Sunday, June 9, 2019

Brentwood dressing up!

I absolutely adore this image of Brentwood by JessicaLynn.
She made many freebies for the Coffee Lover's Blog Hop
and now she dressed him up for the 4th of July.

This image is a digital stamp, you download it to  your computer
and can use it any size you want. Print it and color and use on your card.

You can find Brentwood Owl 4th of July in 
JessicaLynn's digital stamp shop here.

I colored the image of Brentwood with Stampin'blends and 
cut out the image. The background is made with  candied apple
and mermaid lagoon distress oxide inks in the direct to paper
technique. On top i stamped some stars in the same color.
The sentiment is by Tim Holtz. After wrapping the baker's 
twine around the panel, i added Brentwood with a piece of foam
tape on top of the baker's twine.

For the 2nd card I started making the background with the
stars embossing folder. I added the ink to the embossing
folder and a little water before running the folder and the paper
through the big shot. The ribbons aew hand dyed ribbons
by DL.ART and the sentiment is by Create with TLC.
(if you enter 4th of July in the search box there are more

The image and sentiment are colored with pencils.

Ok, I just had to make one with coffee!!
I made the background with several Tim Holtz stencils
and the same distress oxide inks as above.
I stamped some beans from my stash as well
as the cup. Everithing is colored with SU! stampin'blends.
The sentiment is made up with part of a STAMPlorations
stamp and a Tim Holtz stamp.
The stars are sequins and hard to photograph the bling.

This image was made in Photoshop with a background 
and sentiments by Create with TLC.
Brendwood Owl is also colored in Photoshop.

Hope I have given you some ideas for this wonderful stamp.
She has an offer now: buy one and get one free!

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!


Tlc Creations said...

Love all your cards. And your layouts are great!


Faith A at Daffodil Cards said...

All are SUPER cards, I love how you have colored each of them with different materials. AND your colouring in PS is wonderful.
Faith x

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

These cards are all terrific. It took my breath away when I saw them grouped together. Your skills on Photoshop are awesome too.

Catherine Kraft said...

So cute Hetty!!

Fikreta said...

thse are so cute!