Hello, and welcome to another Rubbernecker design team Sunday. I hope that you are having a really great weekend. Today I have two cards to share with you using the stamp set Watercolor Poppies #719. I wanted to share how easy it is to totally […]
Good Morning! Thanks for stopping by today for another Rubbernecker Thursday. Today I have a card to share with you with a bit of a vintage feel, mostly from my color choices and heavy distressing. I had a few background pieces I had made with […]
Happy Easter! Hope that you have had a wonderful holiday with family and friends. I have another fun Rubbernecker card to share with you today, using the flower pot from the new clear set Create A Garden 2 #3009, and the matching die set, Pot Garden #3009D. After I colored the flower pot , and die cut it, I used foam tape to pop it up. I added a ribbon stem and loops for leaves. The flower was made from 5 scalloped circles, 1 as the base, and 4 that were folded in half twice to create small triangles. I glued them onto the base circle all going in the same direction, then added a pink brad to the center. The sentiment is from Garden Tool Set #3016, I cut it into smaller pieces and added to my card with a little pink paper to make it pop. This paper is from Doodlebug, love the colors, and that plaid!
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Rubbernecker Stamps Used:
Garden Tool Set #3016
Good Morning, today I have another Rubbernecker card to share with you. I used the new clear set, Fishing 2 #3004 on this card. It’s a great set with four fishing themed sentiments, three different hooks and this really fun fishing vest. I also used […]
Hello! Welcome to another Sweet Sunday Rubbernecker Design Team post! Today I am sharing a card that I created using a brand new clear set from Rubbernecker Stamps, Beach Master #3012. This set is designed for you to create a beautiful beach scene. Again, as […]
Good Morning! Thank you for stopping by today for another Rubbernecker Stamps card!! I have been having so much fun experimenting with watercolors lately. Before my Copic markers watercolors were my favorite coloring media, but I have not used them in a long while. But lately I have been seeing some of the most beautiful cards with water colors, I just had to get mine out and play! This card was made using a new Rubbernecker set of clear stamps called Create A Garden 2 #3009, and the matching, Pot Garden Die Set #3009D. For the pot I used my watercolor crayons and a water brush, die cut the image and popped it up with foam tape. For the flowers I decided I wanted more intense, brighter colors, so I tried an old technique, but something new to me, using my water base inks and a water brush to create the look of watercolors. I have seen this done a lot, but never tried it myself… I was missing out!! This is an awesome technique that I am going to be using all the time! I started by stamping some leaves onto the card front around my pot to create the background for my flowers. On a separate piece of watercolor paper I stamped my flowers in a lighter shade of what ever color I was using for that flower. After blending my ink with the water brush to give to look of water colors – not too much water is a good thing! I then went in with my water brush and added a darker shade of that same color to give some depth all while the paper was still slightly damp, so my colors would blend well. I die cut the flowers with the Pot Garden die set and arranged them on my card. I decided that I needed to add the purple flowers directly to the card panel with my background leaves, using the same method. I used foam tape on some of the flowers to add depth, as well as a couple of pearls for the centers of my pink flowers. A little watercolor wash in a lighter blue gave me a nice background finish, and a lighter grey gave my flower-pot something to “sit” on. The sentiment is from another new set, also clear stamps, called Best Friends Etc. #3032. This is a wonderful sentiment set with 16 sentiments in all!
I know some of my fellow stamping friends are not clear stamp people. Rubbernecker clear stamps are made in the USA. They have NO funny odor at all! They are a DELIGHT to stamp with, I have had NO trouble with them being “too soft” and have NOT had a hard time getting a clean image – which I have had in the past with other clear stamps (from some companies). I have had NO problems with ink “pooling” on the stamps, or blotchy images – I am really picky about that type of thing!! I have used several different inks on them just to see if this would happen and it did NOT! These clear stamps, stamp crisp and clear, and I am having so much fun creating with them. The fact that they have matching die sets is the cherry on top!!
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Rubbernecker Stamps Used:
Matching Die Set: Pot Garden Die Set #3009D
Good morning! I hope that you are having a wonderful weekend! Today I am sharing a card made with another new stamp set from Rubbernecker stamps, well two new sets actually! The first set is a fabulous sentiment set # 3032 with 16 different pieces […]
Welcome to another Design Team Sunday for Rubbernecker Stamps! Today’s card was made using a mixture of Colorburst Watercolors and stamps to create that fun background. I started with a piece of watercolor paper, added a bit of Fushia color burst mixed with water to a large brush and very sloppily brushed it on my paper. I let it dry and add then splashed it with clear water to create a splotchy look. I did this second step several times, til I had the look I desired, it is really important to let it dry in between or you just end up with a solid single color mess, ask me how I know! 🙂 After I had the watercolor looking just the way I wanted it, I added some deeper colored “splotches” with Scuffs, Scraps, and Stains #461 in a Berry colored ink from Fun Stampers Journey. The sentiment is Sound Of Laughter #642-08. A little ribbon and a few flowers finish it all off!
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Good Morning! Thanks for stopping by today, I have another Rubbernecker card to share today, this is a simple card I made using scraps and leftovers from my work table. True story. I had stamped Les Miserables #673 on that lovely purple card stock for […]