Monday, March 31, 2008

Rubbernecker Sneak Peek!! RBC03 A Bit of Whimsy


Rubbernecker Stamp Company is pleased to announce that they have obtained distribution rights to KK Originals. Starting tomorrow, April 1st, KK Originals will be available for purchase on the
Rubbernecker site. However, today you will be able to see previews of
some of the images available, by visiting the blogs of the Rubbernecker Design Team. We've all made samples using KK Originals for the Rubbernecker Blog Challenge today.

If you're interested in participating in the challenge, just link your Rubbernecker or Stamp Oasis project to Jeanne's Blog Inky Paws.

***No Blog? That’s OK too! Just link your project from any online gallery!!!

Rules, past challenges and blog button can be found –>HERE

All qualifying entries will be entered into a monthly drawing for

a $25 Rubber Bucks Certificate from Rubbernecker Stamp Co.

This week’s Challenge - Make a card using these colors: Pink, Lavender and Green

If you would like to see more cards created with these colors and with some of the new Rubbernecker images, check out the following Design Team Members' cards:

Sherry, Broni, Candy, Shelly, Jeanne, Linda, Leslie

All the images were colored with copics. I colored two flowers and cut out and raised one of them for a bit more dimension. The hearts and flower are also blinged up a bit with the quickie glue pen and ultrafine crystal glitter. Each circle and the oval are raised with scotch dimensional tape, and are edged with Ranger Milled Lavender Distress Ink. The buckle is by Scrap Essentials that I got from Jo Ann's.

Supplies:
Stamps - Rubbernecker KK Originals Heart Flower - 423-1, Squiggle heart -419-c, Small Dot Heart - 421-c, Plaid Heart - 418-c, color text
Paper - Autumn Leaves DP, SU Purely Pomegranate, Almost Amethyst, Certainly Celery, Papertrey White
Ink - Ranger Black Soot and Milled Lavender Distress Ink
Accessories: Copics, quickie glue pen, ultrafine crystal glitter, nestabilities, buckle, grossgrain ribbon, K&Company rhinestone stickers, SU window and corner ticket punches, scotch dimensional tape

Be sure to check back tomorrow too. I'll have another KK original for you to see.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Spritzed Cone.....A Ways to use it Challenge


I was sooooo excited when I saw the ways to use it challenge on Splitcoaststampers today!! Julia is encouraging everyone to just *spray it* since April is fast approaching!! Well, I LOVE spritzing my stamps with water after coloring and thumping.

Here's what I did for this card....First I inked up my Paper Inspirations Brushed cone flower stamp. I don't think they're normally red, but I was in a *red* mood today. I'm really happy with the colors!! Actually irl the cone is a much richer chocolate and the reds are deeper, but I'm not a pro at photography!! Anyway, back to the details. I inked up the whole image in Cranberry Crisp, and colored over the cone with my Choc. Chip SU marker, and the leaves with my SU Always Artichoke.

The thumping I referred to is just randomly dropping the marker in strategic places on the image. I usually drop it in the middle a couple of times, and around a few edges. It gives the image more depth. (I used my SU Choc. Chip marker this time) I then spritzed the image three times with a fine mist spray bottle (it's very important to use a fine mist spray, otherwise the colors will bleed into each other too much and you'll get mud. Believe me....this was my second attempt with this image. My spray bottle decided to have an attitude the first time I tried!! My first resulted in mud!! LOL) and stamped it on watercolor paper. I also Ink distressed the edges of each layer a tad with Ranger Walnut Distress Ink.

The butterfly image is a Hero Arts stamp from their clear design Thinking of you set, as is the sentiment. I colored it with copics and it's stamens are just the edging of black SU grossgrain ribbon. I liked the richness of the SU choc. chip wide satin ribbon as the backdrop for the Rusty Pickle Twine ribbon!! I loved the contrast of the two. That's why I added the Robin's Nest Pebbles too. Elegant with rustic!! The papers are Memory Box Flirt!! LOVE them...I have them all!! The Frame is from a Memory Boutique Hardware Kit.

