CategoryCarol Hintermeier

Layered Florals two ways

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 Ok, who has had a chance to play with our new floral layering stamps from our August release that dropped a few weeks back? They are so clean, and so much fun to craft with.  For todays card, our designer Carol used the beautiful Autumn Fire stamps with the coordinating dies.  She mentioned that she made two cards with this set, so you can see that it really can be used any time of year, as well as for Fall with […]

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A Slimline Shaker Card Under the Sea!

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Who is ready to be dazzled today by a gorgeous slimline shaker card?   Our designer has paired the new Slimline Scallop Die with our adorable Under The Sea set for today’s seaworthy card. Take a peek: Is that not SO adorable? And she swears it’s easy! Let’s see how she did it! How to make the Slimline Shaker card base: With removable tape, mask off a rectangle shape with a ½” border on the edges  on the front of […]

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How to Stamp Summer Blooms for Handmade Card

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Hello Rubbernecker friends!  Today I’m sharing this pretty floral card using the Summer Bloom stamp layering set.  I did lots of easy masking to make this beautiful card to send hugs to that special person!  This card is also a good example that when things don’t turn out exactly as you had hoped, just roll with it, and all turns out fine in the end!  Read on to see what I mean. Here are the steps for my card: Create […]

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Country Sunset Scene Card-WOW!

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Hi there! Annie here today with a fun and pretty way to send a country hello. As the days get longer this time of the year, one of my family’s favorite things to do is take a ride in the country after dinner. There’s one particular route we enjoy that travels past tons of open farmland, and on that route is a one-lane bridge that doglegs over a tiny brook surrounded by blue wildflowers. For the longest time, there were […]

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Fun Technique to make a Floral See-Through Card

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Hello friends!  Carol here today, and I have a cool technique that I tried for my floral card today!  I’ve used the beautiful Fragrant Blooms stamps and coordinating dies to create a floral see-through card.  This was so fun and not at all hard to create!   In full disclosure, the technique for this design totally comes from the awesome Jennifer McGuire.  She has some good tips that make this easy to create (see her YouTube here.) Here are the […]

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Spring Cards – Three From One Stamp

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Hello Rubbernecker friends – today I’m using just one sweet stamp with its coordinating die to make three sweet spring cards!  I’ve used the Tree with Bench Swing stamp to create one clean and simple card, plus two more that are a bit more involved.  It didn’t take me very long at all to put these together!   All three cards are top-folding A2 card bases made with Neenah Solar White 80# card stock.  For each card, the swing image […]

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How to Use Clear Stamps and Dies on Cards

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Hello Rubbernecker friends!  Today I want to show you how to use clear stamps and dies with a bright and cheerful “Just Because” card that’s sure to brighten anyone’s day! These beautiful flowers are from the Blossoms In Spring stamp set and are easily cut out with the coordinating dies.  I added some dimensional fun with these beautiful Copic colored butterflies from the Brush Butterflies set.  My steps for creating this pretty card are going to be brief, and I […]

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How to Make Simple Paper Flowers from Die Cuts

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Hello friends!  I sure hope that today finds you safe and well.  Today I have a cheerful birthday card adorned with some simple paper flowers that I hope will bring a smile to your face!  I love creating dimensional flowers and just look at the size of these flowers made with the beautiful Organic Shapable Daisy Die!   Here are my steps to create the card base: Die cut two of the Floral Frames.  Adhere them together with liquid glue […]

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Let’s BRIGHTEN your Mood With Some Cards!

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Happy spring my friends!  Today I have TWO cards to share that are sure to brighten your mood.  These will be made using the awesome new Rubbernecker Color Fuse inks! Have you had a chance to try them yet? If not, they are running an amazing sale on their site this weekend, so head over there and snag some up!  I’m also featuring two of the new layering stamp sets that are so easy to line up and stamp 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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Black and White Cards Can Be GORGEOUS!

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Hello friends!  Did you know that black and white cards can be every bit as stunning as their colorful counterparts? Carol here today and I have a sweet card today using the beautiful Daisy Bouquet #2 stamp.  I’ve paired this awesome stamp with my favorite type of patterned paper–gingham!! I am using all black and white set off with a pop of bright yellow. Black and white cards usually look more…….PUNCHY….when you use a bright color and this is a […]

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Pretty Handmade Floral Greeting Cards To Make!

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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 […]

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A Cool Copic Colorless Blender Technique!

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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 […]

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Butterfly Birthday Wishes

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Hello friends!  It’s Carol here today, and I’m so thrilled to have my first card for Rubbernecker Stamps today!  One thing about me that you may notice over time is that I love flowers, butterflies, and all things nature related.  I had a lot of fun creating this birthday card using the Branch Shadow stamp and the Brush Butterflies and coordinating butterfly dies!  I also used the Nested Rectangle Small Stitch Die set and the Best Friends, Etc. sentiment set. […]

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