Showing posts from 2022

Summer Memory Mini Album by Farida

 Hello lovlies, wonderful to see you here again. Atthe place where I live, suddenly summer was over and the waether began to really autumn like - rainy and greyish. I made a couple of photos this summer, so I wanted to keep this memory in a little mini album.  The cover I decorarted using the textured sea creatures stamp set, that has been new in my stash :) So lovely stamp set.  I started by stamping the images with an alcohol friendly ink pad on to some marker paper. An dcoloured them in using my favourite colouring medium - the alcohl markers.  Love all this diffrent sea creatures that also comes in diffrent sizes in this set. And with colouring in a couple of them my sheet started to get so colourful, though I only used some muted colours.  On the back of my mini album I just added this two cuties.... ... and on the front some more :) Thank you for stopping by, have a wonderful day! Farida 

ATC cards inspiration by Kate

 Hi,  this is my last post for Rubber Dance, after many months of great fun with awesome stamps I had to leave because of other crafty responsibilities. As last post I created mixed media ATC cards. I used tons of different stamps. I love combination of dark background with simple black embossed images.  I hope you will be inspired. Kate

Autumn Silhouette by Angie Coomber

 Hi arty friends, Angie here with a paper silhouette for you. I've always been fascinated with these since I was a child and decided to create one with our lovely Carved Collection and Pencil Marks stamps - these are brilliant for paper cutting because of the simple designs. First I stamped the images on white mixed media paper. I cut out the smallest pieces with a craft knife before cutting the individual flowers and leaves with scissors - that way there is less risk of tearing the paper. For the background I chose an A5 piece of black card, which I splattered with a little bit of watered down white paint. Next I glued my cut out flowers and leaves onto the black card and used a silver gel pen to draw a single line around the edge just to frame the whole thing. Simple but effective I think? Until next time, hugs from Angie x Stamps used: Carved Collection #5 Carved Collection #1 Pencil Marks #3

Grungy Junk Journal

   Hi, I'm Vero (@Vero.kt) and welcome to today's inspiration. How's everybody? . I've been playing with some of the   Rubber Dance  designs to create a page in my Junk Journal.  I have used   Inky Friends , Pencil marks 3 and   Mixed media marks  1.   I  hope you like . On watercolor paper, I play with different spray inks to create a colorful layer and use a blow dryer to speed up the process. I choose a stencil and apply micro distress glaze (this medium is waterproof, so the surfaces you apply it to won't be affected by water. You can use it as a resist when applying watercolors or any water-based paint or ink) .) For that resistance effect, I choose some pigment and mica inks and apply them on my paper. I use a dryer to speed up the process and to add interest and depth to the page, I stamp different stamps with permanent ink . Later I stitch with the sewing machine to integrate the elements in the composition. One of the parts that I enjoy the most is the comp


  Hi friends!!  Josi Tomàs (@elbauldegiulietta) is writes to you. Who feels happy that autumn is here? Surely, despite the fact that we love summer so much, we are all happy to leave the heat behind, right?  And to welcome this beautiful season I'm sharing a new tutorial with softer colors and inspired by the beautiful autumn landscapes.   On this occasion, I leave you a video at normal speed so you can see little by litlle how I made the ATC's. I hope you like it... Tutorial   Hugs!!  There are the stamps I have used...   Twiggy Leaves Affirmations Grungy Borders    Old Book Page

How to design your own tissue paper for Mixedmedia by Priss

Hello, Hello!!! I'm  Priss  and I welcome you to a new tutorial. Today I'll show you how to design your own tissue paper to bring your mixed media backgrounds to life with the fabulous Rubber Dance stamps. First, let me show you some photos of the tissue papers you could design with this tutorial.  But if you're impatient and don't want to wait to get started, scroll to the bottom for the video tutorial. And now it's time to get your hands dirty and create your own decorated Tissue Papers.  You will need:  Tissue paper. Sorry, cause in the video I often call it Silk Paper. Permanent ink. I used Versafine Clair, but you could use your favorite. Just make sure that it's permanent.  Acrylic Paintings. Choose the colors you want. And of course your favorite Rubber Dance stamps. Let the fun begin... I really hope you like it and encourage you to create your own. Sorry about my English. Hugs, Priss ( My Posts  |  Instagram  |  Facebook ) Here are the stamps I used: Ma