If you haven't checked out Michelle's new store home....you need to!! It's gorgeous!!! Organized!! and best of all........it has TONS of GOODIES!! Just click on the pretty Stamper's Dream button on the right!

Supplies:
Stamps - Paper Inspirations Brushed Coneflower, Hero Arts Thinking of you messages
Paper - SU Choc. Chip, Creamy Caramel, Memory Box Flirt, Watercolor
Ink - SU Choc. Chip, Cranberry Crisp, Always Artichoke, Ranger Walnut Distress Ink
Accessories - Nestabilities petite ovals, SU satin ribbon, Rusty Pickle ribbon, Robin's Nest Pebbles, brads, fine mist spray bottle, scotch dimensional tape

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Rubbernecker Bucks Winner 3-26-08

Oh.....I loved all the different color combos!! There were some that I never even thought of. I have to admit to a love of pink/brown, lt blue/brown, and monochromatic greens and browns!! There are some really fun combos that I'm definitely going to have to try in the future!! Thanks for taking the time to share your color combo ideas.


Now, for the winner!! The Random Integer Generator picked #21.
congrats

Gretchen!!
gretchenhs said...

I love Kelley green and blues. Yum!

Email me at stamps4fun@hotmail.com and I'll give you the code to claim your treasure at Rubbernecker!!

Happy Stamping everyone!!!

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

It's Spring!!! Blog Candy too!!

piurate ship
It's Treasure Hunt Tuesday at Rubbernecker!! The first clue can be found at Kittie's Blog - Kittie Kraft


Rubbernecker Bucks!!!

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Dave has offered us some $10 Rubber Buck (good for Stamp Oasis and Rubbernecker stamps only) gift certificates to use as Blog Candy.
To win this blog candy, all you have to do is tell me your favorite color combo. I will randomly draw a number and post the winner on Wednesday by noon. Good luck!! Head on over to the following DT members' blogs for more chances to win.

Other Rubbernecker DT members offering Blog Candy:

Broni - Splashes of Watercolor
Linda - Linda's Works of Heart

Now for the card.....All I did was stamp the tulip image and sentiment on Very Vanilla CS with Ranger Black Soot Distress Ink....and since it takes about 5 minutes to dry, I was able to emboss it with black embossing powder. I colored the tulips with watercolor pencils, and cut out around the frame and raised it with scotch dimensional tape. I ink distressed all the edges with Ranger Walnut Distress Ink.

Supplies:
Stamps - Rubbernecker Tulips
Paper - Blush Blossom, Bravo Burgandy, Very Vanilla, Black
Ink - Ranger Black Soot and Walnut Distress Ink
Accessories - Black ep, watercolor pencils, Rusty Pickle lace Ribbon, sponge, SU corner ticket punch, scotch dimensional tape

Flap Fold Purse

I'm finally letting you all in on some awesome news about my dear friend Michelle Rodgers!!! She now has her own webstore Stamper's Dream!!! Woo-Hoo!! Ya gotta go check it out!! She has a huge variety of stamps, awesome dp's and wonderful accessories. She's offering some terrific blog candy on her blog too found HERE!

Ever have one of those days where nothing seems to flow? Yeah, me too. I actually started this flap fold card yesterday morning and didn't complete it until I was dead on my feet at 11:00 PM. So I'm finally getting it uploaded. I made this card for the Technique Challenge on Splitcoaststampers found HERE.
This fold reminded me of a little purse, thus the basicgrey ribbon at the top. tfl

The Hello flower is from a Hero Arts set called Framed Hello!! Check it out....it has a thank you sentiment and birthday sentiment too. I added the *friend* sentiment to the bottom. It's also by Hero Arts. It comes with a slew of sentiments all in one package, and all with awesome fonts found HERE. The dp is by Memory Box...it's from the Arial collection. I have all the Memory Box papers....LOVE THEM!!! I also embossed the top panel with cuttlebug's Bird's and Swirls folder. I thought the birds went perfectly with the dp!!

