Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Rubbernecker Stamps - Challenge #27: Anything But A Card

Hello and happy Tuesday to all my lovely readers! Today I have some AHHH-MAZING news to share! I am just thrilled to have joined the ranks of the ridiculously talented Rubbernecker Stamps Design Team. Squeeee! Today is the first day of our new challenge, and my first project to share as part of the team.

Rubbernecker Challenges are posted bi-weekly, and run from Tuesday through the second Sunday following. Challenges are open to EVERYONE, and always have a theme. I'm part of the challenge team, so I'll have themed inspiration for you every other Tuesday. The rules are posted on the challenge blog.

Challenge #27 - Anything But A Card. I will admit, after joining up and beginning to learn my way around things, I was SUPER DUPER intimidated by this first challenge. If you've been here before, you know that I'm basically a card maker. So coming up with cool 3D type items (or, really, "anything but a card") always seems to be a major challenge for me. That being said, I really am pleased with how my project turned out today. (PHEW, right?!). :)






This lovely bouquet was very tricky to photograph. Because of the layered blooms, the movement of the wire stems, and 3D nature of the whole she-bang, I took about 50 photos from different angles trying to show off all the fun little details. I hope I caught them all!

Come on over and play along with us! We can't wait to see your fabulous "Anything But A Card" creations. You have until Sunday February 18th to link up HERE on the Rubbernecker Challenge Blog.

Supplies Used:

Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project. Compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support!

-Daisy rubber stamp set
-Daisy coordinating metal die
-Best Friends Etc. clear stamp set
-Freehand Border Mini rubber stamp set
-Small Frame die set
-Watercolor Butterfly rubber stamp set
-Rubbernecker Water Color Paper
-Miscellaneous supplies: Colored inks and water-based markers, Memento Rich Cocoa ink, adhesive rhinestone clusters from Fun Stamper's Journey, ribbon, picks, beads, and leaves from my stash, 26 gauge gold wire, 22 gauge green wire, foam tape, hot glue gun, and Scor-tape.

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2 people made my day!:

Lisa Lynn said...

Jen, this is gorgeous. Love the bright colors. I'm sure that this is a beautiful decoration piece at your house or a wonderful gift.

Cristena Bagne said...

This is so very beautiful!!! Love your project Jennifer!! And so happy you are on the team!! :)

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