Wednesday, 24 September 2014

More Brusho Paints and Lavinia Stamps.

Hi ho Bloggers and followers. I'm back with another 'schedule' post. It seems the last one worked okay, so this one should too!
This project is similar to the card I posted yesterday. This one also has a Brusho Paints background on Acrylic card stock from The Range. The water and paint slides all over the card when I use the Tim Holtz Distress Spritzer Tool, along with some more lovely Lavinia Stamps. Have a look here, at the Lavinia Stamps web shop.

I just love these new Stamp Designs from Tracey Dutton at Lavinia Stamps. They are so pretty and great fun to use.

Got to dash .. keep an eye open for more Lavinia Stamps projects soon.
Thank you for looking at my Blog today.
Send me an email if you have any questions... Always happy to help.
Eileen x


  1. You are just too blinking arty . . . LOVE these. So not fair to have that much talent! xxx

  2. gosh those stamps go so well with the brusho background. it seems like they hav been created for this purpose. they are like an extension of background. love the whole composition, hugs xx

  3. Lovely Eileen, and those dripping toadstools go perfectly with the drippy sort of Brusho background. x

  4. Gorgeous Eileen. Never heard of Acrylic paper before but I can see that it's something else I'm going to have to try.

    Sue xx

    1. It works so well for this technique Sue xxx

  5. Great this way one can believe in magic Eileen!
    greetings, Alie :-)


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