CategoryDesigners

A Super Cute Farm Scene Card!

Rubbernecker Blog KC-Rubbernecker-Double-Shutter-1-open-front

I just had to make this farm scene card using a double shutter base and I HAD to include Nellie the horse,  Bessie and Bossie, the spotted cows AND their cute little chicken and duck friends! The shutter card layout has been around for a long time but it’s not a fold I’ve used until recently.  I love that it provides a larger palette to create an extended scene on.  When closed this card shows the tree and one cow […]

Continue Reading

Flower Thank You Cards are Always “In Season”!

Rubbernecker Blog img_6628

It’s winter where I am here in Canada, but it’s spring in my craft room today making some flower Thank You cards! A columbine flower instead of snow? I say Yes! The soft purples are just what I need to brighten my day. Let’s take a peek:   If you would like to recreate this card or for some inspiration you can follow these simple steps. Step 1- I started by stamping with memento black ink on white card stock […]

Continue Reading

Shaker Birthday Card

Rubbernecker Blog RN-Bday-2-20-JM

  Hi, Jamie here with you today and I don’t know about you but I love shaker cards! I thought this shaker birthday card would be a great way to start off your week. Here’s how my Shaker birthday card was made- Stamp the Brushed Flower #7 on watercolor paper with Onyx Black VersaFine Ink and emboss with clear embossing powder. Color the Brushed Flower #7 with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens, here are the numbers; green-045, 047, pink- […]

Continue Reading

Pop Up Box Card Blanks Dressed Up!

Rubbernecker Blog KC-Rubbernecker-Pop-Up-Lamp-Post-Card-right

I like a shortcut as much as the next person and I am totally not ashamed to say that today’s project started with a package of pop up box card blanks from The Paper Cuts. These pre-cut, pre-folded, pre-everything-but-the-fun part cards are a lifesaver and today we are going to see how using those and some stinkin’ adorable  goodies from Rubbernecker can help you look like a paper crafting genius! For this project I used the Rubbernecker Winter Lamp Post, […]

Continue Reading

Using a Stair Step Card Template As a Base

Rubbernecker Blog KC-Rubbernecker-Inner-Stair-Step-House-and-Evergreen-right

Today I wanted to share with you a cute way to use a stair step card template – this one from The Paper cut – as a base for any kind of card. For this card I chose a sweet little country cottage with some easy-to-do evergreen trees.  I used the Rubbernecker Spooky House, Evergreen Trees, Wrought Iron Fence, Grass, Small Ivy, Small Flowers #1, Tiny Flower Buds, Leaf Buds and Small Birds.  The card base was made using the […]

Continue Reading

Colorful Bird Cards To Crack You Up!

Rubbernecker Blog Rubbernecker_Lisa-Bzibziak_02.13.20

  Lisa here, I have a fun one for you today with one of these colorful bird cards!  I don’t know about you, but I am absolutely loving these quirky birds!  They are so fun to color up in various colors!  I’m pretty sure I need all of them! These two were perfect together and it was fun to add one peeking out upside down in the background… looks like trouble to me! We all have that one friend who […]

Continue Reading

Handmade Beach Cards – You Will Smell The Sea

Rubbernecker Blog KC-Rubbernecker-Double-Shutter-2-Beach-oprn

It appears I am on a double shutter card kick lately and maybe it’s because I am SO over the winter months, but the idea of handmade beach cards just kept calling out to me to be made! Here’s the one I have today.  I used the Rubbernecker Beach Chairs, Beach Umbrella, Palm Trees, Deckle Hills, Waves, Birds, Tall Bucket, Lifeguard Tower (surfboard), Sun Moon, Boats #1 and Grass #2. The Card Base The card base was made using a […]

Continue Reading

Pretty Backgrounds for Cards Using Copic Markers

Rubbernecker Blog unnamed-14

Hello all, Preeti here on the Rubbernecker blog.Today I want to share with you one of my pretty backgrounds for cards. Let me explain how I created this. I never get tired of looking at all the beauty found in nature. The flowers all around us (for many of us its only during spring and summer), the beautiful colors of the sky and even the wintry snowscapes, everything so impeccable and beautifully created. One such time of the day for […]

Continue Reading

Pretty Handmade Floral Greeting Cards To Make!

Rubbernecker Blog IMG_5728

Hello Rubbernecker friends – do you love handmade floral greeting cards?  You do know that YOU are “bloomin’ marvelous”, right – just like on this card?   I love this sentiment and the fonts in it!  This fits for many different types of cards and I know I’ll be using it a lot.  I’ve used the Poppy Bouquet stamp for the main focus and have used my Copic markers to color it. Here are the quick and easy steps to […]

Continue Reading

A New Way to Use Frame Dies For Cards!

