Here’s another card using SU’s “Off the Grid” and “Gorgeous Grunge” stamp sets to create a backdrop for some sweet florals.

A dry embossed brick design adds interest to the background as well.  To get evenly stamped images, always stamp them first before embossing.  Look at the difference between the stem on the left (stamped after embossing.. oops) and the center and right stems.

This card is for three challenges this week.  For the Muse challenge, I was inspired by the embossed background, the three flower image and the touches of purple.  I rarely use purple, but am trying to incorporate it more into my creations.  Click on any of the badges to take you to that challenge!

Happy Crafting!

Stamps: SU “Too Kind”, “Gorgeous Grunge”, “Off the Grid” and “Express Yourself”

Papers: PTI Select White; SU Elegant Eggplant

Inks: SU Pale Plum, Lavender Lace, Elegant Eggplant, Summer Sun, Really Rust and Always Artichoke

Accessories: Grosgrain Ribbon; American Crafts Elements Eyelets; Spiral Paper Clip; Tim Holtz “Bricked” Embossing Folder; Corner Rounder Punch

25 Responses to “Off the Grid, Again!”

  1. Beautifully stamped! Thanks for joining us at CASE Study this week!

  2. Fabulous colour combo and a great card!!

  3. Wow, what a beauty, Susan! The colors and textures, topped with your perfect stamping are a gorgeous combination.

  4. You are right- the bricks, the grid, looks soooo cool with the flowers! 🙂

  5. very cool, love the look of the embossing with the image stamped first!

  6. You added the perfect amount of purple, and I love how you added a few eyelets to the beautiful background too! Very pretty!!

  7. Very Pretty – Fun to see eyelets and those swirly clips again. I also like the addition of purple to your card and the rounded corner on the left. Very nice layout.

  8. This is really cool – love the colours and the brick texture! Thanks for playing with this week’s Muse!

  9. Beautiful card, Susan! I love the juxtaposition of the grunge and the flowers. I shy away from using purple too. Kudos to you for
    adding it so masterfully!

  10. Hi Susan,
    I rarely do purple on a card, too. You used it so beautifully with the brick embossed background and the Grid- you enabled me to get that stamp! the Summer Sun and Really Rust are two of my favorite colors, and they worked so nicely with the Elegant Eggplant! Love your take on my card this week. TFS!

  11. Wow. Your stamping rocks!

  12. Beautiful, Susan! The combination of colors with the purple is perfect. Good to see the eyelets and swirl clip looking so fabulous on your card. I have both in abundance and really must reach for them more often. The grid and grunge look pretty cool with your flowers, too!

  13. Great stamping and embossing…love all the texture and the flowers look so realistic!

  14. oh the flowers look amazing!!

    Thanks for joining us at Sister Act Card challenge

    -Angeline DT

  15. Love this color combo! I think I’m going to have to get that brick background. That texture looks so cool.

  16. Awesome colors! I love this, in so many ways! Looks like you’re effectively ‘enabling’ me to “need” the Off the Grid as well. LOL


  17. This is sooo pretty, Susan….I just love the stamps, colors and your super awesome design!!!!!

  18. Hi, this is just lovely that grungy background then with the flowers i really like it 🙂
    Great take on the muse card.
    Kate xx

  19. this is gorgeous! I love the texture that the embossed bricks add! and the colors, are just WOW! FABULOUS card!!! great take on the MUSE!

  20. Love your card–wonderful design & colors!

  21. Susan your flowers are gorgeous – love the colors!

  22. Great use of several textures. It really makes me stop and take a closer look.

  23. Lovely card, really like the colors and the design of it 🙂

  24. Gorgeous Susan!

  25. So pretty…love the colors and textures!

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