Thursday, July 3, 2014

Rubber Stamped & Colored

The Oopsie Daisy rubber stamps are ideal for creating custom scrapbook page backgrounds, not to mention the great cards they make!

Oopsie Daisy Rubber Stamps
I had more fun doing this than the paint-by-number projects I did when I was a kid!

1. Use India Ink Black to rubber stamp onto 12x12 Eggshell plain. Cut a mask for the rectangular stamp image, cover, and stamp away.

2. Add color with watercolor pencils and water brush. It certainly doesn't have to be perfect to be charming. (Take our husbands, for example!)

3. Add a photo, journaling and a few decorative elements.

What a fun way to make your own scrapbook paper, customizing the content and colors to coordinate with your photos. The simple technique looks great on greeting cards, as well!

Oopsie Daisy Art Nouveau Rubber Stamps

Oopsie Daisy Border & Background Rubber Stamps
 I hope you will take the time to enjoy a little stamping and coloring!

Thank you for stopping by.
Kay at Club Scrap


  1. I (heart) coloring. There is something kind of soothing and relaxing about it!

  2. Beautiful! I like the masking idea. I can't wait to get my kit and start coloring.

  3. Love evrything and I can't wait to get my kit so I can try the masking technique. Happy 4th

  4. I love to color also. Thanks for this great kit Club Scrap!

  5. Love your watercoloring, Kay! Great LO's and cards. Thanks for the inspiration.

  6. As always, stunning and beautiful!

  7. My kit arrived today, and I can't wait to stamp and color! Love your beautiful projects, Kay.

  8. Very pretty! Mine should arrive today.

  9. Kay, your pages and cards are so bee-autiful! Love coloring too, and love what you have done with the stamping!!

  10. Lovely! Cards and lo alike! I can't wait to give it a try!
    TFS Kay!


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