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Red, White And Blue At Loves Rubberstamps

Hello happy Tuesday! Hope your week has started well and gets better and better.


Today a new challenge starts over at Loves Rubberstamps- this weeks challenge is ‘Red, White And Blue’. We are asking you to create a project using a red, white and blue colour combo.

How to play: Just upload a creation that follows this week’s challenge to your online blog or gallery. Then leave a link to your project in the linky widget at the bottom of this post. If you upload to online galleries, please also use the tag or keyword LRSBC95. Our challenge is open to everyone, you can use any stamps and products that you would like, and you can enter as many times as you want. Deadline:
The linky entry widget will close at 9PM CST on Monday, March 31st so all entries need to be in before then. Prize Information:
One lucky participant will be chosen using a random number generator will be able to proudly display our Winner’s Badge on their blog!

We will have two different possibilities for a gift voucher prize from Loves Rubberstamps for the winner as well.
$10.00 – If the stamp used is from a company that we do not carry in our store
$20.00 – If the stamp used is from a company that we DO carry in our storeIf you want to see what companies we carry visit our store Loves Rubberstamps

*Cut the smaller Lawn Fawn– Stitched Party Banners  out of Neenah Solar White Card and stamp on the robots and sentiment from Lawn Fawn– Beep Boop Birthday  using Momento ‘Tuxedo Black’ . Add shadows to the bottom of the robots to ground them using Copic Markers.
*Stamp the robots on to red and blue Add A Little Dazzle Craft Metal using Stazon Ink, fussy cut out and stick over the robots stamped on the white card.
*Then to create the card base- cut two of the larger banners of of white cardstock, score one of the banners an inch down from to top and glue this flap onto the other banner.
*Cut a piece of dark grey card with the large banner and using a dark grey ink stamp the cogs from the stamp set all over it and then glue this to the front of your banner card blank.
*Add your robot banner with foam pads and add some string through the banner holes.

I love how cute these little guys are and they are fabulous for little boys birthday cards… something I struggle with :-/

Thanks for popping by!

Hugs Lydia xxx

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