Thursday, October 31, 2013

Thanksgiving table treats tags

Good day crafty friends it's Kelly here with a Thursday project that is geared towards Thanksgiving table treats & tags.  It's a tradition every year we spend Thanksgiving holiday with my aunt and her entire family.  I am sometimes in charge of table treats and so this year I thought why not create a super cute treat bag tag that you could attach to the preformed bag and fill with goodies, candies or little trinkets to keep the little ones busy while the dinner is being prepared.

All you need is:
Bo Bunny The Avenues papers
flower embellishment

You can find these things at the Rubber Buggy website to make these cute rosette tags for the treat bags.

Thank you for visiting  ~Kelly
Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Treat bag

Good morning Steph here today with a fun little treat bag. Now that we are nearing Halloween, it's always fun to give a different treat bag to someone special.

Using Hazel from the Whimsy stamp collection, I colored her with Copic Markers then fussy cut her for the front of my treat bag.

The treat bag was folded using a 6" x 12" piece of cardstock and then scored with my Scor-Pal. I used Scor-Tape to hold the treat bag together, then covered it with some awesome Graphic 45 pattern paper from the Steampunk Spells collection. Thank you for visiting.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Old Magnolia Christmas

Hi everyone!

Pi here with my favorite Christmas stamp from Magnolia. If you've followed me through my time as a DT-member at The Rubber buggy, you've seen this stamp before.

I'm so glad Kellie chose Christmas Tilda with cat for me in my absolute first DT-package! You might also recognise the papers on the card as well as I had some left overs from last year. But it is just so beautiful paper who can throw it out?

The pine branches are from a Cheery Lynn die cut in paper from Graphic 45, solids and patterns 6x6. Also the small bells in the bow are from my stash. Otherwise, everything on this card can be found in the store if you would like to make you own. I cut of the yellow stems on the poinsettias and replaced them with flatbacks instead.

Products used from The Rubber Buggy:
Christmas Tilda with cat, Magnolia rubber stamp
Magnolia 12x12 paper, red noel from vintage Christmas
Magnolia 12x12 paper from 2012, not in stock at the moment
Spellbinders decorative labels one, the largest one
Lace with pearl center, white
Lace with satin center, white
Copic markers
Bakers twine, red
Magnolia vintage berries, white
WOC small poinsettias, white
Graphic 45 6x6 paper pad, solids and patterna, 12 days of Christmas

Thank you for visiting!!
Friday, October 25, 2013

Summer Flower Tilda

Happy Friday Everyone!!!  Hope you all had a great week.  Today I am going to show you a circle easel card.  I used "Summer Flower Tilda" from the Summer Memories Collection 2012.  I went out of my comfort zone on this one.  Hope you all like it!!!!!

A closer peek at the front of my easel card:

A closer peek at the inside of my card:

Products used:

Magnolia Have a Sunny Day stamp
Bazill cardstock
Beautiful Butterflies Paper pad by Marianne Designs
Spellbinders Classic Ovals
Spellbinders Classic Scalloped ovals
Spellbinders Grand Circles
Spellbinders Grand Decprative Circles One
Spellbinders Grand Calibur

Check out the products that I used in the Rubber Buggy Store. Hope this has inspired you to get out those stamps and create something.  Check out the Challenge Blog for an awesome challenge going on this month.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Popcorn Treat Bag

Happy Thursday friends!  It's Kelly here and I thought today I would share with you a little treat that I created for my little Halloween guests who might be arriving soon on my doorstep.  This is the "Stache it for later" Popcorn treat bag.  I found the adorable saying on pinterest, love that site, and then I created the template for the popcorn look-a-like container  you see here. 

Materials used:
Prima Hello pastel paper
Prima Hello pastel flowers

How to create this popcorn packet holder.
1.  Take 2 pieces of 6x6 paper, use ruler measure bottom at approx. 4 inches to fit popcorn packet.  Adhere bottom of each paper together to form a bottom. 
2.  Adhere ribbon to hold card together in middle then create bow.
3.  Oval punch for the center, flower adhered with glue.
4.  Draw popcorn pieces and adhere on the inside; one side only.  Color if necessary.
5.  Create saying on font - computer.  "Stache some popcorn for later"  I drew the mustache onto the cardstock.  Just practice it's not hard to draw.  Mat to black cardstock.  Use circle punch to clip the corners to make it look like it's a ticket from the ticket booth at the movie theater, and adhere together.
6.  Slip microwaveable popcorn packet down inside from the top, if the bottom is adhered together correctly it will hold it in as well as the ribbon on side. 
7.  Give as gift for trick or treaters!

Here is the finished product:

Thank you for visiting ~Kelly

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Happy Halloween

Hi everyone!

With Halloween coming up I thought it best to use my cut apart sheet from Graphic 45 place in time, October. But I also thought it would go well with a label from Steampunk spells too. This is very typical of Graphic 45, to coordinate across the collections.

It's just another of those ready to use post card backgrounds that I've used here as well. I also did another one from September - back to school.

Products used from The Store:
Place in time, 12x12 paper pad, Graphic 45
Steampunk spells, 8x8 paper pad
Vintage photo, distress ink
Flat backs
Stamping supplies

Thank you for visiting!
Friday, October 18, 2013

Beautiful Tilda

Hi Everyone!!!  Dawn here, from Dipndotscreations, 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.

I used "Beautiful Tilda" from the Butterfly Dreams Collection 2011 on my card today.  I stamped Tilda onto some cryogen CS and colored them in using copics.  I used a butterfly border die for the edging and another butterfly die.  I added some ribbon and a bow. 

