Saturday, December 29, 2012

Swine Flue

Unfortunately, it's "sick" season, so you can never have too many 'get well cards' on hand. This little guy from Mo Manning would cheer someone up. I think he's adorable. I colored him up with Copics. The chandelier garland can be found here.

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Friday, December 28, 2012

Pretty in Pink

Hi Everyone.  I am here on this fabulous Friday with my post for The Rubber Buggy, to show you some more inspiration using some wonderful stamps and products from the Store. Today I used a stamp called Saturated Canary NEVAEH.   Check out the new line of Saturated Canary Stamps.  You will be sure to want one......
My card measures 7" square.  I stamped my Nevaeh onto some white CS and colored her in using copics.  I used one of my dies to cut her out and for the mat behind her.  I made a frame using one of my punches. I added some webbed ribbon and a bow with a pearl brad in the center. Hope this has given you some inspiration to get out those stamps and create an awesome card or project,


 See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  The challenge blog is up and running, so checkout the awesome challenge we have in store for you all.....

Happy Stamping!!!!!

Thursday, December 27, 2012

A Happy New Year!

Hey Everyone,
     It's been a very busy week for all of us now Christmas is over, it's time to get ready for the NEW YEAR! I made a very simple card today and just do a CAS look with just one ink to use which I did in this card. I cut the Magnolia papers with my decorative scissor and stamped a background stamp image. Then I stamped Cool Edwin onto the kraft cardstock as well witht the same color and then distressed all the edges with my ink. added twine and that's about it. I hope you like this simple card for the New Year!

By the way may we all have a healthy New Year!

 
Products I used for this card you can find it here @ The Rubber Buggy

Magnolia Rubber Stamp:
Magnolia paper:
Thanks for stopping by
Hugs Jas

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Angel wishes

Good morning, Steph here with Little Tilda from the Little Christmas Collection.  While this little gal is perfect for Christmas cards, she could be used for so many different types of cards.

I stamped the image and colored her with Tim Holtz Distress Markers in Antique Linen and Picket Fence.  A little Spica pen was added around the wings to give her a little shine.


The background was created by inking a stamp lightly with both gold and blue ink.  The colors mix together and create a very unique background.  I tore around the edges of this paper to fit my card, then used a Spellbinders die to create the mat upon which the image would sit.



Thank you for visiting.

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Merry Christmas!!!

Pi here on Christmas eve with another Christmas card, this may not be the most decorated but it has a different feature I wanted to give a try.

It's called a never ending folding card and if you search on youtube there are plenty of tutorials out there.You can keep on opening this card forever:)


It's so clever you only use 2 sheets of 6x6 design paper and since you'll be able to see both sides it's perfect for those double sided design papers. I made it harder for myself then it need to be, I tried to make it possible to fold the other way as well without looking backwards, I managed in some places. But next time I'll just give it a rest:)

First fold
Folded backwards

Another fold
Here's the back of the card, I've stamped the snowflakes so you
also can fold it the opposite way and still don't look backwards
I was challenged to decorate it since you can't embellish it to much for it to stay able to fold properly. So like I said, I'll give this a go again:)

Thanks for visiting!!!
Have a holly-jolly Christmas!!


Monday, December 24, 2012

Dreaming of A White Christmas

Hi everyone! Indah here! I can't believe it's almost Christmas!! One more day to go!! So here is a Christmas card that I made that represents what I wanted... A white Christmas (since we don't have snow here, hehe).

The card is made using Tilda In The Mountains and I colored her using Copic markers. I also lined the frame with tinsel trim and put a snow on the shaker frame using white glitter. So fun!

