Monday, 20 February 2017

Four cards and a Video.


Hi there - Haappy Monday one and all:) I hope you had a lovely weekend.
I am delighted to be back sharing another four cards (and a video) with you today and I hope you see something to inspire you.

Card 1 - Grungy Birthday Wishes

For my first card I've combined the fabulous Brush Alpha stamps and the Grunge Effects set  - I couldn't resist giving those grungy shapes a little rainbow treatment.




  •  Stamp the Grunge Effects images using Distress Inks - Picked Raspberry/Candied Apple/Spiced Marmalade/Fossilised Amber/Lucky Clover/Mermaid Lagoon/Wilted Violet.

  • Brush Alpha sentiment stamped with Versa Fine Onyx Black Ink.


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Card 2 - Some ink blended love



  • I have a video for this card so I hope you enjoy seeing how it came together...




Stamp used:


Card 3 - Soft and shimmery

Isn't the Dainty Blooms stamp set so pretty!



  • The images were stamped in Memento London Fog Ink and coloured with very light Copic Marker shades. (R02/R00/R000; G000) 
  • I cut the bottom 2 cm off the piece and adhered the bottom portion to my card front with a strip of glittered paper, before adding the remaining piece above it mounted on craft foam for dimension.
  • Nuvo Neptune Crystal Drops where added to complete.


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Card 4 - Bright and white

For my final card today I played with the Grungy Butterfly set and my Distress Inks.




  • On watercolour card paint a covering of the following Distress Inks - Picked Raspberry/Mermaid Lagoon/Squeezed Lemonade/Ripe Persimmon/Festive Berries.
  • Allow to dry thoroughly before stamping the butterflies with Versa Mark Ink and white heat embossing.
  • White heat emboss on black card the gorgeous 'Best Wishes' from Sentiment Essentials and cut into a strip to adhere across the card.


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You still have time to join in our February Challenge - "LOVE"

There are stamps to be won and we would love to see your cards!



Mudra stamps are now available at the following Retailers:

Art and Craft Store - Noida
Hindustan Trading Company, Chennai
The Craft Store, Srilanka 

Great to see you here at the Mudra blog today and we look forward to sharing more inspiration again soon.

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards, Linda!! Awesome video tutorial, thank you for sharing. :-)

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  2. These are great! And the video is cool, too!

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  3. Love all your take on each stampset...Thanks for the lovely video tute, Linda :)

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  4. Wonderful cards Linda!! Loved them all

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