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One of Our Funny Birthday Cards For Men!

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Happy Friday friends – today we are sharing one of our funny birthday cards for men!  At the beginning of the week we had an awesome slimline card with Ralph Golfing that really wowed. Today we wanted to share him again, but this time on an A2 card, complete with putting green. This fun birthday card for a guy is colored up nicely with Copics, and it sure is beautiful with that Color Fuse sky.  He has quite the expression on […]

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Copic Marker Tips For Great Images!

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Hello our Copic coloring friends – we hope you are interested in some Copic marker tips that will help you get excellent results every time. Today we have our designer, Michelle, doing a little coloring on Murray with Catch, from the “Old Characters” collection. There is a whole team of these silly characters and wonderful phrases and statements to go along with them! We hope you’ve been following along with us all week as we feature these fun-loving characters that […]

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Funny Best Friend Cards To Crack You Up!

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We are always on the lookout for funny best friend cards to make and send to those people who just “get” us. And I think we can all agree that NOTHING is better than a fun stamped image that can be used in a ton of different ways to create those cards that our best friends will just crack up over. Allow us to introduce you to Ethel. She’s an older woman who seems to enjoy cooking, but like the […]

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Funny Card Ideas for Friends of Any Age!

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Today we are sharing one of our designer’s funny card ideas for friends that is just PERFECT for your friends who might be a little more “mature”! Jamie says this was a pretty easy card to make and share the steps with us so you can play along. First, she stamped the Graduated Horizontal Stripe Stamp on white cardstock with VersaMark and emboss it all with Vintage Blue Embossing Enamel – we LOVE the added dimension this adds to this […]

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Skin Color Copic Markers For Darker Skin Tones

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We are excited to share one more amazing tutorial using skin color Copic markers for darker skin tones from our designer Michelle Houghton. Today she is using our beautiful “Ellynn” Stamp, which is one of many in our shop that celebrate diversity. You will find the steps and colors she used below. If you really love it, then be sure to tune back in next Wednesday as there will be a video tutorial posted here and our YouTube channel. Be […]

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A Slimline Summer Card – So Foxy!

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Today we’ve got a SUPER CUTE slimline summer card to share but first we want to say – Just WOW! It is our first week venturing into the beautiful world of possibilities that came with our new Slimline Die release and we are loving what we are seeing!  You guys are blowing us away with your creativity! We are so gratified that you are all loving these dies (the first batch sold out in three days!) and are SO excited […]

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Using Slimline Die-cuts for Dazzling Projects

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Something new is coming your way tomorrow, July 2nd, and we are so excited to share a little sneak peek at Rubberneckers new Slimline die-cuts designs! Slimline cards have been around for a while, but lately they are all the rage with cardmakers. We don’t know about you, but we are loving the extra space we get to fill on cards this size (usually about 8.5″ x 3.5″; fits in a business-sized envelope)…so if you struggle sometimes with fitting everything […]

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Love Interactive Card Ideas? Check This Out!

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  We love interactive card ideas and love it even MORE when one of our amazing designer makes one for us. Get comfortable because there’s also a TUTORIAL VIDEO – WOOT! Take a peek at the card in its “regular” state: NOW look what happens when you pull the tab!   RIGHT? There he is hiding under the waves with just his head and his snorkel peeking out. And then when you pull the tab – WOW! – he pops […]

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Another Copic Markers Skin Tone Tutorial!

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We are so grateful for all the wonderful thank yous we get from you all when we offer a Copic markers skin tone tutorial. People say that realistic darker skin tones are a particular challenge and we are grateful that our designer is so talented at getting such beautiful skin color combinations using our extensive collection of stamps inspired by our African American friends and customers. Rubbernecker is very proud to be one of the most inclusive stamp companies and […]

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Funny Cat Cards For The Win!

