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? (RBC17)
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.
This weeks blogger challenge is to use ribbon in an unconventional way. The card base is celery, layered with Basic Grey Blush 6 x 6 paper pad. The flourish & foliage are from the Jeanne Streiff collection Swirl Flourish & Just Leaves. The sentiment is Stamp Oasis Petite Words collection. I used a corner rounder with the guard removed for the scallops and a circle scallop punch as the base for my ribbon rose. The punch was covered with double sided adhesive and then I started in the middle and folded the ribbon in half and fashioned the flower, twisting the ribbon occasionally. The variegated ribbon is May Arts and the Shirred Taffeta leaves are Making Memories I believe. The edges were distressed by dragging a toothbrush inked with TH Walnut Stain distress ink. I stamped the sentiment in Black Soot and colored the flat pearls using a Copic marker E04.
Be sure to check out the other design team members blogs for their cards today: