Brutus Monroe & Stamptember!!

It is finally time for the Brutus Monroe and Simon Says Stamp Stamptember collaboration! Be sure to shop early as this one is sure to sell out and it is only available while supplies last!

The Brutus Monroe Stamptember Collab is here!!

Make sure to head over to Simon Says Stamp and pick up this set before it sells out – only available while supplies last!!

Stamp Set

Stamps with dies

To start off with this tag, I covered one of the Tim Holtz Etcetera tags (I used a #8) with white gesso. I made sure to coat the front, back and all sides and let it dry. 

I used an embossing folder of snowflakes to create some dimension on a white piece of paper and then used some shimmery blue aqua pigment to add color and let that dry. When that was dry, I used my finger to rub some light blue glitter glaze on the snowflake background. When you use your fingers to do this, you can make sure some of the glaze builds up around the embossed edges and makes it pop more. 

I then used some Fallen Snow glitterstock to die cut out a couple hills and used foam tape to adhere those to the tag over top of the snowflake background.

And now it is time to stamp and color our snowman! This stamp set is sooooo cute and so versatile! It is great for Halloween, Christmas, Winter, and any other occasion! The stick image is easy to line up with the apple images and no masking necessary!

I used copic markers to color in the snowman and the stick and then stamped the sentiment onto dark blue cardstock with the alabaster embossing powder. 

If you would like to check out my video on how I made this tag, head over to my YouTube channel!

Thanks for stopping by! And keep an eye over on my social media for more inspiration for this Stamptember Set! I bet it is going to sell out quickly!



If you would like to pick up any of the other products I used in this project, head over to Brutus Monroe here.

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