Team Make 'n Takes

Thursday, January 18, 2018
Today's share is the 2 cards that I prepared for the team Make 'n Takes
I was blessed to be on the design team for the STAMPARATUS so I was able to get mine early and show the gals how to use it.  I know that they are excited to get one of their own too.
I chose to feature this card (inspired by Kelly Acheson) because it also features my favorite little Party Panda!! One of the stamp sets that you can get for FREE with a qualifying purchase
 They could choose to make it in Berry Burst or Lemon Lime Twist
The little "Happy Valentines Day" is from TEENY TINY WISHES
This stamp set is chuck full of little sentiments for all occasions like this, and a must-have for your card making.
On the front of the card the sentiment comes from the stamp set LOVELY INSIDE AND OUT

We went over several tips on the Stamparatus that I have learned along the way.
1. The Stamparatus is perfect for these pandas because if I don't get the panda black enough all I need to do is re-ink my stamp and it is already lined up and I get a perfectly crisp image.
2. Sometimes (many times) I stamp my Sentiment crooked and I always blame it on my astigmatism, but... my sentiments are still crooked.  I can lay out my stamp where I want it and by protecting my card stock with a sheet of acetate I can stamp and make sure everything is straight before committing the ink to my card.
These are my 2 favorite tips, but also...
3. This tool is super perfect for when you are making multiple cards.  Every card will turn out exactly the same!!
4. Also perfect for your 2, 3 or 4 step stamping, like the BABY BEAR , the new SWEET LITTLE SOMEONE , and the WATERCOLOR WINGS Stamp Sets.

Our second Make 'n Take was playing with the NEW Brusho Color Crystals
This layout was cased form Patty Bennett
What a fun new product! so many tips out there as well.
Every image will look different depending on the technique or colors that you choose.
1. add water to your area then sprinkle on the Brusho
2. sprinkle on brusho then spritz with water... this is what we did with the butterfly (after stamping with Versamark and heat embossing with White Embossing Powder).
3. you can let your image dry naturally, dab off with a paper towel or heat it to dry it with your Heat Tool.
4. add some Brusho to a silicone mat (or clear block) then use an Aquapainter and brush your color on.
5. Brusho comes in a set of 5 colors: Blue, yellow, green, orange and red.
So much fun!  I spent a full day one day just playing with the Brusho Color Crystals!!
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