Monday, June 6, 2011

Outlines Rubber Stamp Challenge # 23

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 Brown + Aqua + White.  Simple right?  I hope you'll create along with us this week!


So, I think black-eyed susans can be white.  They are most often yellow, but yellow just won't work for this challenge.  I'm pretending they are daisies today.

I stamped the Black-Eyed Susan (H-196) image with Walnut Stain Distress ink and embossed with clear powder.  I lightly colored with copic markers in the negative space with teal colors.  Super simple!  And I can't wait to use this image with a bevy of colors!  It's beautifully detailed, isn't it?

I'd love it if you stopped by to visit the other designers for more inspiration.  And don't forget you can join in our fun!

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

Thanks for visiting!
Stamps: Black-Eyed Susan (H-196) by Outlines Rubber Stamps
Ink: Walnut Stain Distress ink by Ranger
Paper: Solar White by Neenah, Teal and Kraft cardstocks by Bazzill
Other: clear embossing powder by Ranger, gingham ribbon by All My Memories, Textile embossing folder by Provo Craft, precision scissors, 3M mounting tape
Copic Markers: BG10, BG72, BG75, 0


  1. Such a calming scene of summer beauty! Love the sprinkling of soft color through the image!


  2. Pretty pretty pretty! Love this card, Lisa!

  3. Lovely, Lisa! With the warm browns and the subtle aqua -- gives it a great vintage feel!!

  4. Very pretty card. I have never used any bleach it stamps, but this one is so pretty... you might be my enabler of the week :-)

  5. Lisa, they make wonderful daisies! They seem to leap right off the card.

  6. Wonderful card, Lisa. You've really made that image pop!