Friday, November 8, 2013

Linnie Blooms and Rubbermoon Stamps

TGIF!  Linda here.  Today I would like to share with you a project that I did using my Linnie Blooms tag and some Rubbermoon Arts stamps.

I started with my tag, which is made out of canvas with recycled book paper sewn inside.
Next, I brought out some Tulip Soft Fabric Acrylic Paint.
This paint works great on canvas, and once it's dry it leaves it softer than if you used a regular acrylic paint.
Once dry, I used my swirly-star stamp roller and some white ink to add some background texture.
I decided on a wintery scene, so out came my white paint to add some snow-covered land.
Here is where the stamping fun comes in.  I used Rubbermoon's banner stamp.  Turned upside down, they look like little Christmas trees!  Since I wanted them in a variety of colors, I used my Faber-Castell Stamper's Big Brush Markers to color directly onto the rubber and then stamp the trees on some canvas paper.

Next, I cut the trees out and decoupaged them with Aleene's Tacky Glue onto the tag.
To finish it up, I stamped Rubbermoon's moon stamp onto canvas paper and colored it with a yellow marker before decoupaging it onto the tag as well.  Last but not least I wrote my sentiment and added ribbon.  
I think my canvas tag worked out pretty well with Rubbermoon's stamps.  What do you think?  Rubbermoon has a huge selection of stamps!  Please take a moment to check them out.  
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  1. OMGosh this is adorable and WHAT A GREAT use of the banner stamp! Love it to the moon and back!! YAY!!

  2. Love this and am going to try it! Thank you for sharing it with us!

  3. Oh wow, I would have never thought of using the banner stamp for TREES!!!!! That is brilliant!!!! and I love the swirly star roll stamp background! I am going to have to play with the Linnie Blooms canvas now that I have some inspiration...:)

  4. Love it!! Love the white ink for stamping and the way you re-imagined the stamps!!

  5. Goodness this is so cute! I love what you did with this tiny project!!