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Why You Need To Know Rubbernecker Color Fuse!

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Just LOOK at that array of colors available in our own Rubbernecker Color Fuse ink collection – aren’t they delicious? But color is just the start! Yes, we sifted through THOUSANDS of shades to find the ones that we felt best complimented each other for beautiful color coordination on your projects. And yes, we chose shades that, based on your feedback, offered the most stunning results when used with our ever-growing collection of layered floral stamps.  And yes again, we […]

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Emboss Resist + Color Fuse Ink = Magic!

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We just love the look of emboss resist and specifically designed our Color Fuse inks to be super blendable so crafters could get excellent results every time. Not all inks blend equally and that look can make or break a design. In today’s gorgeous card from Jamie, she really showed that off with her cheerful, springy birthday card. She’s given us all the steps so let’s get set up to make a few of these ourselves! First, stamp our Daisies […]

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Tropical Beach Card with Color Fuse Inks

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I had so much fun making this colorful tropical beach card.  I created the beach scene background and colored all the tropical foliage and flowers using Color Fuse Inks by Rubbernecker.  The inks are so easy to work with and blend beautifully using blender brushes and applicators.  I love the large exaggerated foliage and flowers in the foreground with the ocean in the background.   For this card I used the Rubbernecker Leaf Set, Sea Grass, Mixed Flower Stack, Birds, […]

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Watercoloring Die Cuts with Color Fuse Inks

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Watercoloring die cuts like the flowers and foliage on this project is a fun technique for coloring images.  I used hot press watercolor to cut the flowers and foliage and used Color Fuse inks to color them.  Hot press watercolor paper is very smooth and is the perfect base for creating gorgeous color and shading.  For this project I used the Organic Shapable Daisy, Flower #5 (large leaves), Wreath Set and Tiny Flower Buds. I used Color Fuse Set #5 […]

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FOUR Ink Background Techniques Using Color Fuse!

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Hello friends!  Preeti here on the Rubbernecker blog after a long time – I’ve been busy creating these cards using some new ink background techniques for you.   So, I have been isolation for almost four weeks now because of the virus and finally on Monday my test for the virus came out negative! This virus has completely wiped out my energy but has not weakened my spirit to create and love life. I have missed my art room for […]

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Rubbernecker Color Fuse Stamp Pads Are a Hit!

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Hello friends Preeti here and I am super excited to share the new Rubbernecker Color Fuse stamp pads! These ink pads come in a four pack utilizing a progressive color value in each hue. This is so helpful when you are doing stamp layering as it takes all the guess work out. I love being able to have an easy way to get a beautiful end-product that looks like it took a long time and a lot of effort to […]

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Water Color using Color Fuse – Create the Look!

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Hello friends – today I have a card that looks like water color using Color Fuse Inks by Rubbernecker Stamps!   There are four sets out with more coming soon.  These inks are perfect for inking up the fabulous new layering stamp sets!   For my card today I’ve used the gorgeous new Happy Mother’s Day set.  I love that there are other sentiments included to use any other time of the year!  Also, if you are new to using […]

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How to Choose Copic Marker Colors For Your Background Stamps

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Today our Copic QUEEN Michelle is going to help us figure out how to choose Copic marker colors using two of our background stamps as examples. Copic markers come in just about every single shade in the rainbow and choosing how to make them work together for artwork quality coloring can be daunting until you know some of the tricks. Michelle is so generous to share her particular magic with us! To start, Michelle suggests that you color through the […]

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Ken Oliver Color Burst Tutorial Video

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Today we want to share a Ken Oliver Color Burst tutorial to show you the AHmazing results you can get! Did you know that we have some AMAZING stamps that are meant to resemble watercolored images? These are so fun to use with Color Burst watercolor powders; the results are gorgeous and several of our stamp sets were designed to take advantage of the punches of color. Our YouTube channel is full of so many fun tutorials, many of which […]

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Slimline Cards – Colorful New Ideas!

