You’re Raw-Some

Made for the Mod Squad challenge requiring stencil, stamp and interactive.

Recipe Challenge

Started with a stencil called Mini Bamboo and some clear gesso that I coloured with Distress Oxide spray in Peeled paint and mixed until desired shade was achieved. I left that to dry and began the rest. Using my Lawn Fawn Flippin Awesome die I started with die cutting all the pieces. I then stamped all the images from an MFT set I’ve had for a while and only used a few times. I assembled the card onto a card front in the portrait position. I enjoy playing with the Flippin Awesome die as one can do so many different things with it. The clear gesso doesn’t make a bulky impression but I can assure you it is a stenciled back piece.

18 thoughts on “You’re Raw-Some

    1. Thanks Lisa – I probably should have done several photos so the flip images show but hubby was getting impatient so I just did the one. Each piece has something about Sushi on it.

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    1. Its a nice set and I have dies that go with it too. Very useful to have dies that match. Glad you like the result.


  1. I agree – the bamboo background is perfect for a sushi type card and the set is all about sushi. Glad you like it.


    1. Thanks Bonnie. Enjoyed playing with it. I did find it is more of a runny mixture even without adding any ink but easy to use and good results too.


  2. Johanna, this is such a fun one! Great background for that fun stamp set. I totally get having to hurry for your husband, too. 😉 They can get impatient with our craft time, when it’s interfering with what they want to do.

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  3. Thanks Golda. I had fun playing but I must have been in a dream or something as I managed to get the orientation wrong initially and had to remove the flips and cut another base. In the process I managed to cut the base somehow so I am going to make an easel for it to stand up instead of trying to use another card base. What with my mistakes in stamping the day before and then messing up this one I’m hoping my small calamities are now over for a while.

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    1. We all have those times. I’ve found you can tape the front of a card onto another base and it works just fine. A bit heavier, but no one else knows something happened. Works if you mess up the inside or back. Yep, experience. 😉


  4. This is so cute and the bamboo background is perfect. I think it would be fun to keep flipping it. I don’t know what it’s like to have a day without a calamity 😉

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  5. Thanks Gerry. You made me chuckle with your calamity comment. I think these interactive cards are a bit addictive for the recipient.


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