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Thursday, April 18, 2019

The Sky's The Limit- Rubbernecker Stamps

This card was so much fun to make with the new Rubbernecker stamps.  They have a great new Watercolor Background Set that I used to make the clouds and am so happy how it turned out!  The images popped up on the sky are from the Lift Off set and are colored with Prisma colored pencils.  I used the Boarders #2 Set to cut the bottom of the "sky" paper and the gray, then popped them up on a white top folding card.  The houses and trees from the same set are stamped on the white card and colored with pencils.  The Banner and seperate sentiment were stamped on yellow paper and popped up.  The products used from Rubbernecker Stamps are shown below, click on them to be taken to the Rubbernecker Stamps site.

Have a creative day!

I just have to share the best-kept secret when it comes to die cutting machines, it's the Crossover II Fabric and Paper Cutting System.  I recently heard about it and was told I should get one because it's amazing, well I was skeptical because after all I already had three different ones but being the crazy crafter that I am, I thought why not.  Well oh my gosh I LOVE it!!
Here's why
1.  On the top of the Crossover is a wheel that adjusts the tension and how firm the pressure is on the die.
 2.  You can run embossing folders through it.
3.   You can even run your thick dies through it.
4.  The plates are thicker so the top plastic plate doesn't warp like the others.
Mine has only gotten a very slight bend but I just turn it over no problem.
5.  It comes with a metal cutting plate so you aren't cutting into a plastic plate.
6.  You can cut many different materials, click HERE to see a video of what all it cuts.

Click on product to go to the Rubbernecker Stamps site.


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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.

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