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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

STAMPlorations - New Month, New Challenge and NEW PRODUCT!

Oh Happy, Happy Day everyone!  I am this excited because today for the March month-long challenge and new product reveal over on the STAMPlorations' Blog, I am sharing a couple of projects I created using the new Bloomtangle metal dies. 

These metal dies create a standard card sized die cut from two of my favorite patterns in the Bloomtangle coloring book (swoon) and just LOOK at what I created...
To create these cards I used the Bloomtangle Cover Plate #2, some double sided sticky tape and applied micro fine glitter with a paintbrush; they are absolutely spectacular.
I tried very hard to get the perfect photo so you can see the elegant shimmer and the subtle shading.  
I will be doing a more in-depth tutorial on my process later in the month so stay tuned!

And of course, being a mixed media girl, I just had to create something besides a card and just look at what I made using the Bloomtangle Cover Plate #1, some empty tins and inky paper towels...
I now have pretty and coordinated storage containers for my work space and a table top garbage can that looks great!
Not only were they super easy and quick to make, but I used a lot of items from my recyle bin... talk about Win! Win!

So that's it for today from me, but you may want to check out what some of the other girls created with these dies HERE.  And while you are there why not read all about the new March challenge?  There are prizes!!

And just a note that these are only two of the new STAMPlorations products being released this month ... so head on over to the STAMPlorations store to see all of them.  (And if you are ordering remember to use my special coupon code below to get an additional 20% off your purchase.)

Lynne Mizera
for the STAMPlorations Mixed Media Design Team


  1. Love the rich colors and the sparkle! These are gorgeous! And I love your project with the cans... awesome idea! The cover plate dies are fabulous!

  2. I love the tin idea! Brilliant makes, Lynn.

  3. Wow, the cards and the tins are so cool. Love these Lynne. Hugz

  4. I can't believe you only got 3 comnents! Your cards are SPECTACULAR!! Absolutely incredible!!

  5. Sooo fun!!! I just love everything you do!!

  6. Wow! Stunning projects!!! Great work!!!

  7. O.M.G.! Simple?! I can't believe it. These really
    are all spectacular.

  8. Fabulous set of cards and love the storage cans.

  9. Brilliant inspiration for the new dies Lynne, love your colours and the used of the white and black - great work

  10. Wow! Awesome cards and awesome storage tins too! xxx

  11. OMG what a creative way of using these dies - the cards and pencil pots are amazing :)

  12. Gorgeous!!! I LOVE the shimmer on the cards; stunning! And the pencil "cups" are so fun and also stunning!

  13. Beautiful! I love all of your projects! Beautiful colour choices! I need to get one of these cover plates!

  14. Absolutely fabulous!! I may redo my tea tins! I can't wait to be able to get these fabulous dies!!

  15. Wow! Great way to use the cover plates. I love all the glittery colors too! Each one is so beautiful in it's own way. I can see that I may need to invest in these too.

  16. WOW!!! Beautiful cards with the glitter and those storage cans are the best idea yet!

  17. Your projects are so adorable!

  18. Oh my-those cards are stunning! I can't wait
    to read about how you made them.
    The storage cans are awesome-did you
    adhere the inky paper towels to the cans?
    It's hard to tell from the pictures.

    1. Thank You Lucy... I am sharing my process in a full tutorial on March 26th so be sure to pop by. And yes, inky paper towels first then the die cut over top... SO EASY!


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