Friday, September 28, 2012

Something a little "TRICKY" and a give away of a little "TREAT ""

As promised we have a little treat to giveaway .... Cherry did a stunning job creating a simple but beautiful Christmas card .. using Large Pine (click on the link for more details)

 
 The Winner is Angela Fletcher - Please email marketing@therubbercafe.com with your mailing address . 

The "Treat" was given now its time for the "Trick"
Check out what Kristine made ....


Have you ever made a Center Stair step card?  Splitcoast stampers has a great tutorial, here are the  Directions for the card . 
I challenge you this week to take this tutorial or any of the other wonderful tutorials on Splitcoast Stampers and make your not so standard card. 
I will suggest that if you do not have a scor-pal it makes those tutorials a lot easier .I kept this one simple so you could focus on that adorable Lab from the Where's my Treat set from The Rubber Cafe.


Here's a close up look at that adorable dog!
I colored the image with alcohol markers and glued everything together with Scrap Happy Glue.


Have you tried a Center Step Card yet?
Once you make your first one you'll be hooked! They look great with very little effort because of their unusual design.  Create the card base, add paper, images and embellishments and you're done!

Here's a look at another sample the Bat House using the center stair step technique. Just click on the link above .

Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Stamping!



Supplies:
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe' - Where's my Treat 
Paper: The Rubber Cafe' - Pugnacious White Paper,  My Minds Eye Mischievous pattern paper, Bazzill Basic Cardstock
Ink: Memento tuxedo Black dye ink, Alcohol Markers,
Adhesives: The Rubber Cafe' - Scrap Happy Glue
Embellishments: May Arts Ribbon, Spellbinders dies
Tools: Score-Pal

 

2 comments:

Karen T said...

Such a cute card! I love these stairstep cards but have yet to make one myself. I just may take you up on your challenge!! :)

Karen T said...

Congratulations Angela! - lucky girl!!