Monday, September 25, 2017

"Happy Birthday" card with lots of dies



Hi Bev here today. I am sharing a super fun card using lots of tutti and memory box dies, along with Blue Fern Studios paper and great paper colours. Lots of layers, with depth and dimension. This one I am giving to my Grand Daughter who just turned 20. OMG where does the time go?

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products
Dies: tutti word set Happy228 - word set Birthday 229 - Daisy Panel 192- Musical Stave 339, Memory Box Distressed Baptisia Collage 30044
Other: cardstock, Twine


Wasn't sure where this was going when it started but started with with some fun die cut pieces to start some layers mixed in with paper layers.


I put the layers together and when the music notes was jumping off the card I mated it with darker shade of blue. Re cut the lighter shade of "Happy Birthday" in the darker shade also. Now it looked right. Added some tied twine and the flowers and my card was done.

 

 



 

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Heartfelt Creations Thank You shoe card


I just had a birthday party from wonderful friends and family who gave me beautiful flowers. I choose each of my friends favorite flowers and made flowers and a card to symbolize our friendship and thanks using the Heartfelt Creations collections starting with the Heartfelt Creations All Glammed Up shoe die and stamp set from The Rubber Buggy on-line store.

With this beautiful stamp set, I used the corner border stamp for the inside of the card and colored it with Copic markers.  I will write  my thank you note inside the card.  

 Heartfelt Creations Blushing Rose paper collection,  set, Heartfelt Creations All Classic Rose Stamp Set, Heartfelt Creations All Classic Rose Die SetVenise Lace
 Heartfelt Creations Petunia paperHeartfelt Creations Small Petunia Die setHeartfelt Creations Small Petunia Stamp SetGo Green PrillsVenice Lace
 Heartfelt Creations Peacock Paisley paper, Heartfelt Creations Delightful Daisy die setHeartfelt Creations Daisy Stamp SetHeart Gold PrillsPoppy Stamp Theo Butterfly die

The finished shoe card measures 4 1/2" x 5 1/5" .  Inside of card, fold paper in half and die cut with part of the heel of the shoe about 1/4" off the fold line.  See next photo for sample.


I cut the front with Heartfelt Creations Blushing Rose paper collection and cut off the heel and glued to the first page of the purple shoe.  Since the purple paper is light weight, I cut out another cream colored shoe to glue on the back of the card and cut part of the back of the shoe to match the fold line of the purple shoe so that the front of the card will fold easily.  See photo below

I can't wait to see the possibilities that you will create making a shoe card.  I really encourage you to purchase the entire coordinating Heartfelt Creations collections from 
The Rubber Buggy.


Enjoy and Happy Crafting!


Nancy Hill
The Rubber Buggy Design Team

Thursday, September 21, 2017

You're in my Thoughts

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today working with a bunch of products from the Rubber Buggy Store.  Have you checked out the store lately?  It has so many wonderful new products.

Today I'm using a variety of products from Prima Marketing, May Arts, and Wplus9.



I die cut an oval in the striped paper and stamped the phrase on the background.  Layers of pattern paper and cardstock was place don the panel and May Arts ribbon tied around the panel.



The backgrounds of both cards were created using the Prima Marketing Julie Nutting 6" x 6" Paper Pad.  Layers of pattern paper and cardstock were put together and placed on this card on an angle.  Before using Scrapbook Adhesives 3D foam squares to adhere the layers on the card, I wrapped one of the panels with twine.

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

DIY Water Color Cards with Netra

Hey everyone. Today I am sharing 
so process photos of a card that I water colored 
using the
I totally love these colors.
 
Enjoy the photos and be sure to take a stab at you own watercolor cards. 














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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Tilda with Ballet Shoes


Hi it's Jennifer here with my Tuesday post and also to remind you that 


 is live and the theme is a real easy one Flowers and
 the first one is still running so pop on over and take a 
look be Inspired Create and Enter and you will be in the
 running for  some crafty dollars. 

So this week I decided to use an older Magnolia Stamp
as I needed a dance card. There are some really Beautiful
older Magnolia  Stamps that just do not date so take a look.
The stamp I have used is Tilda with Ballet Shoes.
I have Stamped her using LF Jet Black Ink and coloured
 her up with Copics.
Face E0000, E000, E00, E01, E11, R20
Hair - E30, E31, E33
Outfit - V91, V93, V95

I have used a white Cardbase then layered with 2 Bazzil.
The colours I picked out of the flowers on the papers from 
Maja Vintage Romance. I have diecut the white layer using
I created by using the LF Fancy Scalloped Circle.
I have also used a mix of Sequins picking the ones that
 matched the papers. I have also Stamped the Sentiment from
a Stamping Bella Stamp Set and Die Cut it using 
I have finished it off using 3 matching flowers.


A Close up.


I hope you all have a lovely Crafty Week.

Jennifer

Monday, September 18, 2017

Fun cards using The Rubber Buggy Products and Feeling Sketchy Card sketches


I am multi tasking these cards using amazing Feeling Sketch card sketches and using The Rubber Buggy products. For these 2 cards I am using Blue Fern Studios Chesterville Collection. For this card I added 49 and Market flowers, Tim Holtz distressing ink, Beacon 3-in-1 Glue, bling flourish, cardstock, a Fred She Said Sentiment and some washi tape.



Up next is more Chesterville paper Collection,,,, but cut specific sections of the print papers to fit the squares and matted them to follow the sketch.  Extra used are lace, Tim Holtz distress ink, white signo gel pen for written words, Beacon 3-in-1 Glue and some cardstock.


 



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