Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Lavinia Stamps and Brusho Paints - Moments Like These

Hello... are you a great fan of
 Lavinia Stamps ...I am !
 I love Brusho Paints as well and I've
found they make a great combination.


Today I'm sharing three cards with you
 all using the same technique. 
Brusho Paints, some bleach or Milton fluid
plus a ruler and a black ink pen!


The Stamps I've used are
Top Card - Moments Like These
Tree Card - Sacred Tree 
Fairy Card - Spellbound 

I've had a huge response on Facebook
 regarding the cards.
Thank you Facebook Friends x
Plus, requests to do a You Tube Tutorial.


 I will, as soon as I find some time!
Many thanks for your interest
and for looking at my Blog today
Eileen xx 

38 comments:

  1. These are stunning Eileen .... I do love your style. I look forward to seeing the videos xx

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    1. Cor! that was quick thanks Linda for the lovely comment... Got to ask hubby nicely to set it all up for me ! xx

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  2. Absolutely stunning work Eileen as alway. xx

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  3. Beautiful cards as always Eileen xx

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  4. Gorgeous, elegant cards! Love their construction.

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  5. These are so pretty Eileen and I am addicted to Brushos at the moment and the go so beautifully with silhouettes. I am assuming you sprayed the bleachy mixture as I can see some mottled bits, and I love the sweet little stars. A video would be great. x

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  6. Not sprayed Pat. Flicked on from a fan brush. Mind yer clothes and blot quickly or the splashes will be too big ! Xxx

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  7. Wow! ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–

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  8. I'm so in love with these stunning cards Eileen.

    Sue xx

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    1. Cheers Sue ... thank you xxx see you soon ! x

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  9. Dear Eileen, these are just too gorgeous - you know how to get me going!!

    Love

    Maggie (Yorkite)

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  10. fabulous creations thanks for sharing xmaggiex

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  11. Stunning cards! How creatively you've used the brushos and then added the inked lines to set off the sillouettes. Brilliant!

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  12. Stunning Eileen. You have inspired me to get my Brusho's out again! Thank you

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  13. These are so very lovely I've got color burst
    But I think I may need me some brushos

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  14. Beautiful, I love all of them xxx

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  15. Your cards are ALWAYS amazing and these are no exception matey.
    Hugs, Sarn xxx

    PS: Would love to hear your dulcet tones on a new YT video as it's difficult to get to your FABULOUS classes.

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    1. Yo! miss you Sarn thank you for being a lovely Crafty mate ! xxx

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  16. Your artistic creations are beautiful Eileen! Love all of these awesome cards. Wish I could be at one of your workshops again this year. I will watch out for your "how to" YT video on the brusho and bleach technique.
    Hope you and the entourage are having a great summer! x

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    1. We are having a good summer thanks Lottie... hope you can return to Rochester at some time ... love to both you and hubby E xx

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  17. Beautiful beautiful beautiful and Spellbound will be framed and on my wall because uou are such a kind, talented lady and I love it, love and hugs, Jeanette xx

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    1. You are a special lady ... get well soon xxxx
      Hugs and love back xxx

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  18. Hey Eileen :) I hope all goes well in your world! Love the compositions you're making with the bursts of colour and silhouette stamps. It's a really neat look to have the colour localized behind the imagery. The flying faerie almost looks like she's blowing fire.

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    1. All is good thank you Ryn and I hope its the same with you ... we need some 'Design by Ryn' silhouette stamps so I can make some more cards like these using your gorgeous stamps too !

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  19. I love Lavinia stamps and Brushos too. Most of all I love those black grid lines you have added to these cards, that was inspired! Love your work and looking forward to another YouTube vid when you get the time. x

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    1. Eileen Godwin. Do you add the lines by hand or are they stamped

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  20. great cards. i will put a link to your blog on mine..

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