Rubbernecker Stamps – Thinking Of You

RN Blog Post Aug 15th


Hello crafty friends!

Today I am sharing one more version of a Scarlet Star stamp from Rubbernecker Stamps! I have completely fallen in love with this stamp and have now done 3 versions of it – Zig markers, watercolor stamping and now with alcohol markers.

For this card I have used new 4012 Bold Rose stencil also from Rubbernecker stamps (yep they carry stencils now and they’re really fantastic – you can take a peek at them HERE).

I started with coloring the flower with alcohol markers and cutting it out.

For the background I inked light yellow over the stencil then ran it through my Big Shot and embossed with it (it’s hard to see on the photo since it very light – the yellow background looks really good with that rich purple flower).

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I stamped the sentiment (from 3029 Best Wishes set) with purple ink then using the same ink color mixed with water, added some splatter on the background.

To assemble the card I have cut the light purple cardstock with largest Nested Deckle Rectangle Dies, then layered the stenciled panel which I cut with second largest Nested Rectangle Stitch Die.

I adhered the flower next, popping it up with foam tape.

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For the sentiment, I used Nested Square Stitch Die cut which I trimmed into a flag.

I embellished with some light yellow gems, to match the background and my card was finished πŸ™‚

I really hope you like this third version of Scarlet Star!

Thank you so much for stopping by today and until next time I wish you Happy Crafting!









3 thoughts on “Rubbernecker Stamps – Thinking Of You

  1. Pingback: Gorgeous Scarlet Star Flower - Rubbernecker Stamps Blog

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