Images and dp can be found at Stamper's Dream
www.stampersdream.com


Supplies:
Stamps - Hero Arts - Framed Hello, Clear Design Heartfelt messages
Paper - Certainly Celery, Close to Cocoa, Memory Box Arial
Ink - Choc. Chip, Ranger Walnut and Antique Linen Distress Ink
Accessories: brads, basicgrey ribbon, sakura quickie glue pen, ultrafine crystal glitter, scor-pal, cuttlebug embossing folder

Monday, March 24, 2008

My Hero!! RBC02

Man the days are just flying by. Sorry I haven't posted in awhile, but my family and I went camping for 5 glorious days. We had gorgeous weather and plenty of wildlife to keep us entertained. Now, it's back to stamping again!!

It's time once again to do a Rubbernecker Blogger Challenge hosted by Jeanne S. If you're interested, just link your Rubbernecker or Stamp Oasis project to Jeanne's Blog Inky Paws.

***No Blog? That’s OK too! Just link your project from any online gallery!!!

Rules, past challenges and blog button can be found –>HERE

All qualifying entries will be entered into a monthly drawing for

a $25 Rubber Bucks Certificate from Rubbernecker Stamp Co.

This week’s Challenge - Make a card using these colors:

Tan (or light brown), Red, Light Blue


Check out these cards by some fabulous Rubbernecker Design Team members!!

Sherry, Broni, Candy, Shelly, Jeanne



Meet Quentin!! He is one tough Cowboy with a soft heart. Isn't he just the sweetest? You can find him in the Rubbernecker Little Lovin's Kids section. I stamped him with Versafine Black Onyx and watercolored with my color pencils, and ink distressed the edges with Ranger Walnut Distress Ink. The stars and charm are from my good friend Frances!! Thanks a bunch Hoots.



Supplies:
Stamps - Rubbernecker - Quentin, Hero Text
Paper - SU Choc. Chip, Creamy Caramel, Watercolor, Memory Box Flirt
Ink - Versafine Black Onyx, Ranger Walnut Distress Ink
Accessories - Stars(Print Blocks Paper Studs), Charm (Karen Foster Designs), Wide Gingham ribbon, hole punch, Oval Nestabilities, Watercolor Pencils, blending pen, Distressing tool, twine

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Easter Egg Hunt at Rubbernecker!!

EASTER BUNNY

It’s Easter Bunny Treasure Hunt Tuesday @ Rubbernecker Stamp Co . The Bunny 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. For your first clue, head on over to Jeanne's Blog: Inky Paws


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!

***For more chances to win blog candy go check out:

Sherry’s blog

and

Shelly’s blog

I'm so excited!!! Leslie Miller and Linda Duke are going to be Guest Designers for Rubbernecker!! And Shelly is now an official member!! Woo-Hoo!! I have their blogs linked on the right. Ya gotta go check them out if you haven't already. These girls are outstanding stampers, and their blogs are awesome!!





Isn't this chick adorable?!?! His name is Chip, and can be found at Rubbernecker Stamp Company. I paper pieced his egg the last time I used this stamp, so I wanted you to see that you can color it too. The sign is a stamp from Rubbernecker's Winter Holiday section called Holiday Sign Post. I just cut off the post and added the greetings part from the Christmas sentiment Holiday Greetings. The flowers are a variety of punches by SU, CarlaCraft and EK Success. I used a sakura sparkle gellyroll pen for the faux stitching.

Supplies:
Stamps - Rubbernecker - Chip, Holiday Greetings
Paper - Memory Box Layette Collection, Bazzill, Papertrey White, SU Certainly Celery, Lovely Lilac
Ink - Ranger Black Soot Distress Ink
Accessories - Flower punches, rhinestone brads, ribbon, copics, nestabilities, scotch dimensional tape, hot glue, hole punch

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Vellum Challenged!!!


