Hello, my creative friends!
I'm excited to be guest designing for Blue Knight Rubber Stamps for the month of October!
I got to work with this company last year and I very much enjoyed creating with their beautiful, high quality stamps. I was eager to get started with the fun stamps that Lynn Anderson sent me this month.
For this post, I used this Blue Knight Rubber Stamps set:
I was asked to use each stamp set in two different ways. So... this first card is stamped and colored right out of the package, with no embellishing. Isn't is a fun image?
(I have to tell on myself here) I was totally done with this image, and just touching up a spot here and there with my Copics, and I drifted off. The marker was apparently quite still in one place on the image. Do you see it? Yep, the blooper on the tail of the beaver on the right!
This second card uses the same stamp set, but with some changes (and no bloopers), to make the two cards look different.
For the above card, I changed up to a 5" square shape, and added some strips of Washi Tape, along with one of the nice sentiments from the set.
Hope you like it, and are inspired to check out the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Blog (link below) for more inspiration from the design team!
Visit Blue Knight here:
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
And thank you to Lynn and Michelle at Blue Knight Rubber Stamps for the opportunity to work with your wonderful products!
Hugs and blessings,
LOVE those adorable critters!!! So fun!
Both of your cards look fabulous with this image Patti! Really beautiful and detailed! Love the pretty sky on both of them and the details with the strips add a nice touch too! Hope you're well! Sending hugs
Your coloring of these are wonderful. Great scene.
That stamp is so incredibly detailed. I'm very impressed. I will be hopping over to take a look at their entire line. Love both your cards.
Love them both...fantastic cards and stamps, I love how you change the look with adding a sentiment and washi tape, hugs, Lori m
These are totally amazing. Your colouring couldn't be any better. Your shading and highlighting is so well done.
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