Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Another Set of Cards Using Rubbernecker Stamps

I'm here to tell you that I enjoy me a good Rubbernecker stamp.  In this case I cracked open my Blue Flowers stamp and my Prima Oil Pastels again to make a slightly different take from the set of cards I made that I shared with you in this post.

However, the technique and assembly are the same:

I used the oil pastel to color the solid version of the stamp and a waterbrush to blot water and activate the color.  The outline was then stamped in black Archival Ink and embossed with clear embossing powder.

The hello sentiment was stamped in grey hybrid ink and the darling stamped on colored hybrid ink with clear embossing powder.   I fussy cut the darling sentiment from the vellum paper to create a bit of interest.

All panels were then mounted onto colored card bases.  I'm super happy with how these turned out and plan to give them away as gifts.  If you haven't tried the Rubbernecker watercolor set, I'd recommend giving them a try.  They make card making look easy!

I'm entering this in Simon Says Stamp's Monday Challenge Flora and Fauna.  Come join the fun.


  1. I just love them all; I have slight preference for the blue cards. But that's based opun the fact that blue is my favorite color:) Gorgeous Andy!

  2. Your cards are beautiful, Andie, and so elegantly designed. Love all the colors. Thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.

    Cathie ♥


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