Thursday, June 7, 2012

My New Addiction: The Rubber Cafe' Stamps on my Scrapbooking Pages!

For The Rubber Cafe Blog Hop 
with Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft  
You'll have a chance to win one of 3 prizes!!
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Hello, my dear stamping friends! Irit is here again with my favorites: using The Rubber Cafe stamps on my scrapbooking pages.  Most of us use stamps for cardmaking or Mixed Media.  I found that we can and Must stamp on our  scrapbooking pages too!  It's easy, gives you an opportunity to make your own pattens on 12 x 12 cardstock and patterned papers, and you can make your own custom frugal embellishments nobody has in stock and you feel totally artistic.
So go on! Stamp on your pages as I do.

In this post I am going to show you some more of my scrapbooking pages with stamped backgrounds, images and embellishments, all using The Rubber Cafe fantastic stamps!

The first page is my most possible Clean and Simple style (not really), made for my adorable Grandson Omer.



First I made this page without any stamping and it was really bare. So I made some pen stitching as  frames and and it  still was too bare. Then  I stamped. I used Basic Backgrounds 2  Dots stamp with some green ink , stamped  3 times over the basic cardstock. 3 is a good number for any Visual triangle we try to make on our pages.  And my page still was bare.  So I added this Love word from Fabulous Phrases set all around the page and Bingo, I love it and I think my layout is done!

Supplies:
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe- Fabulous Phrases, Basic Background 2
Paper: Basic Grey
Inks: Clearsnap
Adhesives: The Rubber Cafe -Scrap Happy Glue
Embellishments: Handmade Halo, Chipboard: A2Z Scraplets

My second  page  for today is all about shopping and the dress form from Steampunk  set was just perfect for the theme. .I also added a script  stamp from the Vintage Treasures set twice. Next I went back to my beloved Lines stamp from Basic Backgrounds 2 set and made 2 sections of lines for my hand writing.



Supplies:
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe- Basic Backgrounds 2, Steampunk, Vintage Treasures
Paper, tags: Basic Grey
Inks: Truffle Inx
Adhesives: The Rubber Cafe -Scrap Happy Glue
Embellishments: Resin flowers (Handmade Halo), Letters: American Crafts
Punches: Martha Stewart, EK Success
Other : Twine, Ribbon


And my last page for today, I  made with The Rubber Cafe Flueradidy 1 stamp.  I stamped it once with  Versamark Embossing ink and heat embossed with black embossing powder  and then I stamped a few more times for this watermark effect (not much seen on this photo...)


Supplies:
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe- Flueradidy 1
Paper:  Lily Bee Designs
Inks: Versamark  Watermark Embossing ink, & Wow Embossing powders
Adhesives: The Rubber Cafe'- Scrap Happy glue
Embellishments: Resin (Handmade Halo), Metal (Advantus), Buttons (Dress it Up),stickers, letters: Lily Bee Designs, Chipboard- A2Z Scraplets
Punches: EK Success, Martha Stewart
Other: Twine

Hope I inspired to a bit to stamp and scrap!
See you next week with some other than scrapbooking projects.





5 comments:

reneabouquets said...

FABulous job Irit! That first layout is so adorable!

Scrap It Girl, Kimberly said...

You always create such unique and beautiful layouts.. i love your style and passion.. awesome again.

Karen T said...

Great layouts! I love all your banners and flourishes!!

Nora Parker said...

I love the swirly flourish thingee!

Homespun Elegance said...

Irit what stunning layouts!! Thank you for posting about the Hop and the Rubber Cafe in our group!! <3

xoxoxox

Jessica @ www.homespunelegance.blogspot.com