mandag 10. september 2018

Send a Postcard to a friend - Reminder of a new challenge platform

Hello and welcome,
if you are a member of the new Group on Facebook called Rubber Dance Stamping Lounge, you will see this postcard on the wall today. If you are not a member, make sure to be a member. There is a lot of inspiration and there is also Challenges. 




I actually made a video tut. of this card, but just before I finished editing, the entire movie disappeared……. So here we are without tutorial on how I made this Postcard. What a pitty!

I can try to tell what I did:
I started with white gesso, then Distress Oxide in the background, layer on layers in many colors. Then I stamped the hearts onto tissue paper, and cut them out. The same did I with the postcard stamp. T

hen I used my palet knife to get some white paint over a little here and there. I used Matt Gel Medium to glue the heart and poststamp down on my card. I also used a dotted stencil and black and white paint in the background, along with tiny heart stamp. When it was all dry I write with Dina Wakley's gold paint over the postcard.

Link to the stamps:
- Mail Art
- I heart Art
- Tiny hearts from Friends Fur-Ever (in the background)


Here is the information about the Facebook Challenge:



I hope to see you in the Lounge.

Have a wonderful day.



Hugs, Anita 


onsdag 15. august 2018

August Challenge Reminder & Exciting News!

Hello and welcome,
today I am back to remind you of the August Challenge over at Rubber Dance blog, and to tell you some exciting news. But first...coffee….. eeehhhh… but first the Challenge. There are more than two weeks left to join the fun and you get a chance to win a 12€ voucher to the Rubber Dance web shop! I have made a tutorial for you to show you how I made this postcard and also to inspire you to join the challenge:



On this project I have used Watercolour Paint, some scraps, Scribble sticks and stamps from Rubber Dance:

Remeber to use the code ASFreeShip if you buy stamps in the Rubber Dance Shop for 15 Euro or more to get  free Shipping.

I hope you like the video tutorial:



 And now, the exciting news:

From September on Rubber Dance will run the monthly challenge over in the brand new Facebook Fan Group.

The Rubber Dance Stamping Lounge

Not only will there be the challenge but the Design Team will continuously inspire you with creative projects! There will be giveaways and you'll be the first to know about new releases or special offers!
We also want you to share all your creations with Rubber Dance stamps over there! This group will be an inspiring and friendly place for stampers, cardmakers and mixed media artists.  If you don't have any of Rubber Dance stamps don't worry, there will be chances for everyone to join the fun and maybe you will win yourself some of Rubber Dance's gorgeous stamps.

Everybody is welcome! 

Join us here:
Rubber Dance Stamping Lounge 

We will draw a random winner as soon as we reach 100 members who will win a fabulous grabbag of Rubber Dance Stamps!!!

……..And even more exciting: I am still in the team! They certainly will never get rid of me… Mmmwwhaahaahaaa 😊

Thank you so much for visiting! And remember; hold on to what you love 💖

Hugs, Anita


fredag 10. august 2018

Intuitive art journal play with a tutorial

Hi and welcome,
today I have a YouTube Tutorial for you, Yeah. I hope you get inspired to buy Rubber Dance Stamps and to make something yourself. The possibilies is endless on how you can use your stamps. I show you some ideas in the tut. among with other GREAT ideas hi hi hi 😉

On this project I have used a lot of Rubber Dance Stamps, a Geli Plate, old Paint (?), Dylusion Ink Spray's, Archival Ink, Tim Holtz Stamping Plattform, Tissue paper etc.

I hope you enjoy it.

Note to self 😚








Remember to use the code ASFreeShip if you buy stamps in the Rubber Dance Shop for 15 Euro or more to get….yep… Free Shipping.

Thank you so much for visiting today.

Hugs, Anita

torsdag 9. august 2018

My (almost) finished art-garden house

Hello and welcome
Today I want to show you my Garden art-house/Atelier/Craft House. This is a project that has taken over a year, and still the house is not completely finished. There are som details both inside and on the outside which is not finished yet.

Below there is a few (?) pictures to see what my house looks like, both inside and outside:


This house is aprox 42 square meter. My son, his half brother and my brother, have built the house for me from the foundation stone to the way it stands now. My husband has sparkled and painted inside, as well as set up the Kitchen. Thank you so much all of you for make my dream come true ❤


A little Kitchen for making coffe and tea etc.
My very soft and gooodie Daybed

The work table has my husband made

Some of the View. I can see the sea from my doors and windows when sitting at the table

We have many fruit trees in the garden. Can you tell? :-) Plums and Apples.



Some of my stuff


I have some old and some new things and furnitures in my house. I love mixing old and new.

More of my stuff

Here you can see some of my art journals

The table is 3,40 meters long and 1 meters wide

Even more of my stuff




I am very proud of my new house. And I'm sure I will have many nice moments here throughout the fall and winter. Painting, stamping, spraying, make books, and Jewelry, etc. etc., or just sit in my Daybed reading a book or an art Magazine. In this house there is room for everything.

In June, I invited some former colleagues over, and we had a great time. 



Here is some pictures from the outside. As you can see, the house is not completely finished yet outside, but I hope it will be completed now during the fall





I will also have a small wooden terrace on the front of the house


Thank you so much for visiting, Have a great week.

Hugs, Anita

lørdag 4. august 2018

New stamps release - Inspiration and a very good deal

Hello and welcome,
today there is a release party over at Rubber Dance. There is so so many cute and beautiful new stamps. If you purchase some of the new stamps there will be Free shipping World-Wide.
I was so lucky to get the Friends Fur-ever stamp set from Rubber Dance, and in between my happy dancing I made these samples:





Take a look at all the beautiful inspiration over at Rubber Dance blog here


You can find all the new stamps by clicking here. And remember there is FREE Shipping World-Wide from today and until the 11th of August.


I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Thanks for visiting.

Hugs, Anita



onsdag 1. august 2018

New month - new Challenge at Rubber Dance

Hello and welcome my lovelies

Take a Dance there is a New Challenge over at Rubber Dance 💃

I made this card for you to get inspiration for joining the Challenge, and to shop excellent and beautiful and quirky and whimsical and funny stamps from Rubber Dance's Shop 😉
Front
Inside of the card

If you participate in the challenge you can win 12 Euro voucher or/and DT Pick Honourable Mentions!

Materials:

- White cardstock
- Distress Oxide
- Black Archival Ink
- Distress Markers
- Red Embossing Powder
- Floral Embossing Folder

- Rubber Dance Stamp: Hydrangea

Remember to use the code ASFreeShip if you buy stamps in the Rubber Dance Shop for 15 Euro or more to get….yep… Free Shipping.


Thank you so much for visiting. Take care!


Hugs, Anita

søndag 15. juli 2018

En liten påminnelse om utfordringen hos Rubber Dance

Hei og velkommen, jeg titter bare innom for å mine deg om utfordringen som foregår hos Rubber Dance. Du har fremdeles noen dager igjen til å være med.

Jeg har laget denne tagen for å inspirere deg:



Månedens tema er altså å bruke fargene hvit og sort og en valgri farge og/eller vinger og/eller fjær.


Jeg har tatt utgangspunkt både i fargene og så har jeg brukt sommerfuglvinger bak damen.

Materialer brukt:
- Tag
- Blonde tag dies
- Sort og hvit kartong
- Archival Ink Sort
- Bånd
- Distress Oxide

Stempler fra Rubber Dance:
- Butterfly Trio
- Resting Woman
- Vintage Script



Tusen takk for at du kom innom bloggen min en tur. Håper du blir med på utfordringen hos Rubber Dance. Du finner den her.

Klem, Anita