Here’s our last Fall themed card for this month and it’s a cutie! We hope you’ve enjoyed seeing all our Fall projects and have been inspired to try out your favorite Fall themed card using one of the designs you saw this month. Check back tomorrow for a little roundup and to learn what next month’s theme will be! Natasha shared that she totally fell in love with our entire collection of Woodland Animals stamps and dies and really wanted […]Continue Reading
Get Some Copic Marker Background Tips!
Today we are sharing some fantastic Copic marker background tips that will make you look like a pro! We are so excited to learn some Copic marker background tricks today from Carol that really help any stamped image pop right off the card. From adding essential shadows to creating a vibrant, shaded dark background, these simple techniques are mainstays in card making. Let’s get right to it because they are so easy and so effective! First, Carol stamped our Snowman […]Continue Reading
Create a Copic Marker Sky – Northern Lights Edition!
We hope you are buckled in because today’s Stamp Along With Rubbernecker from Preeti is all about creating a Copic marker sky colored to look like breathtaking Northern Lights. We don’t know how she does it, but Preeti is once again giving us amazing tips and tricks to follow along as she creates pure magic. There are plenty of crafters who show off what THEY can do and we feel so lucky to have Preeti to show us what WE […]Continue Reading
A Very Cute Slimline Snowman Card!
Isn’t this slimline snowman card so fun? We love that Annie has combined the clean lines of the square frame die with the gently curving hills and the crisp outlines of the snowmen with that dreamy wintry background – can’t you just almost smell the snow? Let’s take a look at how Annie created this card for us. First, she stamped the tree from Wintery Friends Stamp Set across a 3″ X 8″ panel of white card stock using Versafine […]Continue Reading
Colorful and Unique Thank you Cards
We are just loving that these incredibly colorful and unique thank you cards were made using a new slimline background stamp that we created as a fall themed item and – VOILA! – it’s a thank you card! Isn’t is delicious? And our designer said that aside of the coloring of the background image, which for those of us who love to color is ALL the fun!, this card is super simple to make. This is another one of those […]Continue Reading
Coffee Lovers Blog Hop – Fall & Winter 2020
Welcome to the Fall & Winter 2020 Coffee Lovers Blog Hop! We love this hop because, as you can see from our huge collection of coffee related goodies, we LOVE coffee! And we LOVE how our designers turn our stamps and dies into such fun coffee themed cards! Let’s take a look at this hop’s collection….. First, Lisa has given us a card that speaks the truth – adulting IS hard sometimes. And coffee might not fix it but it […]Continue Reading
How to Choose Copic Marker Colors For Your Background Stamps
Today our Copic QUEEN Michelle is going to help us figure out how to choose Copic marker colors using two of our background stamps as examples. Copic markers come in just about every single shade in the rainbow and choosing how to make them work together for artwork quality coloring can be daunting until you know some of the tricks. Michelle is so generous to share her particular magic with us! To start, Michelle suggests that you color through the […]Continue Reading
Fall Slimline Card Background – Video Tutorial!
Ready for a fantastic Fall slimline card background colored right before your eyes? Are you just LOVING these slimline background stamps? We know other companies offer them in polymer, but we just feel that backgrounds in red rubber stamp so much cleaner. The way it compresses when you stamp gives you an even solid, even image every time. We even have new 9×4 acrylic blocks made specifically for our slimline backgrounds. If you haven’t tried these yet, you just HAVE […]Continue Reading
Fall Slimline Background-For the Coloring Addict!
You guys are in for a treat today, as we color up another awesome stamp – this time a Fall Slimline background – for you! Michelle uses such vibrant colors, they make our eyes happy. Follow along below for steps on how to create, and check back next Tuesday for a video of her coloring this up! On the areas that are orange work from dark to light with a range of a red, two yellow reds and a yellow. […]Continue Reading
Cute Honeybee Slimline Card!
Happy Saturday – today we are sharing a super cute honeybee slimline card from one of our talented designers. We just love all the adorable details she’s incorporated. We love the blended Color Fuse backgrounds she’s created in the three little windows – that ink just blends so well and the colors were all designed to work together and you can really see that here. And we REALLY love the polka dots she stenciled on the white – doesn’t that […]Continue Reading
Coloring New Slimline Background Stamps
The only thing more exciting about our brand new slimline background stamps being here is seeing what everyone is doing with them! We sure hope your coloring fingers are ready! You are in for a real treat when you see what our super talented designer has done with our new Halloween slimline background stamp! As usual, Michelle, our Copic Expert, is sharing some great tips below in how she turned one of these new slimline background stamps into piece of […]Continue Reading
How to Color Darker Skin With Copic Markers
Happy Thursday our crafty friends – today Michelle is using a fun Rubbernecker image to show you how to color darker skin with Copic markers. Michelle tells us she has all sorts of of new images she will be using to show you even more Copic coloring tips and tricks so come back often! This is “Ethel Cooking” and our designer thought she was looking a little feisty. We agree! Ethel may be one of our “Old Characters” but she’s […]Continue Reading
Copic Marker Coloring Video Tutorial
As promised, here is a Copic Marker coloring video tutorial from our designer Michelle, walking you through a real-time coloring of “Murray with a Catch” from this project. He is one of our fun-loving “Old Characters” that adds the right amount of humor to any masculine card! We love seeing all of our stamps colored up beautifully and find it very therapeutic to watch someone as talented as Michelle use colors to bring an image to life. Watch below and […]Continue Reading
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 […]Continue Reading
Copic Marker Tips For Great Images!
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 […]Continue Reading
Skin Color Copic Markers For Darker Skin Tones
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 […]Continue Reading
A Slimline Summer Card – So Foxy!
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 […]Continue Reading
Another Copic Markers Skin Tone Tutorial!
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 […]Continue Reading
Monster Family Portrait
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 […]Continue Reading
Copic Coloring On Rubber Stamps!
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 […]Continue Reading
Bike On The Street Birthday
Hello Everyone! Doesn’t this Bike On The Street (1047-03) stamp make you think of summer days at the park? It does for us, especially the wonderful way Marilyn colored the bike, the trees, and the scene as a whole. The scene and her patternedContinue Reading