Gorgeous Grunge from Stampin’ Up!

Gorgeous Grunge from Stampin’ Up!

I had the perfect opportunity this weekend to get out one of my all time favourite stamp sets, Gorgeous Grunge from Stampin’ Up! and it’s the star of the show this time, not just lurking in the background! I’m playing along with Less is More’s Week 280 challenge which is themed “Splatters”. As soon as I saw the theme, I knew it just had to be Gorgeous Grunge.

Gorgeous Grunge from Stampin' Up! Tracy May LIM #280

It was a lovely sunny day on Saturday when I was making this card and that influenced my choice of colours I think. I decided to create something similar to my blog header. I used the Melon Mambo and Bermuda Bay but changed Smoky Slate to Daffodil Delight for a much brighter look!

The little butterflies are from Garden in Bloom and the sentiment and underlining dots are from Sunnburst Sayings, which I’ve not really used much. I will have to do something about that!

I heat embossed the sentiment in the dots using clear embossing powder, by first inking up my stamps with Versamark and then Memento Tuxedo Black. When you stamp the black ink goes on first and the Versamark ends up on top so the powder sticks to it! Clever hey!! 🙂

Well I hope you like my bright and cheerful card! I do but then I’m biased aren’t I? Lol!

Comments

  1. Wow! This certainly is “gorgeous grunge”! Great colour choice too. The card is so striking and has such a cheerful, uplifting feel. Fab job!

  2. Splendid! Love your choice of colours

    Kahtyk

  3. Oh just yummy! Simply splattered to perfection in the most gorgeous combo of summer cheery colours. Thanks for playing along at Less is More this week. Sarah

  4. Such pretty colors…love it. Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

  5. Love this colour combo, you could make a whole set of cards like this with different sentiments, they would look great.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

  6. Sorry I’m a little late visiting this time!
    This is super Tracy, Gorgeous Grunge is my go to set for splats and splatters and I love how your used it here!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    “Less is More”

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