Monday, June 1, 2020

Mix It Up Challenge - Acrylic Block Stamping

Hello my friends!
A new month means a new challenge over on the Mix It Up Challenge Blog.
Remember, this is a monthly Anything Goes challenge but with a fun twist that you can choose to join in on ... or not!  This month's theme is:
Anything Goes + Acrylic Block Stamping
 Good Grief ... I haven't done anything like this in AGES ... what fun!

What do you think??

 I truly LOVE how this came out!  I think this might be perfect for a sympathy card.

I simply used two different size acrylic blocks & SU Not Quite Navy ink
for my squares onto a panel of turquoise card stock which after stamping I die cut with one
of my rectangular die sets from Tutti Designs.  Then stamped my Great Impressions stamp with 
Versamark and embossed with white embossing powder.  A panel of Navy card stock was
used for the backing.

I do hope you'll pop over to the Mix It Up Challenge Blog and join in the fun!
You have until 6 PM EST the last day of the month to enter!
I'm so inspired by the rest of our amazing DT 
and I can't wait to be inspired by YOUR project!

As always, thanks SO MUCH for taking the time to stop by!



  1. This is lovely and you are quite right, it would work perfectly as a sympathy card!

  2. Beautiful acrylic blog stamping, one of my fav techniques.xx

  3. A gorgeous sympathy card for sure. Love the colors!

  4. This is so beautiful! I love it and the colors are awesome.

  5. neat way you turned the block to give more interest to the background, turned out great!

  6. Gorgeous colours Darlene. Stunning result and great layout.

  7. I don't know where I've been but I had never heard of acrylic block stamping. It looks so fun, I have to give it a try. Your card is beautiful, my friend. Thank you for the inspiration!
    Have an awesome weekend.
    ♥ Lena
    Lena’s Creations


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