Sunday, November 13, 2011

Holiday Hopping With Rubbernecker Stamps

This is my second post for today. If you are here for the Really Reasonable Ribbon November Blog Hop, CLICK HERE or scroll down one post (also a Rubbernecker card)!

Welcome to the Rubbernecker Stamps Holiday Hop! Thank you SO much for joining us. Our hop today will be filled with holiday fun to inspire you to start those holiday projects! 

If you arrived here from Joan's blog, you are in the right place! If not, start at the beginning at Bev's blog so you don't miss out on the Sisterhood's awesome projects AND be entered into a RANDOM drawing for your choice of ONE Rubbernecker Stamps SET!!  

Yes, you read right!!  A SET, not a single!!  Now, how AWESOME is that?!  Mr. Rubbernecker wants you to be able to choose, so you will LOVE what you get!!  We know that you are busy, so you will have until Thursday, November 17, to hop and comment.  Our winner will be announced on the RUBBERNECKER BLOG on Friday, November 18.

On to my card. I wanted to make a holiday card with stamps that you might not necessarily think of as holiday stamps. I chose Create A Garden Set 2 and made a little poinsettia planter with pine boughs:
Sweet and simple. I LOVE the DCWV Christmas Glitter Matstack! The colors in it are beautiful and perfect when you want to add some sparkle without mess! :)

The Stampin' Sisterhood at Rubbernecker Stamps also has a BIT of exciting news to share!  We will be starting some AWESOME Rubbernecker challenges next Sunday, November 20th and hope you will join us for SISTERHOOD  SUNDAYS!! Who knows?  You could win a prize on Sunday too!  Thanks again for stopping by~

On to Julia's blog, where you will love what she has made!

Stamps: Create A Garden 2 by Rubbernecker Stamps
Paper: PTI White, DCWV Christmas Glitter Matstack, Merry Little Christmas (MME)
Ink: VersaColor Raspberry, Green Tea, Encore Metallic Gold, Copics
Accessories: dew drops. Spellbinders dies, snowflake trim (May Arts) Diamond Satin White (Really Reasonable Ribbon)

61 comments:

  1. Oh you are one clever girl. I love your little potted poinsettia!

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  2. Lovely card, thank you for sharing it.

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  3. Look at you being so clever and creative by thinking outside of the box with this fabulous floral stamp set! I love it, Judy and will have to try this myself with this set! Very festive and pretty!

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  4. How creatively you've used the flower set Judy! I love the pot of poinsettias and pine! Your text papers sets the image off so well!

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  5. Beautiful card! Love the dp. Such a great idea with the garden set. Thanks for the idea!

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  6. Ah Judy! What a great reminder that we can make holiday cards with this flower set. I love your card and your post of poinsettias with pine. Kittie

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  7. Your little pot of poinsettias is adorable, Judy... I can't believe I don't have that set...gotta fix that!!!

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  8. Well, aren't you the clever one! Love this pot of poinsetias, Judy! Thanks for the inspiration! I think I need this set!

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  9. You have totally rocked the creative endeavor this week! This poinsettia planter is divine! I haven't played with that set since earlier in the Summer ... and didn't even stop to think that there's actually a Christmas set hiding in there! Love it!

    Happy new week, Judy!
    ~Bev

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  10. Wow! Love your potted poinsettia! Very pretty card and I like the pretty lacy band!

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  11. Really neat! I love re-purposing and you did it with your stamp! Nice design too!

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  12. I love how clever this is...now I'm looking at that set in an entirely different way!

    You rocked the hop!

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  13. Great card! Love that poinsettia planter you created!
    DeniseB

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  14. How cute - putting the poinsettias in a little planter! Love it!

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  15. I love the colors in this card and how the poinsettias become the focal with a background of white. Awesome job Judy TFS
    Sue

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  16. Like your pretty planter and bet I would like that glitzy paper too.

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  17. what a fabulous card! love the image and the papers!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

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  18. very different, but very pretty

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  19. Not only is this REALLY PRETTY, but I want to run and get out my sets, and try this!

    BEAUTIFULLY DONE, Judy!!

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  20. I like this card. A good way to use the pot stamp.

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  21. I love the non-traditional style of your card. It's awesome :)

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  22. This is beautiful, Judy! I love the papers you used and those flowers are amazing! Well done!

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  23. What a good idea! The poinsettia planter is very nice!

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  24. What a great way to use that set, Judy! Super creation.

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  25. I love planters. And I think it works really well with the word paper. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  26. The colorful lacy red band adds a great bit of brightness!

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  27. What a great idea using non christmassy stamps! Love that card!

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  28. What a creative way to use those stamps. I love it! The background dp is beautiful too.

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  29. Love the use of the sayings as your DP. Its not overwhelming at all.. its perfect :D

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  30. Judy, as always, your card is super sweet and lovely in the Christmasy details.Thanks for sharing your pretty card

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  31. Oh wow, that little poinsettia is just darling. You've obviously carried over all your Rubber Tapestry skill to work with that set.

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  32. What a beautiful card! Thanks for another way to use peg stamps!

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  33. Love your style...had to look at the rest of your cards...all quite beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

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  34. Great idea with the garden stamp, lovely papers and design. Will visit your blog again. Thanks!

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  35. Such a pretty card~ looking forward to the challenges!

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  36. Gorgeous!! Such a simple image spotlighted by the red scallop border, coordinated background and bling.

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  37. Your background paper almost looks like a tapestry. Makes for a beautiful card.

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  38. Christmasy! Love it!!!

    This makes me want to go and create! Thanks for sharing!

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  39. Well done. The poinsettias are a great focal point.

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  40. Very pretty! I love the non-traditional look mixed with the traditional colors.

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  41. A very creative and lovely poinsettia acard! Well done!

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  42. Great way to get double duty out of your stamps. Nice!

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  43. Very pretty..I need to check into that paper and love the stamp!

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  44. Great paper and like the layout....the poinsettia look beautiful.....Nicely done.

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  45. What a pretty card! Love the flower pot and the wonderful dp! Ina Eisen

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