June 6, 2012

Getting Inky







Welcome to The Rubber Cafe/Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft blog hop! If you've just joined us today and would like to start the blog hop from the beginning, simply click on The Rubber Cafe blog to begin. If you've come here from Jennifer Matott 's blog, you are in the right place!

For this blog hop, we will be showcasing project ideas, inspiration, and tutorials featuring fabulous products you won't want to miss! Hop along with us as we work with products from these great companies: div>




The Rubber Cafe

The Rubber Cafe is a stamp manufacturer of high quality, deeply etched stamps and other fine paper crafting tools and accessories. All of our beautiful stamps are made right here in the USA in sunny San Diego, California! Visit http://www.therubbercafe.com today to view their complete product line!

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft was founded more than 240 years ago in Germany as a pencil manufacturer. Today Faber-Castell is world renowned for its high quality, professional art supplies in the Art & Graphic line, as well as its fine writing instruments and accessories. Too see their complete product line, visit http://www.fabercastell.com today!


For your next stop on the hop, you'll be visiting Irit Shalom.

Don't forget to leave a comment on each manufacturer and designer's blog for a chance to win great prizes such as:

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft will be giving away a $50 Gift Certificate!
The Rubber Cafe will be giving away a TWO $25 Gift Certificates!

The blog hop contest will be open until midnight June 10th and the winners will be announced on June 12th on the company's blogs.

Here is a complete list of the designers participating in our blog hop:

START AT: Rubber Café http://blog.therubbercafe.com/
Cherry Nelson http://cherrysjubileehome.blogspot.com/
Jennifer Matott http://arttalk-sigmagirl.blogspot.com/
Melissa Forsyth http://stamping-queen.blogspot.com
Irit Shalom http://iritshalom.blogspot.com/
Mou Saha http://collagecollagecollage.blogspot.com/
Michele Ciola http://creative-mayhem.blogspot.com/
Tesa Broman http://tesasscrap.blogspot.com/
Rita Barakat http://letsembellish.blogspot.com/
Michelle Pearson http://inspirationblooms.blogspot.com/
Tiffany Johnson: http://iheartartblog.com/
Kristine Reynolds http://stampingandscrapingincalifornia.blogspot.com/
Karen Thede http://imbydesign.blogspot.com/
Heidi Blankenship http://embellished-dreams.blogspot.com/
END AT: Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft http://designmemorycraft.typepad.com/

37 comments:

  1. I love the blue hues and the bling! Gorgeous :)

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  2. YAY!! Melissa has a blog! Love your first project and can't wait to see more!

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  3. Such a beauty! LOVE the blue embossed and colored background to that fabbie butterfly!!!

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  4. Beautiful card! Did you do those colors using the water color gelatins?

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  5. I love your technique and your card turned out beautifully!

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  6. great technique. Thanks for the chance to win

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  7. I let the techniques you used. The background is beautiful...

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  8. Beautiful butterfly card!

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  9. What a beautiful background! Looks amazing!

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  10. Love the butterfly card!

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  11. Love the tone on tone card.

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  12. Great blue butterfly colors! Yay glad to see you blogging!

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  13. Love the card, always love blue and green together!

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  14. Fabulous ideas on the blog hop, thanks for the inspiration! Love The Rubber Cafe and DMC!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. Beautiful card. Love the green and blue combo... TFS

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  16. Beautiful card- I love the colors you used.

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  17. Very nice! Love the colors. How did you do the embossing? A folder or by hand? Great job

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  18. I am a new follower...number 3 and that is my lucky number!! Love, love your card. The background is just striking and the soft, muted butterfly is just perfect. You have inspired me.
    I have some blog candy available:http://u-inspire-me.blogspot.com/2012/06/birthday-blog-candy.html
    Hugs

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  19. The bling matching the embossing pattern was a cool idea.

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  20. Love the textures and bling! Cards are my favorite hobby and yours is an inspiration.

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  21. Thanks for participating in the blog hop! Both companies make terrific products so I know we are going to see some amazing things along the way. I am glad you are giving us tutorials with gelatos. I know there is a lot that you can do with them, but it is always fun to learn more ways to use a product! I am now following your blog as I want to see what you create next!

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  22. I will certainly try some of these ideas. Thank you for sharing.

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  23. I drool every time I see the gelatos! I really need to get some. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  24. Love your card! I have a few gelatos and the M-bossing folder you used, I can't wait to try this awesome tutorial.

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  25. Very beautiful and inspiring!

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  26. Gorgeous card. I love the butterfly and the colors!

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  27. I LOVE your Bright creation!! THANKS for sharing and for the chances to win!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  28. Beautiful card. Love the blues and yellows.

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  29. Love love love the gelatos! One if my favorites! Thanks for sharing your inspirational card!

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  30. Love the color combo! So pretty!

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  31. It's so nice to see this blog hop, after seeing so many fun things being done with the Faber Castell stuff at the Expo in Orlando, I was kicking myself for not grabbing some of the gelatos while I was there. Love the stuff you've made and the tutorials, Melissa!

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  32. Your projects are beautiful! This is a great blog hop!

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  33. I like the mini-tutorial on the backgrounds especially using the embossing folders.

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