Happy Holidays everyone! And don't forget to treat yourself some lovely things from The Rubber Buggy this Christmas. you won't regret it ;)

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Tea Time

Would it totally shock you if I didn't post a Christmas card this close to the holiday? ;) I like to sell some of my cards and it's past time selling Christmas, so I made a general themed one. Thought it'd be sweet for a birthday or thinking of you.
I chose Joyful Tilda and colored her up with Copics. The big white rose can be found here. I added some cheesecloth and other embellishments I had on hand. Then I glittered the flowers with Stickles.
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Copic List:
Skin-E31, 11, 00, 000, RV11, 00, 000
Hair-E47, 71, 33
Grays-C7, 00, C-3
Dress-RV95, 42, 000
Apron-BV02, 00, 0000, 04

Thank you for visiting,
Jenn

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Merry Christmas!

Hey Everyone,
            I have another Christmas card to share and I almost forgot that I have to post today so many things to do now Christmas is just a few days away. I made this card using kraft cardstock and Magnolia patterned paper. I used the image Cocco with present and colored the image with copics. Also, I added twines, die cut and other stamps to finish this card. I hope you like this card that I made.



Products I used for this card you can find it here @ The Rubber Buggy

Magnolia Rubber Stamp:
Magnolia Patterned Paper:
Happy Holidays!
Hugs Jas

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Wishing you......

Good morning, Steph here.

It's almost New Year's.  Can you believe that 2012 is about to end?  Where has the time gone!  I have a quick and easy card today to help celebrate the New Year.

I used Happy New Year Tilda, coloring her with Copic Markers and adding some Spica pen to her glass of bubbly to make it shine, just like her necklace.



Here's hoping this card brings you cheer and beautiful wishes for the New Year.

Cheers and better things to come in 2013.

Thank you for visiting

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Hi!

The weeks really fly by, I'm here again with another Christmas card.
I combined Christmas Tilda with cat and pixie Tilda this time. As usual I coloured them with my copics:)


The tree branch is Tim Holtz holy branch mixed with McGills punch holy leaves.
As Christmas ornaments I glued some flat backs in bright colours and of course - a Christmas stocking:) This is a charm from Kellie - there are some awesome charms in the store.

Thank you for visiting!
Hugs Pi

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Brother and Sister

Hello all,

The clock is ticking...Christmas is a-comin'! :)

I made a small card that would be perfect for attaching to a gift. The image is Sister & Brother from Magnolia. I used my Cuttlebug to cut out the circular shapes. The bling is from BasicGrey and the twine is from My Mind's Eye. The paper is from my scraps, so I'm not sure where to direct you on that.

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The following is a list of the Copics I used to color the image:

Hair: E57, 33, 31
Skin: E11, 00, 000, 02
Red: R37, 39
Yellow: Y28, 26, 04
Turquois: BG75, 49, 15, 10
Shirt: W3, 00

Thank you for visiting, 
Jenn

Friday, December 14, 2012

Dancing with Stars Tilda

Hi Everyone.  I am here on this fabulous Friday with my post for The Rubber Buggy, to show you some more inspiration using some wonderful stamps and products from the Store. Today I used a stamp called Dancing With Stars Tilda.


My card measures 5" square.  I stamped my Tilda onto some white CS and colored her in using copics.  I used one of my dies to cut her out and for the mat behind her.  I added a punched strip to the side with some ribbon and I added some pearls to the corners and a bow. Hope this has given you some inspiration to get out those stamps and create an awesome card or project,


 See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  The challenge blog is up and running, so checkout the awesome challenge we have in store for you all.....

Happy Stamping!!!!!

Thursday, December 13, 2012

HB2U!

Hey Everyone,
               Happy Thursday! I'm back with another card for The Rubber Buggy. I used Cool Edwin by Magnolia stamps. I colored him with copics and fussy cut the image. I tried to make this card cool for Edwin since that his stamp name, lol! I enjoyed coloring this image as always and love how my card turned out. I used some paper designs and die cut to bring this card with a cool look. Of course gotta used some distress inks for all the edges of my papers. I stamped HB2U for a cool sentiment. I hope you like this card that I made.
 
