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Rubber Dance - Fly-Fly Flowers

Hi Everyone,

I recently got this gorgeous stamp called Fly-Fly flowers from Rubber Dance. They needed to go on a card.

My stamp supplies:

And that's how I did it:

I stamped the flowers twice and cut them with my Scan'N Cut.

Added some drops of cheap Acrylic paint (from Michaels) onto thick card stock

smeared it with my fingers and let it dry.

Splattered orange acrylic paint onto my panel and let it dry again.

Glued the flowers onto the card base. I thought it needed some more pop of color, so I took an orange marker and colored the butterfly bodies with it. Looked much better. I decided to not use a sentiment. I don't think it really needs one.

Don't forget about our challenge, which goes until the end of the month. Play along, if you find time!
You'll find it in the Facebook Rubber Dance Stamping Lounge and its those three colors you see below or anything goes with Rubber Dance stamps.

Happy Rubber Dancing!

Linking up with:
Stamping Sensations - the earth laughs in flowers
We love 2 Create - mixed Media

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Flo said…
So ein tolles Schneidegerät hast Du???!!!!!
Die Karte ist Dir mal wieder einmalig gut gelungen!!!
Liebe Sonntagsgrüße
Beautiful background to show off that unique Fly Fly Flowers design.
conil said…
One word...WOW! That background so perfectly frames that stamped image. (Guess that was more than one word.)
Rosmarie said…
WOW!! Genial wie du diese Karte gemacht hast!! Die verschmierten Farben, die Kleckse und die Blumen in schwarz-weiß, einfach herrlich!!
Anita in France said…
Gosh, you gave those monochrome fly-fly flowers (and the butterflies) such a fantastic, vibrant background ... so dramatic and striking ... and fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)
papierelle said…
Wunderschön!!! ich besitze ähnliche Stempel und überlege immer, wie ich sie gestalten kann, eine Idee habe ich jetzt!!! Danke!!!
Viv said…
An unusual stamp which looks perfect in monochrome against your colourful background. Thanks for sharing with us at Stamping Sensations.
brenda said…
A gorgeous inky background and such an unusual zentangle image, both flowers and Butterflies, thanks so much for joining in with our July theme at Stamping Sensations challenge.

B x
Dora said…
Beautiful card with a beautiful stamp.
Thank you for joining at Stamping Sensations this month.
Jane said…
Very cool technique. Thank you so much for joining in with ARTastic this month.
Terry said…
Absolutely stunning, love your project, fabulously colored wow and the zentangle is just fab. Thank you for sharing with the DT from We Love To Create Hugs Terry (DT) xxx
Linda said…
This looks fab ..... amazing background and I love the flowers. Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge xx
shirley-bee said…
This is fabulous, Cornelia! I love how you added the orange to the butterflies to pick up on the splattering. Thanks for playing along at Craft Stamper Take It Make It :)
Dale Tiernan said…
Looks great.
Thanks for providing the tutorial. I always love that.
Dale (DT)
ElizabethR said…
Gorgeous, thanks for joining in with us at the Craft Stamper challenge, Elizabeth x

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