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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Wacky Wednesday and Rubbernecker Sneak Peek!!



Good morning everyone!!! It's Wednesday and you know what that means...it's time for another Rubbernecker Wacky Wednesday. Today's hostess is Her Royal Badness, Miss Sherry, and her challenge to you and the Red Hot Mommas is to use ovals. You can use any size, scallops, for the sentiment, main image, background...any way your little heart desires!!!

This is a sneak peek for the new Rubbernecker Teatime #457 stamp set which well be released tomorrow. Be sure to go to the Rubbernecker Blog in the morning for the blog stroll...five lucky people will win one of the new stamps sets!!!

The teapot, tea cup, and tea bag are all seperate stamps that were masked, stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black, and colored with copics.



The tea bag was stamped twice, both were colored, one was cut out and popped up over the other one with a dimensional.

Recipe:
Stamps: Teatime # 457
Paper: Prism papers; Simply Smooth White, Spring Willow Dark, Black, Gypsy Market 's TAS and Saige dp by 7 Gypsies
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Copics, Oval Nestabilities, Punch, Pearls, Ribbon, Dimensionals


Rubbernecker will be releasing this wonderful Coffeetime #458 set tomorrow, too!! The images were paper pieced with SU dp. The coffee pot was layered 3 times for a lot of dimension. A Martha Stewart Scallop punch was used for the border and ribbon and Candy Dots finish it off. the sentiment says "Coffee speaks, I listen". I bet you know some die hard coffee drinkers who would love this set...I sure do!!!!!
Recipe:
Stamp: Coffeetime #458
Paper: White, Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry, SU dp
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Ribbon, MS Scallop Punch, Candy Dots, Oval Nestabilities, Dimensionals


Please be sure to link your WW16 creations back to the Rubbernecker Blog for your chance to win a great discount coupon on your Rubbernecker purchase.
Check out the other Red Hot Mommas blogs for some AWESOME inspiration!!
Candy Williams

Thanks for visiting today...hope to see ya tomorrow for the blog stroll with the Red Hot Mommas!!!

27 comments:

Savor the Journey said...

Oh good golly Ms. Molly! Look at all of your delightful samples!! You are truly a RED Hot Momma today! Woooohooooooooooooo!!! Love, love, lovin' your stuff!

Shelly said...

Oh Joan! I think the first card is my favorite of the 2, but they are both splendid. Awesome, awesome, awesome!!!!!!!!

Dawn Easton said...

Both cards are fantastic as always Joan! I LOVE your coloring on your first card...your shading is spot on!!
Have a FAB day girl!

Dawn (flowergal36) said...

OH my gosh I LOVE LOVE LOVE these sets. I think they are awesome. I really like the first one and your coloring is amazing. Really great job Joan. I am off to hop.. TFS

Gigi said...

I like all the cards you made, but the first one is a favorite. The scallops make a wonderful addition to it! Can't wait to blog hop and see all the new "stuff!"

Betty Wright aka gbedwright said...

Both are gorgeous, Joan!!! I love the rich warm look of the top one. Great patterns and coloring!!! I love the paper piecing of the second and the terrific bright colors you used. Fabulous cards!!!

Amy Sheffer said...

Ooooo! Coffee and tea - what a treat! Joan, these cards are gorgeous!

jdmommy said...

OOH, OOH, OOH! I love these themed cards!! How can you beat Rubbernecker stamps!! I love 'em!! The first card with the tea bag really takes my eye......I just love the out--of-the-box look! Awesome, GF!

Chriss Blagrave said...

Gorgeous cards Joan. Love both of them, the layouts, colours, patterns and textures!

Jackie said...

Awesome cards as always Joan..love the colors you used too! tfs!!!

Michelle (sf9erfan) said...

Hey Roomie! I LOVE love and double love that first card -so rich. BUT, I love that coffee set!! I don't own any Rubbernecker stamps, but have to tell you I am drawn to cute coffee stuff and THAT IS CUTE!! Gonna have to check the piggy bank tomorrow and see if I can swing buying it!! Hugs,

Barb said...

Oh my, Joan, being the coffee drinker that I am I just love these stamps! Your cards are fantastic! If I didn't have my cup 'o java right next to me right now, I'd be off to Starbucks!

Very fun!

Barb

Juliana said...

WOW!! WOW!!! WOW!!!!
The tea card is so dramatic!! With the warm gold and the fall colors! I love it!!

AND the coffee card is so bright (or shall I say caffeinated??)!!

Both cards are beautiful, Joan!! Down to every last detail!!

Gram E. Bear said...

Both of these cards are just fab. Can't wait for my nesties to arrive. Great layering. {{{hugs}}}

ChristineCreations said...

YUM! These are both awesome Joan, what cute little coffeepots! Love the warm neutrals on the first one, and the pop of fun color in the 2nd.

Bob said...

Joan, both your projects are adorable. It's showing Bob's email address but it is me, Kittie.

Candy said...

Wow Joan, both are FABULOUS, I have to say my fav is the first one...beautiful!!

Susan (rainy) said...

Both of your cards are wonderful, Joan. The coloring is so beautifully done on the first card. And I love the dimension on the coffee pot on the second.

Denise said...

Those are pretty, that's some nice images. Love the Tea ones.

Savor the Journey said...

*Bowing* to the stampin' genius from Temple!! Wowza!! Your 2-tone teapot is absolutely magazine-worthy, my friend! And look at you on stampin' overload with so many delightful cards this week! I'm strollin' with a diva for sho! I love your creations ... you surely know that! Gotta go look again!

~Bev

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

These are both wonderful cards.

JulieA said...

Gorgeous! Love those cards and I love how you used the new SU colors and DSP.

Susan said...

What beautiful cards. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.

Deedee584@aol.com said...

love your color combos!

KAY LONG said...

very very nice...just great ideas for the new sets...thanks for sharing.

maiahs_momma said...

Love your cards, gorgeous :)!

Hugs,
catherine
catlevy@eastlink.ca

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

These are so pretty! Love the layouts and your coloring.