Saturday, July 22, 2017

FSJ Create-A-Palette

Hi and welcome to my latest card.  

I created this card using the FSJ Create-A-Palette.  It was so much fun to use!

You can check the video out here



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Thursday, July 20, 2017

FSJ Cards!

I wanted to share my latest two cards and a layout all made from Fun Stampers Journey supplies.
I love the wayt that these came out.

The first one uses Journey Paste and I added Oatmeal Cookie re-inker to color the paste to resemble sand and then added Journey glaze to the turtle's shell.



Second up I used our acrylic paint and the new Jelly Plate.  If you havent played with the Jelly Plate you are missing out!  

I put the colors on the plate and brayered them out, I then stamped the stamp on the plate, to remove that pattern, for the background and then stamped the paint off on the white cardstock and made it the focal image.


I just loved how this turned out!

Lastly I created a layout.  It has been a while since I did any scrapbooking, but I love this new FSJ paper and it screamed BEACH to me!



I used our color burst pencils to create a watercolor look on the fish.

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Make it Old Challenge

Hi, welcome to another Rubbernecker Stamps blog Challenge post!  Please drop in and see the rest of the teams projects here on the blog. 


Make sure you check out the NEW Challenge and please play along with us. 

 

For this months Challenge it is all about Make it Old!


For this Challenge I used:



I colored Ethel with my copics and added a little pliers charm and some nail heads.

Solid cardstock and silk are from FSJ.

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Sunday, July 16, 2017

COOL SILHOUETTES!

Be sure to visit the Cutting Cafe Blog on the 7th and 21st of every month for our design teams inspirational post in which by leaving a comment you will be entered into a drawing to win 3 FREE sets of your choice from the online store. Now on to this weeks inspiration!   

This week we used FUN WITH SILHOUETTES




I used the Ice Cream Cone and cut it in black (thinking silhouette) and then cut the top in white glitter to make it look like a sparkeling treat!

I used FSJ cardstock and ribbon in Limeade Splash and Black Licorice cardstock as well.  I added some sparkle dots and a cherry with Journey Glaze.

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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Life is too Short...

Hi, welcome to another Rubbernecker Stamps  Team 2 post!   Please drop in and see the rest of the teams projects here on the blog. 

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I used one of the NEW Clear Stamp sets!


Splater Stains 3006
Cheap Coffee 628-08




I used the new SU coffee paper and die cut the little cofee cups.  The Hazelnut Blend cardstock, ink and corrugate paper is from FSJ.  I used Zing embossing powder to emboss the cofee stains and give it that wet look.  

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Saturday, July 8, 2017

Miss Arkansas

Welcome to a refresh from Simply B Stamps.   These are from the 50 State Girls Collection. 


I used Miss Arkansas





I love all of the 50 state girls.  The are so versitile and Fun!

I colored her with my Copics:
Skin: E04, E11, E21, E00 and E000 with R20
Hair: E18, E15, YR23 and Y11
Blue: B06, B04 and B01
Gems: BG01, BG000 and BG0000

I added FSJ sparkle silk to the paper , the gems, the dress and the die cut.  I used FSJ cardstock and ribbon in Beach Ball and Pool Play.

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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

New FSJ Catalog

Come check out the New FSJ Catalog!





Please let me know if you have any quesitons!  Thanks for stopping by,

Vintage Fun!

Hi, welcome to another Rubbernecker Stamps blog Challenge post!  Please drop in and see the rest of the teams projects here on the blog. 



Make sure you check out the NEW Challenge and please play along with us. 

 

For this months Challenge it is all about Vintage!


I used:




I used ColorBok Vintage paper and added a Tim Holtz button and gears.  I used FSJ Silk in Dark Roast and Clear.

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Saturday, July 1, 2017

Blooming Flowers

Be sure to visit the Cutting Cafe Blog on the 7th and 21st of every month for our design teams inspirational post in which by leaving a comment you will be entered into a drawing to win 3 FREE sets of your choice from the online store. Now on to this weeks inspiration!   

This week we used the Flowers Pop Up set.



I used pattern paper for the flowers and the inside pages.  I added some rinestones to the insdide of the flowers to give it some bling.

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