Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Spring Card with Netra

Spring seems to be arriving sooner than we thought here in Georgia.
But I am excited for it. Its been rainy and cloudy, yet
sunny and blooming during the weeks. I made this 
simple and cute card using 
Prima's Lavender Collection.


I also did the inside as well. I will make a few more like this and 
give them as a gift.  Have a great day.
Thank you for visiting
Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Lolly and her Brolly


Hi it's Jennifer again I am back with a Sweet Little Card
using Stamping Bella Lolly has a Brolly. I have coloured her up
 in Copics.
Colours
Face - E0000, E000, E00, E01, E11, R20
Coat, Trims,Boots - RV000, RV04, RV04, RV06
Umbrella, Boots, Flower - V000, V01, V12, V15
Pot - E08, E09, E33
Leaves - YG23, YG17, YG61

Now by accident I discovered another way to use this
leaving the top connected and still did a shaker card with the 
sequins underneath. It looks so effective. I also scattered a few sequins
 around the top of the card. I layered a LF Small Stitched Rectangle 

I hope you enjoyed this Card and have a Great Crafting Week
Look forward to you visiting me here next week.

Monday, February 26, 2018

"OWL" always love you card and a Tag

'Owl' always love you

Products Used
Sugar Hollow Paper Collection HCDP1-262
Flowering Dogwood HCD1 - 7129
Sugar Hollow Hangout HCD1 -784
Botanic Orchid Wishes HCPC -3744
Markers: Copic,
Glue: Beacon 3-in-1
Ink: Tim Holtz
Tools: Misti
Other: cardstock, beads puffy stickers,foam pop ups,

Instructions: Using a cardstock card base cut your background paper panel to fit. Cut a 2nd image section as we will be using foam to pop it up and add depth and dimension. Cut the sentiment from the paper collection and mat it to pop up also. Add foam pop ups and add the bead trim around the circle image. Now we will die cut foamiran to start the flower and leaf accents. 
When all the pieces are cut lightly heat them .... shrink a bit, shape and glue together. Add to the card. Add the few additional sticker accents and the front is done.  Now for the inside I chose a great print image from the 6x6 options and cut it to fit the inside of my card. I used the Botanic Orchid Wishes verse for inside. I stamped it and then copic coloured it. The print image had a cage in the upper right side so I die cut a white one for more depth and texture using the Sugar Hollow Hangout. Ink the edges and glue to the inside. I mixed some products together but they look great together.


 

 


 












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I did this project for another post but was using The Rubber Buggy tutti 213 dies so thought I'd add it in here as an extra to give you an idea about using the amazing nested stitched tags of many sizes . 
Die cut many tags in different colours for layers. Stamp the background. Using digi printed stamps from Vectoria Designs and matted them to pop.
I added some circle chipboards plain and then played with some buttons and thread for cute fun accents. Tie off the tags with mix of thin ribbons and they are done.

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy products
Glue: Beacon 3-in-1
Ink: Tim Holtz
Other: cardstock, ribbons, thread, buttons stamp


Each one is just laid out a bit different using all the same elements and basic design.




This is the close up of the tags.

Be sure to stop by often when I get to share even more projects using products from The Rubber Buggy STORE.....see you soon.




Sunday, February 25, 2018

Ragged Romeo


Hi it's Jennifer here and today I have a layered card. Yes not a Sequin
in sight. I have coloured up this really Beautiful Stamp
I have layered Blue and Brown Bazzill on a white card base. I have
then created a frame using Lawn Fawn Small Stitched Rectangles and 
Lawn Fawn Fancy Scalloped Rectangles. I have used a double layer off 
3D Tape and layered it on a white rectangle base and then Embossed
vellum and taped it to it then placed the frame on it.

I have fussy cut the Image and double layered the 3D tape under the Image.
This Image could be used for a Birthday, Engagment etc. 
Hope you enjoy this Sweet Card.

Happy Crafting

Jennifer
Saturday, February 24, 2018

Springtime Bunnies

Before I begin with my card, make sure to check out all of the new arrivals at The Rubber Buggy!  New paper crafting supplies are coming in almost everyday and will sell fast!!!!

When I think of springtime, I think of baby bunnies and gorgeous pastel colors of the flowers such as the dogwood flowers around our house and fields.  Welcome, and I am excited to share a fun card made with Heartfelt Creations Flowering Dogwood collection and Wild Rose Studio Spring Bunny stamp.  Card measures 6 1/2" square.  
The Wild Rose Studio Spring Bunny was stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on the Heartfelt Creations Flowering Dogwood paper and glued again on another Heartfelt Creations Flowering Dogwood paper.  The bunnies were  colored with PanPastels and a little bit of Copic Markers. 