Rubbernecker Blog unnamed-10

Hello there – Preeti here today on the Rubbernecker blog with a new way to use frame dies for cards! I think you will love it! Winter always seems to be so long and never ending, my eyes are starting to yearn to see some fresh green saplings on the tree and beautiful flower blooms everywhere. I get so exhilarated at the first sight of the bloom, that my body automatically goes into a happy dance mode. Anyone else? Just […]

Continue Reading

Moon and Stars Encouragement Card

Rubbernecker Blog 20191228_113337-scaled-1

Hey all! Have you ever had to send that encouragement card to someone pursuing their dreams? Over The Moon Clear Stamp Set and it’s matching die cuts are fantastic for an encouragement card and many others with the stamp set’s great sentiments and cute images. I decided to make my favorite kind of card – shaker! You all know by now that I love to make them. They just add that extra fun touch and love to the cards. I […]

Continue Reading

Tips for Coloring Dark Skin With Copics

Rubbernecker Blog RN-dark-2a-1024x1024-1

Coloring dark skin with copics takes a little more time and patience than lighter variations, typically there are more layers of ink, they are heavier by nature with not as much alcohol solution in the mix. So it takes a little more practice and a lot more mistakes to get images where you would like them to go. You know me I am always up for a good challenge! So when Rubbernecker asked if some of the design team members […]

Continue Reading

Come See This Cheery Blooming Flower Card!

Rubbernecker Blog img_6585

It’s Allison with you this morning; I hope everyone is having a fabulous day and getting some time to get their craft on. I found some time today to escape into my craft room and whip up this bright and cheery blooming flower card. Colouring flowers and putting them together on a card always makes me happy! So, with that I pulled out this gorgeous daisy and in no time I was able to create this quick and easy layered […]

Continue Reading

Floral Thank You Cards – Easy and GORGEOUS!

Rubbernecker Blog RN-Heartfelt-2-20-JM

Hi my friends, Jamie here today with one of my floral thank you cards.  It’s the first Monday of the month so I’m excited to be up on the Rubbernecker Stamps Blog today!  My card uses stamps from the latest release of beautiful stamp and I really love the Brushed Flower collection – they can be used in so many ways! I am so loving all of the spring vibes popping up on social media and on beautiful projects everywhere, […]

Continue Reading

A Z Fold Box Card To Knock Your Socks Off!

Rubbernecker Blog KC-Rubbernecker-Z-Fold-Flower-Shop-corner

Ok – I will admit it – this z fold box card IS over the top! I went a little nuts, what can I say? But the BASIC form of this Z fold box card can be used in about a zillion ways, as complex or as simple as YOU want to make yours, and it will STILL be a showstopper!  For this card I used the Rubbernecker Circle Lattice, Window w/ Pierce, Tall Terracotta Pots, Tall Buckets, Apple Cart. […]

Continue Reading

Z Fold Window Card

Rubbernecker Blog KC-Rubbernecker-Z-Fold-Window-House-corner

I love the spring feel of this z fold window card with the brightly colored papers, flowers and awnings and all the kitty cats.  I have been wanting to create a z fold card with a window or windows for a while but wasn’t quite sure how it would look.  When I first started I thought I would use only one window but ended up using four.  It looks like the outside of a house with it’s awning and fenced […]

Continue Reading

A Simple Double Shutter Card

Rubbernecker Blog KC-Rubbernecker-5210-05D-Small-Flowers-2-2-front

Having a template for a double shutter card is a great thing to have in your card making arsenal. They are easy to make, can be done in an endless variety of papers, motifs, themes and you can dress them up or down any way you want. AND a double shutter card is PERFECT for when you want to send something but don’t have a lot to say because there’s naturally not a ton of room to write a message! […]

Continue Reading

A Cute Welcome Spring Card!

Rubbernecker Blog KC-Rubbernecker-5147-01-Wheelbarrow-6-right

Today I am sharing a super cute Welcome Spring card using a bunch of fun dies from Rubbernecker. It may seem a little early for a Welcome Spring card – I know some areas are still getting tons of snow and chilly weather – but the good thing is Spring always does arrive and this card can get your friend ready for the blooming season. For this card I used the Wheelbarrow, Tall Terracotta Pots, Grass, Watering Can, Tall Buckets, […]

Continue Reading

Sending Love with Rubbernecker!

Rubbernecker Blog unnamed-7

Hello Friends, Preeti here featuring  some amazing Rubbernecker stamp products including this awesome Sending Love greeting. This card is so not my usual style. I love to color flowers and sometimes cartoon critters. But this stamp set from Rubbenecker called Jacqueline caught my attention. This is good size stamp, which makes it easy to color . I am using my copics to color this image today.    Start by stamping Jacqueline on a copic friendly cardstock using a copic compatible […]

Continue Reading

A Cool Copic Colorless Blender Technique!

Rubbernecker Blog IMG_5691

Happy Sunday friends – today I want to share a very cool Copic colorless blender technique!    Today I am sharing (what is for me) a clean and simple card using the beautiful Daisy Bouquet #2.  I can’t tell you how much I wanted to put some bling on this card!  LOL! The white space is hard for me to leave alone, but I’m glad I did so that the focus stays on the flowers and the sentiment. And what […]

Continue Reading

Cute Baby Shower Cards

Rubbernecker Blog

Hi friends, Preeti here. I have two cute baby shower cards for you today using the Rubbernecker Over The Moon stamp set. These can be easily switched for a new baby boy or a baby girl card by simply replacing the sentiments. For my cards  today I wanted to use only the sentiments provided in this stamp set. Card 1: Stamp the bear and the moon images from the stamp set using a copic friendly ink in black onto a […]

Continue Reading