Hey there Sister Friends!! What's new? SO glad you could join the Stampin' Sisterhood for our Springtime HOP!! As always, we are SO excited to share with you! Rubbernecker Stamps has a wide variety of stamps for your Spring and Easter projects!
The Stampin’ Sisterhood has put together some AWESOME creations to share some of these images with you! I have a HOP ROUTE for you to follow and you can find it at EACH stop along the way, so you will not get lost! The ROUTE is below, along with MY creations! OK, in true HOP fashion, you will want to leave a little LOVE everywhere you visit! We want you to have a chance to win a PRIZE!
You could WIN
an AWESOME stamp set
of your CHOICE!
The winner will be announced,
on the Stampin' Sisterhood Blog,
So you all have time to HOP!!
AWESOME, right? Well then, off you go, there is LOTS to see!! Hope you will join us in MARCH, for our NEXT HOP!! We cannot wait to do some MORE sharing and prize giving!! Until then, be sure to check out the daily posts on the STAMPIN’ SISTERHOOD blog!! There is LOTS of inspiration to be found! Thanks again for joining us today and ENJOY!!
Kecia Waters (you are here)
Rubbernecker Stamps~Stampin' Sisterhood
I had so much fun with the Rubbernecker image of "Bunny" (SKU:565-03) that I ended up with two cards to share with you. Seems appropriate since this is a HOP! I'm thinking they could work as Easter cards or Spring cards since I didn't include a sentiment.
On this first card, I stamped the bunny using Marvy black dye ink onto X-Press It cardstock. I colored the image with Copic markers and cut around the image. I place the bunny on the circle I cut with a Nestabilities die. The circle was sponged with the following die inks: SeaShells SeaShell Pink, Whispers Tender Pink and Distress Ink Spun Sugar. I also paper pierced around the circle. The layout for the card include squares of patterned paper from Bo Bunny and frames with white cardstock and patterned paper from Cloud 9 Design. I paper pierced around the outer Cloud 9 Design paper. Sheer white ribbon and Blossom Light Pink Baker's Twine are the finishing details of the card.
On my second card, I stamped the bunny using Marvy black dye ink onto kraft. I colored the bunny with colored pencils. I then placed the bunny onto an oval shape that was cut from an oval Nestabilities die. I sponged the clouds and the ground with the following dye inks: SeaShells Cloudy Blue, Adirondack Sailboat Blue, and Whispers Green Leaf. I paper pierced around the image as well. For the panel of the card, I used patterned paper from S.E.I. and paper pierced around this panel. I also paper pleated a strip of patterned paper from Cloud 9 Design, as well as framed the card with this paper. A pink button with Lilac Baker's Twine completes the card.