Monday, 31 August 2015

Lavinia Stamps & Brusho Heart

Good morning, how are we at the end of August already?? I hope you've had a great summer. This MDF heart is my final Lavinia Stamps & Brusho project....................

I stamped the Creative Expressions Crackle stamp onto watercolour card with clear embossing ink & heat embossed with white embossing powder. Then I painted that piece with Lemon & Turquoise Brusho, blending the colours slightly to get a hint of green in places & another piece with Rose Red Brusho.........

I glued the larger piece to the heart & trimmed it to fit, then stamped on the Lavinia Stamps Bubbles with a blue permanent ink.............

I stamped the Spotty Toadstools onto the piece of red card with Versamark ink & heat embossed with gold embossing powder. I cut them out & glued them to the heart. 

I edged the heart with Cobalt Blue Inka Gold & added a scrap of ribbon from my stash.................

Spotty Toadstools  Bubbles   Brusho Crystal Colours - Starter Pk 2 Pk of 24   Inka Gold - Cobalt Blue  Creative Expressions     MDF Hearts - Set of 4   Emboss Ink Pads   WC04 Metallic Gold Rich   WL01 Bright White 160ml   Watercolour Card  

Thanks for all the kind words about our Lavinia Stamps & Brusho projects this month, there are still a few more to come before the end of the week. 

The Lavinia Stamps blog challenge runs until Saturday night, so there's still time to get your entries in. 

The September classes are this coming Friday, you can get the information in this blog post & on the Lisa B Designs Facebook page - look for the Events section. There are a few places left, email Lisa - -  to book yours.

Have a great week.



  1. Lovely project honey, I love the crackle texture in the background xx

  2. Beautiful heart! Love the colour scheme.

  3. Love those toadstools! Great effect with the mushroom tops xx

  4. Gorgeous combination of colours Kirsten, the Lavinia Toadstools are my favourite at the moment x

  5. Oh I adore your mushrooms with their ruby glow, and the embossed crackle in the background looks great. A fantastic piece, Kirsten, I love it.
    Alison x


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