Welcome to Throwback Thursday! Today, a few of our design team members are revisiting the Ruby Rose stamp set.

“I love the bold, graphic look of Ruby Rose! The images, particularly the single leaf, have often reminded me of Orla Kiely, so I decided to put that inspiration to ink for my card today. I took cues from a couple of different fabric patterns for my layout as well as my color choices and I love the results. Clean and graphic with a retro twist – I look forward to trying a few more variations of this one!”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS: Ruby Rose, Flower Power
  • INK: Limeade Ice, Simply Chartreuse, Ripe Avocade, Dark Indigo
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Limeade Ice
  • DIES: Ruby Rose
  • OTHER: MISTI, Post-it Tape, Foam Tape

CLICK HERE to visit Lexi’s blog to see more!

“Ruby Rose is such a cute set!  The easy-to-stamp, single-step flowers are great for quick projects.  It’s also fun to step them up a bit, using one of my favorite techniques — adding subtle shading and details with colored pencils.  I created a pretty birthday bouquet using this technique!”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS:  Ruby Rose, Cover Ups: Diamonds
  • INK:  Sweet Blush, Berry Sorbet, Raspberry Fizz, Scarlet Jewel, Aqua Mist, Simply Chartreuse, Smokey Shadow
  • PAPER:  Stamper’s Select White, Pale Peony
  • DIES:  Ruby Rose, Shape Shifters: Oval 1
  • OTHER:  Ink blending sponge, colored pencils

CLICK HERE to visit Betsy’s blog to see more!

“There’s so much to love about the Ruby Rose stamp set.  The flowers are simple, cute, and whimsical and can be layered for dimension or left to stand alone.  The beautiful fonts with flourishes used in the sentiments are special and unique, making this set one to remember!”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS: Ruby Rose, Sunflower Harvest
  • INK: Aqua Mist, Mint Julep, Pale Peony, Lilac Grace, Spring Moss, Spring Rain, Summer Sunrise
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Bitty Big Mint Julep
  • DIES: Ruby Rose, Shape Shifter:  Square 2
  • OTHER: MISTI, Scrapbook Adhesives, enamel dots, baker’s twine

CLICK HERE to visit Melissa’s blog to see more!

Heather Nichols

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