Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Pointing

Good morning, Steph here with a Magnolia stamp - Pointing Tilda. This image is so sweet and is quick and easy to color. I wonder what she is pointing to - perhaps the Christmas Tree or even some gift she wants. Whatever it is she is pointing to, I do love her.

I colored her with Copic Markers after first stamping her in Black Memento Ink on Cryogen white cardstock.


I inked around the image with Antique Linen Distress Ink before matting it with red and black cardstock.   The mini charm will be in the store soon - it's a gift package with "for you" on the little tag. 





Thank you for visiting.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Monochromatic Tilda

Hi, 
Pi here again for another terrific Tuesday card - LOL!


This week I was in the mood for monochromatic and vintage. As you can see I coloured my Winter Skating Tilda with all my E-copics. You will now be able to find copics in the store. Unfortunately, they won't be able to ship outside US:( What's up with that? Don't they see that we also need copics across the borders:)

The design paper layered on the card is from graphic 45 Olde curiosity shoppe, which can also be found in the store.

  The all the papers are distressed with TH tool and then edged with vintage photo. The base of the card is smooth kraft paper by Neenha. In between the papers are a piece of card stock in sand colour that has been dry embossed with TH damask embossing folder. To make the embossing pop  a bit I just ran the ink pad over the raised parts.

I wanted to show off the gorgeous paper from G45 and therefore not many embellishment made it on to the card. However, some box pleated ribbon by Melissa Frances and some I am roses flowers was just plainly necessary. Tilda is also appearing to be sitting on a ribbon by may arts in pink champagne.

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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Peach Picking Tilda

Happy Saturday, Everyone! Don't ya just love them? It's my "get out of the house" day. 

Not too much to say today...just a cutie Tilda to share with you.  This image is a lot of fun to color, but I kind of have that thinking toward the Magnolia images. I think that's one reason why they're so popular.


The Rubber Buggy Supplies:
Coloring-Copics, Coming Soon!

Thank you for visiting

Friday, October 26, 2012

A Little Bit Country

Hi Everyone.  Dawn here on this fabulous Friday with my post for The Rubber Buggy, to show you some more inspiration using some wonderful stamps and products from the Store. Today I used a stamp from Sarah Kay called " A Little Bit Country  ".
 


My card is 4 1//4 x 5 1/2 .   I stamped my image using Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto some Cryogen CS.  I then colored my image in using copics.   I used a Dutch Doily Rectangle Frame die from Cheery Lynn to create my frame for my colored image. I did not add anything else as I wanted the colored image to be spotlighted.

See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  The challenge blog will soon be up and running, so keep checking back to see what awesome challenges we have in store for you all.....

Happy Stamping!!!!!


Thursday, October 25, 2012

May all your dreams come true...

Hey Everyone,
         It's thursday once again and I hope you all are doing great. I made a 3D box card to share with you today. The 3D box is made with bazzill cardstock and I cut the front to make a nice window using my die cutting tool and I adhered a recycled acetate for the window front to make it look like a glass window. This card can be folded flat easily, I love making interactive cards and this one is one of my favorite to make. I might change the photo later on when I took the picture it was late so I couldn't capture the good lighting(photo already updated).  I used Cocco with present by Magnolia stamps. I colored the adorable bear with copic markers. I used some die cuts from my cricut to add in this project. For embellishments I added Chandelier Garland, rhinestones, eyelashes trim, a flower that I made and a crown princess metal charm. Also, for designer paper I used Magnolia paper Rainbow bumble bee. To finish it off I stamped a sentiment and that's about it. I hope you like this 3D box card that I enjoyed making. Have a good one :)


 
 
 

 

Products I used for this card you can find it here @ The Rubber Buggy

Rubber Stamp:
Cocco with Present by Magnolia stamps
Patterned papers:
Embellishments:
Metal charm: Coming soon

Thanks, for stopping by!
Hugs Jas
 

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Loving Couple

Good morning, Steph here with Jack and Ginger, a sweet stamp by Mo Manning. I have always loved this stamp.  It's great to see love in all it's glory even for the older age group!

Since I wanted to color the image with Copic Markers, I first stamped the image with Memento Black Ink. I have found this to be the perfect ink when using Copic Markers as it doesn't bleed.  As I wanted the image to stand out, I chose not to add any embellishments to the card.



