Sunday, February 16, 2014

Stamp Review Crew: Gorgeous Grunge Edition

Welcome to the Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop! We are show casing the Gorgeous Grunge Stamp Set. We are so excited to share with you our grunge-inspired creations.

You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from Cindy Beach stampspaperandink.typepad.com #2. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you can see all of the amazing creations.  

  • When I think of grunge, I think of very little effort on appearance, which inspired this masculine card.

  • I combined Gorgeous Grunge with another "grungy" stamp set set; Clockworks and Perfectly Penned stamp set for the sentiment.


  • For a feminine twist, use bright colors, ribbon and rhinestones.This sentiment is from the Make A Wish stamp set.

Stampin' Up! Supplies:
Stamps: Gorgeous Grunge (wood) 130514 or (clear) 130517, Clockworks (wood) 131973 or (clear) 127292, Perfectly Penned (wood) 128703 or (clear) 122892, Make a Wish (wood) 131928 or (clear) 129222.
Paper: Whisper White 100730, Early Espresso 119686, Crumb Cake 120953, Real Red 102482, Daffodil Delight 119683, Smoky Slate 131202
Ink: Early Espresso 126974, Crumb Cake 126975, Daffodil Delight 126944, Smokey Slate 131179 
Accessories: Early Espresso Button 130031, Smoky Slate Button 130031, Daffodil Delight Stitched Ribbon 126872, Natural Cotton Ribbon 127844, Linen Thread 104199, Stampin' Dimensionals 104430, Rhinestone Basic Jewels 119246

The next stop is Adriana Beneitez escape2stamp.com #4 on the blog hop! Thanks for visiting and I hope to see you next time! 


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1.       Heidi Baks  runningwscissorsstamper.blogspot.com
2.       Cindy Beach stampspaperandink.typepad.com/
3.       Beth Beard   mylittlecraftblog.com/
4.       Adriana Benitez  escape2stamp.com
5.       Tanya Boser   tinkerin-in-ink.blogspot.com
6.       Debra Burgin  heartfeltinkspiration.com/
7.       Jill Coleman  jillstamps.com/
8.       Deb Currier  artfeltimpressions.blogspot.com/
9.       Mike Funke    stampin-style.typepad.com/
10.   Shana Gaff   stressfreestamping.blogspot.com
11.   Holly Krautkremer  rubberredneck.typepad.com
12.   Mary Rindal   maryrindal.com
13.   Martha Stewart  seasonsofstamping.com/
14.   Dawn Tidd   tiddbitsfromdawn.typepad.com
15.   Lisa Young   addinkandstamp.blogspot.com/ 
16.   Kerry Willard Bray  kerrywillardbray.com
17.   Paula Wright  paulastamps.blogspot.com/
18.   Rita Wright  ritascreations.blogspot.com/
19.   Betty Traciak kittystamps.blogspot.com
20.   Nancy Smith iguanastamp.wordpress.com



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    21 comments:

    1. Great cards! I love the yellow with gray. Great color combo!

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    2. These are great! The colors really pop on the gray and yellow card. The first card is an excellent masculine card. TFS!

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    3. What a duo! Two gorgeous and grungy cards, so different but equally delightful.

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    4. Great examples of both a masculine and feminine theme. Both are beautiful!

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    5. Beth - you are one talented lady! Love your use of this stamp set. I really struggled and you make it look so easy. I am inspired!

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    6. Fabulous darlink! Imagine that said by Zsa Zsa Gabor :) I am enamored with anything yellow and gray lately, so the second card makes my heart sing.

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    7. Beautiful cards! I love both of them they are so soft but just really pop!

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    8. Beautiful cards! Your collage effect is perfect.

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    9. Beautiful cards! I love the striking, bright color you added to each card. Love the yellow and gray.
      Question: what do you photograph up against? Your pictures are so clean. Thx!

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    10. Beth, I agree with Mike, you are one talented lady!
      Great backgrounds with the set, and your cards still look clean! Love your style.

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    11. beautiful cards; love your creativity!

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    12. beautiful cards - love that you made such different styles, but my favorite is the yellow and gray card - so striking

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    13. two very creative cards. I had to look twice at the first happy birthday card because the combination of the font on the sentiment and the stripes behind it look like a sheet of music. At least to me - and I really like the effect.

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    14. Great jobs showcasing the versatility of this set. I like these a lot!

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    15. I love that yellow and gray card and all the spatters!

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    16. These are wonderful cards....I have several April birthday cards to create and a few are male so I will use your designs as my inspiration....thank you!

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    17. Love both cards! Love gray and yellow together! The brown one would work great for a guy!

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    18. Both of your cards are wonderful Beth. That is one fabulous masculine card and I love the yellow and gray paired together - great result!!

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    19. Great cards. Love the color combinations and the design on each. So nice to see cards that could be used for guys!

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    20. Great way to show that it can do both masculine and feminine cards. I love them both!

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