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Cute Baby Shower cards | Rubbernecker Over the Moon Stamp

Hi friends,

I have two cards for you today using the Rubbernecker Over The Moon stamp set. These cards can be easily switched for a new baby boy or a baby girl card by simply replacing the sentiments, For my cards I wanted to use only the sentiments provided in this stamp set.

Card 1:

  • Stamp the bear and the moon images from the stamp set using a copic friendly ink in black onto a bleed proof white cardstock. The cardstock I have used is Neenah Solar White 80 lbs smooth cardstock.

  • Color the images using copic colors. I kept the coloring very simple. These images were colored using two or three shades of markers. I will have all the colors I have used for these cards towards the end of this post.

  • Use the coordinating dies to die cut these images and keep them aside.

  • Die cut several clouds using the Clouds Die on a white cardstock. Shade the bottom of the clouds with light blue copic markers to give a hint of color to the clouds.

  • Dab liquid glue just to the shaded bottom of the glue and dip it into fine glitter. This adds a lot of shimmer to the clouds.

  • Take a watercolor cardstock cut at 4x51/4 inch, and add some loose water color sky in grays with a hint of pink in the top enter of the cardstock. Let it dry completely.

  • Adhere all the colored elements on the dried watercolor panel using foam tapes and liquid glue. Stamp the sentiment on a black cardstock using white embossing powder and cut it using a scissor with a fish tail on one end. Add some star sprinkles and adhere this panel onto a side folding white notecard.

Card 2:

  • Stamp the bunny and the moon images on to a bleed proof white cardstock using a copic friendly ink. Color the images using copic markers and keep the aside.

  • On a water color cardstock , do some loose water coloring using gray and blue watercolor paints and keep it aside to completely dry. You can use a heat gun to speed up the process, but sometimes it does add to the warping of the paper.

  • Cut a rectangle using the nested Rectangle die in the top center of a white cardstock. Adhere a sheet of acetate to the back of this die cut rectangle. Add foam tape to create a well around the window on the back of the white cardstock. Fill this well with sequins, gems or glitter. I used a lot of star sprinkles for my shaker element. I also doubled my tape to make sure there was plenty of room for my shaker bits to move. Adhere the watercolored panel to close the shaker window.

  • Die cut several clouds on a white cardstock using the Clouds die. And repeat the same steps for the clouds as the first card.

  • For selective stamping of the sentiment, cover the word "dream" and ink up only "Big" and stamp it on one of the clouds using black ink. Next cover the "Big" and stamp just the "dream" on a black cardstock using embossing ink and emboss it using white embossing powder. Cut the "dream" sentiment into a thin strip and adhere it above the "Big" using liquid glue.

  • Adhere all the colored elements and the sentiment cloud on to the shaker window using foam tape and liquid glue.

  • Adhere some star sprinkles and mount this panel onto a top folding white notecard.

Copic Colors:

  • Bear- E99 E33 E51 R20

  • Bear Scarf- BG72 BG23 BG11

  • Book- R27 R24 R22

  • Clouds- B00 B0000

  • Bunny- E47 YR23 E21 R20

  • Bunny Dress- RV14 RV23

  • Moon- Y11 Y00 Y0000

I hope you have enjoyed the two cards I have made and give this stamp set a go. Please visit the Rubbernecker blog for more ideas and inspirations and don't forget to upload your beautiful work on the Rubbernecker Fan Group on Facebook as well. I will see you next time and thank you for stopping.

I am listing all the Rubbernecker products I have used below. You can click on any image below to directly go to the rubbernecker store for purchasing the product.The products listed below are a compensated affiliate links which means, if you make a purchase I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I really appreciate your support.

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