Saturday, May 19, 2012

A Garden of Delights with Rubbernecker Stamps

Welcome to the Rubbernecker Stamps' 
Stampin' Sisterhood Garden Hop! 
Today the Sisterhood is showcasing stamps of a "garden variety."  If you arrived here from Joan Ervin's beautiful blog, you are in the right spot! If not, start back at Anne Harmon's blog, because you will want to see each beautiful creation today, and have a chance at winning some fabulous prizes!

There are so many beautiful garden sets and individual floral stamps at Rubbernecker Stamps. I chose to make a card that really focused on the stamping and the stamps. I LOVE layers and designer paper and embellishments, but today I chose to just stamp!

I masked off a section of my cardstock and sponged Not Quite Navy and Rich Razzleberry ink in the background on Whisper White. I then stamped Floral #1 with the same two ink colors. The NQN image was stamped off first before adding it to the card while still masked. I took the masking off and then stamped the Rich Razzleberry images. I debated about adding a sentiment, but in the end decided to leave it for the inside of the card.

We are having a garden word search with our hop today and my word is DIG. Can you dig it?! Every hopper that leaves love along the way, collects the garden words from each blog, and leaves a comment at the Stampin' Sisterhood blog at the end of the hop (with email) will receive a code via email for 15% off your entire Rubbernecker order! There is much more fun to be had with more prizes too, so be sure to read all the deets at the end of the hop!

Now onto my lovely friend, Julia Aston, who has a gorgeous creation for you today! 
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18 comments:

  1. Wow!!! This "simply stamping" card packs a punch with those beautiful colors and your awesome design, Judy!! Very striking and beautiful!

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  2. Judy, those colors are so striking!! We chose the same image, but how different our cards are! Shows how versatile this little grouping of flowers really is! Lovely job on this CAS card!

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  3. LOVE,LOVE,Love the way you stamped this Judy! Simple marvelous colors too!

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  4. Wow,Judy! Awesome stamping!!! Love the placement of your images...and that color strip you created...WOW! Gorgeous card in every way!

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  5. wow - love the sketch and the masked sponging technique . Your card is stunning!

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  6. Well how clever you are. I love the look you achieved on this.

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  7. This is beautiful Judy! I feel like I'm at the ocean - gazing out to the sea with the sea grasses blowing in the breeze!

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  8. FREAKIN BRILLIANT TECHNIQUE, Judy!
    I love the colors--perfect use of that image, too!!

    Uber cool card!

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  9. Ditto what Juliana said! I can't wait to try this!

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  10. I agree with Julia...when I first saw your card, I thought about walking along the beach at sunset with all the lovely colors dancing over the water and the sand...loooove this, Judy...it's absolutely gorgeous!!!!!!!!

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  11. This is a lovely technique, Judy! I need to make myself stretch out some and try this. I always love the outcome when I see others. Beautiful and creative card. Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  12. That card is awesome. Just love the technique that you have used.

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  13. Beautiful technique. So peaceful.


    Tina
    aurathentic@gmail.com

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  14. i love the sponging and masking on your wonderful card!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

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  15. This is so pretty, Judy! I love the masking and that color combo is striking! Well done!

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  16. LOVE THIS!! Amazing how striking something can be without all the layers & add-ons. This is just gorgeous Judy!

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  17. Absolutely love the colors in this card, so stunning, TFS!

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