Good Monday morning! I had such an excellent Mother’s Day yesterday. Both of my girls were here at the house and then we took dinner over to my mother’s. My sister stopped and picked up the chicken, and I got the DQ ice cream cake! Other than that, I sat and watched old movies all day – good times!

This week’s Rubbernecker Blogger Challenge, RBC09, is to use a circle or circles somewhere on your card. If this is the first time you’ve played in the RN Blog Challenge, you can find all the details and more information on this week’s challenge on Jeanne’s Blog, Inky Paws.

A while ago, I shared a few cards with you made with Inchie images from the Out of Africa Collection. I mentioned then that they were part of a set, but that I would show the rest to you later. (If you wish to refer back to the original post, you can find it here.) Well, later is now! Actually, if you visited the Rubbernecker Booth while at the Akron Stamp Show, you saw these cards in person.

All the images were colored with Copic Markers and raised on heavy weight chipboard coasters. For the first card, the coaster was colored with Sharpie Black Marker. For the subsequent cards, the coaster was covered with black glossy cardstock. Square Nestabilities were used to make the background panels for each of the images.

RBC09 Jammin

Star Keeper


Stamps: KK Originals Background Collection Spiral Background SKU:59-04 KK; Goddesses Collection We Be Jammin SKU:41-25 KK, Star Keeper SKU:04-01 KK, and Zeke from Rubbernecker Stamp Company

Paper: Georgia Pacific White, Black, Glossy Black

Ink: Ranger Adirondack Pitch Black

Accessories: Copic Markers, Heavy Weight Chipboard Coaster, Ribbon, Spellbinders Nestabilities

To see other samples for today’s Rubbernecker Blogger Challenge, please visit the blogs of Broni, Kittie and Jeanne.

Oh and by the way, for Mother’s Day my girls gave me a pair of purple Crocs and a planter for the deck. I’m sure you’ll be seeing pictures when we get a little sunshine and no rain and clouds. Have a great day!

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