Showing posts from April, 2015

Recap April Pretties

Hello everyone! Welcome to the last day of the month where I'm showing some of the work created by the DT and myself, as usual. It's been yet another busy month here at Rubber Dance, so just lean back and enjoy the show :-) Rubber Dance Stamps & Noor! Design products = Match Made in Heaven :-) Nautical Shadow Box by Susanne Paper Lantern by Susanne ATB by Susanne  Resin decoration and jewelry by Irit Art Journal pages, etc: Projects with links to video tutorials: 12 Tags of 2015 - April, by Helen Allen - see video tutorial here Mixed Media Canvas. Watch Susanne's  video tutorial Art Journal. Watch Susanne's video tutorial here Art Journal. Watch Helen's video tutorial here Stamping and painting on acetate with Helen Allen, video tutorial Stampin

Fly Free with Rubber Dance birds

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my monthly Rubber Dance post.  This is Irit here and I hope to inspire you a bit with my Spring colors. This time I am going to share two  new art journal pages pages with A LOT of Rubber Dance stamps. This is a Spring time here and around this half of the world. So Spring and birds and flowers are the must when you are in this bright and high mood as I was when I made those art pages. First the art journal pages were covered with liquid gesso and when it was dry I added some texture with Tando masks and texture paste. The flowers  were added mostly on the right side and the arrows on the left, but then I added some flowers on the right side and wiped them so you just can see the down colors. I made a big piece of Gelli print paper with acrylic paints and then stamped RD A little birdie. . . stamps over this mono print paper and hand cut them to glue over the page. The rows of birds were stamped on the top of the page with bla

Til våre norske lesere (text in Norwegian)

Oppdatert 7. august: Beklager, men nå er det fullt på Team Scandinavia. Den norske bloggen finner du her: Ønsker du å være gjestedesigner for Rubber Dance Stamps? Da er det bare å ta kontakt! Skriv til Bibi på Husk å legge ved en lenke til din blogg så jeg kan se hva du lager. Alle gjestedesignere får gratis stempler de kan bruke.

Brusho ATCs by Majo

Hi everyone, it's Majo from the DT here today sharing some ATCs I've made:   I created the background with Brusho (first experience!) and stamped the beautiful sea creatures from the set "Something Fishy" with dark brown ink. I added some "bubbles" using the very versatile circles from the set "Round in Circles" and heat embossed them in silver. On one of the ATCs I left a little note from the crab: BRB! from the set "Sarcastic Superpower". I'm not sure where he's going ...., but he'll be right back! All the stamps can be found here: Have fun crafting! Majo

Rubber Dance Stamps with Acetate and Acrylics!

Hi everyone it is Helen here today sharing another video tutorial for you to try out. Todays two cards are stamped onto acetate sheets and coloured with acrylic paint.  This is a fun technique and I love how this has turned Katy's lovely Antique Botanicals into quite a modern and graphic card design…….and I have just realised that I have called the stamps vintage blooms on my video tutorial!!!!  Back in a jiffy!………I think I have sorted it out but if I revert in the tutorial to calling them vintage blooms just ignore me ;-) On with the cards!!! The card on the left has been made with a very old piece of acetate indeed - It has been in my craft room forever……..I think it would have been used to make slides for graph presentations many many moons ago!!!!  I wanted to show that you are not limited to plain acetate when you try this technique and that printed acetates can work too. As usual the inner matches the outer although this time I have left out the greeting as I thi

Giveaway Winners!

Helloooo, stampers! The day has come to draw THREE winners of my rubber stamp giveaway and I bet that no matter what I write here, nobody will read it because they've already scrolled down to see if their name has been drawn! *LOL* But if you're still with me, here's a little reminder of what the giveaway was all about: It was for all our blog followers, as a token of my appreciation for your support. All you had to do in order to get a chance to win, was to be (or become) a follower of this blog and leave a comment, telling me which three of Rubber Dance's stamp sets you like the most. If you won, I'd send you one of your fave sets. 34 people left a comment and it has been a delight reading all the sweet messages and kind words about this blog and my stamps. Thank you very, very much for that! ♥ I also want to welcome all our new followers - so nice to see you here! ♥ Remember that if you participated in this giveaway but don't win any stamps this time