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!!
I have a new card to share with you with and added technique.
I want to shoe you how I took a digital stamp and used multiple embossing powders to create a One of a Kind card.
I used the Digital Stamp from Jessica Weible Illustraions called HOT AIR BALLOON
What I did first was to print the image out multiple times and used an embossing pen to lay done the embossing ink and then embossed the Hot Air Balloon in the following colors. I am using all WOW EMBOSSING POWDERS from the line called Candy Counter Collection.
After I embossed all the colors, I carefully cut each one out and pieced the Hot Air Balloon back together.
Because I am lucky enough to work with Momenta on their D-Lite team, I had some paper and products that matched my balloon perfectly.
The papers I used are from this 5 x 7 Cardstock Pad and stickers from their Kaleidoscope line.
Isn’t this just a bright and cherry card?
Companies supplies used:
Jessica Weible Illustration
Wow Embossing Powders
Martha Stewart Punches
Cheery Lynn Designs
Me & My Big Ideas
Thanks for stopping by today…do you love all these bright colors or what??
It is that time again. What time? Time to get on over to Authentique Paper’s blog and check out or sketch challenges and join us.
Why? Because they are fabulous sketches and you have the chance to win a paper pack from Authentique Paper?
Do you need any other reasons? I thought not!
Here is the sketch I followed.
Here is what I came up with.
I had a blast with this sketch. What do you think of those ONSIES?
They are courtesy of Jessica Weible Illustrations.
They are a digital stamp called String of Onsies.
Digital stamps are so much fun to work with.
I thought the onsies looked adorable in different papers from Free Bird, Blush & Delight collection.
I hope you have time to head on over to Authentique Paper’s blog and see what the other, wonderfully talented, design team members have come up with.
Be sure and join us on this challenge, you can’t go wrong, the sketches are really awesome designs!
Have a great weekend and happy crafting!
I have a new card to share with you with and added surprise feature.
You will have to bear with ME in this video to find out what I mean.
UGH…IGNORE THAT SAVED SHOT!! Can I change that??? Anyone know???
Here are the still pictures of the card front.
I used the Digital Stamp called SIMPLE SNAIL
Shall we do a GIVEAWAY??
I have said before, I feel so blessed to work with products from some fabulous companies.
For each company that you leave comment for on their facebook pages, letting them know The Polka Cabana sent you…you will get a chance to win this cute little card.
Here are the companies:
Jessica Weible Illustrations
Canvas Corp Paper
Cheery Lynn Designs
I will pick a random winner next Monday and post the winners’ name.
For each comment you leave on their Facebook pages, leave me a comment, that is up to 4 chances per person for this card that is One of a Kind, especially since I only had 1 action wobble to play with!!
Hello all..I have a fun little card to share today.
This is using a digi stamp from Jessica Weible Illustrations called Strawberry Girl.
You can find the digital stamp here.
What I did to make this card unique is that I took the digital stamp of the strawberry on the girl’s shirt and used it as a template to make the strawberry out of polymer clay.
After the strawberry was done cooking, I adhered a bail to the back of it and turned it into a necklace. I poked a hole in the card front and had the strawberry line up on the shirt where the stamp is.
What little girl wouldn’t be excited about a card like this?
If you have not been over to Jessica Weible’s site and had a look at all her fun digital images, you are really missing out!
I hope you have enjoyed this card, it was a lot of fun to make!
I am off to create more things! Hope you have a great day and a wonderful week!
It is a rainy day AGAIN and I ham creating with some cute things today!
Today I am going to show you a card I have made for JW Illustrations.
JW stands for Jessica Weible, just so you know!
Most of you know I have a thing for ladybugs, so I am using the LADY LOVE BUG digital stamp.
Here is what I came up with.
How do you like the paper combination? It is a new collection from Authentique Paper called MIRACLE COLLECTION – GIRL.
As already mentioned the adorable bug is by JW Illustrations. I love digital stamps because there is so much you can do with them.
I love being able to manipulate, and do what ever I can figure out how to do with, digital stamps.
As for the products I have used today here is a little list:
Stamp – Lady Love Bug – JW Illustrations
Paper – Authentique Papers – Miracle- Girl
Letter Stickers – Authentique Paper – Miracle Collection
Rhinestuds – Rhinstone Hues – Etsy
Pennant Die – Cheery Lynn Designs
Twine – The Twinery
Candi – Sweet Stamps.com
What do you think? Do you use Digital Stamps? If so, what is your favorite thing to do with them? I’d love to know!
Ok…I am done for today! I might make another something for tomorrow…you never know!
Have a great day!