Friday, October 1, 2021

STAMPlorations October Theme & Photo Prompt Challenge


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Hello crafty friends and welcome! It's October and that means
You can use just the theme, or just the photo prompt, or combine both
for your projects. I've used both, getting inspiration from the photo to
create my sun rays:

I started by stamping this lovely lady image from the
Fierce and Brave stamp set directly onto my card base, then
again on masking paper and trimmed that to size. Underneath I stamped
one of the sentiments from the Shine Bright stamp set. Placing the
mask over the image, I created my sun rays then removed the mask.
I created a frame in black glitter card stock using the 
Crazy Double Running Stitch Nesting dies. Before gluing the frame down,
I gave the rays a good coating of Wink of Stella and also added some
DecoArt Media Liquid Glass and let dry.

So shiny!

I hope that you find some time this month to link up your projects at
We'd love to see what you come up with. If you are in the mood
to shop at the STAMPlorations store, feel free to use my
personal discount code:
for an additional 20% off your order!

Thanks for visiting, and I hope that you have a wonderful day!

Stamps: STAMPlorations - Fierce and Brave, Shine Bright
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Dandelion, Cantaloupe
CS: Neenah
DP: Core'Dinations - black glitter
Accessories: MISTI; GC; CUTplorations - crazy double running stitch rectangle nesting dies; Hero Arts - rect die; finger dauber; DecoArt Media - Liquid Glass; Wink of Stella pen; Inkadinkado masking paper
Adhesives: Ranger - multi medium matte

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