After die cutting the image, I lightly added some Antique Linen Distress Ink around the edges, then added a coordinating mat. This was then added to the card with foam adhesives for dimension.  I slipped the sentiment underneath.

Thank you for visiting.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Sporty Tilda


Hi everyone!!
Pi here with a Tilda stamp from The Winner takes it all collection 2011.


Today I'll show you how I made the background for Magnolia Golf Tilda stamp, the collection includes several adorable stamps for different sports.

I coloured her with copic markers and paper pieced her shirt with Magnolia paper. The pants are from scraps in my stash.

So, may be that most of you probably already practise this technique, but I just started this (if you don't yet know this by me - I'm always the last one to jump at a trend). Anyway, I started with white card stock and tore the stick side of a post it note to utilise as a mask.

Put the post it as high as you'd like the background to be.
 Then use your colour of choice, I used distress inks, but it should be able to work with any spray or mist if you like. I have not worked with that many brands of inks, but please add to the list if you know more. I started with Bundled sage and added Peeled paint to the edges and side were I wanted "shadow" underneath my swinging Tilda:)

Notice one side is darker than the other
When you are satisfied with the amount of colour, remove the post it note and behold the result.

Background - Done!

 In the end I also added with pencils grass , but I think I liked it better without... If you compare the pics below... What do you think?

Without pencilled grass...
With pencilled grasss...

I layered some ribbon bows on top of each other and added some stick pins to the mess. I also managed to get some of the gorgeous Magnolia chandelier garland in green to the mix.

The banner with the stamped sentiment is hand cut with scissors and layered with the same paper as the base of the card. To finish it of I added a butterfly charm in Tibetan silver.

Products used from the Rubber Buggy Store:

Thank you for visiting
Hugs Pi

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Nurse Tilda

Happy Weekend!! Anyone headed out to do something fallish? Have a favorite fall treat? Pulling out the fall wardrobe? I love this time of year. We visited West Virginia last weekend and it was a gorgeous drive. 

For this card I used the Nurse Tilda from Magnolia. With nurses in my family, I knew it was a must for my collection. It is a quick one to color and perfect for birthdays, thank you, and appreciation week. The rest of the products were pulled from my stash.

Products from The Rubber Buggy:

Thank you for visiting!

Friday, October 19, 2012

Jill is Two

Hi Everyone. Dawn here on this fabulous Friday with my post for The Rubber Buggy, to show you some more inspiration using some wonderful stamps and products from the Store. Today I used  Mo Manning JILL IS TWO Rubber Stamp.

Here is my project:

My card is 6" square.  I started out with a piece of card stock that was 6 x 12 and scored it at 6 and folded along the scored line.  I stamped my image using Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto some Cryogen CS.  I then colored Jill is Two in using copics.   I cut her out and double matted her. I added some silver corners and a couple pearls and a bow.

See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  The challenge blog will soon be up and running, so keep checking back to see what awesome challenges we have in store for you all.....

Happy Stamping!!!!!

Thursday, October 18, 2012

You're simply the best - Using Magnolia stamp Cool Edwin

Hey Everyone,
I'm back with another project to share with you today and I made a tag and I used the rubber stamp Cool Edwin  by Magnolia stamp. I used copic markers to color Edwin and added designer paper for the background and one of the paper that I used Paper Ice cream Plaid sweet rainbow  by Magnolia. I enjoyed creating this tag and love how it turned out. I used few other stamps that I have to create a little background and for embellishments I added button, twine and big eyelet. To finish the tag I distressed the paper with my distressing tool and distressed it with my ink. I hope you like this tag that I made :)

 
Products I used for this card you can find it here @ The Rubber Buggy
 
Magnolia Rubber Stamp:
 
Magnolia Patterned paper:
 

Thanks for stopping by
Hugs Jas

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Dancing queen Tilda

 
Hi y'all!
Pi here, coming with another card with a wonderful Magnolia stamp.
I give you - Dancing queen Tilda!



