Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Masculine birthday card for The Rubber Buggy

Hi everyone!

I'm here with a masculine birthday card for The Rubber Buggy.


I used the seashore collection by Prima marketing from last year. Some of the products are out of stock, but Kellie is always stocking up the store with the newest and latest.

I've always found it tricky with masculine cards, but this came together quite easily. The dark and earthy colors were perfect. I stamped the birthday greeting and cut it out in the shape of a banner. I then glued it on a left over tag from the same colletion. It already came with the eyelet and twine. Underneath it it says "ohoy", a phrase I rarely use :) I then distressed all the papers and added a large sticker from the chipboard set and done!


Products used from the store:
Prima marketing 6x6 paper pad seashore (out of stock)
Prima marketing tags & tickets seashore (out of stock)
Prima marketing 12x12 chipboard stickers
Kaisercraft clearstamp Birthdays
Distress ink vintage photo
Lawn Fawn ink deep sea
Stamping supplies (doublesided tape, distress inking tool, scissors, acrylic block)


Don't forget to check out the design team call!

Thank you for visiting!

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Easter bunnies for The Rubber Buggy

Hi everyone!

I'm here with another DT-project for The Rubber Buggy.
Have you seen the lastest addition to the store? Dylusions!
I haven't actually played with any, I must admit - always the last one to join the party :p
But, I'm still playing with my latest addiction - LAWN FAWN :D


On this card I have in fact used their winter collection from last year - Snow days set.
But as you can see, there is nothing wintery about this scene :)

The background paper is scraps of cardstock. I cut some hills by free hand, but there is some great dies in the store if you rather have a perfect line.
However, the blue sky looked a little plain and of course I had already assembled all the elements.
I'm not entirely happy with the result, if you look closely, you'll notice that I have smudged some of the edges that's not blue cardstock too.  The small images are colored with copic markers and the trees are stamped with Lawn Fawn's new ink pads - you'll get great results, it's just me who didn't have a clean surface beneath. The title reads "Happy Easter" in Swedish, love Cole's ABC. You'll see that in a lot more projects to come.


Products used from the store:
Lawn Fawn stamp set SNOWY DAYS
Lawn Fawn die set SNOWY DAYS
Lawn Fawn die, COLE's ABC
Copic markers
Kaisercraft clear stamp TINY DOTS
Lawn Fawn ink MERMAID, FRESHLY CUT GRASS
Bazzill cardstock, ICY MINT, EASTER GRASS, GUMBALL

Don't forget to try out for the design team


Thanks for visiting!

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Graphic 45 card for The Rubber Buggy

Hi everyone!

I'm here with my DT-project for The Rubber Buggy, a card using Graphic 45 paper.




I used the Deluxe collection Baby to bride, both paper, chipboard and stickers. Don't you just love it when you have the whole package. The only thing I actually did was to distress all the edges with Victorian Velvet. Simple as that!

Products used from the store:
G45 Deluxe collection Baby to bride
WOC open roses 10mm
Distress ink Victorian velvet
Stamping supplies (doublesided tape, scissors, bonefolder, distress ink tool)

The Rubber Buggy is also looking for new DT-members, we get such generous deals and lot's of goodies to play with. Check it out HERE.

Thank you for visiting!