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Monday, October 19, 2020

Gnome Matter What!

 


One of my favorite color combos is brown and pink so I thought that William Winter from Rubbernecker Stamps, would look cute in these colors.  William Winter is a Christmas gnome but he doesn't have to be, he can be a love gnome or Valentine gnome.  I think that I'll save this to give to my guy with a box of his favorite candies for Valentine's Day.

Here's how my card was made-
  • Stamp William Winter Gnome on white cardstock with Onyx Black VersaFine ink and color with Prisma Color Pencils with pink, green and brown pencils.
  • Die-cut this out the William Winter Gnome Die and add Unicorn Stickles on the brown stripes to the hat.  Set aside to let dry.

  • Die-cut white cardstock using the Nested Circle Small Stitch Die Cut Set and the Nested Tag Stitch.  
  • Stamp both with the Field of Stars Background stamp using Rose from the Color Fuse #5 set.
  • Die-cut kraft colored cardstock using the Nested Circle Scallop with Holes Die Cut.  Glue the stamped circle onto this. 


  • Stamp the sentiment from the Garden Gnome set on the tag with black ink and glue a little behind William Winter.  Glue this to the circles.

  • Use the largest die from the Rectangle Small Stitch Die Cut Set to cut decorative paper, layer this onto slightly larger white cardstock then glue to a kraft color card.
  • Glue a strip of burlap to the left side of the card and pop up the circles with foam squares.

Have a creative day!


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Being part of various affiliate programs – when you click on an affiliate link and then go on to make a purchase, at no cost to you, I receive a small commission.  The affiliates I use include Rubbernecker Stamps.


Friday, October 16, 2020

It's Time To Celebrate!!


It's time to celebrate!  I have a few birthdays coming up that I'll need cards for and wanted to use this great "Balloons and More" set from Stampendous.  The cupcake and candles are separate so you can use the one stamp with a bunch of candles or use the single candle to use just a few. 
Here you can see what all comes in the set, be sure to read the witty sentiments!
  • I stamped the cupcake and candles with Onyx Black VersaFine ink, colored it with Inktense Pencils, cut it out, and added glitter on the flames and on the icing.
  • I wanted to use a layout that was a little different so I placed a white cardstock panel diagonally on a 4" x  5 1/4" decorative panel and glued it down with Zip Dry  Glue.  Once it dried I turned the panel over and cut off the excess white cardstock.

  • Washi tape was added to the white cardstock and "It's time to Celebrate!!!" was stamped at the bottom with black ink.
  • Happy Birthday was stamped diagonally at the top left corner of the white cardstock with black ink and three pink self-adhesive pearls were placed below the sentiment.
  • The cupcake was popped up using 3D Foam Squares from Scrapbook Adhesive by 3L.
  • This was then glued to a pink card and two more self-adhesive pearls were added to the top left of the decorative paper panel.

If you want to see all of the shimmer and shine of this card, stop by my Stamp This Facebook page to see a quick video.

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Disclaimer- I get free goodies for blogging about craft products! Today I'm sharing a card made with products from Stampendous

Here are some places that you can find Stampendous Products-
First off check out your local Stamp Store, if they don't have it they can order it.
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Friday, October 9, 2020

Pumpkin Pals


How cute is this Pumpkin Pals stamp from Stampendous!!  It's perfect for Fall and can be used for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or just because.  To make my card I stamped Pumpkin Pals on Mixed Media White Cardstock with Onyx Black Ink and colored with Prisma Colored Pencils.  One of my favorite ways to shade around and image to get a smooth look is to use decorative chalks and apply them with a flat brush. I used Spellbinders Making Faces Collection by Jane Davenport, mine is from Hobby Lobby and they can also be found at Scrapbook.com.  