Don't you just have to fall in love with her. I'm getting so addicted to Magnolia stamps, the details of them are beyond amazing! I have of course coloured her with my copics:) 

The design paper is Almanac from Prima, which I layered on black cardstock. The base of the card is sand and is double folded so there is an inside to the card as well. The inside also has design paper layered on black, but on top of that I layered one of the journaling cards from the Almanac collection and fussy cut a butterfly from the design paper. You will find the Almanac paper at the store.

Back to the front, behind Tilda there is a bird cage hiding. I also fastened a fleur de lie charm to the top with a double loop ring. I made a ribbon bow and layered several IAR petals on top of it. As corners I put quarters of a doily. I put some single pearls in two of the corners and also blinged up the bird cage and I could not resist putting some pearls as her necklace and bling in her hair.


I hope you enjoyed the card and found some inspiration.
And if you, like me, is becoming a Magnolia fan, check out the rubber buggy store - they have a great selection of Magnolia stamps!



Thank you for visiting!

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Autumn Splendor

Good morning, Steph here and fall is defnitely in the air.

Today, I chose to take this Bil Malarna stamp and pair her with some DCWV papers to create an Autumn look. I paired the Copic color choices with the backgrounds I planned to use.   The rich colors of the papers, coordinate beautifully with this stamped image.

 
Since I wanted the image to stand out, I cut it out, then mounted it on some beige pattern paper before adhering her to the card.  Foam adhesives help her pop.


The sentiment is from the DCWV stack and seemed just fitting for this card.

Thank you for visiting today and don't forget to stop by the Store for some awesome products.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Swine Flue

Ok, the title of this stamp by Mo Manning just cracks me up! :) I think it would cheer anyone who was under the weather. I decided to go bright and cheery with the theme hoping that it would bring a smile. 

A lot of "stash" was used for this card. The bumble-bee paper is from Magnolia. I paired it up with 2 other brands from my collection. I printed "get well" off of the computer, added some bling, and kept it fairly simple.

 
Products from The Rubber Buggy:
 
Thank you for visiting!

Friday, October 12, 2012

Merry Christmas

 Hi Everyone. Dawn here on this fabulous Friday with my post for The Rubber Buggy, to show you some more inspiration using some wonderful stamps and products from the Store. Today I used Magnolia Dancing With Stars Tilda.

Here is my project:




My card is 6" square.  I started out with a piece of card stock that was 6 x 12 and scored it at 6 and folded along the scored line.  I stamped my image using Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto some Cryogen CS.  I then colored Tilda in using copics.   I used a die and cut her out and for a mat behind her.  I added some lace and ribbon. For the finishing touch, I added some  Magnolia Shabby Chic Chandelier Garland Red and paper flowers and a charm, which will soon be available in the store.

A closer look at my colored image:


Copics used E11, E00, E000, R20, E27, E25, E23, E21, C3, C1, C0, G28, G24, G21, R27, R24, R22

I had fun creating this card because Tilda is what got me started in stamping and using Copics.  I am so glad to be able to create some great projects using some great products.  Check out the STORE to see what is available. 

See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  The challenge blog will soon be up and running, so keep checking back to see what awesome challenges we have in store for you all.....

Happy Stamping!!!!!



Thursday, October 11, 2012

You're so special...

Hey Everyone,
        So happy to be back here again to share a card that I made. I used Mo Manning stamp (For my special "bud"). I colored her with copic markers and I tried to match the design paper that I used if I'm not mistaken it's from Magnolia collection paper. Also, I added ribbon on the side of the card and flower with Magnolia chandelier garland then I stamped sentiment on the kraft cardstock. I have a video on my YT channel if you would like to see on how I color and create this card. I hope you like this one :)

 
Products I used for this card you can find it here @ The Rubber Buggy
Rubber Stamp:
Mo Manning stamp (For my special "bud") - Coming soon
Patterned paper:
Magnolia paper - Coming soon
Embellishments:
Flowers - Coming soon
Thanks for stopping by
Hugs Jas
 
 

Wednesday, October 10, 2012


Hi, Pi here!

As a newbie to Magnolia stamps I'm covering new grounds - and I love it! They are so cute and such quality stamps. This adorable guy is Edwin and he wants a hug:)


The paper on the card is from Bo Bunnys "welcome home" 6x6 paper pad. Perfect for card making!
I have layered the design paper on blue and green card stock. I tried (I say tried because I have mixed feelings about the result, on one hand I'm really unhappy since the sizes came out all wrong. On the other, I'm really pleased they are all round... Let me tell you it was not as easy as I imagined - LOL!) to make my own pearls with one of those pens which you press lightly and something similar to glue forms a flat back pearl.


