Sunday, October 4, 2015

Art 'n Soul's Recycled Rubber Sale continues today (Sunday); there is quite a lot, and I mean a LOT, of gently used stamp and craft items for you to look at and purchase. Please help us reduce this huge lot of Recycled Rubber this month because we just don't know where we're going to put it all. I personally looked at some of it in the mid-afternoon yesterday and saw a lot of treasures yet to be discovered!

September's INSPIRATION STATION at Art 'n Soul continues into this month with a beautiful card by Carolyn. The INSPIRATION STATION features the Autumn Stamp Set from Hero Arts, as well as their Autumn Frame Cuts die set.

by Carolyn Gough
  • Apply alcohol inks to vellum with dauber (Bundled Sage; Barn Door; Red Mahogany)
  • Stamp leaves with VersaFine onto card stock and color with colored pencils. Trim with scissors.
  • Stamp sentiment onto card stock, cut out and distress with Bundled Sage Distress Ink.

While still thinking of fall, one of the Magenta Challenge Top Ten entrants for September was someone who used one of Dianne Johnson's zentangle stamp designs.

by Stephanie Severin for Magenta
Click on this link to Stephanie's blog for the how-to:

On the RubberMoon blog, check out Barb Rogers' cool looking card using alcohol inks.
by Barb Rogers for RubberMoon
Click on this link for the details:

On the Magenta blog, Bianca has made a lovely Christmas card using the new Magenta holiday templates, Nuance and a paste, i.e., Dreamweaver Stencil paste or IMAGINE Crafts' Creative Medium.

by Bianca van Noort, Design Team Magenta
Click on this link for the details:

Going back to Kristen Powers' RubberMoon classes at Art 'n Soul last weekend. Sunday's class included doing an alphabet letter on a 4-inch Art Square from Inchie Arts, as well as a hinged mini StampBord piece.

Whoops! Safari quit unexpectedly and wiped out a good portion of the posting, so I'm going to quit while I'm still ahead. I'll be back with what I was going to add.

Thanks for stopping by and see you soon!

3-week old Corgi puppies

No comments:

Post a Comment