Saturday, March 13, 2021

Blue Knight Rubber Stamps - Wetlands

 Hello, my crafty friends!

I'm super excited to be back here today, guest designing for Blue Knight Rubber Stamps for the month of March!

I got to work with this company the last two years, and I very much enjoyed creating with their beautiful, high quality stamps. I was eager to get started with the fun stamps that the owner,  Lynn Anderson sent me this month.

For this post, I used this Blue Knight Rubber Stamps set:

I was asked to use this stamp set to achieve two different looks. Here's a spring/summer card. This first card was colored with Copic markers. After coloring, I used a piece of card stock, and added some 'sun rays' prior to ink blending the sky with some Distress Oxide Inks. After creating the layers of the card, I stamped a sentiment from the 11-16-0177 Rejoice Always stamp set.

To create this winter card, I used a Cloud stencil, some Glitter glue, and some white paint spatters to create a winter scene.  I wish you could see the beautiful sparkle! Perhaps enlarging it would do the trick - give it a click and see what happens! We've had a lot of snow the last few weeks, so I thought a winter creation was only fitting!

Hope you like these cards, 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 at Blue Knight Rubber Stamps for the opportunity to work with your wonderful products!

Hugs and blessings,
Patti J.


Gail said...

Great job with both scenes!
I think we are done with snow here!

Lori m said...

Patti, I can't decide which scene I like best, both stunning cards, hugs, Lori m

Joan V said...

Patti, these are wonderful. I never heard of Blue Knight stamps, do I went to the site. Wow, great stamps. Thanks for sharing.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Wonderful coloring of both versions of this stamp.

Judy Inukai said...

What lovely peaceful cards.

Cheryl W said...

What a difference a season makes! The snowy scene is so different from the summery one. You've really shown how versatile this stamp can be. I have a couple of scenery stamps, and I need to take a good look at them to see if I can change the season for them by coloring them differently. Thanks so much for your inspiration.

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

How lovely to see this scene done in two different seasons. Very unique. Both are so pretty, but I really love the winter scene because it is so unique to see a scene done as winter. Beautiful work Patti, and congratulations on your guest position.

Chana Malkah said...

Both of these are fabulous, Patti! Funny, I just watched a Blue Knight Rubber Stamp video on using Panpastels! Congratulations on your GDT assignment!

Lynne in NI said...

Wow Patti, that is so clever to get 2 different seasons from the same stamp! Absolutely LOVE your beautiful skies!

Lena said...

Beautiful scene, Patti. Amazing how by changing a few colours you can make a card for every season. Beautifully done, my friend.
May joy and peace surround you, contentment latch your door,
and happiness be with you now and bless you evermore!
♥ Lena