Look Look!!!

I have four of my stamp designs available exclusively at The Rubber Cafe in honest to goodness real red rubber! Here is one of the stamps (I designed the poppy) on a card made with the sketch over at 2 sketches 4 you:

Stamps: The Rubber Cafe, Cardstock: GP, PP: K&Co., Other: Hot glue "pearls" Tool: Scor-Pal, Scor-bug

Stamps: The Rubber Cafe, Cardstock: GP, PP: K&Co., Other: Hot glue "pearls" Tool: Scor-Pal, Scor-bug

Here are the others:

The 3 other stamps I designed for Thre Rubber Cafe!

The 3 other stamps I designed for Thre Rubber Cafe!

They are red rubber stamps mounted on E-Z Mount foam that will cling to your acrylic blocks so you can see where you are stamping and it saves storage space too which is great for me ;) I drew these stamps last fall and they are just coming out now! I am so excited to have such an awesome company produce my designs!

I stamped the Inked Poppy in waterproof black ink then loosely colored them with watercolor crayons and blended them with a blender pen, it is a very quick way to color something!

Color the stamped images loosely with the watercolor crayons, the blend with a damp brush or blender pen.

Color the stamped images loosely with the watercolor crayons, the blend with a damp brush or blender pen.

If I need to sharpen my crayons I do so over a reusable plastic palette so I can save the shavings. Spray them with water and you can paint with them! Great for blending and getting into tiny spaces. BTW the “pearls” are just little dabs of hot glue that I dusted with pearl ex, for a tutorial click here.

Save those shavings! watercolor crayons shavings make great paint, I sharpen mine with a craft knife.

Save those shavings! watercolor crayons shavings make great paint, I sharpen mine with a craft knife.

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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16 Responses

  1. beautiful!

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  2. CONGRATS!!!!
    BTW it was really easy to do the wall art, you really should give it a whirl, let me know if you have any questions, if you want the SVG let me know, I didn’t want to share it on my blog since the graphic I used through out it,wasn’t my own original.

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  3. Very pretty! Thanks for playing at 2S4Y!
    Laura

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  4. Beautiful love your card thank’s for playing at 2S4Y.

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  5. Very pretty!!

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  6. OMG! HOW VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY exciting!

    FYI – I’m going to get at least my first two projects for you ready this weekend. I can’t wait!!

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  7. This is MOST exciting news!! I am so happy for you, Lindsay-you deserve it!!

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  8. gorgeous colors!

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  9. AWESOME!!! Love the stamps, and I am so excited for you! That must be really cool to see your own designs available like that!

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  10. super cute card. i love your coloring :)

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  11. That is so awesome Lindsay!!! I love the flourishes! Can we get some digi’s like that???

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  12. Congratulations!!!! These are so pretty. I agree with Katt…some digi flourishes would be really fun!

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  13. Way to go Lindsay!!!!!!! These are soooo pretty! I love them all!! How will we be able to get our hands on these?? I love them!! Congrats! I’m super excited for you!!

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  14. Congrats Lindsay…they’re so pretty!!!

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  15. [...] I am so blessed to be able to design for this company, all of the stamps are on high quality deeply etched red rubber. These designs are on E-Z mount foam and they stick like magic to an acrylic block! I save space by storing mine in page protectors in a 3-ring binder. I used my Score-Pal and Scor-Bug to make the stitching oles around the paper panels on the card then used a ruler and pent to draw the stitches, easy peasy!  If you don’t have a score bug you can use a Cutter Bee piercing bug, it is the same thing, just roll it along a groove on the Scor-Pal. To see another project made with my new “rubber” designs available exclusively at The Rubber Cafe click here. [...]

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