Check out all the Rubbernecker digital stamps now available!
When we stopped producing red rubber stamps two years ago, we started looking for ways to keep our classic Rubbernecker images available. We are excited to announce that we are now offering these great images in our new product line – Rubbernecker Digital Stamps! Yes, you heard us right! Download and print whenever you want, wherever you want!
Many of our discontinued stamps will now be available digitally, plus we have some new designs that you are sure to love. They will be offered in a PNG format that can be downloaded right from the Rubbernecker website. Most images will be in black and white with a color version shown for inspiration. We have over 150 images with more coming soon, so be sure to check them out and tell your friends!
NOTE: Please make sure you are a registered customer before purchasing any Digital Rubbernecker stamps to ensure easy accessibility! Once you make an account, all your digital purchases will be right there waiting for you. And yes, all these purchases count towards you Rubbernecker Rewards!
The Rubbernecker April 2023 release is live and we are like crazy little hamsters getting your orders out! If you missed it, here’s the post with all the new goodies.
We already have some things on our reorder list because they are FLYING out of here
so if there’s something you know you can’t live without, grab it now! (For instance, we’ve got a fraction of our initial order of Derby Dresses still available
with others getting low as we share this post.)
Since this is Friday, we thought we could do a little Flashback Friday to look at some of the gorgeous projects made with stamps that are now available digitally.
First, if you are a fan of our customer favorite African American character stamps, we’ve converted them all of them from red rubber to digital. These beautiful people have long been a part of our product lineup and we did NOT want to let them disappear. We’ve been told so many times how grateful people are to be so beautifully represented in the stamp world and we are committed to keeping these images available.
Here are a few cards that show off just a few of these gorgeous stamps.
African American Greeting Cards for Juneteenth!
Many years ago, we noticed that there were not many African American greetings cards on the market and even LESS stamps that allowed crafters to create their own. We are proud that we were one of the first rubber stamp companies to make multicultural images and greetings because we truly do believe in not just equality for everyone, but equality in crafting as well! In observance of the Juneteenth holiday, Rubbernecker Stamps wants to take this opportunity to celebrate Black
Tips for Coloring Dark Skin With Copics
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
Copic Skin Tutorial and No-Line Coloring
Good morning creative friends! Michelle here, and today I have for you the third installment of looking at darker skin tones with Rubbernecker Stamps in this Copic skin tutorial using no line coloring for a truly hand painted look! If you missed the first two in this series you can see them here and here. I have been looking at coloring darker skin tones on a series of new stamps released by Rubbernecker. I have been trying to share a
And then there are our “Old Characters” – these people have had us cracking up for YEARS and we are so excited to have brought them out of semi-retirement to delight us all again!
For example here’s good ol’ Ralph. Perpetually on the verge of being grumpy yet still lovable, he’s been featured on some fun and funny cards!
One of Our Funny Birthday Cards For Men!
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
Funny Card Ideas for Friends of Any Age!
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
A Cute and Easy Masculine Fishing Card
Hey fellow crafters, Annie here today! Masculine cards can be tough sometimes but today I’ve got a fishing card that is cute and easy and features one of man’s most fun pursuits. With all of the crafty tools and embellishments on my bench, it can take a lot of restraint not to use them all on the latest card I’m making. Having a great focal image makes the process almost effortless, though, because you aren’t tempted to overthink or over-embellish.
And then there’s Ethel who we suspect is a total busybody…….
A Coffee Slimline Card With a Chuckle!
Some of us love coffee, some of us love slimline cards and that means, for sure, that some of us will LOVE a coffee slimline card, especially when it makes you laugh! Let’s dive into today’s project by the talented Jamie! First, she die cut a piece of white card stock using the Slimline Insert Geometric X Die and trimmed it closely to the “lattice” created by this popular die. She used four shades of Color Fuse ink – Caramel,
Funny Best Friend Cards To Crack You Up!
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
Real Time Copic Marker Video Tutorial- Ethel Cooking
Oh, My, Gosh, Becky, look at that Stamp, its just so….cute! So last week our Designer Michelle did a post showing you how to color up our fun “Ethel Cooking” stamp with Copic Markers. As promised, we also have a video that dropped today with a real-time coloring of this beautiful character. Michelle is best known for her amazing ability to color up realistic skin tones, and detailed images that are so vibrant and true to color. Its therapeutic watching
There are more of these charming “mature” people waiting to make appearances on your projects in the brand new Rubbernecker Digital Stamps section of our store.
There are some new designs there, too! We added some new beautiful faces, some drop dead gorgeous, totally colorable floral designs and some fun new animals. We’ve also got loads of returning cute characters like our Kids and critters you all fell in love with in the past. There is a small series of darling doors ready for your expert touches and even those beautiful slimline background images you all loved to color. You just have to check it out – it is positively loaded with printable goodness!
We will be adding designs continually to our Rubbernecker digital stamps collection so be sure to pop over and browse it every once in a while. We aim to make it easy and convenient to craft wherever and whenever the mood strikes and these new digital stamps give you even more opportunity!