Friday, January 29, 2016

Mousse Valentine´s Card

 Hi everyone!!

Noe here as every Friday... Have you seen all the news releases from the store ?? !! Oh heavens!! I love all of them!!

After Christmas, it´s time for Valentine Cards, yeah!!

Products used:

Hope you like this card! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs xxx

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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Birthday Love from Me to You

Hi  everyone, Steph Ackerman here on this very cold and snowy Thursday.  We had 25"of snow this past weekend!!!

We all need birthday card, so why not create a few so you never run out.

I've used a wonderful Prima stamp - Natalie, coloring her with Copic Markers before fussy cutting.

I created a legal sized card from Bazzill cardstock, then cut assorted Graphic 45 papers.

The birthday sentiment is from Kaisercraft - Hip Hip stamp set.  I cut into a pennant shape and added it under the image.

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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Bloom Girl Card with Netra

Hey everyone ! 
I wanted to share a Bloom Girl  card I made. I am so impressed by the 
Distress Ink's when water coloring.  I really liked how the image came out 
and I just used flowers to adorn the side. So easy. Just water coloring and flowers. 
What a perfect combination, right ? 
I hope you like this card and are inspired to keep it simple on some cards. 
Pick up your fave Bloom Girl image have fun coloring her up and just add some flowers. 
You'll love it ! 

Here is another. 

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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Mixing G45 always works

Hi everyone!

Pi here and I just wanted to show you how simple it it to match different collections from Graphic 45.

There are lots of different collections in the store, as Kellie has been carring the brand for quite some time now :)

But you don't necessary need to choose your favorite COLLECTION, but rather the color palette you favor. Do you prefer the light or the dark?

Can you guess how many collections there is in my card?

Five! Can you believe it?
Place in time, baby 2 bride deluxe, little darlings, once upon a time and le romantique.

A great thing with Graphic 45 papers are that even though one side has the most gorgeous scene and you hate to cut it apart, the B-side usually is a really versitile pattern that can be used for a number of occations. You might not see it right away. I had to pick all my collections apart and arrange them by color rather then by theme and behold - a whole new world of G45 opened up!

So, I dare you...
What can you put together - LOL!

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Monday, January 25, 2016

Fabulous Day using Wild Rose Studio

HI..... Bev here today.  I am using products from my DT at The Rubber Buggy. I am excited to share with you this fabulous page created using Wild Rose Studio Butterfly Glade Paper Pack and also Blue Fern Studio Fantasy Butterfly chipboard. I also am using The Scrap Room sketch Challenge.

Supply List: 
The Rubby Buggy Products
Marker: copic
Other: paint, brads, stickers, signo white gel pen, black pen
Sketch: The Scrap Room sketch

In the close ups we get a better view of all the details. Look at the amazing colours in the prints from this collection. It is done using 6x6" paper pad. The Blue Fern Studio chipboard is copic coloured.

This section shows the stickers and rubons I added to the page along with some paint splattered background.

More fun stickers to cluster and do the title.

This view is an up close of the main centre section of my page... what fun colouring, shapes and texture.


Today I also have an extra page I created using the Scrap our Stash Challenge and sketch (below- using Arrow Butterfly Chipboard sketch ) . I used my products from The Rubber Buggy - 7 Dots Studio -illumination Collection and some Blue Fern Studios Flutter page Dangles chipboard.

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products:
Paper:7 Dots Studio -illumination Collection
Chipboard:Blue Fern Studios Flutter page Dangles
Markers: copics
Ink: Tim Holtz ranger
Other: twine

In the close ups I'll share some details of my page. Special attention to the lower right corner with the paper strip with some cute stickers... and doodled signo white gel stitch line.

Here we see many layers of paper, a doodled upper corner, an arrow sticker and a ring circle cut using Kreaxions circle cutter from Just Imagine Crafts.

The Blue Fern Studio chippie is coloured with copic marker and tied off with Bella Creations Timeless twine.

Here is the central details photo that shows all elements welding together to create a great page.
Thanks for stopping by.. hope to see you again soon.

Thanks for visiting today... I had great pleasure sharing with you ....see you again soon.

Friday, January 22, 2016

2 Different Cards

Hi everyone!!

Now here to show you my weekly project ... Today I want to show how with the same materials you can create two different cards. Look:

Products used:
Have a great day!!

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Thursday, January 21, 2016

Time to Celebrate

Hi  everyone, Steph Ackerman here on this very cold Thursday. 

I've used  a Magnolia stamp  and colored her with Copic Markers before fussy cutting her.

The card base is Bazzill cardstock and a layer of Graphic45 from a Time to Celebrate was cut to fit.

The tag was embossed and lightly inked with Ranger Distress Ink - Brushed Corduroy.

3D foam adhesives adhered the tag to the card.

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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Leafy layout

Hi everyone!

Pi here with a layout of a card that I took last fall, when the leaves were changing colors.

I had forgotten how much fun I used to have with Bo Bunny. It's been all brights and pastels lately, I sort of had forgotten my love for Bo Bunny's soft and muted color scheme.
I used a die from my stash and made a tab from G45 French country 6x6 pattern & solids. This paper pad is no longer availabel in the store, but as I've pointed out before - with G45, you just need to know what color group your're looking for. I'm sure that Good ol' sport or Home sweet home or maybe even a Christmas paper pad will work fine if you are looking for a similar color scheme. I also added a tag from Prima Seashore collection. Even the brads are from the seashore collection, who would have thought they'd go so well for a fall theme.

