Rubber Stamping Ideas

I should show you the newest ones first huh??

So anyways, I have been stamping cards up a storm.  I went to the Rubber Stamp Convention at the Puyallup fair and bought this stamp from oh I can't remember  the designer.  Oh but they had a card in my July edition of "Card Maker" magazine.  Oh now that I look at the bugs they don't look the same.  I'll have to find out who the artist is before I can post the card. bummer.  I was right it is the same designer.  after all my research I found the company that I bought the stamps from it is "Alota Rubber Stamps".

So here's my Card.  I used the "Stampn' Up!" Punch leftovers from a different card I was making.  I used  "Stickel's" diamond glitter for highlighting and colored the bugs with "SU" Markers:  And a reflections cling stamp for the words. a sweet but simple card.

1.  When rubber rubber stamping make sure you clean your stamps before you put them away, otherwise the next person to use them may not like the color you used.

2.  Keep your Stamps out of the sun.

3. Scrap paper keep that, you may never know when you may want to make a card with that color and you only need a little piece.

This is a card I made with scraps.  My friend had been using a die cut machine that cut out butterflies and I asked her for the Shape scrap, then I used a flower background stamp and applied the scrap and punched out a smaller butterfly from different paper, and added a cute paper clip for the antenna's and bling on the punched butterfly. Then I punched the bottom front of the card and sponged it.  And there you have it.
The stamps, the punches were Stampn' Up! brand.

I use all different papers and bling for my projects the following card I used (Recollections) Primary Printed papers red with white polkadots.  Really cute when I saw it.  I had already stamped some cherries (Stampn' Up! stamps)  for another project and had some left over and some (Recollections) buttons and bling.