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It’s TREASURE HUNT TUESDAY @ RUBBERNECKER. The Treasure if you find it, will be a free image. However, to receive the Treasure a purchase of any size is required, and your treasure must be claimed between 4:00 am PST until 9:00 pm PST today (7:00 am EST – 12:00 am EST). Not only is today Treasure Hunt Day, but for every $50 in stamps purchased, you will receive one FREE stamp. You can check out more information on the Rubbernecker Home Page.

While you are on the Rubbernecker Homepage make sure and read about the Rubber Bucks Monthly Drawing AND the FREE stamp offer:

*** Each month you can qualify to win $100 coupon good for Rubbernecker or Stamp Oasis stamps! For every $20 you spend, your name is entered once into a drawing.

*** For every $50 you spend on Rubbernecker, Stamp Oasis or KK Originals stamps, you get to choose a FREE stamp!

Rubbernecker also has Rubbernecker Buck Gift Certificates to give away as Blog Candy!!! These are redeemable for any stamps in the Rubbernecker, Stamp Oasis or KK Original sections!


This week’s Blog Candy links:

Jeanne Streiff

Sherry Cheever

Shelly Kuck

Candy Williams

The first clue will be on Candy’s blog. 

The Technique Lover’s Challenge on SCS today was to dry emboss on vellum.  I thought flowers, etc but finally decided to dry emboss the hat, holster and boots on the little cowboy image.  I stamped him with Black Brilliance and heat dried.  I turned the image, ran wax paper over the image and stylus and dry embossed the full areas. I colored the image with Copic Markers.  I did a background sheet for behind the cowboy and hand sketched a fence and added sage brush from the Cowboy collection.  I colored all the images on the back panel with Copic markers as well.  The vellum didn’t let as much of the scene show up in the background so I went over the images a little with Copic’s on the vellum just to add some punch. OK…I know I should have thought flowers for this as a nice full blossom would have been so pretty dry embossed.  Well….that would have been better but not as challenging to me.  What a fun image.  Check out this link to Linda Black’s blog for a great picture tutorial on how this technique is done.


Stamps:  Rubbernecker-Cowboy Collection

Paper: Burgundy, Black, White, Vellum

Ink:  Black Brilliance

Accessories:  Copic Markers, Copic Multiliner, Stylus, Wax Paper, Paper Piercing Pad, Gingham, Brads, Distressing Tool, Xyron

I’m sorry I didn’t do a picture of the supplies.  I got home from work late and just didn’t have the time.