Monday, October 24, 2016

Family using Blue Fern Studio by Bev Code

Hi.. it's Bev here today. Welcome to my post for The Rubber Buggy. It is a page for my son when his wife's family got together. Each visit between US family and Canadian family is precious. For this page I used Blue Fern Studios Attic Charm Collection.

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products
Paper: Blue Fern Studio Attic Charm - Haberdashery
Flowers: Blue Fern Studios Tranquil Blooms
Ink: Tim Holtz ranger
Markers: copics
Stencil: The Crafters Workspace TCW455s love post
Accents: Lace, beads, Little Yellow Bicycle Burlap Alpha, Stickers

In the close ups you'll get a better view with some details.



In the above photos I fussy cut the florals from a 2nd sheet of paper and inked the edges.
They are then pop dotted onto the same spot on the background paper to give depth and dimension.


Next I added all the elements, accents and stenciled the hearts around the main photo and the word Love down the side of photo.

In this section you see the matted photo, the work love done with copic markers and below the photo is a border of lace and beads.

This section showcases the fabulous stickers that shine and the fabulous flower cluster.

This section shows the ink stenciled hearts, the family title and a section in the upper right corner.

Thanks for stopping by... see you again soon.

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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Male Birthday Pop Up Card

I am back every Saturday and excited to show you cards that I made this month with the Tattered Lace Essential Pop Up Card die set that was purchased from The Rubber Buggy on-line store.  If you ever made a pop us card without this die set, there is a lot of measuring and scoring which takes time before you begin decorating the inside.  Well, Tattered Lace Design did all of this work for you and leaves you the fun of decorating it.  
 Last week, I showed you a birthday card for a female made with this wonderful Tattered Lace Pop Up die set.  I mentioned this last week but for those first time seeing a pop up card, I recommend viewing  instructions from  Lolli Lulu U-Tube video on how to make a pop up box card using the Tattered Lace Pop Up Box die set.  Additionally, she shows you how to use the square die with an X  in this set to make a gorgeous fan to add to the inside of the box in this card.

Tattered Lace Essential Pop Up Box die set

This is the front view of the card using the gorgeous Pion Design Mister Tom Treasure card stock.  The Rubber Buggy on-line store carries the full line of Pion Design Mister Tom Treasure card stock collection.  I cut this out using the squares from the tattered Lace Pop Up die set and distressed the edges with the Tim Holtz Distress Brush Corduroy Ink.  I cut out the gears using a Tim Holtz gear die and distressed it with a variety of Tim Holtz Distress ink and Prima Marketing-Art Alchemey-Metallique Steampunk Copper paint

I used the 1/4 " width Scor-Tape to tape all of the squares and embellishments inside the pop up box.  The Scor-Tape comes in different widths and it is worth having this top quality 
two-sided adhesive tape for many of my projects especially to tape a box, bows or flowers. The tape stays sticky when I remove the flowers and bow and rearrange these embellishments around the card or project. 

This is the top view of the card.  I used the antique license from the Pion Design Mister Tom Memory Notes.  I could image of using these antique licenses on this card stock for a variety of male cards. Isn't this paper just gorgeous!

The antique car die used on this card is from Tattered Lace and could be pre ordered through The Rubber Buggy on-line store. 

Now it is your turn to try these products out from The Rubber Buggy and see what you create!  Remember to visit The Rubber Buggy store to shop for those gorgeous dies, stamp supplies and other supplies for all of your projects, scrap booking and card making.  

You will be excited to hop on over to  The Rubber Buggy Blog and The Rubber Buggy Facebook each day to see what the talented and creative designers have made with products from The Rubber Buggy store.  

Thank you again for visiting me today.  I will be sharing with you next Saturday another exciting project or card made using the wonderful Rubber Buggy supplies.  

Nancy Hill
Designer for The Rubber Buggy

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Friday, October 21, 2016

Warm Whises

Hi everyone!!

It´s Noe here to share a new and easy Christmas Card! 

I made my background with Distress Inks Pad applied with my Blending tool, then, I sprinkled white embossing powders and have applied heat in the bottom of my cardstock.
Look at this banner!! I really love it!! It dies contour and interior so it is great to combine differents paterns!

Ops, I almost forgot ... at the top of my card, I applied double-sided tape, and then squeezed cotton for fixed it and therefore mimic the texture of the snow!

Products used:

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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Winter cards with Riddersholm Design

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today working with an assortment of products from the store.  Have you explored the store lately to see all the new products available? 

The card was cut from Bazzill cardstock and scored using the Scor-Pal.  This gorgeous paper is from Riddersholm Design.  This is a wonderful collection called Christmas Cozy and I've used both sides of the Night paper.  The 2 children on a sled were die cut and I fussy cut around the boot.  The panel was lightly inked and placed atop a larger die cut circle.

I attached the sentiment to the card with foam adhesives for dimension.

I used the same Night paper for my next card, matting each layer with Bazzill cardstock.  The sentiment is from Lawn Fawn's Winter in the Park stamp set.

This is an amazing collection.  Be sure you check it out!

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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Decorated Meal Plnning Pages with Netra

Happy hump day !!! I hope this week has been wonderful for you all. So, far.
I have to say that I am enjoying keeping track of what I eat and how much exercises I get.
Here are a few pictures of my week so far
 I used the Simple Stories Alpha Stickers for the B L and D's. 

....don't worry next week I have some cards coming.
It just takes me ages to make cards LOL 
In the mean here is a smoothie that was on my plan to make and enjoy and I did. 

2 Frozen Banana's 
2 cups Frozen or fresh Preaches
2 cups cold water 
hand full of Ice. 

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Cheery Christmas Gift Cards

Hi it's Jennifer here with Tuesday's Post.
This week I am back to Christmas so I have created these really
The Backgrounds have been created using  Lawn Fawn Stitched Tree Borders
and Lawn Fawn Stitched Mountain Border. The papers used are
these really beautiful Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid Winter.

I just love this little guy and love the way you can thread the
lights through his antlers.

This Little Cutie will be popping up a lot I am sure.

How adorable is this squirel on the shaker card.
I used  Sequins to fill the shaker.
They were all coloured  up with Copics.

All these products and more are avaliable at the
The Rubber Buggy Shop and don't forget to visit us on Facebook  look for the Videos
down the side too, Instragram and the Rubber Buggy Design Team Blog
 where there's a post nearly everyday from one of the team.

Enjoy your Crafting Week Everyone!

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Monday, October 17, 2016

Love using Blue Fern Studio Serendipity with Bev Code

This super page is my eldest Grand Daughter and her cat "Miles". The 2 of them are like Mutt and Jeff? LOL I used Blue Fern Studios Serendipity Collection for the base of this layout from The Rubber Buggy DT.

Supply List:
Paper: Blue Fern Studios Serendipity
Markers: copics
Other: Black pen, modeling paste, lace

In the close ups you can view some of the details and also some background work.
In the photo above I took the full dark sheet and added the ripped corner pieces with inked edges. 
I also inked the circles using TCW stencil and a dabber finger. 
Also on the side you can view the chipboards that I copic coloured.

I pulled some Blue Fern Studio Flowers that complimented the colouring.

Before gluing down I lay out some of the accents and photos for best placement.

This showcases the small cluster of chipboard and flowers.

In this section I clustered some flowers, the chipboard and added some elegant lace.

The title is stenciled on paper using a black pen and then mounted on piece of cork.

Here is the main central section with the photos up front and centre.. it's purrrfect.
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