Hey Ya'll!! I know...it's been forever since I've posted. So sorry! It's been crazy trying to get all my Design Team projects done for Splitcoast. But now that that's done, it's time for Monday's challenge that I do with a small group of SCS friends. This week we were to use vellum. Now I'm extremely vellum challenged. Extremely!!! So this was very hard for me. And ya wanna know the craziest part of this challenge? I'm the one who came up with it!! Yeah!! I know....I have a few loose!! I needed the push to get past my phobia!! Sorry for the dark photo. I took this at night and had a hard time even editing it. *groan* I'm exhausted and am ready to go to bed, so this is it!

The vellum is covering the back panel of dp and I stamped the sentiment with black stazon onto a narrow strip of vellum. The flower was inked up with Going gray and edged and thumped with a black marker. I spritzed it about two times and stamped it on SU shimmering white. That's about the gist of it. The Heartfelt sentiment stamp can be found at Stamper's Dream. The set has a variety of sentiments for just about any occassion, and the fonts are sooo fun. It even has some flowers, hearts, a butterfly and leaves!! I LOVE this set!!

Supplies:
Stamps - Penny Black Brush Hydrangea, Hero Arts Clear Design Heartfelt Messages
Paper - Crate Paper: Crate Avenue Collection, River Rock, Shimmering White, Black
Ink - Going Gray, Black, Black Stazon
Accessories - Vellum, American Craft Elements brads, Making Memories ribbon, dimensional tape

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Rubbernecker Blog Candy Winner!!!

Sorry I'm late guys!!! I had to go outta town and just got in and went to straight to my computer!!! I have a WINNER to announce!! It's Sheila....she was comment #14!!
#14
Love your card. It's your extra details that make it great.

Congrats Sheila!! Email me at stamps4fun@hotmail.com and I'll give you the code you'll need to claim your gift certificate!!

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Hang in there for the Treasure!!

treasure

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 Tuesday (8:00 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. Read a little bit further down for the the Treasure Hunt Clue.

While you are on the Rubbernecker Homepage make sure and read about the Rubbernecker 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 Bucks!!!

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Okay!!! Here's the deal!! Rubbernecker has soooooo many awesome deals going on right now, you can not afford to miss visiting their site. Dave has offered us some $10 Rubber Buck (good for Stamp Oasis and Rubbernecker stamps only) gift certificates to use as Blog Candy.
To win this blog candy, all you have to do is leave a comment and the number of your comment. I will randomly draw a number and post the winner on Wednesday by noon. Good luck!! Head on over to the following DT members' blogs for more chances to win.

Other Rubbernecker DT members offering Blog Candy:

Frances - StampOwl's Studio
Kittie - Kittie Kraft
Broni - Splashes of Watercolor




Rubbernecker Stamp Show Demonstrators Needed

Product demonstrators are needed for some of the shows to work with Dave and the Rubbernecker Team. If this is something you’d be interested in please check –>HERE



I'm so excited!! I have the first clue for you today!! I love the Rubbernecker frogs!! I love their expressive eyes and all the unique places they find themselves in!! So, go find that treasure ya'll!! Happy hunting!!


Now for the deets for this card. All I did was stamp the frog image on Papertrey White CS, color it with copics and coat him with 3D crystal lacquer. I decided to give this guy a toad look. Doncha think he may be trying to get this flower for a princess in hopes that he'll get a kiss? I know...corny, huh? I still liked the idea of coloring him brown for a change. For the flower I used the Sakura Quickie Glue pen to attach ultrafine crystal glitter. The teeny rhinestone stickers are from Amuse. And the DP is Deja Views Little Ones Collections. I used the SU key tag punch to cut out the sentiment and the double circle punch to attach the ribbon.

