As part of being Guest Designer, I got to order some free product. What a deal, right? I am so happy that I got a bottle of The Rubber Cafe's Scrap Happy Sheer Glue. I really love it especially when I made these rolled flowers on my card. Here is how I did those:
I cut/embossed the middle sized flower from the Bitty Blossoms die template. Using a dry embosser stylus, I embossed the first 5 petals on the front side and then embossed the rest of the petals on the back. It will look like this:
Start rolling up the flower, using the stylus to help you get it started. When you have it all rolled up, place a few drops of glue on the bottom circle to glue the flower together. This is where the Scrap Happy Glue really works great.
Here is a close-up of the rolled flowers I made on the card. See those cute Pearl Jellie Dots I added in the middle of the flowers? The Scrap Happy Sheer Glue stayed tacky and allowed me to put those into place.
I just love this "Steampunk" Charity Wings set. First I stamped the dress form stamp onto the strip of vanilla cardstock. Then added a die I cut/embossed to created the dress. I stamped the wings and fussy cut them out. Then I added the wings on the back before adhering everything down. I used the Scrap Happy Sheer glue to attach the Pearl Jellie Dots.
The sentiment was stamped first and then cut/embossed using a banner from the Nested Pennants dies from Spellbinders Paper Arts.
Here is a shot of my completed project surrounded by The Rubber Cafe products I used.
I hope you have enjoyed my first guest designer post. I have really had a lot of fun creating with The Rubber Cafe products. Can't wait to show you some of my other creations!
Have a great day!
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe'- Steampunk Charity Wings
Paper: Misc Cardstock
Adhesives: The Rubber Cafe'- Scrap Happy Glue
Tools: Spellbinders - Bitty Blossoms dies
Embellishments: The Rubber Cafe' - Pearl Jelli Dots
Other: Lace, and tulle netting