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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Masculine challenge with Rubbernecker stamps

Hey everyone, it's time for another Challenge over on the Rubbernecker Blog.

This time, the challenge is Masculine.    I was so excited to use the New Tool set, and even better there are matching Dies.   Get the tool set here and the dies here.




I embossed the metal foil paper with an embossing folder, and used some screw tip brads I had in my stash.

I colored the images with my Spectrum Noir markers:  DR1, DR3, DR5, DR7, CR6, CG1, CG2, CG3
C1, C3, C5, TB2, TB4  and copics- E11, E15 and E18

Stop by the Rubbernecker Blog here to enter your creation.


See you soon

Watercolor Butterflies from Rubbernecker stamps


Hello Everyone!

I am back with another card from Rubbernecker stamps.   I am absolutely in love with the Butterfly stamps.  I used 3025 Butterflies 1 available here and the Best friends set 3032 for the sentiment available here.  Both are available in Clear Sets.




I stamped the butterflies with Black Stazon Ink, and watercolored them with Zig Clean Color Brush markers.    

I used the following colors:
033 Persian Green, 081 Light Violet, 202 Peach Pink
025 Pink, 200 Soft Almond Pink, 010 Black, 302 Haze Blue

Head on over to Rubbernecker stamps for these awesome stamps and so much more.  

Monday, March 20, 2017

Tea Time

I am back to share a cute little tea pot and cup from SBS.  This is part of the Alpha Betty's and  I just love it.




I colored the image with my ProMarkers and Copics

ProMarkers: Baby Pink, Antique Pink, Pastel Green, Ice Grey 1 and Blender
Copics: G00, G02, V91, V95

Grab your  Tea Time from the Alpha Betty's here


See you soon!


Egg Shaped Card from Cutting Cafe

Be sure to visit the Cutting Cafe Blog on the 7th and the 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 week’s inspiration!

This week we could choose anything Easter from the Cutting Cafe Shop.   

I chose the Egg Shaped Card set available here,  and also used the butterflies from the Everday Shapes Window Card tops available here.  I loved this set because it is so versatile.

Here is my card.   I inked the edges with Memento brown ink and added some flowers, a few decorative buttons and flat back pearls to the butterflies. 


And a slightly closer look at the butterflies.  



 Hope you enjoy!







Monday, March 6, 2017

Mason Jar Card from the Cutting Cafe

I am so excited to announce that I am now a member of the Cutting Cafe Design Team!!


Be sure to visit the Cutting Cafe Blog on the 7th and the 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 Mason Jar Shaped Card or we could have used the Jar shaped cards set found here.




I added a sheet of transparency, to turn into a shaker card and used the hearts from the set, to add in with the sequins and mini prills.  

I love how this turned out, a little vintage, a little shabby chic!



Thank you for stopping by!

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Benny Bee from SBS

Happy Sunday,

Today I share with you Benny Bee from Simply Betty Stamps.  

He is from the Alpha Betty's collection over at www.simplybstamps.net and I just think he is the cutest,



I colored this adorable image with Spectrum Noir markers.

CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4, GB3, GB4, GB5, GB6, CR4, BP5, DG3, True Black, IG1, IG2. IG5, IG7


I could not resist adding the pattern paper and card stock from Club Scrap, Amazing Trim (sequin trim) from FSJ, available through my wonderful consultant Keri Parish : https://shop.funstampersjourney.com/MemberToolsDotNet/ShoppingCartv3/ProductDetail.aspx?ProductID=20797&CatalogueID=222&PartyID=0&PartyGuestID=0&InternalUse=1&ProductGroupString=70.80&ReferringDealerID=814757



He and the other Alpha Betty's can be found here; http://simplybstamps.net/category_534/February-2017.htm


Have a great day!