It's first Thursday at Red Rubber Designs!! What does that mean? Well, it means new stamps are being released, the Design Team will be featuring one stamp for their projects, and a blog hop with a contest!
The DT is featuring stamping from this Every Leaf set - -which, honestly, is like one of my most favorites leaf stamps ever. (As you can see on my first project where I went a little nuts stamping and cutting it out.) My actual construction details are at the bottom of this post.~~~~~~~~~~~~~
On to the Blog Hop contest details:
Each blog on the hop (except the Red Rubber Designs Blog) has one word that will complete a phrase somewhere in their blog hop post. Once you find all six words (that's a hint!) put them together to form a phrase. You may have to rearrange them a little bit!
Note: The word you need from each blog will be obvious if you read carefully.... it looks just a little different from the rest of the letters!
Once you figure it out, email the phrase to contest@RedRubberDesigns.com and be sure to put your name and email address in the email with the phrase. Every correct answer will be entered into a drawing for the featured stamp set - "Every Leaf" - and one winner will be chosen at random. Good luck! Contest ends Sunday, July 8th at Midnight (US-CDT)
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(There will be a post with contest details)
As I said, there's new stamps being released at RRD. You can check them all out HERE.
The details for my projects are as follows:
Wreath: I stamped my leaf on kraft construction paper various times in different colors of Palette inks. I cut the leaves out and added glitter to the edges. I then created my tag by adding layers of color to the tag itself before stamping my leaf onto it. I added this wonderful fall quote that comes with the One Leaf set onto kraft paper and attached it to the metal frame.
A little ribbon and acorn charm were attached to the top.
The final step was to create a wreath with all the leaves I had cut out by arranging them around my tag.
Card: This time I stamped my leaf on grungeboard (you can use heavy cardstock or chipboard). I added color to it with markers and then cut it out.