Thursday, 14 August 2014

Rubber Dance Design Team Tutorial - Spice It Up!

Hi Everyone

I have been working with a really fun set of stamps from Rubber Dance this week called Hot, Hot, Hot.  It is full to bursting with stamps of Chilli Peppers in all shapes and sizes and has a whole lot of fun phrases too!!


My first card tutorial of the set shows you step by step how to make a card that features what I am affectionately calling the squiggle chillis!  Bottom left of the photo above.


This is a fun graphic design with a little bit of heat embossing and a little bit of stitching to try out.  You could choose to hand stitch the bottom of the card or draw a border using fine line pens if you want to.  You could also use a green or a red card base if you prefer.


I couldn't resist being a little bit cheeky with my choice of sentiment for the card inner that I have made a fun little squiggle chilli border for!  So if you want to learn how to make this card….here is the video!


Cutting Guide:

Yellow Card Base: 8" square scored at 4" or 20.5 cm square scored at 10.25 cm
White Card Topper: 3 1/2" x 7 1/2" or 9cm x 19 cm - Cut 2
Black Card: 3 5/8" x 7 5/8"" or 9.25 cm x 19.25 cm
White Greeting Strip: 1/2" x 2 1/4" or 1.5 cm x 6 cm
Black Greeting Strip: 5/8" x 2 3/8" or 1.75 cm x 6.25 cm

Stamps used for this card:

Hot, Hot , Hot stamp sheet (NP7-M)

Once again I have had a lovely time designing with my Rubber Dance stamps and I know you are going to love them too.  Here is the link so you can pop over to check out these and all the other stamps over at rubberdance.com.  You can meet us on Facebook too so please come on over and say hi! 

More fun Chilli Pepper cards coming your way soon.  Hit the subscribe button to be sure you don't miss a thing!  Enjoy the tutorial and thank you for popping by X

Helen

4 comments:

  1. First I had no idea for the chillies! But you used them so well. They look fabulous when they are coloured! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for another fantastic tut!!
    Cheers
    Gabriele

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  2. Thank you for using my stamps, Helen! I love these HOT babes. Cool stitching on the edge! :-)))
    xox

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    1. My pleasure entirely Bibi X

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