From my stash, I added a couple of metal details, such as a couple of corners and a key. There are a  selection in the store, such as staples from G45 or Tim Holtz. But you could also add the same look with embossing powder.

Products used from the store:
Bo bunny paper 12x12 Trail mix, Medow
Bo bunny paper 12x12 Trail mix, Cabin fever
Grossgrain ribbon
5,5inch doily
Prima brads seashore collection
Prima tags seashore collection (not available anymore)
Prima keynotes paperclips seashore collection (not available anymore)

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Monday, January 18, 2016

What a Wonderful Day using Blue Fern Studio Timeless Collection

HI.. Bev here today at The Rubber Buggy.  I am excited to share with you this fabulous page created using Blue Fern Studios Timeless Collection with added glitter. lace and flowers.

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products:
Paper: Blue Fern Studios Timeless Collection
Other: stencil, modeling paste, stickles, glossy accents, Lace, Punch, Petaloo Textured Elements

In the close ups I detail the flowers with stickles to make them glitter and shine. I also added ink to the outer edges of fussy cut flowers to make them pop and have more depth on the page. I also added stenciling using modeling paste for some texturing.

This view showcases the fun border from the cut away piece off the bottom of  a page, the great title and pen fussy cut from the accent sheet page and the addition of some lace and flowers. The butterfly was fussy cut, pop dotted and covered with glossy accents.

Supplies used:



Today I am also sharing a page done to multi task some January challenges. Thought I'd share it with you also. If you'd like the details please follow this link to view them. I used 7 Dots Studio Illuminations Collection and Blue Fern Studio Chipboard.

I enjoyed sharing today. Thanks for visiting... hope to see you again soon.

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Party Presents With Bella

Happy Saturday Everyone!!!  Hope you all had a great week.  Today I am going to show you a card using "Party Presents" from the Bella's Birthday Collection from Wild Rose Studios.  Hope you all like it!!!!!

Products used:
Bazill cardstock

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. 

Friday, January 15, 2016

Hello You!

Hi everyone!!

Noe here as every Friday with another card... a card out of my comfort zone because, surely, you have noticed that I love working with vibrant colors! So I couldn´t avoid including a little color Lawn Fawn stamps ;)

To make the base of my card I've done a bit of "Patchwork" with remaining paper strips from "Vintage Autumn" Maja Designs collection ... I glued them on a piece of masking tape and then I cut them with a Wplus9 die in my Big Shot.

Products used:
 I hope you like this card!! Have a great week end!!

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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Sprinkle Love

Hi  everyone, Steph Ackerman here on this very cold Thursday.  It may be cold, but I'm thinking ice cream and   Lacie with Ice Cream is such a cute stamp to work with.

I've used Bazzill cardstock to create the card.  Lacie was colored with Copic Markers before being fussy cut and adhered to the Spellbinders die cuts with 3D foam adhesives.


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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Precios Little Things Card with Netra

Happy Wednesday everyone ! 
The days this week have been getting away from me. 
I need a couple extra hours. For what ? 
Well to watercolor another Gorjuss Girl stamp of course !! LOL 
I just love these stamps. For this quick card share for you today, 

I used
 Distress ink 
WOC Flower 

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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Memory Box card

Hi everyone!

Pi here with a beautiful card, that actually came together faster then it looks.

I have to admit, I got this wonderful die a while ago. But I just kept fiddling with it. It cuts like butter and you're left with this wonderful, but oh so delicate and intricate piece. I just could not for the life of my attatch it properly and it went a bit skew on me. Which for a perfectionist (read: control freak) like me simply wouldn't do. But then I saw how you could use your dies as stamps and behold!!!

Mind you, from the beginning I thought this would a card with hours of work put in to it. First dryembossing and then heat embossing plus the actual assembling. However, I was so wrong.

For the curved edge, I used the stitched hillside borders and I cut the glitter paper at the same time so I would have the perfect matching curve of glitter paper (from my stash by AC). I then backed it with some paper from Graphic 45. All of the edges, even on the cardstock is distressed with Vintage photo.

To be honest, if we're talking about money, this is great value for your bucks.
The embossing powder is so inexpensive and my jar seems to last me forever :)
I'm only leaving at the most 1,5 inch on the side. That gives me 4 cards from a 6x6 paper. Think of how many cards you could get out of an entire paper pad.
You could also use embossing powder on the edge, not using glitter paper like I did.

More over to the variation I have on the cards. I thought the gold would really make a nice effect on a piece of scrap paper I hade from when I was testing out to make my own bokeh paper. And boy was I right - isn't it just lovely?

I quickly decided to make more and very fast on watercolor paper just dropped a little ink and made sure the entire paper was covered before I let it dry over night. The next day however, I forgot to add the bokeh circles in white pigment ink... Oh, well. It's done and it will just have to do. I hope you like them anyway.

Products from The Rubber Buggy store:
Memory box die hanging ornaments (no longer availiable, but there is a similar here)
Ranger embossing powder Tinsel gold 
Lawn Fawn Stitched hillside borders die 
Graphic 45 6x6 paper pad Twelve days of Christmas 
Tim Holtz distress ink Vintage photo
Stamping supplies (Neenah cardstock, doublesided tape, paper trimmer, ink blending tool)

Bokeh background:
Watercolor cardstock
Distress reinker peeled paint
Distress ink antique linen
Distress paint Tarnished brass
Lawn Fawn ink Yeti

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