Arrrr ye mateys, it’s Treasure Hunt Tuesday at Rubbernecker. Hop on over to the Rubbernecker Stamps Blog so you don’t miss those Design Team Members who are offering up Rubbernecker Bucks today. WHOOHOO!! …..I’M ONE OF THEM!! So leave me a comment telling me all about your favorite stamping technique and I’ll choose the winner of a $10.00 Rubbernecker coupon on Wednesday morning using a random drawing. Remember, you can win free stamps, too, so head over to the Rubbernecker blog for all the deets!! Our Design Team, as always, will delight you with their creations. Be sure to visit their blogs:
I used the faux embossing technique on my card today. You can see the tutorial for this technique on the Rubbernecker Blog. Fired Brick Ranger Distress Ink was sponged on the white cardstock and then it was stamped using the How Do I Love Thee stamp misted with water and dried with the heat tool. Since the Distress inks are water based, stamping with water will lift the color and leave a white impression when dry. The Poinsettia was stamped three times with the Fried Brick, once on the background and twice on a piece of white cardstock and embossed with clear ep. The poinsettias on the white cs were colored with Fried Brick using the ink pad and an aqua pen, both poinsettias and the background were misted with Perfect Pearls mixed with water. When dry, the poinsettias were then cut out and layered on top of the one stamped on the background, attached with dimensionals, and pearls were added to the centers. The sentiment was stamped with Black Soot and the ribbon and pearls finish it off.
Recipe: Stamps: Rubbernecker
Paper: Handsom Hunter, Whisper White, Black, The Paper Studio dp
Ink: Ranger Distress Inks Fried Brick and Black Soot
Accessories: Pearls, Ribbon, Dimensionals, Clear ep, Perfect Pearls
Thanks for visiting today and have fun on the Treasure Hunt!!!