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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Rock and Roll Humble Pie Style.....

****Second Post Today, Please Scroll Down for Penny's Challenges Card****
Rock and Roll Stamp Technique Tutorial for Humble Pie Stamps
I'm using these supplies to make a beautiful fall card, did you notice the Easter Eggs? Well, they will make my pumpkin, really! I was inspired to use the egg stamp from something Boni did a while back.

Step 1, is to load up your stamp with base color. Stamp image onto cardstock.

Step 2, after cleaning the stamp, roll the edges in a darker color, being careful to ink only the outer edges. Align the stamp over the base color image and stamp.


Step 3, cut your images out.

Step 4, adhere the pieces together using your favorite adhesive.

Step 5, cut the card to your desired measurements. Use your favorite embellies, stamps, and ribbons to complete the card. Here is my finished card using Easter egg stamps and the rock and roll stamping technique. I hope you give it a try. It does take just a little practice, but it gives a great touch to your images. Have fun!

14 comments:

  1. How in the heck do you take photos of both your hands????? Did someone else do the photographing!!!???

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  2. oh my, is this ever adorable...cuuute, cuuute, cuuute...luv it girl!

    enjoy *~*

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  3. Hey Kim, I'm sorry about not having stopped by this week (that dang house :-) ).
    Taking a minute to stop in and let you know that you did a great tutorial! Great technique and using Easter eggs, love it!

    hugs

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  4. OOO I like that!!! Love the idea and the card is beautiful!!

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  5. Simply amazing. Love the rustic look to this one.
    Hugs
    Tanya

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  6. What a fab idea hun - I can see me learning a lot from you....as well as getting an even bigger wishlist of stuff that I just have to have.
    Thanks for stopping by and following my blog hun.
    Catch you later
    Sam x

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  7. WOW - that is fab - thanks for the tip hun!!
    Hugs,
    Teri xx

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  8. Hi Kim, Love your card. Looking forward to being on the same DT for Digital Ink Co. I'm a Ky girl, too!

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  9. Don't you just love being able to use stamps for other projects than their intended use? LOL I made these pumpkins a while back and a Kaliedascope pad works great, but I love your tutorial. I also think you are wonder women to be able to take a photo of yours hands with who knows what other part of your body giggles. http://bonibleauxdesigns.blogspot.com/2009/09/halloween-or-easter.html

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  10. REally neat Kim...what an awesome idea, and it turned out great! : )

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  11. Wow Kim, I have those same stamp pads and stamps with that acrylic holder...well mine are snowmen and flakes lol, I went to a party a few years back and bought a bunch of stuff, might have to try this, looks really cool...oh yeah, I wanted to stop by personally and thank you for staying on with us at DICO...I so loved working with you, well letting you do all the work lol...thank you for real.
    hugz
    stitchy

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  12. How fun, I just LOVE the pumpkin from the egg stamps - now I'll have to drag this stamp set out again - TFS!

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