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Tuesday, 10 April 2018

A Blooming Birthday

Hi there! I am back with the other card I was making for the
April CAS Mix Up Challenge using rubber bands.


I found another Brusho background in my 'bits box'
suitable for my card and went with it. 
Once more I decided to heat emboss this time using
  White from Stampendous
then die cut some flowers from Tim Holtz Wild Flowers
with white card stock. I cut the background from a 
stitched die then added my flowers.
My sentiment/die is from STAMPlorations Fluttery
inked with Memento Sweet Plum.


My Mix is Rubber Bands, Brusho's,
Stamping, Embossing and Die Cutting.

Once more I had fun with this technique
and have another idea swirling in my head.
It didn't quite work out first time round
but I will work on it and see how it pans out.
There may be Number 3 before the end of the month.

That's it for today so till next time - 
Cherrio from

16 comments:

Julia Aston said...

The white embossed Rubber Band stampings look awesome against your lovely watery background Ina! Thanks for trying this fun technique again for the CAS Mix Up! Julia xx

Bonnie said...

Love the white embossing and die cuts on that gorgeous Brusho background, Ina! Thanks for sharing with us again at CAS Mix Up!

Loll said...

Love the beautiful mix of colours of your Brushos background, Ina. Looks awesome with the rubber band embossing and the pretty white die-cut. This technique is so fun ... and very addicting! :) Thanks for sharing again with us at CAS Mix Up! xx

aussie aNNie said...

Brusho's love them and loving this result and colours... 💖 [Aussie aNNie's Blog]

Mac Mable said...

The white heat embossing and die cut looks fabulous against the glorious brusho background Ina. Yes it is a fun technique, isn't it? I am having fun with it too. Looking forward to seeing number three. Thank you once again for joining in at The CAS MIx Up Challenge, fabulous inspiration x

lostinpaper said...

Love how you have almost achieved a subtle look with the Brushos in the background and the white band technique adds such a wonderful artsy look!

Verna Angerhofer said...

More awesome rubber band art. Great colors too!

Kathy Krug said...

I love the effect you are getting with the rubber bands. This looks so great on the Brusho background. How cool to add the die cut flowers. They just belong there. Great card,Ina.

Judy Woodland said...

This is so pretty. I love all the texture and artsy look. Beautiful colors too!!

Marcia HIll said...

Had to come by for a closer look at your awesome background with the Brushos AND the rubber band technique...WOW!!! Totally loving it...FABULOUS card Ina!! :0)

Chris Dring said...

Love the colors in that panel! This looks so artsy with the embossed rubber band marks and the die cut flowers!

Linda said...

Wow, this really caught my eye. Love your background. So pretty.

Helen said...

Love the white rubber bands of colour to create the background, Ina!

Bobby said...

I love the colored background for the white embossed rubber band marks and the white die cut flowers, Ina. This is such a striking card. You see different things every time you look at it.

Jo Manna said...

Such vibrant colours for this superb card Ina, great background effect. The sentiment is perfect for those wildflowers. Simply beautiful.
Thanks for joining us at CAS Mix Up! xx

Papercraft Boutique said...

The brusho and the white heat-embossed rubber band lines make such an artsy background, Ina! It's simply gorgeous! Just right amount of the white die-cut flowers add so much interest. Hideko xx