You can tell I'm inspired by the month of October and made a ribbon embellishment in brown instead of pink. The key charms is from my stash and the tab is a die by Tim Holtz. I stamped "Hugs" with an alphabet set I've had for a while. Tied together with some twine and hot glued to the ribbon.


Once again I used this gorgeous super dimensional paper flower, coming soon in the store. I sprayed it with perfect pearl and is so fantastically shimmery, its a shame I'm not able to capture it in the photos! I teamed it with a cherry blossom and a leaf sprayed with LSG a bit ó bubbly with go perfect with the paper and home made stick pin. Of course I can not do without the Magnolia chandelier garland - I used white, but they come in many superb colours.   

The image is coloured with a mix of promarkers
and copic alcohol pens
I did have a hard time not embellish this card to much, afraid I would go to much girly. But I'm pleased in the end.

Thanks for visiting!!
Be sure to stop by The Rubber Buggy for supplies and check out the rest of my DT fellows!

Thank you for visiting!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Sending Warm Fuzzies

Good morning, Steph here and it's starting to get colder here in New York.  I find that's the perfect time to start Christmas cards.

I love my Magnolia stamps and the Rubber Buggy has lots in stock, and more coming.  Kellie sent me this beauty and I loved coloring her with Copic Markers.




Using cardstock and some awesome Magnolia papers - Chandelier garland and New England Stripe, I created an envelope card.  This is not too complicated, but you do need to pull out your Scor-pal for those lines perfectly.  I cut 2 pieces of black cardstock each 4 1/2" x 11".   Scoring each at the 5 1/2" spot, I folded them to create the cards.  I then adhered one piece behind the other creating a 3 sided card, then I cut the outer pieces on an angle to create the front flaps and added pattern paper on top.
 

 
I cut white cardstock to fit inside and stamped my sentiment on top.  The stamped image was added to an oval placed across the card where I also added some red and white Chandelier Garland.
 
 
 
Thank you for visiting today and don't forget to check out the Store for some fabulous goodies.

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Cocco With Present

Hello from Indiana! I'm so excited you stopped by to check out the designs from our team. Haven't they been great? Kellie has been a dear to work with and has oodles of great products in her new store. (More is coming, too)!!! When she told us our design team packages were coming in the mail, it was like waiting for Christmas. LOL! 

This little guy is Cocco. So cute! I had watched a tutorial on "dot coloring" with Copics and thought he needed to be colored that way. So, I gave it a world. Need a little bit more practice, but was pretty pleased with the first attempt. 

Products found at The Rubber Buggy:
Flowers-Coming Soon!
Bling Garland-Coming Soon!

Thank you for visiting.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Sitting Angel Tilda

 Hi Everyone.  Dawn here on this fabulous Friday with my first post as a DT member at The Rubber Buggy.  I am thrilled to be here. I was sent a wonderful assortment of products that are in the Store.

Here is my first project:


My card is 6" square.  I started out with a piece of card stock that was 6 x 12 and scored it at 6 and folded along the scored line.  I stamped my image using Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto some Cryogen CS, I then stamped her a second time to create a mask so I could stamp the Bench for her to sit one.  I then colored Tilda in using copics.   I used a die and cut her out. I also added a border that was punched using a border punch.  I attached some ribbon and a bow and a charm. I also added some Prima roses in a teal and white..

A closer look at my colored image:

Copics used E11, E00, E000, R20, E47, E44, E43, E42, E40, BG72, BG10, BG0000, E27, E25, E23, E21, C3, C1, C0

I had fun creating this card because Tilda is what got me started in stamping and using Copics.  I am so glad to be able to create some great projects using some great products.  Check out the STORE to see what is available. 

See you all back next Friday with some more inspiration.  The challenge blog will soon be up and running, so keep checking back to see what awesome challenges we have in store for you all.....

Happy Stamping!!!!!

Dawn



Thursday, October 4, 2012

Christmas is just around the corner...