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Disclaimer- I get free goodies for blogging about craft products! Today I'm sharing a card made with products from Stampendous

Here are some places that you can find Stampendous Products-
First off check out your local Stamp Store, if they don't have it they can order it.
Online Stores
Scrapbook.com


 

Monday, October 5, 2020

Trick or Treat


Wow can you believe that it's October already?  Are you sending out cards for Halloween this year?  I've made a few to send, this one uses stamps and dies from Rubbernecker Stamps and is good for those that don't really like creepy or scary, maybe for a little someone.

Here's how my card was made-
  • Stamp Trick or Treat Cat on white cardstock and color with Prisma colored pencils.
  • Use the Trick or Treat Cat Die Cut to cut out and set aside.
  • Stamp a green panel with Not So Many Random Dots background stamp with Onyx Black VersaMark in and sponge the sides with a  lit black ink.
  • Die-cut about a quarter of an inch off the green panel using the dotted line border from the Borders #2 die-cut set.
  • Glue black and white striped decorative paper under the bottom of the green panel.  The completed panel will measure 5 1/4" x 4".

  • Put orange glitter washi tape on the decorative paper, below the green panel along the seam.
  • Layer this onto a slightly larger orange panel and glue to a black card.
  • Use the Crosshatch Design Die to die-cut black card stock and glue it to the center of the green panel.
  • Pop up Trick or Treat Cat using foam squares.


Have a creative day!


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I am on various Design Teams and get free goodies for blogging about craft products but only because I love their products and genuinely use them. Ultimately my opinions are my own. A list of companies is in my sidebar.
Being part of various affiliate programs – when you click on an affiliate link and then go on to make a purchase, at no cost to you, I receive a small commission.  The affiliates I use include Rubbernecker Stamps.



Saturday, October 3, 2020

Corny Candy Shaker Tag


I'm getting ready for Halloween and making a few shaker tags, I used the super cute new Corny Candy Perfectly Clear Stamp Set from Stampendous.  The set has a candy corn and candy pumpkin stamp with a bunch of different faces that you can stamp inside of it, it even has a unicorn.  Take a look at this set!

  • Stamp Corny Candy on Mixed Media White Paper, color with colored pencils and cut out.
  • To make the shaker use the Fitted Frames B Die Set to cut out a frame from decorative paper.
  • Glue acetate to the back of the frame and apply foam tape around the back of the frame.
  • Stamp the sentiment on white cardstock with black ink and glue to orange cardstock that has been cut the same size as the frame.
  • Sprinkle Champagne Crushed Glass Glitter in the center of the orange paper, to help keep the shaker bits from sticking to the acetate, rub it with a new dryer sheet then adhere the frame over this.
  • Glue the Corny Candy to the frame and glue ribbon to the top.

Have a creative day!

Supplies
Stampendous
SSC1358 Corny Candy Perfectly Clear Set
DCP1006 Fitted Frames B
FRG02C Champagne Crushed Glass Glitter
MPW Mixed Media White Paper
STF082 Onyx Black VersaFine Ink

Plus
Prisma Colored Pencils
Cardstock- Orange
Decorative Paper
Enamel Dots- The Paper Studio
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
Tear-ific Tape- Sparkle N Sprinkle
Foam Tape
Acetate
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Disclaimer- I get free goodies for blogging about craft products! Today I'm sharing a card made with products from Stampendous

Here are some places that you can find Stampendous Products-
First off check out your local Stamp Store, if they don't have it they can order it.
Online Stores


Friday, October 2, 2020

Fall Flash Back


Happy Friday!  Today I thought that for Flash Back Friday I would share some Fall cards I had made using Rubbernecker Stamps, stamps and dies.  Fall is my favorite season and I love making cards with leaves and trees, these are a few of my favorites.

