AuthorKittie Caracciolo

Paper Flower Card with Floral Frame

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Today I’m sharing an elegant paper flower card made using the Rubbernecker Poinsettia #2 and Floral Frame.  The sentiment was made using the newly released Thinking of You stamp.  Forming the petals of the poinsettia forward instead of back with the stylus and molding pad creates a totally different and unique flower. The Card Base and Sentiment Cut an A2 sized card base using white cardstock. Secure the cardstock and Thinking of You stamp in the MISTI. Apply Versafine Clair […]

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A Birch Tree Die Cut Card

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Today’s birch tree die cut card only LOOKS like it took forever. Using a large, card front sized die cut, like this one from Rubbernecker, gives you a ton of dimensional interest with one turn through your machine. Then you can add details to your heart’s desire. Check out how I chose to build mine. For my project I used Birch Forest, Grass, Bunnies, Flower Stems, Small Ivy, Tiny Flower Buds, Small Birds and 3 Pine Tree. The Card Base, […]

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House and Truck Scene Card

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Today I’m sharing a spring house and truck scene card made using several dies by Rubbernecker.  I modified the Spooky House with a stenciled brick pattern to create a normal house for my scene.  I paired the house with the Winter Tree, leaves from the Small Ivy, Truck, Grass, Small Birds and Tiny Flower Buds.  The Cloudy and Grass Card Base Cut an A2 sized piece of white cardstock, score and fold to create the card base. Create the cloudy […]

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Pop Up Flower Box Card

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Today I’m sharing a 3D pop up flower box card with a lattice background, Adirondack chair sitting against a fence and terracotta pots filled with flowers.  I used the Rubbernecker Circle Lattice, Beach Chairs, Knob Top Fence, Grass, Large Ivy, Small Ivy, Tall Terracotta Pots, Watering Can, Small Flowers #1, Flower Buds, Small Butterflies and Cart Accessories #1. I used the A2 Pop Up Box Card Kit from The Paper Cut  for the card base. Assemble the 3D Pop Up […]

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Truly Unique Handmade Christmas Cards

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Today I’m sharing one of the more unique handmade Christmas cards I’ve created. It features an evergreen tree background and a bicycle and lamp post as the main focal image with lots of lovely snow.  I really love how the trees get lighter in color to draw the eye back into the distance of the scene.  I used the Rubbernecker Stamps 3 Pine Trees set and the Splatter Background to create the snowy scene background and the Winter Lamp Post, […]

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A Christmas Themed Front Door Card

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Today I’m sharing a welcoming holiday front door card using the new Rubbernecker Stamps Door with Steps die set.  I posted a similar card a few weeks ago done in all white.  This time I thought it would be fun to create the white door scene on a red background.  I paired the door with the Knob Top Fence, Deckle Hills, Greenery #2, Tiny Leaves, Rectangle Combo #3 and Nested Rectangle sets.  The Siding Card Base Cut 15 to 20 […]

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Winter Scene Christmas Card

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Today I’m sharing a sparkly winter scene Christmas card.  In truth I think I went a little to over the top with the glitter but I had lots of fun making it.  For my project I used the Rubbernecker Stamps Tree Panel #3, Evergreen Trees, Deckle Hills, Greenery #1 and Cardinals.  The snowy background was made using the Splatter Background. I covered the white trees and snow layers using the Nuvo Pure Sheen Ice White Glitter.  I covered the trees […]

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Whimsical Christmas Card

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My project today is a whimsical Christmas card with a decorated fence and arbor and kitty cats playing in the snow. The main feature of the card is the Rubbernecker Stamps Gate and Arbor paired with the Cats, Deckle Hills, Cardinals and decorations made using the Greenery #1 set.  The background was made using a tree from the 3 Pine Trees and Splatter Background. The Snowy Tree Background Apply the blue sky using Tumbled Glass ink and an ink blending […]

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Country Christmas Barn Scene

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My project today is a country Christmas barn scene made to match the fun scene on the designer paper background.  I love that the Rubbernecker Barn matches the shape of the barn on the paper.  I paired the barn with the Evergreen Trees, Greenery #2 and created the snow layer using the Borders # 3.  One of the tree stamps from the 3 Pine Trees set is  perfectly sized match for the evergreen trees so I used it to apply […]

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Deer Christmas Cards

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My project today is a pretty nature scene with one of my deer Christmas cards.  I used the Rubbernecker Stamps Deer Family, Evergreen Trees, Deckle Hills, Holly and Greenery #2.  I framed the scene using the Nested Deckle Rectangles and Nested Rectangles and created the falling snow on the background and trees using the Splatter Background. The Snowy Background, Trees and Frame Cut the Deckle Rectangle using white cardstock and cut the frame opening using a die from the Nested […]

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Gnome Duo Christmas Card

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My project today is a fun and colorful Gnome Duo Christmas card made using the new Rubbernecker Gnome Couple set paired with the Evergreen Trees,  Cardinals, Rectangle Combo #3, Sun Moon and the Christmas lights from the Globe Tree set.  I had fun creating this scene with the Gnome couple decorating the Christmas tree.  I couldn’t resist getting Mrs. Gnome tangled up in the string of lights.  The Frame and Card Base Cut the Rectangle Combo die out twice, once […]

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