It’s time for rubber stamping for awesome card making!

That’s exactly what we did in yesterday’s Facebook live!

Some straight up stamping – with a few tricks thrown in 😉 – for an amazing handmade fall card.

Are you a fan of pumpkins for this time of year too? (If yes, you’ll also love how to craft a simple fall card in minutes for a completely different – and easy – technique!)

Before we get to the replay video, let’s look at the project we made together.

Rubber Stamping for Awesome Card Making
Pretty slimline fall design using some simple rubber stamping techniques

Now I know you might’ve wanted to see the Pick of the Patch punch at play here too. Instead I wanted to share just how versatile your solid image stamps can be!

All you need are a couple stamp sets and some fun tools you probably already own and this set comes to life! With 22 different stamps, it’s easy to create the trio of pretty pumpkins like we did.

There’s no two ways about it! This is one sweet little stamp set! Perfect for fall and Hallowe’en. I can see some bday cards in my future with this one too!

I showed you 5 different versions of adding colour to your rubber stamps to get the depth of colour you see in our design.

That’s one of the BEST parts of what I do! Sharing ways for you to get more bang for your buck when you sit down in your craft area to create something remarkable!

Rubber Stamping for Awesome Card Making

You know what to do here!

Which technique did you like the best?

I didn’t realize until I rewatched the live, but this video is FULL of tips and tricks to save you some moola! Like how to work that paper trimmer to get the MOST out of it!

Want the Measurements & Supplies?

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Old Olive – 7″ x 7″, scored at 3 1/2″, scraps
  • Rose Gold Foil Specialty Paper – 2 1/2″ x 6 1/2″
  • All About Autumn DSP – 2″ x 6″, another scrap 1″ x 3 1/2″
  • Very Vanilla – (inside) 3 1/4″ x 6 3/4″, scraps
  • Parakeet Party ribbon – about 12-14″
Rubber Stamping for Awesome Card Making
See all the two step stamping and the blended colours close up!

Isn’t the colour blending super? And the little touches with the green garland and leaves? Such fun!

If you’d like to make this card with the exact same supplies I did, just click here to pin, print or order it. Thanks so much for choosing me as your Canadian Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.

The card I originally designed was in a totally different shape han what we ended up making together! That’s because I asked the VIPeeps (my private crafting community on Facebook) what they wanted me to make today and they picked a slimline card!

So you also see the slimline I made before the live with a slightly different colour palette.

Let me know which one you like the most out of all three? The Vanilla, the Old Olive or the square card?

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So the next time you’re looking for a way to shake up your rubber stamping? Give one of these 5 techniques a try!

Pair it up with some simple punches and dies and fab papers and you have a spectacular card!

Now that’s what I call rubber stamping for awesome card making!