Today I am the posting gal for RubberMoonArts.
I have made a couple of fun things for you to see.
Here is one of them…
But, there is a story behind this picture…if you would be my best friend and head on over to the RubberMoon Arts Blog..you can read about this picture!!
FYI, GLAMPERS…you will not be disappointed!!
This is going to be a quick recap using my FAVORITE little Mushroom Stamps. I have been sick, oh so sick, and need a couple more hours to finish up on my other Rubbermoon project.
But, I wanted to show you just how many things and how many different TYPES if things I have made with just a couple of the RUBBERMOON stamps.
This was last months project, the one I made with things I had inherited from my mom…
Using the same stamp plus some others, I was able to digitally create this shirt for a sweet friend.
Then using my same magic WOW, computer skills that I used on the above T-shirt, I was able to make this plaque. Do you want to know something pretty cool?
She loved all this so much, and my phrase, she’s actully having the phrase tattooed to her back. I tole her that is awesome, because then I can tell people, something I made up has been, “published.”
Then there was this book mark too!
So can you see how versatile stamps are. You do not need a million to create with, just a couple you really like and the sky is the limit!
I will be making another post soon, so come back then to see what I have created, sans mushrooms!!
I have taken some time off from blogging, BUT, guess what? I am BACK!!
Not only am I back, I have got some terrific news about a new team I have been chosen for..
Introducing…RubberMoon Arts!! The Creative team for RubberMoon Stamps!! HOORAY!!
To try out for this team, we were asked to make 3 never before seen projects.
I was limited in what RubberMoon stamps I had, so bear with the repetition in my projects..
All 3 of my projects were made for a wonderful, sweet coworker who happens to be a total book lover!!
So, the stamps I had were perfect. I took advantage of my digital abilities and created 1 total digital project, 1 digital hybrid project and 1 traditional stamped project.
Here they all are:
All Digital Project…
Digital Hybrid Project…
Traditional stamped project…
Those of you who have been with me, I hope you will join me as I embark on this new adventure. I am thrilled for this opportunity. Not only do I love the style of RubberMoon stamps, we also carry these in the store I work at, Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames. So this feels like a personal endeavor as well!
I hope you will enjoy the things I will be sharing in the upcoming months!!
Today over on the Clear Scraps Blog, I have a project up that I am sooo proud of. Here is a sneak peek of some of the supplies I started out with.
Are you curious to see what I made?? If so, head on over to our blog and see what I’ve done.
You can also like us on the Creating Made Easy Kit Club Facebook Page.
You can also see my other 2 projects I did this week by going here:
Here is a sneak peek from that post as well.
I sure so hope you head on over and visit Clear Scraps Kit Club Blog to see what I have been up to and also the great creations by the rest of our team.
That is it for me for the May Kit. I will be back again for June with Clear Scraps. Ta ta for now.
Hi everyone…I am here with a bit of a late post for Joy’s Life.com, thanks to lots of smoke in the air affecting my little one with asthma..not a fun past 48 hours, let me tell you!
This week over at Joy’s Life.com , we are all working on projects gearing up for BACK TO SCHOOL.
I have this adorable purse to show you. Have you seen these before????
Can you tell what it is made out of??
First of all let me point out I have made a sweet little tag from the LOTS OF PUN stamp set.
Here is a close up of the front, you can tell, but the sewing scene is all sewn into a pouch of vinyl.
Here is a side view and maybe now you can tell this is made from a simple inexpensive composition notebook.
Here is the inside.
More of the inside.
Here is a view of the back.
One last look at the front.
I didn’t have pattern for this, I just kind of made it up as I went along.
I just LOVE it! I thought it was perfect for the whole back to school theme.
Maybe a bit fancy for grade school, but maybe for the up and coming new designer, seamstress?
Who knows! It is just SEW DARN CUTE!!