Fun Backgrounds with Colorburst, Liquid Metals & Rubbernecker Stamps!

Hi friends! Today I am going to share some fun background and stamping techniques!


We are going to use stamps, color burst powders and liquid metals to create these. You can get everything I am using at Rubbernecker and SAVE 10% with code FRUGAL10 at checkout!

Want to play along? Watch the video to see how this is done!

Stamp Daisy #953
Liquid Metals Precious Alloys (colorful, more transparent), Liquid Metals Heavy Metals (more opaque-better on black), Color Bursts
White cheap cardstock
Black glossy paper (Judikins)

I hope you try these techniques on your next cards or art journal paintings! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

8 Responses

  1. I love these backgrounds. Your videos make me want to buy all these products. LOL Thanks for the awesome video.


  2. You sound like you are having so much fun! Would you please let us know where you found the glossy black paper you used for the background?


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  4. Thanks so much for this video and all your helpful hints! I placed an order, had to have those metallics and the daisy stamp, and got free shipping and 10% off – thank you thank you!!! XOXO


  5. this is great, thanks for sharing


  6. I really want these products! Cool techniques. Thanks for the video.


  7. You are so inspiring! I have been looking at these since they came out. After seeing this video, they are moving to the top of my list for Scrapbook Expo in Schaumburg. Love your inky fingers!!


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