Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

It is a happy day when you can create with stamps, stencils, paste and to add pretty buttons to a project should make you smile all over, it does me anyway, wink, wink.
To begin lay stencil down and apply Ripe Persimmon and Shabby Shutter distress ink using a blending tool.
Remove stencil and apply the Wild Honey over top.
Stamp brushy stroke to top of card base using black ink. 
Add crackle embossing paste using stencil and palette knife. Allow the paste to set up.
Stamp leave plunge on white card stock, color with copic markers. Ink edges with brown ink.
Corner chomp colored image, ink edges with brown ink.
Mat with brown card stock, adhere together. 
Distress and ink pattern paper.
Add strips to top of card base.
Add colored image to top of card front with pop dots. 
Tie brown twine through buttons, add to card front with Glue Dots.
Make a pretty twine bow and add to card front with Glue Dots.
I am so glad you stopped by and hope you enjoyed my Happy, Happy, Happy Card using stencils from two of the Stampendous stamp set, Dreamweaver Crackle Embossing Paste along with Stampendous Leaf Plunge Stamp. 
Make sure to check out all the beautiful projects that are being shared by the Stampendous Design Team using Button Galore & More products.
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Hugs Pammejo
Supplies:
HMCV23 Cling Leaf Plunge Stamp
NKCRS02 Wired Grillager Stencil
CRS7001 Brushy Strokes/Stencil 
SSC1112 Daisy Thanks
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper  
DWCEP Dreamweaver Crackle Embossing Paste
Graphic 45 Steampunk Spells Pattern Paper
ColorBox Chestnut Roan
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17 thoughts on “Happy, Happy, Happy

  1. TracyM #6773 says:

    FUN & FABULOUS card Pam!!!WOW – your background is STUNNING, a WONDERFUL combination of colours, stencils & stamping, LOVE IT, LOVE your ADORABLE mouse and PRETTY leaves too!!!THANK YOU for sharing your RECIPE for AWESOMENESS – I'm INSPIRED :)Tracy from Down Under in Victoria, Australia

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  2. Claudia N. says:

    LOVE that background of yours and how you have combined it with all the gorgeous papers and embellies! A brilliant card! Absolutely adorable! Claudia x

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  3. P Beatty says:

    Beautifully festive card! Florida

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  4. Diane says:

    WOW…love this and the awesome background and all the other fabby details!

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  5. Julia Aston says:

    This is a very HAPPY HAPPY card! love your mixed media background and sweet image! Julia xx

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  6. Love this- gorgeous how you combined all the different supplies! Super fab!

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  7. This is gorgeous!!!! I love your background. It is the perfect explosion of color for the little House Mouse jumping into the leaves.

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  8. I had to laugh at the mouse jumping into the leaves.The coloring is great. Fun embellishments.thanks for sharing.Illinois

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  9. Pam Hornschu says:

    What a great bunch of colors and textures and buttons! Wonderful fall card!

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  10. Stampendous says:

    FABULOUS mixed media card, Pam. Love those colors and such a happy mouse for your Fall card! Thank you for sharing today!

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  11. A beautiful card filled with sunshine and autumn colours! Love all the details!

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  12. craftymom205 says:

    Love the card. Great background.craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  13. Wow, this is stunning! Gorgeous background layers. Beautiful design.

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  14. Such a fabulous card, Pam! Love all the perfectly colored background and coloring on the image! Great added layers with the buttons, too!!

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  15. Sue D says:

    FAbulous–made me smile. I like the techniques you used.Sue in OHio

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