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Thursday, October 10, 2019

Make Your Background


Hi my friends!  Today's shaker card uses stamps, stencils and dies from Rubbernecker Stamps.  I used the new Vertical Lines Stencil to make the background, first I sponged with blue ink, turned the stencil and sponged with green ink.


The Nested Circle Scallop w/Holes Die Cut was used for a background for the shaker card and the Circle Stitch One Piece Combined Die Cut   was used to make the blue circle frame.


A few leaves from the Leaf Group Die were placed behind the Circle Scallop and a bit of glitter was added to them for just a bit of shimmer.

Here are the stamps, dies and stencils that were used plus the amazing Crossover II Die Cutting Machine.

        
       
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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 and Whimsy Stamps.

Saturday, October 5, 2019

Best Christmas


Hi everyone and Happy World Card Making Day!  I hope you have time to get some card making done to celebrate, I have a Christmas card for you using stamps, dies and embossing powder from Stampendous. 

Here's how my card was made;
1.  Stamp Best Christmas on Mixed Media White paper using black Ink and color with colored pencils.
2.  Use the Fitted Frames Die Set to cut out and layer onto red cardstock using a larger die.
3.  Stamp Best Christmas repeatedly on kraft cardstock with VersaMark Ink and emboss with White Embossing Powder.
4.  Layer die cut piece onto decorative paper and red cardstock then glue to the card.

    

Supplies
Stampendous
P341 Best Christmas
DCP1006 Fitted Frames Die Set
White Embossing Powder
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
STF082 VersaFine Onyx Black Ink
VM001 VersaMark Ink 

Plus 
3D Foam Square from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
Zip Dry Glue
Prisma Colored Pencils
Paper- Red Cardstock, Kraft Cardstock, Decorative Paper

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


Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Splendor of Autumn


Hi my friends!  Fall is my favorite time of year, the colors, the leaves, the cooler weather, I love it all!!  For today's card I used the Splatter Leaves set and the matching Fall Leaf DieSet from Rubbernecker Stamps, aren't these leaves gorgeous!  

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 a card I recently shared, using just the Fall Leaf Die Set without the stamp set, you can see the Blog post HERE.

These Rubbernecker Stamps products were used to make my card, you can click on the product to go to the Rubbernecker Stamps site.

                                  
                                                         

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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 and Whimsy Stamps.





Sunday, September 29, 2019

National Coffee Day with Stampendous


Hi my crafty friends, and happy National Coffee Day and I'm sharing 4 cards made with the same Pumpkin Latte Set to give you a few ideas on different wasy to us it!  To celebrate Stampendous is having a Blog Hop and they're giving away 6 Pumpkin Latte Sets!!!!
 All you have to do to have a chance to win is comment on my Blog along with the other Stampendous Design Team Members and the Stampendous Blog.  You must also have a U.S. mailing address.




Be sure to stop by the National Coffee Day Blog Hop page to see what other stamp companies are participating in the hop!


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


Why I Have Coffee!


Hi there and welcome to the first day of the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop that Rubbernecker Stamps is a "super sponsor" for!  This Hop starts today and will run for one week, closing on Saturday, October 5th at 11:59 pm pacific. Be sure to play along and you may be one of
the lucky prize winners!!

***Be sure to comment on my Blog and the other Rubbernecker Stamps Design Team Members Blogs for your chance to win a $10 or $25 Gift Certificate to Rubbernecker Stamps!! A winner will be picked Wednesday.
Jamie Martin (you're here)


My card uses the funny but true "Out of Jail" along with the Coffee Cup Die Cut and the little white leaf is from the Floral Frame Die Cut.  The coffee cup was layered onto Bo Bunny decorative paper.

And for all of you coffee lovers, I thought I would share a couple of other coffee cards I've already posted along with the links so you can see how they were made and what was used.

Click  HERE  to go to the Blog Post

Click HERE  

Click HERE

       

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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 and Whimsy Stamps.





Friday, September 27, 2019

Sloth Mug



Yay, it's Friday and this little sloth sure knows how to take it easy!  The Sloth Mug from Stampendous was colored with Prisma Colored Pencils on Mixed Media White Paper and was popped up on a strip of washi tape.

The holly was die-cut using the Stampendous Build a Wreath Die Set and the leaves were sponged with darker green inks.  Strips of red and white paper were added to go with the candy cane.


Have a creative day!

  



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



Thursday, September 19, 2019

Everything's Roses




Hi my crafty friends!  Rubbernecker Stamps has some new beautiful stencils that make for a quick, easy, dimensional card.


To make my card I ran the Bold Rose Stencil through my Crossover II Die Cutting Machine.  You'll need a rubber mat, that'll push them paper through the stencil to give it dimension.  If you don't have a rubber mat, this card can still be made without dimension.


While the stencil is still on the paper and the rubber mat, ink up your brushes with green ink and go over the leaves then ink up with orange and red inks to go over the roses.  This was then glued to a white card.
The sentiment, Good Friends, was stamped with black ink, embossed with clear embossing powder and die-cut with the Nested Banner Stitch.

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 and Whimsy Stamps.