It’s Treasure Hunt Tuesday at Rubbernecker, and also RBC Challenge Tuesday. The treasure, if you find it, will be a free image! However, to receive the image a purchase of any size is required, and your treasure must be claimed between 4:00 am PST and 9:00 pm PST today. (That’s 7:00 am to 12:00 am on the East coast.) The first clue will be found on the Rubbernecker Home Page
When you head over to the Rubbernecker Home Page, check out these great deals:
*** Each month you can qualify to win $100 coupon good for Rubbernecker or Stamp Oasis stamps! For every $20 you spend, your name is entered once into a drawing.
*** For every $50 you spend on Rubbernecker, Stamp Oasis or KK Originals stamps, you get to choose a FREE stamp!
Are you ready for this week’s Rubbernecker Blogger Challenge? (RBC15)
The rules are simple. Link your finished challenge project on Jeanne’s blog using a Rubbernecker, Stamp Oasis or KK Original image and you’ll be entered in a monthly drawing. Enter as often as you like throughout the month.
***No Rubbernecker stamps? You can play anyway!!! You won’t be entered in the drawing but we’d love to see your artwork!
***No Blog? That’s OK too! Just link your project from any online gallery!!!
Rules, past challenges and blog button can be found –>HERE
All qualifying entries will be entered into a monthly drawing for
a $25 Rubber Bucks Certificate from Rubbernecker Stamp Co.
Tami is offering Rubbernecker blog candy this week, be sure to stop by her blog for details and to enter.
This weeks Rubbernecker Blogger Challenge is to use chipboard or grungeboard on your card. I combined it with the
Card Positioning Systems sketch challenge CPS #71 which is sponsored by Rubbernecker Stamp co. Stamp Oasis line.
Be sure to check out the other design team members blogs for their cards today:
The main image was inked with Versafine smokey gray and embossed with clear powder and colored with copic markers. It is matted on sand and then charcoal cardstock. The sage layer was dry brushed with Versafine vintage sepia ink. The Grunge board was painted with crackle paint, stamped with Stazon Jet Black and sponged with Distress Peeled Paint and Walnut Stain.
Images by Stamp Oasis: Forest Cathedral 1694 SO, Find your Path 1645 SO.
Supplies: Cardstock - Sage, Charcoal, Sand, GP White
Ink- Versafine Smokey Gray & Vintage Sepia, Tim Holtz Distress Walnut Stain, Peeled Paint, Stazon Black, Copic Markers
Accessories - Clear EP, Tim Holtz crackle paint/frayed burlap, TH Grungeboard/shapes plain