Posts Tagged ‘rubber stamps’
January 28th, 2010 | No Comments
I just love this sweet & adorable Valentine’s card. The stamped image was colored with Copic markers. I got a set for Christmas and have been practicing with them. They are gorgeous markers and are so fun to color with. I also really love The Greeting farm stamps. They are so adorable and such wonderful quality stamps.
This adorable card was made using the following products:
Anya stamped image – The Greeting Farm, Signature. Stamped with memento ink in tuxedo black, Colored with Copic markers. Hearts – Plantin Schoolbook cartridge, cut at 3 1/4″, 3 1/2″ & 4″. Light and dark red paper are from Recollections, Heart patterned paper is from K & Company, Lovely collection. 3 1/4″ heart was stamped with Swirls stamp from Autumn Leaves and embossed with clear embossing powder.
January 9th, 2010 | No Comments
I’m a little bit late in posting about this haul. But here are some things I got December 29, 2009. I went to Michaels and got some clearance and sale items. Plus I used my 50% off coupon on the Sassafras Vintage Yummy collection!!
I got a wood grain background stamp (on sale for 40% off), A Visit From Santa stamp (on clearance for $3.29), K & Company Life’s Journey paper stack (on sale for $5.99), Sassafras Vintage Yummy collection (got this for $9.99 with 50% off coupon), Notepad (on clearance .40 cents), Inkadinkado Halloween stamp set (on clearance for $3.99), Tiny glass marbles and bead accents (regular price of $1.99), 25 Prima flowers (on clearance for $1.99), Small zebra stamp (on clearance .40 cents), Square acrylic block (Regular price $1.00), T-square (Regular price $2.79, Four Studio g stamp sets (Regular price $1.00 each), and a Rectangle acrylic block (Regular price $1.00).
So that’s my after Christmas haul! I’m really looking forward to using the Life’s Journey paper. It’s so beautiful! Thanks for stopping by and if you have any of these items, let me know how much you love them. Have a great day!
January 1st, 2010 | No Comments
Hi, today I would like to share my handmade gift tags and a Reindeer treat bag topper. I also posted a video below the pictures.
I cut the Christmas gift tags using my Cricut and the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge. The Reindeer treat bag topper was an idea that I saw online by multiple people. I cut the top note shape on my Circut using Accent Essentials. The eyes and nose were punched using my Creative Memories circle punches. I free handed the antlers and ears. I used UTEE on the red nose and embossed the antlers with the D’vine Swirls cuttlebug folder. I inked inside the ears with pink pigment ink, then around the antlers and top note with brown pigment ink and tea dye distress ink. Lastly I added faux stitching around the top note.
I used my topper’s to top treat bags filled with doggy treats for the pets of my family and friends. I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas!!
December 1st, 2009 | No Comments
Hi, today I have a tutorial for you. I read about this technique on the Splitcoaststampers forum. In the video below I will show you how to use Aleene’s Tack-It Over & Over glue on your rubber stamps, so you can mount them on acrylic blocks. All you need is Aleene’s Tack-It Over & Over glue, a sponge brush and unmounted rubber stamps. This was my first time trying this technique and it was very easy. If you would like to learn how to do this, please watch my video below.