 
 
Products I used for this card you can find it here @ The Rubber Buggy
Magnolia Rubber Stamp:

Thanks for stopping by
Hugs Jas
 
 

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

We are Moving

Good morning, Steph here with today's post.  I have always loved this  Farewell Tilda stamp from the Bon Voyage collection and wanted to color her softly for today's card.


She looks so sweet, but so sad saying good-bye to family and friends.

I used Copic Cardtock and stamped the image with Memento Black Ink.   I chose soft colors of Copic Markers from this set, this set, and this set.


Thank you for visiting

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Hi!

With Lucia just around the corner my card is inspired by the white and the light. I don't own any Lucia stamps at all - can you believe it? You can find some adorable Magnolia stamps at the store though:)


I used my Christmas Tilda with cat again, just to show you how versatile this stamp is when you can put your own sentiment. So here she is holding a sign "silent night, holy night..." I'm sure if you're  good at drawing or sketch, you'd be able to make her look like she would be singing to... I'm rubbish at drawing - which is why I stamp:) Serious though, if you know how to make here a singing mouth please let my know! The background paper is also from Magnolia.

Thank you for visiting!
Hugs Pi

Monday, December 10, 2012

Cookies For Santa

Hello everyone!

Indah here, and I can't believe it's 2 more weeks to go to Christmas! I am so excited! The whole house would smell wonderful from all the Christmas baking we usually do here. That is also where I got the inspiration for my card today.


I used the beautiful Joyful Tilda that I colored using variety of alcohol markers (Copic and Finecolour markers), and also added the tinsel trim to make it more Christmasy. Hope you all like it :) Don't forget to check out The Rubber Buggy for more amazing cardmaking and scrapbooking supplies :)

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Cocco Tag

Wow, can you even believe how fast Christmas is approaching? Yikes!!! I have everything done except stocking stuffers.

Made a quick tag using Cocco with Present.  I just placed the tag over another piece of paper and thus created this look. I love how it turned out. Used Copics to color.

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Thank you for visiting,
Jenn

Friday, December 7, 2012

Merry Christmas Tilda

Hi Everyone.  I am here on this fabulous Friday with my post for The Rubber Buggy, to show you some more inspiration using some wonderful stamps and products from the Store. Today I used a stamp called Christmas Tilda with Cat.



 My card measures 6" square.  I stamped my ChristmasTilda onto some white CS and colored her in using copics.  I used one of my dies to cut her out and for the mat behind her.  I added some pearls to the corners and a bow. Hope this has given you some inspiration to get out those stamps and create an awesome card or project,


 See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  The challenge blog is up and running, so checkout the awesome challenge we have in store for you all.....

Happy Stamping!!!!!


Thursday, December 6, 2012

Happy B-day!

Hey Everyone,
           It's Thursday once again and I made another card using Cool Edwin. I love this image it can go for any occasions. I colored the image with copic markers. For the background I dry embossed and then distressed all the edges with distress inks. Then applied perfect medium ink with clear embossing powder then heat set it. I like doing this a lot if I want to create my own background.
I hope you like this simple card for today.

           Don't forget we have a challenge going on at The Rubber Buggy challenge blog. Play along with us the challenge is Color Inspiration for more details Click here. The challenge will end on December 11th midnight.
Products I used for this card you can find it here @ The Rubber Buggy
Magnolia Rubber Stamp:
Thanks for stopping by
Hugs Jas
 

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Party Gal


Good morning, Steph here and it's time for a party with Happy New Year Tilda.  This gal is just so adorable with her pearls and bubbly. 


I stamped her on Copic Cardstock, using Memento Black Ink. Then I chose an orange background to complement the colors of her dress.  I used copic markers from this set, this set, and this set.

Thank you for visiting

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Christmas Tilda

Hi everyone!

