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2014-06-10 A gift from Maggi & experiment

2014/06/10

The last time I saw my friend Maggi, she gave me a couple of Rubbernecker stamps. She told me that she couldn’t get it to stamp properly and it turned out in a big blob. I told her I’d give it a try and see what happens. This first image is just the single flower.

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The image on the left was my first attempt. It did turn out as a big blob just as Maggi described. I know I used too much water spray over the watercolor markers just before stamping. Rather than give up, I tried again with the 2nd image (on the right). I used much less water spray and got a much better image. I tried re-stamping over the 1st image and got a little definition by doing that.

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I decided to cover up my less than perfect stamping by using the lattice embossing folder by Stampin’ Up.

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By adding a scrap of ribbon and a border punch; it turned out to be a pretty design. I can see why Maggi was frustrated with this image. The other stamps I have from Rubbernecker are multi step stamps whereas this one is stamp once and you are done. I will continue to experiment and see how I can get better images with it.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. 2014/06/10 8:12 am

    Until I read the entire post, I thought it was a 2-step stamp. Your card turned out to be very pretty!

  2. chrissy bornfleth permalink
    2014/06/11 7:40 pm

    Looks like you did a great job with this stamp… I think it looks fantastic.

  3. Maggi G permalink
    2014/06/20 10:59 am

    You were far more successful than I was!

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