Hey Everyone,

          Jas here :) I'm excited to share my first card that I made using The Rubber Buggy products. Thanks Kellie for choosing me as one of your design team member. I chose Christmas theme for this card and I used the Magnolia Cocco with Present rubber stamped image. I colored the adorable bear with my copic markers and then added shimmers on the image. For the background paper I used the Magnolia papers and for the embellishments I used doilie, tulle, flowers and chandelier garland. I hope you like this card that I made :)

 
Products I used for this card you can find it here @ The Rubber Buggy
Rubber Stamp:
Cocco with Present by Magnolia stamps
Patterned papers:
Embellishments:
Flowers: Coming soon
Thanks, for stopping by!
Hugs Jas
 
 

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Roses for you

Good morning, Steph here with my first post as a DT member at the Rubber Buggy. I am truly thrilled to be here. Kellie sent me a wonderful assortment of products from the store and I'm pleased to share my first project.

I created a  5 1/2" square card by cutting cardstock 5 1/2" x 11" and using my Scor-Pal to create the perfect fold.  Using "I Forgot", a Bild Malarna stamp, I colored her with Copic Markers and then cut her out.



I wanted the stamp to sit prominently so I placed her on top of a double oval for a little dimension.  The paper roses are gorgous and were begging for a little color, so I lightly inked the edges with brown ink then added some glitter.


Here's a look at the glittered roses.  I love how irridiscent it appears on the roses.




Supplies:
Stamp: Bild Malarna "I Forgot" - coming soon
Pattern paper:  Magnolia Sweet Rainbow
Magnolia Ice Princess
Paper flowers - coming soon
Sprinkles Chunky Glitter:  Clearsnap
Cardstock: Worldwin
Die cuts: Spellbinders
Ink: Memento, Clearsnap
Markers: Copic Markers
Scoring Tool:  Scor-Pal

Don't forget to check out all the fun goodies in the store and be sure to stop by every day to see all the great projects the design team has been working on.

Thank you for visiting. 

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

 Hi!
So glad you found your way to The Rubber Buggy's blog.

This is my first post ever as part of a design team and I had a blast!
I'm Pi and I'm from Sweden, Gothenburg. Gothenburg is app 1h drive from Borås, where Magnolia is manufactured.  Yet I have never used any of their products?!

So imagine my excitement when my DT package arrived and I found this little qutie - LOL!
I know it's October and we have both Halloween and Thanksgiving to go, but I could not resist making a Christmas card.






I coloured my stamped image with alcohol pens and teamed the Magnolia paper with some more Swedes, lovely vintage brown from Maja Design. Her little sign is paper pieced as I coloured it with distress ink in burshed corduroy and edged with vintage photo. By accident I also had to paper piece her head, but it turned out great as her plaids got some dimension:)
I had super fun colouring all the details on this stamp and I tried a new colour combo on her hair.



Paper flowers pimped with lots of perfect pearls and fine glitter

 Kellie sent me some wonderful paper flowers that I sprayed with perfect pearls, there are so much shimmer I need to learn how to take pictures that shows it properly.


A "bauble" and the lovely Magnolia chandelier garlands a bit frosted

For the Magnolia paper red ornaments I got the idea to make a Christmas bauble. I used the smallest round fragment charm from Tim Holtz and backed it with the paper. Then I dipped the top in distress crackle paint, rock candy and sprinkled some crystal glitter by Martha Stewart to make it look like frost. It worked and the crackles were really effective, unfortunately the crackle paint has a hard time staying on the fragment charm, but it turned out to be very fragile - just like ice:)

I also sprinkled some crystal glitter on the Magnolia chandelier garlands (that I don't think I now could live without!)  to "frost" them.


More ice:)

In my stash I also had some acrylic pointy charm that I turned into an icicle by dipping it in distress crackle paint and again sprinkle with glitter.

Products used on this card:
Magnolia Chandelier Garland - red (coming soon in the Rubber Buggy store)
Paper flowers - coming soon in the Rubber Buggy store

I had so much fun making this card and I hope left you with some inspiration. Tomorrow Steph have something gorgeous to show you, so be sure to stop by again and later next week you must also return for a super fun challenge.

Thank you for visiting

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