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Happy Monday Friends and fans of slimline cards! Wasn’t last weeks new release so much fun? We were beyond thrilled with your response to our new slimline die-cuts and love all the creations we see rolling in. Our designers have created some beautiful projects to share with you over the next few weeks to help get those inspiration juices flowing!  So grab some coffee and scroll through today’s post for a colorful and fun floral card to send to your […]

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Colorful “Under the Sea” Card

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We are just loving how these cute and funny fish are just POPPING off this gorgeous background ombre done in cool and refreshing blues! These fun fish – one of our most popular “characters” set –  are from Fish Group and are one of our many sets that feature a coordinating die. We design many of our stamp sets to have those coordinating dies to make your paper crafting that much easier and give you more chances to show off […]

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Using Primary Colors to Say Happy Birthday

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Hey there!  Lisa here again and today I’m back with some more stripey goodness!  This time I used it for this birthday card using the Dog With Big Eyes stamp along with Birthday Balloons! I created the background just like my last, but this time using the Color Fuse #8 blues… I love using a frame to highlight the main card images!  But I also love letting the images push the limits of the frame… I mean all of this […]

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Make a Watercolor Flower Background with Stamps!

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Hi there – Annie here today with a fun way to create a loose watercolor flower background using clear silhouette-style stamps. My gardens have been bursting with color lately and I wanted to try to replicate the look using bright colors and soft edges. These cards are the perfect way to send a sweet springtime hello! The images in the Spring Meadows Stamp Set are super versatile because they really can be used for either foliage or flowers. For this […]

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Five Ways to Color Background Stamps

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Hello crafters, Preeti here on the Rubbernecker blog and I have a lot to share with you today about fun ways to use your background stamps. Very often we use the background stamp as just that, mostly as a secondary element on our projects – something that just hangs out in the background. What you don’t realize is that many background stamps have wonderful images that can capture our attention and actually be the main focus of the card. One […]

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Colorful Handmade Cards using Spanish Phrases

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Lisa here, Popping in for a quick post today!  I had some of these rainbow shakers that I made a while ago waiting around to be finished and I decided they’d be perfect with the new Frases En Espanol #2 sentiment set! For full details on how I created these shakers, see this post here! I stamped the phrases from the Frases En Espanol set onto white cardstock using my Misti and some Color Fuse Inks.  I made them multicolored by […]

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Colorful Floral Card to Express “Thanks”

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Lisa here!  Excited to be sharing with you a colorful floral card I made and I used many of the new Color Fuse Ink sets along with a couple new clear stamp sets. Let’s take a peek: The new Color Fuse inks are perfect with the new layered floral sets!  I used It’s Spring Time for my flowers and Spring Meadow for my “leaves”.  The leaves were stamped with a green Color Fuse Ink and then I added shading with […]

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Handmade Easter Card Ideas – Stained Glass Window!

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Add A Stained Glass Window To Your Handmade Easter Card Ideas! You are probably starting to look at handmade Easter card ideas and we are sure you spotted this fabulous fun card in this post here – today, Julie is sharing how she made this fun “stained glass window”. First, she stamped, colored and die cut these adorable characters from our new Bunnies set. Oh, and thank you for all the nice things you’ve shared about these sets – yes, […]

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Super Cute Easter Chick Cards to Make

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Cute Idea for Easter Chick Cards to Make This Year! We are just loving this adorable idea for Easter chick cards to make for your family and friends this year. That little chick with his egg hat just cracks us up – pun not intended. We are really loving the soft coloring Annie has done with her Copics and her addition of that inked background panel pulls it all together. Wanna see how to make these? First stamp your images […]

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Cute Handmade Easter Tags!

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Make some cute Easter Tags for baskets, treats or to put on cards! We are in LOVE with these adorable Easter tags and Jamie has made them in the perfect size for tying onto baskets, attaching to little treat bags or even adding to a card base for quick and cute Easter cards. Let’s check out how she added all the cute little details! First, she cut three different patterns of decorative paper using the largest of our Nested Tag […]

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One of The Prettiest Flower Birthday Card Ideas!

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We love seeing and saving flower birthday card ideas and this beauty with its white on white background in combination with those bright, cheery, almost tropical flowers takes our breath away! Melinda has created a keeper for us and we hope you pin this for future reference because we can see this card design idea being used over and over in all kinds of color combinations. Shall we make one? On white card stock, start stamping your layered flowers from […]

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Cute Handmade Birthday Cards For Kids!

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Today we have a card from Renee showing an idea for some cute handmade birthday cards for kids. When she saw this set, she immediately thought of her young nephew who loves boats and came up with this fun project. Let’s make one, too! First color a card front sized panel using your favorite blending too with some sand and sky – here Color Fuse Caramel Brown and Sierra Blue – to create the background. Cut that panel and another […]

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