Monday, January 3, 2011

Meet the new Outlines Rubber Stamp Design Team

Today is our first posting as a team at Outlines Rubber Stamp, it is really just an introduce ourselves kind of a post.  Please stop by and visit the rest of the incredibly talented team and see what they have created for you.
Bev Gerard, Jeanne Streiff, Jenny Gropp, Lisa Silver, Robin Kirkpatrick , Vicki Garrett


For my card, I started with the Outlines Zen Blossom, stamping it with Memento Tuxedo black ink onto Cryogen paper.  I used my Copic markers to color the image.   This stamp is actually made to be layered; stamping multiple times and cutting out each layer and popping them up one above the other.  But I wanted to show how beautiful it can be just as one layer.  I did pop it up on the swiss dots embossed lavender circle.  I added some White Ice Pearl Pen dots around the Marianne's die cut as well as on the corners.  I love these pens, you have such great control and they look just like little pearl accents when dry.  The background DP is from the fabulous Kaisercraft Gypsy Sister 6x6 paper pad.  Finished size is 6" square. 

14 comments:

Sandra1968 said...

A beautiful card!

Bonnie Brown said...

I love your creation. The die with the Blossom is gorgeous. Your colors are outstanding; of course, great DP!!

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Gorgeous, Sandy! Your coloring is wonderful, as always! So happy to be on a design team with you again!

Karen W said...

Very pretty, those stamps are so nice!

MarianneT said...

Sandy- Could have fooled me - I thought the Blossom was layered! Stamp works well with the die cut.
Nice card!.

Jenny Gropp said...

Your coloring definitely makes it look like there is more to it... I would have never guessed it wasn't layered! The die is perfect with the Zen Blossom!

Summerthyme Studio said...

Such a pretty pretty card Sandy! Excited to be working with you on the Outlines Team

Vicki

Anonymous said...

Beautiful design and the colors and paper are the greatest. Like I've said before, you sure do know how to pick paper. Did check out the other designers. Some pretty things out there. Edna

Sandy said...

Oh wow! I do love this Sandy - reminds me of the Rose Window at Notra Dame in Paris - gosh I hope I got my spelling right. I love this card!
Sandy

Jeanne S said...

Beautiful Sandy! It certainly looks like more than one layer. I love that image...guess I need to add it to my ever growing wish list!

Bev Gerard said...

Beautiful! Love the many colors you've used!

~Bev

Silvergirl said...

What a beautiful job coloring this image!!! I'm in awe!

It's great to be working with you, Sandy!
hugs,
lise

stampqueen said...

Pretty coloring!!!!

grandmalee said...

This really turned out wonderful even without the layering! The colors really make this stand out even more, and your paper choices add a fabulous finishing touch!