Here's how my card was made-

1.  The Splatter Leaves were stamped with Tiger Lily, Leaf Green and Carnation Red Wendy Vecchi Blendable Dye Inks and cut out using the Fall Leaf Die Set.
2.  The same inks were brushed onto the edges of the leaves and blended inward.
3.  The Brick Wall Stencil was sponged with Antique Linen and Tea Dye Distress Inks across the center a white panel.
4.  Leaf Green and Tiger Lily Inks were splattered on the panel.
5.  Gold glitter washi tape was placed towards the bottom of the stenciled bricks and the panel was die cut using the Nested Rectangle Stitch Die Set.
6.  The sentiment was stamped on the top of the panel with Carnation Red and Tiger Lily Inks and the two side leaves were glued flat and the center leaf was popped up using 3D Foam Squares from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.
7.  The panel was adhered to an orange panel and popped up on a patterned tan card.


Here's how my card was made-
  • I have a card made with the Fall Foliage two part set but I only used the tree.  
  • To make the background, I rubbed ink pads on a long thin acrylic block in Mowed Lawn, Marigold and Straw.  The block was then sprayed with water and the ink was stamped on a white panel.  
  • Once dry the trees were stamped with VersaMark ink and embossed with Twilight embossing powder.  
  • Thinking of You was stamped on a white tag, embossed with Twilight.  
  • It was then stamped with one of the small stamps from the Splatter Stains sets in Marigold and Straw, layered on black, tied with ribbon and popped up on the card.

Here's how my card was made-

1.   Papers in yellow, green and rust were cut using the Splatter Leaves Die Cut Set and the edges were sponged in the same colors. 
2.   They were then glued to a banner that was cut using the Nested Banner Stitch Die Cut Set.  
3.  The banner was popped up on a cream panel that was dry embossed with the Vertical Lines Stencil.
4.  Green paper was die-cut with the Hugs #2 Die Cut and glued below the banner.
5.  The banner was wrapped with twine and rhinestones were randomly placed on the card.

Here's a list of Rubbernecker Stamps products used to make these cards.
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I am on various Design Teams and get free goodies for blogging about craft products but only because I love their products and genuinely use them. Ultimately my opinions are my own. A list of companies is in my sidebar.
Being part of various affiliate programs – when you click on an affiliate link and then go on to make a purchase, at no cost to you, I receive a small commission.  The affiliates I use include Rubbernecker Stamps.

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

I Don't Do Mornings!


Oh this little lady could be me, I am NOT a morning person even though I've tried, my brain just doesn't turn on before 11:00 am.  So needless to say coffee is my friend!  To make my card I used stamps, dies, and inks from Rubbernecker Stamps and in case you didn't know you can share what you've made with Rubbernecker Stamps on their Facebook page "Rubbernecker Stamps Fans. 

  • Die-cut white cardstock using the SLI Geometric X Die and cut out close to the design.  
  • Sponge Color Fuse Inks with Caramel, Mocha, Artic and Sky.  Glue to a slightly larger white piece of cardstock.


  • Die-cut white cardstock with the Slimline Deckle Die and stamp with the Coffee Bean Background stamp and Mocha Color Fuse Ink.  Glue this to a blue panel then onto a kraft colored slimline card.
  • Stamp Ethel With Coffee on watercolor paper using Onyx Black VersaFine Ink and color with Inktense Pencils.
  • Cut Ethel out with the Ethel With Coffee Die Cut and set aside.
  • Pop up Ethel with foam squares towards the bottom of the card.

  • Stamp Don't Do Mornings on a strip of white cardstock with Pecan Color Fues ink and sponge the edges with the same color.  
  • Glue this to a slightly larger kraft colored piece of cardstock and cut to leave a thin border and pop us with foam squares.


  • Stamp Coffee! three times on strips of white cardstock with Odyssey Color Fuse Ink and glue to the card as shown.
  • Add Unicorn Stickles to Ethel's rollers, slipper pom poms and earings.


Have a creative day!! 


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Affiliate and Product Disclosure
I am on various Design Teams and get free goodies for blogging about craft products but only because I love their products and genuinely use them. Ultimately my opinions are my own. A list of companies is in my sidebar.
Being part of various affiliate programs – when you click on an affiliate link and then go on to make a purchase, at no cost to you, I receive a small commission.  The affiliates I use include Rubbernecker Stamps.