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Are you a fan of funny cat cards? Or know cat people who could use a chuckle? We are cracking UP over this super cute card our designer created using a worried bunch of cats and some interested fish! Check it out! Isn’t that a riot? Talk about turning the tables! Here’s how you can make your own version of this super cute card. First, stamp the Group of Cats image onto some Bristol Smooth paper using a waterproof ink […]

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Handmade Cute Cards For Friends!

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Today we are sharing one of our handmade cute cards for friends. Whether you just want to say hi to someone you haven’t seen for a while or know someone who could use a little boost, we believe you can NEVER have enough cards for friends and the ready and this one is goofy and cute and sweet all in one. Plus it’s fun to make! Let’s take a peek: Isn’t that cute? It would even make a super cute […]

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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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A Tulip Flower Card for Any Occasion!

We are in awe of this beautiful tulip flower card – does that big bunch of flowers not look SO fresh and SO ready to be delivered to a friend? We especially love the idea that by simply switching out the greeting, this card could be used for pretty much any occasion. The pops of color on the white on white layering makes everything stand out in such a pretty way. And this beautiful card is actually easy to make […]

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Making a Father’s Day Card – Video Tutorial

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Making a Father’s Day Card – Video Tutorial Yesterday we shared how to make two very cool cards using ideas from Preeti. If you missed the post, you can see those awesome cards here – are they not the best? As promised, here is Preeti’s video show you how she made these cards so you can follow along. We love that she offers so much detail in her cards and her videos! Check it out:     If you are […]

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How To Make a Father’s Day Card that WOWS!

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Oh boy are we lucky today because we have not one but two ways to learn how to make a Father’s Day card that will WOW anyone who sees them. When Preeti sent these over she called them “clean and simple” and while they are in terms of design, each of them features a super fun little secret that gives them both that extra little oomph that can be hard to add to a masculine card. It’s not like you […]

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Doggone Great Day!

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Hi there – Marilyn here – today.  I want to share with you a doggone cute card using one of Rubbernecker Stamps cool new stencil designs!  Also, can you believe it is October already? October 1st and Christmas decorations fill 90% of the stores haha. Sheesh… I don’t know where the time has gone this year; it keeps speeding by faster and faster. At least I always find time to stamp! Life goes by so fast these days, we need […]

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Monster Family Portrait

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Welcome to some Halloween fun with Rubbernecker Stamps and a cute and funny monster family portrait!  When I saw this adorable Monster Group stamp I thought it looked like a family portrait and what better place to take a family portrait than in front of your homestead?  The Haunted House stamp was perfect! I started by using the Clouds stencil with Black Soot Distress Ink.  I wanted the majority of my background to be Black/Gray/White.  Then I stamped the Haunted […]

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Stencils… the best things in life

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Did you hear Rubbernecker Stamps is now making their own line of stencils?  There are several patterns available and for this card, our designer chose to use 4007 Squares & Rectangles with texture paste for extra dimension.      After the paste was dry, she rubbed Violet Metallic and Rose Metal Viva 3D Stamp Paint plus Viva Old Silver over the bricks. We quite like the shimmery look of those paints.   Thanks for stopping by and have a great […]

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Copic Coloring On Rubber Stamps!

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Hello Michelle, I have a fun new post today with a video tutorial showing you tons of tips for Copic coloring on rubber stamps! for the next few months, I am part of the Guest Design Team over at Rubbernecker Stamps! And today is my first day to post. I used one of Rubbernecker’s beautiful watercolor stamps, Scarlet Star to create this beautiful image by stamping with my Copic Markers. If you have not seen me run through this process […]

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Friends Deserve Roses!

Hi my crafty friends!  Rubbernecker Stamps has some new beautiful stencils that make for a quick, easy, dimensional card.   To make my card I ran the Bold Rose Stencil through my Crossover II Die Cutting Machine.  You’ll need a rubber mat, that’ll push them paper through the stencil to give it dimension.  If you don’t have a rubber mat, this card can still be made without dimension. While the stencil is still on the paper and the rubber mat, […]

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