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Butterfly Art Journal Page for Rubber Dance

Hi everyone,
today I’ve got an art journal tutorial to share with you over on the Rubber Dance blog.
It is finger painting fun with lots of stamping with rubber stamps and Art Deco paint.

Rubber Dance have a new face book page called
Rubber Dance Stamping Lounge

where you will find an enthusiastic group of crafters
sharing the love of Rubber Dance stamps.

Our challenges are now going through the facebook group
with fantastic prizes at the end of each month.
All you need to do is join the page, create something with Rubber Dance stamps
(following each month’s theme)
and pop them into the monthly album.
Easy peasy!!!

Happy Stamping
Dot x

FSC – Resist

Hi everyone and welcome to a new challenge
at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.

This month we ask you to join us with a challenge using the
RESIST technique.
There are many different types of resist that you might enjoy playing with,
including embossing powders, crayons, paint, gesso, gel mediums and more.

My card uses white embossing powder.


I’ve used the Blossom Scroll stamp from Stampendous for my background.
This stamp is 6″ x 6″ and is perfect for an embossed background.


Different shades of blue distress inks
were blended over the top of the white embossing powder.
Any ink left on the EP was wiped off with a slightly damp cloth.


The butterflies are a Rubber Dance stamp called “Butterfly Trio”.
They were simply stamped onto some scrap card
that had been coloured with a contrasting distress ink
and then cut out.

The girls at FSC have come up with some inspiring and very different takes on this theme. Please pop on over and check out their awesome creativity, be inspired and maybe join in the fun.

Ink Art Designs is our sponsor this month (that’s my Etsy shop) and has a gorgeous stamp to give away to one lucky winner chosen by random org.

We also have a top 3 chosen by the design team and Saturday Spotlights where we showcase inspirational makes. And the icing on the cake is that each month we will be having a guest designer chosen from the entries.

Thank you for looking,
Happy Stamping!

 

Simplicity Sunday at Rubber Dance

It is Simplicity Sunday over on the Rubber Dance blog.
Today it’s my turn for a little inspiration.


The circle part has been done with a gelli plate, with a little paint stamping.
I shouted myself some DecoArt paints recently and couldn’t wait to play with them.
My favourite Butterfly Girl from Rubber Dance is the highlight of the card
which has been coloured with Nuvo water colour pencils.

I hope you enjoy this simple card and pop on over to the Rubber Dance
blog. You will find heaps of awesome inspiration there.

Happy Stamping!

Dot x

FSC Book Page Challenge

Hi everyone and welcome to a new challenge
at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.

This month we are asking you to join in with a book page project.  This can be a card, an art journal page with torn book page in the background, or canvas with book page bits on it.

For my inspiration I’ve made a card.

I’ve used the stamp ‘Joy’ from Carabelle Studio along with the splatter stamp in the ‘Somewhere in Time’ set from Visible Image. To give the girl something to sit on, and ground her, I’ve added a little washi tape from Ranger.

The girls at FSC have come up with some inspiring and very different takes on this theme. Please pop on over and check out their awesome creativity, be inspired and maybe join in the fun.

Ink Art Designs is our sponsor this month (that’s my Etsy shop) and has a gorgeous stamp to give away to one lucky winner chosen by random org.

We also have a top 3 chosen by the design team and Saturday Spotlights where we showcase inspirational makes. And the icing on the cake is that each month we will be having a guest designer chosen from the entries.

Thank you for looking,
Happy Stamping!

Dot x

The girl has been stamped onto water colour card, fussy cut and 3-D’ed.  With a little bit of cotton behind her (just for fun).

Magpie Tutorial for Rubber Dance

Hi everyone,
today I’ve got a tutorial to share over on the Rubber Dance blog.
It is a set of 3 ATC’s made using Distress Inks with different water effects which is what makes these inks so great to play with.

Rubber Dance have a new face book page called
Rubber Dance Stamping Lounge
where you will find an enthusiastic group of crafters
sharing the love of Rubber Dance stamps.

Our challenges are now going through the facebook group
with fantastic prizes at the end of each month.
All you need to do is join the page, create something with Rubber Dance stamps
(following each month’s theme)
and pop them into the monthly album.
Easy peasy!!!

Happy Stamping
Dot x