Monday, May 30, 2011

Outlines Rubber Stamp Challenge # 22

Hello!!!  It's Monday and time for a new Outlines Rubber Stamp design team challenge.  We're doing things a little bit different with our challenges.  Join the Design Team in our weekly challenges with a chance to win a $25 Gift Certificate each week!  Please check out the details of how to play and win on the Outlines Blog

This week our challenge was to create a card with Black + White + One other color.  Simple right?  I hope you'll create along with us this week!


"Tis the season... for graduations, that is.  I think we have three in the family this year.  The Sketchy Graduation (H-1013) image is a fast image to color.  Perfect if you have lots of graduates to celebrate!  I stamped the Sketchy Graduation image in Black Soot Distress ink and embossed.  I colored simply with Copic markers.  My pop of color is purple, since the school colors are purple and black.  Perfect, no?
I'd love it if you stopped by to visit the other designers for more inspiration.

Bev Gerard
Jeanne Streiff
Jenny Gropp - DT Coordinator
Robin Kirkpatrick
Sandy Hulsart
Vicki Garrett 

Thanks for visiting!
Stamps: Sketchy Graduation (H-1013) by Outlines Rubber Stamps
Ink: Black Soot Distress ink by Ranger
Paper: Solar White by Neenah, Black cardstock by Bazzill, purple cardstock by Core'dinations
Other: clear embossing powder by Ranger, Scor-Pal scoring tool, twill tape, corner rounder by Zutter, Circle punch by EK Success, precision scissors, 3M mounting tape, Black pearl pen by Viva Decor
Copic Markers: T1, T3, T5, T7, 100, 0


  1. What could be more perfect than the happy tossing of graduation mortar boards?! What a fun card, Lise!


  2. Beautifully shaded with your COpics... your coloring is always so perfect! Clean, SImple and Outstanding!

  3. This is a wonderful card! I love all of the graduation hats.

  4. Excellent graduation card, Lise - I love that you were able to incorporate the school colors in the challenge!

  5. Perfect card for the graduates. You gave me the inspiration I needed to get busy on my grad cards. I love the simplicity of the card, as well as just a little splash of color.