell Cake

Good morning and happy Wednesday. Today I'm over at the Ink Art Designs Stamping Playground with a fun card that I made with Katzelkraft and Lost Coast/Carmen's Veranda stamps.

I started by mixing my Brusho's with a little bit of water. Did you know that Dot now stocks Brusho's too? I love these amazing pots of colour, they are just so versatile.

I knew that I wanted a jungle background, so I wanted bright colours, but nothing too overwhelming.

I stencilled over the top with a foliage type stencil and added some orange and purple splats for my jungle flowers.

Everyone knows how much I love the Brusho Sprinkle It's so I had to add some of these too. 

My images were stamped onto watercolour paper and coloured with Peerless Watercolours.

When they were all coloured I clear embossed them so they are now nice and shiny! The stamp sets are all by Katzelkraft and can be found here.
I knew that I wanted a fun quote, so I chose this one from Carmen's Veranda. There's a great selection of these quotes in the Lost Coast section of the store.

Who could fail to love this snaggle-toothed lion lol?
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Have a very happy day, and thanks so much for looking x


  1. Gorgeous card, and the smell of cake would lure me into or out of the jungle! Have a great day, hugs, Valerie

  2. Hope he got his cake in the end! Your Brusho backgrounds are terrific. I have a set of them and shame on me have only used them once or twice. Hugs Mrs A.

  3. The sentiment says it all really, what a wonderful one for a birthday card. The lion looks a bit cross so I am guessing he didn't get his cake! I love your Brusho background, not heard of Brusho Sprinkle so will have to investigate those! Hugs, Anne xx

  4. He's marvellous - definitely king of the jungle - and I love the colourfully wrapped presents.
    Alison x

  5. Hi, Sue! Definitely king of his special day! Thanks for showing all the steps - I always enjoy the photos so much because I can pause and really look at each step. That stenciled background certainly looks like birthday confetti! It's a wonderful creation with so much dimension and FUN! hugs, de

  6. What a great card, and I enjoyed the guide you've given too.

    All the best Jan


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