Supplies:
Stamps - Frog Hanging from Flower,
Hang in there
Paper - Papertrey White, Deja Views, SU Certainly Celery
Ink - Ranger Black Soot Distress Ink
Accessories - 3D Crystal lacquer, Sakura Quickie Glue Pen, Ultrafine Crystal Glitter, SU key tag punch, SU double circle punch, Offray Ribbon, Copics

Sunday, March 9, 2008

A web in springtime


It's time for another challenge that I do every Monday with a few of my goofy SCS friends. And this was a goofy challenge. Once a month we pick an unusual name from SCS and make a card fitting their name and then we send it to them. Well, this month Cindy picked the name mwebb (Mary)...that means we had to make a card with a web on it, and it's not even close to halloween. Talk about a challenge. Well, this is my only web and spider stamp, so here is my mwebb card. This actually is perfect timing because it is Mary's birthday today!! Happy Birthday Mary.

If you'd like to see what the others did for this challenge, click HERE.

I did a bit of masking on this card, and colored it with my Prisma watercolor pencils and my SU blending pen. On the inside I stamped *Just dropped by to say hi* by Rubbernecker Stamp Company.


Supplies:
Stamps - SU Feathered Hope, Penny Black Halloween Night, Art Impressions (girl and fence)
Paper - SU Kraft, Cranberry Crisp, watercolor
Ink - Versafine black onyx, Ranger Tea Dye and Walnut Distress Ink
Accessories - Prisma watercolor pencils, Quickie glue pen, ultrafine glitter, SU cranberry crisp stitched ribbon, sponge

Blush Feature


I love doing the Featured Stamper challenge on Splitcoast when I have an opportunity. This week parisotremba is featured! She has a gallery filled with adorable creations. I chose to case this one: papertrey flowers

Before I clicked on her card, the dp appeared to me to have brads running up the sides. It didn't, but it gave me the idea to add the brads to mine.

Changes: Colors, dp, Stamp image, added brads, sentiment charm instead of vellum, added piercing and ink distressing

This gorgeous stamp by Penny Black, and and paper by Memory Box, can be found at Stamper's Dream!!

Supplies:
Stamps: Penny black Blush
Paper: Memory Box Homespun, Bazzill, SU vanilla
Ink: Cameo Coral, Rose Red, Always Artichoke, Choc. chip, Ranger Frayed Burlap Distress Ink
Accessories: Blue Moon Heart and Soul Charm (found in jewelry section at Michaels), Mat Pack, piercing tool, sponge, Making Memories cord, scotch dimensional tape

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Create!!

It's Wednesday, and that means a sketch challenge on SCS. I love doing their sketches when I have the time. This week, I had the colors picked out...no problem. Knew the stamps I wanted to use....no problem. Embellishing....now that was a problem. I had the hardest time putting this all together. When I finally got my flowers to look right, I messed it up with the butterflies. They're adorable and easy to stamp with since they're clear, I was just in too big of a hurry to get this card done. They come with the Hero Arts Heartfelt Messages set. Grrr. Couldn't figure out what primas, if any to use in the corner....and it definitely needed something there. The bg peach piece...still not happy with it, but I just stopped. Didn't know what else to do. Anyway...I stamped the Penny Black flowers in Cameo Coral, and *thumped* them with Rose Red. The stems are Always Artichoke. I then spritzed them about 4 times and stamped them on Bazzill. All the paper is Bazzill btw, except the brown...it's SU Choc. Chip. I stamped the sentiment with SU Choc. Chip too. The flourish is Cameo Coral, stamped off. The flowers, flourish and butterflies all have Sakura Stardust on them, but it doesn't show up in the pictures. I found the charm at michaels in the jewelry section. It's by Bluemoon Beads, Heart and Soul. It comes with 4 other birds too. The corner piece was embossed with the new cuttlebug embossing folder Diamonds in the Rough. I think it looks like it was weaved. I loved the effect. All the panels were ink distressed with Ranger Old Paper and Walnut Distress inks. Thanks for stopping by!!!!!