These dogwood flowers were made from the foamiran foam and colored with PanPastels before shaping each flower.   I used a hot glue gun to add the stamen and adhere the flower to the card.  I added the NUVO Glitter Pen to the cut out butterfly found in the Lemon Craft Violet Silence Vintage paper. 


NUVO Glitter Gloss Pens

So I hope I have inspired you to make a card with the adorable Wild Rose Studio Spring Bunny stamp along with the gorgeous Heartfelt Creations Flowering Dogwood paper, dies and stamp sets.  You can purchase these dies and supplies from The Rubber Buggy on-line store.
Enjoy and Happy Crafting!

Nancy Hill
The Rubber Buggy Design Team
Thursday, February 22, 2018

Simple Thank You Cards

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with a sweet something especially for you.  Please visit the store for all the fun products I've used today.  Thank you cards are always a must have for anyone so why not create some to have on hand so they are available when you need them. 



I've used the Poppystamps Craft Stamps - Hope and Thanks for both cards.


Using the Mini Misti by My Sweet Petunia, I was able to line up my stamps exactly where I wanted them using different colors of ink.  Once I was done, I realized I wanted more stamps and the Misti was perfect for lining them up too.  Then I used Spellbinders Circle and Scalloped Circle dies to die cut the panel.


My next card is quite simple, using left over scraps from Prima Rose Quartz paper pad.  Simply inking the edges of the panels brings this plain card to life.  Another sentiment from Poppystamps Craft Stamps - Hope and Thanks was stamped in the corner using Ranger Jet Black Ink.


So you've got two pretty cards that can be created quickly.

Thank you for visiting
Monday, February 19, 2018

Easter cards at The Rubber Buggy using Dies


Hi .. it's Bev here today at The Rubber Buggy. I am sharing some fun easy Easter Cards  It won't be long before Easter is here. Time just seems to fly when your having fun. The 2 cards are sharing some amazing dies that make crafting so easy and fun.

Supply List:
The Rubber Buggy Products
Markers: copics
Other: paper, card bases, ribbon, brads


This card I started by pulling some paper layers with a mix of great colours and prints. I then die cut in white cardstock to make the designs and sentiment pop.


I also used cardstock mats for colour, depth and dimension.  Using ribbon I wrapped it around the upper piece a few time and tied it off. I then tied a matching bow and glued it on top of the other wrapped piece. 


The close up gives you a great view of the details in this Easter Egg die.


More close ups for your viewing.

Not all cards have to be fussy and hard. The simple fun ones look amazing too.

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Here is a 2nd easy card... simple and fun to put together but so cute.


Close up of the die frame used.


Better view of the cute copic coloured image.

 


Thanks for stopping by. Be sure to visit the store for these and so many other fabulous products.


Saturday, February 17, 2018

Easter Egg-Shaped Boxes

Easter is not that far away and I have so many Easter Egg-Shaped boxes to make for each of my grand children.  I love making boxes and adding gorgeous patterned paper, embellishments and handmade flowers.  I add jewelry, chocolates and other gifts inside each box.  I couldn't find a tutorial on how to make an Easter Egg box so I made one for you and tried to simplify the steps plus add as many pictures for examples and help explain the written instructions.  
I have two Easter Egg boxes.  The top Easter Egg measures 7" high and the egg below measures 6" in height.  
Wild Rose Studio Easter Bunny and Heartfelt Creations Classic Rose flower handmade with foamiran

Supplies for Basic Egg Shaped Box:
Heavy white cardstock around 110 lbs weight cardstock for the box frame. Tape, Hot glue gun and glue, Egg Template shown on Instruction, egg shape die sets or trace another, egg box

Optional After Frame is Made for Decorating Egg Shaped Box:  
Ribbon

Step-By-Step Instructions on making a egg-shaped box with photos, click HERE.  

So I hope I have inspired you to make egg-shaped box with the adorable Wild Rose Studio Easter Bunny stamp along with the gorgeous Heartfelt Creations Flowering Dogwood paper, dies and stamp sets.  You can purchase these dies and supplies from The Rubber Buggy on-line store.
Enjoy and Happy Crafting!

Nancy Hill
The Rubber Buggy Design Team


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