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Welcome to the Rubbernecker Design Team Father’s Day blog hop. We have lots of fun masculine projects to share with you today to get you all inspired to make your Father’s Day cards. The prize for one lucky winner will be any Rubbernecker stamp set of their choice. All you have to do to qualify is follow the hop route and leave a comment at each post. When you are finished leave a comment on the design team blog stating you have completed the hop.
As a bonus we will draw an EXTRA winner for a STAMP SET of their choice, just for sharing our HOP on their Facebook page or Blog!! -After you have SHARED, just go back to the Stampin' Sisterhood Blog and let us know where you have SHARED our hop!! The winners will be announced on the design team blog on April 28.
I chose to play with images from the Guy Stuff Collection- Fishing Vest, Hanging Fish and Fishing Rod.
I stamped the vest three different times so I could layer the pockets, collar and sleeves to add dimension. I stamped the fish twice so I could add one more fish for interest. I painted the images using Ranger Distress reinkers mixed with water and cut them out . Hint: I put a tiny dot of reinker right in the lid of the ink pad and use the lid like a palette. When I finish I just put the lid on the pad and the remaining reinker will be there when I need it the next time. No waste.
I created a simple water background on watercolor paper using Distress ink, a sponge, a mask and a hand cut cloud template. I used the mini fern stamp from my Kittie Kits Outdoor Master to add a little grassy ground area.
I created a double matted frame to mount over the scene and attached to the card base using mounting tape. I attached the images to the scene and frame to complete. I thought the cutest little touch was adding thread to the fishing rod.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you have a great time checking out all the wonderful projects our design team has to share with you today.
- Charlene Merrick
- Ellen Taylor
- Jacquie Peifer
- Jen Charboneau
- Jennifer Cuthbertson
- Joan Ervin
- Judy Rozema
- Julia Aston
- Karen Hunsaker
- Kecia Waters
- Kittie Caracciolo (that's me)
- Stampin' Sisterhood
Paper: Unknown Textured Paper, Artichoke, Watercolor
Ink: Ranger Distress Ink, Forest Moss, Brushed Corduroy, Tumbled Glass, Fired Brick, Aged Mahogany, Scattered Straw