See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  Check out the challenge blog for an awesome challenge, we'd love to see you participate.


Thursday, October 17, 2013

Steampunk Spells

Here is a project I started several weeks ago and just got around to finishing. I have used all Graphic 45 products with the exception of the pumpkins and feathers which I had in my stash of supplies from years gone by.

 I have used a 12 x 12 Matchbox with Steampunk Spells papers. I covered the box inside and out and then cutout the lady from a second sheet of paper and used pop dots to give her a lift. I have also used the keyholes, keys and a doorknob plate which I separated and used the large back plate on top and put the knob on the side as a pull to open the box.

Hope you enjoy and you can find these products in the store HERE

Kellie Hill

Vintage friends card

Hi everyone it's Kelly here with a project share for The Rubber Buggy.

I used the new Typology paper pad from Graphic 45 and made this friendship birthday card to give a friend of mine.

It was very simple to make and so I layered each piece on including the doily and the eiffel tower you see here.  I cut the background type paper from the paper pad and the ladies diecut you see along with the live, laugh, love diecut.  I then stickled up their hats for fun girly style.  I then added a lace ribbon and flower. 

Thank you for visiting  ~Kelly
Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Wild roses tags

Hi everyone!

Have you all seen the cute stamps from Wild roses studios that Kellie brought to The Rubber Buggy?
Über cute!!

Here I'm showing you an example of what to do with the circle greetings.

 Products from the store:
Circle greetings, wild roses studios clear stamps
Magnolia tag (similar)
Bakers twine
MFT die-namic let it snowflake
MFT small leafy flourish
Magnolia stamp, little summer birds
Magnolia stamp, Christmas Tilda with cat (partly)
Copic markers
Magnolia stamp, stone scene (partly)
Magnolia background stamp, love
Magnolia backgound, chicken wire
Washi tape peach with dots
Washi tape, green/red/yellow
Tissue tape, Tim Holtz
Stamping supplies

Thank you for visiting!

Monday, October 14, 2013

Get Well Soon With Nurse Tilda

Happy Monday everyone! Indah is back here again with a new card to show you all :) This time I made a gorgeous card to cheer up someone's day. This is a get well soon card and I purposely chose pastel pink and green color because it's soft, sweet and feminine.

I used Nurse Tilda from Magnolia which I colored using Copic markers. Then I added a few flowers and rhinestone swirls to finish off the card. Hope you like it!

Don't forget to check out the store for even more deliciousness!

Friday, October 11, 2013

Emily and Cat

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.

I used "Emily and Cat" from the Wild Rose Studio  Collection on my card today.  I stamped Emily and Cat onto some cryogen CS and colored them in using copics.  I added some flowers and a banner to finish off my card. 

See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  Check out the challenge blog for an awesome challenge, we'd love to see you participate.


Thursday, October 10, 2013

Time for Fall Softball

Hi everyone it's Kelly and I'm here to share with you another layout of my daughter at her softball.  The photo was from 2 yrs ago but I finally got around to scrapbooking it and I had a few great items from the Rubber Buggy to help me do that.

I used:
Saturated Canary Image pitcher girl but I stamped her on patterened paper from The Bo Bunny collection The Avenues
Also I used The clock paper from The Avenues to show Time

Those you can get at the Rubber Buggy  store

I did cover the name at the side but you can still see how fun it was to make this layout as I added brads and sequins to the center of the clocks as well to give it a finished look.

I hope you like it, I had a lot of fun creating it and check out The Rubber Buggy again for awesome products to share your favorite photos with.

Thank you for visiting, ~Kelly Walkelmol
Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Magnolia Christmas

Magnolia Christmas everyone!!

So with summer gone and the fall season just upon us -what would make more reason than to get started with those Christmas cards??

For me, I've been promising myself for years to get an earlier start. So here I am...

... with a different take, but don't you just love Magnolia.

I love colouring a bunch of stamps up and they are so fun to fussy cut and layering upon one another.
So what are you waiting for? Magnolia Christmas collection 2013? Well, if you're like me and don't have the patient - they have gorgeous previous collections and they all work together in the end.

If you're not a Magnolia fan, the store is packed with Christmas collections from Graphic 45, Bo bunny, Authentique, Wee stamps, Wild rose studios and much more too. So there is really no excuse to be late this year!

Products used from the store:
Magnolia stamp, Christmas Tilda with cat
Magnolia stamp, Tilda on the roof
Magnolia stamp, Pixie Tilda
Magnolia stamp, snowy roof
Magnolia background stamp, silent night
Magnolia stamp, text Merry Christmas
Copic markers
Vintage photo, distress ink
Tattered rose, distress ink
May arts ribbon, sheer box pleat, white
Bakers twine, red
I'm not sure if you can spot the stick pin amongst the ribbon and twine, but you can find your own HERE
Stamping supplies

Next time I will also try to throw some glitter and stickles on there:)
Thank you for visiting!

Monday, October 7, 2013

Hi There!

Hi everyone! Indah here with a new card to show you. I am currently in love with flower clustering :) So on this card I clustered an array of flowers.

I made the card using Sitting Tilda With Teddybear, then colored her in using Copic markers. I also used Stickles to glam up those flowers a bit.

Hope you like it! Thank you for visiting, and don't forget to visit the store for more cardmaking goodness :)
Friday, October 4, 2013

Bella and Friend

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.

 I used "Bella and Friend" from the Wild Rose Studio  Collection on my card today.  I stamped Bella and Friend onto some cryogen CS and colored them in using copics.  I added some lace and a couple of bows to finish off my card.

See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  Check out the challenge blog for an awesome challenge, we'd love to see you participate.


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