Supplies:
Stamps - Hero Arts Clear Design Treasure the Moments , Hero Arts Clear Design Heartfelt Messages, Penny Black Ascent
Paper - Bazzill, SU Choc. Chip
Ink - SU Cameo Coral, Rose Red, Choc. Chip, Ranger Walnut and Old Paper Distress Ink
Accessories - Primas, brads, Sakura Clear Stardust pen, Cuttlebug Diamonds in the Rough Embossing folder, SU corner ticket punch, SU slot punch, Bluemoon Charm, Organdy Ribbon, Sponge

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Sweet Treasure!!

Ahoy ye mateys!pirate smilies

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 Tuesday (8:00 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. Go to Candy's blog, Candy's Land, for your first clue.

While you are on the Rubbernecker Homepage make sure and read about the Rubbernecker 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!

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

Rubbernecker Bucks!!!

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Okay!!! Here's the deal!! Rubbernecker has soooooo many awesome deals going on right now, you can not afford to miss visiting their site. Dave has offered us some $10 Rubber Buck (good for Stamp Oasis and Rubbernecker stamps only) gift certificates to use as Blog Candy. Head on over to the following DT members' blogs to find out how to win.
Candy
Jeanne
Shelly
Sherry


Rubbernecker Stamp Show Demonstrators Needed

Product demonstrators are needed for some of the shows to work with Dave and the Rubbernecker Team. If this is something you’d be interested in please check –>HERE





Now for a card. I first coated SU choc. Chip cs with a good thick layer of Frayed Burlap Crackle paint. After it dried, at stamped the RN beehive on it with Timber Stazon and colored it with copics. I think the copics gave it a more realistic look. I then cutout the hive and framed it with black. The bg is just two pieces of Always Artichoke that I randomly cut with scissors and embossed with one of the new Cuttlebug embossing folders birds and swirls...I'm always forgetting the names. The tan bg was stamped with the swirly bg from RN, and the *sweet* sentiment was taken from the larger *hive sweet hive* sign. I ink distressed the card with Ranger Walnut distress ink.

Supplies:
Stamps - Rubbernecker Grand Bee Skep, Petite and Grand Hive Sweet Hive, Swirly bg
Paper - Black, River Rock, Choc. Chip, Always Artichoke
Ink - Ranger Walnut Distress ink, Adirondack Latte, Timber Stazon
Accessories - Frayed burlap crackle paint, brads, copics, sponge, SU oval punches, twill ribbon, Tim Holtz Retractable Craft Pick, Scotch Dimensional Tape

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Shaving Cream?


Each Monday a small group of 8 of us SCSers do a challenge that was assigned a month before. This week we were to use the Shaving cream technique. I used SU's Rose Red and Choc. Chip reinkers, on Papertrey white cs, to get the effect of the scallop and my photo corner. The pink is Bazzill and the brown is SU's Choc. Chip. I ink distressed the edges with Ranger Walnut Distress Ink, paper pierced with Tim's Holtz's retractable craft pick, added pink Adornit jewel droplets that I got from Eclectic Paperie, and colored my Elzybell image with copics. Isn't this image sweet? I'm a huge Elzybell's fan!! Huge I tell ya!! Love them.

I made the dots with Souffle Pens and I put coffee ice stickles on the back of the button and glued it on with hot glue. (The button was a gift from Cammie - I used another button....thanks for the inspiration Cam) I also used a corner rounder on the bottom corner.

Supplies:
Stamps - Elzybell's: Daisy Bunch, Daisy Trio, Happy Birthday
Paper - Bazzill, SU Choc. Chip, Papertrey White
Ink - Ranger Black Soot and Walnut Distress Ink
Accessories - Nestabilities, Retractable Craft Pick, Souffle pens (white, pink), Adornit jewels, SU clear button, ribbon, SU mat pack, sponge, Scotch Dimensional tape, Coffee Ice and Grape Ice stickles
 
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