So we're into December - oh what fun!!
Here in Gothenburg that means the entire city is covered in Christmas light - I love this time of year. We just got our first snow!!
Lets see for how long this time:)


I tried to work with a lot of layers this week, but looking at it now I feel I need another one - why is it that you always see this when everything is glued? I wish I had some brown cardstock between the red designer paper and the bottom brown with stripes. There are so many designer paper mixed in this one. Magnolia vintage Christmas, MME lost & found Christmas, Maja Design Vintage Christmas and Maja Design It's Christmas. They are all distressed with Tim Holtz vintage photo.

I die cut a MFT doily to make my image pop and behind it I wanted it to look like branches and mistletoe. To be creative and use dies already in my possession I used memory box fern leaf and poppy leaf die... But I couldn't resist when I found these pine branches by Cherry lynn so I added some. I'm not sure it worked, but I had so much fun.


Of course I had to add some Magnolia garlands in white and red, as well as some home made stick pins. We also got some cute charms in our DT packages from the rubber buggy, so I let a Christmas tree hang loose and dangle to give the card some movement.


I coloured my Tilda with copic markers and raised her on foam dots, I also coloured another one similar, but different and just cut the top half. I'm pleased with the result of her peeking out in the corner. With Tim Holtz chit chat stickers I added "a very" since Tilda is holding the sign "merry Christmas"


I had a blast with this card, but hey it's Magnolia and Christmas - how can it not be fun, right!

The rubber buggy's challenge is still running, please enter HERE!!!


Thank you for visiting!!!
Hugs Pi

Monday, December 3, 2012

Happy Holiday!

Hi everyone! I can't believe it's December already! I have been rushing to get as many Christmas card done as possible. And today I will show you a card I made with the adorable Tilda With a Small Gift. I colored her using my Copic markers. This card is perfect for mass producing because it doesn't have a lot of layers but really does pack a punch :)


Thanks for visiting


Saturday, December 1, 2012

Cocco with Present

Busy, busy, busy!!! That's what it is around here...I'm sure you are, too. Thanks for taking the time to check us out.

I chose to use a simple layout with not very many embellishments. Used the spotted coloring technique with my Copics.  The cute bear image comes from Magnolia and is called Cocco with Present.

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Thank you for visiting,
Jenn

Friday, November 30, 2012

Skating Tilda

Hi Everyone.  I am here on this fabulous Friday with my post for The Rubber Buggy, to show you some more inspiration using some wonderful stamps and products from the Store. Today I used a stamp called Winter Skating Tilda.

My card measures 6" square.  I stamped my Skating Tilda onto some white CS and colored her in using copics.  I used one of my dies to cut her out and for the mat behind her.  I added some pearls to the corners and a bow with some flowers. Hope this has given you some inspiration to get out those stamps and create an awesome card or project,


 See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  The challenge blog is up and running, so checkout the awesome challenge we have in store for you all.....

Happy Stamping!!!!!



Thursday, November 29, 2012

Merry Christmas!

Hey Everyone,
                It's Thursday once again, since Christmas is almost near I have another Christmas card to share with you today. I really like this Tilda with Rudolf so adorable, I colored her with copics. The background paper that I used was from Magnolia Red Ornaments from vintage christmas. I added ribbon from my stash and also a sentiment. I hope you like this card that I made.
                   Don't forget we have a challenge going on at The Rubber Buggy challenge blog. Play along with us the challenge is Color Inspiration for more details Click here. The challenge will end on December 11th midnight.
 

Products I used for this card you can find it here @ The Rubber Buggy
Magnolia Rubber Stamp:
Magnolia Paper:
Thanks for stopping by
Hugs Jas
 

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Love Birds

Good morning, Steph here.

I fell in love with this stamp by Mo Manning the moment I saw it.  Usually we see so many "young" people in poses such as this, but not the "older" folks.  So here's to those "older" folks who are still in love after so many years together -  Young Love by Mo Manning

 


I stamped the image with Tuxedo Black, my ink of choice when using Copic Markers, then I colored the image with assorted colors of Copic Markers from this set and this set and this set.  Then I used  Walnut Ink  around the edges of the cardstock before assembling my card.

