Altenew Hello Sunshine

Hello everyone, I hope you are having a great day!

Today I am bringing a card to you from Altenew’s Hello Sunshine. I purchased this stamp set along with a few others from You should head over there and see what my friend Princy has there for you!

This is today’s card.

You can see the details on how I made this card by visiting my YouTube Channel BromeroCards!

Have a great day!


Stamp, Ink, Paper Challenge 105

Happy summer everyone! I hope your whole week of summer has been great.

This weeks challenge is Summer Fun!

And here is my card!  Nothing says summer like flowers and bees!

The card base, bee, and sentiment were all made with products from Honey Bee Stamps.  The layering background dies are great! I love the sentiment layering die as well! There are so many options you can use for it! The flowers are die cuts from MFT Stamps.

Stamp, Ink, Paper Challenge 104

Hi, everyone! Thanks for stopping by for this week’s challenge.

This week we had to use the colors lime, berry, and indigo with an added metallic accent of choice.

You can watch me make this card over at my YouTube channel HERE!


And this is what I came up with!

I used the Concord & 9th Dotty Turnabout Stamp and used Stampin Up Berry Burst, Lemon Lime Twist, and My Favorite Things Paradise Teal.  I know the color is supposed to be indigo, but this is as close as I could get. Then I took one of the circles from the set and stamped each blue dot.  I used Princess Gold embossing powder from Ranger and heat set it.

I then die cut the word celebrated from some gold mirror card stock and stacked it on two pieces of white card stock.  Then I die cut the word you from the pattern paper I made and backed that with some gold foil mirror paper as well.  I placed some 3M foam tape on the back to lift it off the card. I then pulled some matching card stock to match the background and backed that with some 3M foam tape as well.  I glued the card to a Neenah Solar 110 lb card stock and I was done!

Stamp, Ink, Paper Challenge 103

Hi, everyone! I hope you have had a great start to your week.  This weeks challenge was a sketch challenge.

I made a clean and simple card using Concord and 9th Lace Leaf stamp set.

I took some orange and pink Brusho and sprinkled it on the base stamp.  I also took some Ken Olivers liquid metals in orange and pink and placed that on the stamp as well.  I sprayed it down with water, stamped the image and used my heat gun to dry the paper.  Afer the paper was dry, I did a second generation of stamping again and dried it again.

I then took the lace leaf portion of the stamp set and covered it with Versamark ink.  I then used the Ton’s rose gold embossing powder and heat set it. I then took some black soot distressed ink, mixed it with water and splashed it on with my brush.  I placed it on a black card stock and then adhered it to a Neenah Solar White cardstock panel.

I hope you have enjoyed this weeks card and I can’t wait to see what you create this week!


Stamp, Ink, Paper Challenge 102

Hi everyone, welcome back this week to another great challenge.

Before I get started on my card, I wanted to announce the winner of my giveaway for last weeks blog entry. Unless I am mistaken, there were only two individuals that posted they came to my YouTube Channel from the blog. So good luck! You have a 50/50 chance of winning!

I wrote the two names on slips of paper, threw them in a bowl & had my dog Ivy choose the person. Whoever was stuck to her nose was the winner. I know, scientific, right?

And the winner is Christine Miller. Please email me at Provide me with your address and your new stamp set will be on the way. 🙂

On to this weeks card. This weeks challenge is hard for a lot of people. Making masculine cards can be hard because most of the stamping world provides items that are mostly feminine.

I used some Stampin Up products to make this card. I used the new wood grain designer paper that is available in two different styles. The white for the main card base, and the wood panel for acorns and trim paper. The sentiment acorn (Acorny Thank You) was stamped on brown cardstock using Versamark ink and covered in gold embossing powder. For the tops of the other two acorns, I used brown cardstock, stamped using Versamark and also heat embossed it with gold embossing powder. The bottoms of the two acorns are from the wood panel paper. I inked up the solid acorn image with Versamark & then covered them with clear embossing powder and heat set. It gives the acorns a shiny appearance. I propped all of those up with some 3M foam tape and adhered everything to a Neenah Solar White 110lb card base.

I hope you have enjoyed this weeks card. I can’t wait to see all your ideas!

Have a great week!





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