Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Autumn's Glorious Color - Rubbernecker Stamps

Welcome back!  Today I'm sharing a colorful bouquet using a couple of the new layered floral stamps from the Rubbernecker shop!  Here's how I made it!

The Base:

  • I started this one with a purple base of a pre-cut card from The Paper Cut shop.  These are great pre-cut and scored bases that make it so easy to create a slimline card!  
  • My second orange layer is also from The Paper Cut Slimline Layers.  
  • And then I cut the plaid layer to fit with a slight orange border around it (8 3/16 x 3 3/16)
  • On top of the plaid, I popped up a panel of white cardstock cut using the scallop slimline die from the shop.
Next I created a layer of clouds to be the backdrop for my bouquet.

  • I cut a panel using the 2nd largest rectangle from the Slimline Nested Stitch Die.
  • Then I used the Slimline Clouds Dies to cut some cloud shapes from scrap cardstock.
  • I laid one of the cloud die cuts horizontally onto the rectangle panel and applied some Color Fuse Ink with a blending brush.

  • I kept moving the die cut(s) up the panel and also moving it horizontally so that the cloud lines would vary at each level.

  • All the way to the top!  Then I attached this panel over the scalloped layer.

The Bouquet:
  • I stamped the florals onto white cardstock and cut them out.
  • I cut the cup using the Coffee Cup base from some design paper that I thought looked a bit like a cup of water or a pretty blue vase.
  • I popped the cup up onto the cloudy base leaving room where I knew my sentiment would go.
  • Next the florals were added using various thicknesses of foam tape just like I would arrange flowers in a base.

The Sentiment:
  • I cut two banners using the second largest die from the banners set.  One from white and one from the same plaid I used on my base.
  • The sentiment from the Autumn Harvest set was stamped onto the white banner using a Misti in Magenta Color Fuse Ink.
  • The plaid banner was adhered to the card under the vase of flowers and the white was popped up and offset from the plaid.
  • Finally a few sequins and I was done!

I wish this bouquet was sitting on my table right now!  I'm not sure what Autumn flowers are purple, but there should be some because I love purple and orange so it definitely should be a thing... and today, it is!

Thank you so much for stopping and I hope you enjoyed it!  Come again soon for some more inspiration!

I've included links below to all of the Rubbernecker products I used for today's card.  Should you choose to purchase using these links I will receive a small compensation at no additional cost to you.  and thank you!


Claire (Mrs H) said...

Love everything about this. Them flowers are just perfect
Claire Mrs H's Crafty Corner

Verna Angerhofer said...

A beautiful slimline card design. Beautiful flowers.

María said...

What cool background and those flowers are fantastic. I love it. Hugs, María.