Thank you for visiting.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Hanging Pixie Tilda


Hi all!

Pi back again with, probably, my last card with fall colours. In a few days it'll be December and will be all about Christmas:)

Pixie Tilda is really from the Christmas collection, but she is just to adorable not to play with. i copiced her in fall colours and voila!


This card was so much fun and really easy to put together.

The background is simple, regular white cardstock which I distressed with Time Holtz distress inks in mustard seed, dried marigold and spiced marmalade, I tore post-its to mask the edge. Then I masked a new edge, leaving a sliver of white in between and used crushed olive and peeled paint.

I also masked areas to create "layers" of grass. I used Vilda stamps in Archival olive green.


In the end I also tried out another of Tim Holtz famous techniques with the distress inks, I used a small acrylic brush which I dipped in tap water and just splattered across the background a la Polluck:) It was plenty fun and I love the effect it had in the card as well.


The branch is from Tim Holtz sizzix alteration holly branch. I glued Tilda hanging from the branch and popped them both on foam dots. The sentiment is MFT decorative doily, the smallest one, layered with a Sizzix framelites circle. The circle is distressed with both crushed olive and peeled paint. I stamped the sentiment with archival ink in olive green.

You can find the products in the store:
Smooth paper for copic colouring
(you can also use Tim Holtz distress markers)
If you'd like to embellish it more you'll find beautiful flowers and charms HERE in the store as well
Magnolia has a adorable mini doily if your looking for one... 
Or if you're looking for a regular sized doily...


Thank you for visiting!!
Warm hugs!!

P.S Don't forget our challenge

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Joyful Tilda

I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! Anyone venture out for Black Friday?

Now that Christmas will be quickly approaching, it's time to kick it in gear and get those cards made. This one took on a vintage flair (I seem to be doing that a lot lately). The paper comes from Magnolia as does Joyful Tilda. The flowers and twine came from my stash. Copic markers were used in the coloring.



Thank you for visiting,
Jenn

Friday, November 23, 2012

Mo Manning Anna and Her Timeout Chair

Hi Everyone.  Dawn here on this fabulous Friday with my post for The Rubber Buggy, to show you some more inspiration using some wonderful stamps and products from the Store. Today I used a stamp called Mo Manning ANNA AND HER TIMEOUT CHAIR Rubber Stamp.


 
My card is 6" square.  I stamped my image using Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto some Cryogen CS.  I then colored my image in using copics.  I added some ribbon and bow.  I also added some flat backed pearls to the corners.



Copic markers used:
Skin- E11, E00, E000, R20
Hair - E27, E25, E23, E21
Overalls  - B97, B95, B93, B91
shirt - Y15, Y13, Y11



See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  The challenge blog is up and running, so checkout the awesome challenge we have in store for you all.....

Happy Stamping!!!!!

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Thank you - Cocco with present by Magnolia stamps

Hello Everyone,
                 Have a wonderful Thanksgiving to you all! I made a tag using my TH Sizzix die and I recycled my biscuit box and then covered it with glitter cardstock. On top of it I added doily and then designer paper by Magnolia Christmas story. I love this Cocco with present by Magnolia stamps so versatile, you can use this image in any occasions pretty much. I love coloring this adorable bear that you can find at The Rubber Buggy store. I colored the image with distress inks and by using pen nibs.  I added different kinds of embellishments and die cuts in this tag. I had fun creating this tag and I hope you like it.
 
                 Don't forget we have a challenge going on at The Rubber Buggy challenge blog. Play along with us the challenge is Color Inspiration for more details Click here. The challenge will end on December 11th midnight.

 

Products I used for this card you can find it here @ The Rubber Buggy

Magnolia Rubber Stamp:

Magnolia Patterned paper:
Christmas story-Coming soon
 
Embellishments:
 
Thanks for stopping by
Hugs Jas
 
 

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