Friday, 28 July 2017

Learn the easy and fun Rubber Band Technique

Watch the short video and learn how to create the Rubber Band Technique using Stampin' Up! supplies

Good morning everyone! 
If you're a regular visitor you will have seen that I've been really busy in the Crafty Hippy Studio this week. It's now the summer holidays and I wanted to get some projects and techniques posted up before it all goes a bit crazy! I'll be working through the summer but I may not get those quiet moments (!) for filming videos with the kids here. I'll be sure to post up some pictures of our adventures, though!

I've been really enjoying watching what other Stampin' Up! Demonstrators in the UK have been doing to find new ideas, and I have been reminded of the Rubber Band Technique, which I saw ages ago but had completely forgotten about. Being brave I decided to just jump straight in and make a video with very little preparation. Scroll down to see my efforts!

How to create this look 
Whether you have seen this technique before or not watch this short video to see what look I created - don't forget the possibilities are endless when you change the colour of your inks and use a different stamp set.

Check out the supplies you need to make this card 
Be sure to check out our full range of Stamps and Classic Stampin' Pads (our inks pads), but I used the following Stampin' Supplies to create this card:

Learn how to make a card using the Rubber Band Technique. As demonstrated by Lauren Huntley, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in the UKWhisper White Cardstock 
Basic Black Archival Ink Pad 
Garden Green Classic Stampin' Pad
Old Olive Classic Stampin' Pad
Pear Pizzazz Classic Stampin' Pad 
Smoky Slate Classic Stampin' Pad
Clear Blocks (set)
Vintage Leaves Stamp Set
Watercolor Words Stamp Set 
Snail Adhesive 
Rubber bands
Post-It Notes

Of course you can play with colours, different sentiments, different pictures and a different positioning of your Post-It Notes to create a different look. You could use the Rubber Band Technique for home decor projects, scrapbooking, card Making, jewellery making, memory keeping, the list is endless.

You could stamp a whole background, in effect making your own Designer Series Paper. There are so many possibilities with this technique.

I really hope you enjoyed this one, it was a lot of fun to make.

Thanks for stopping by, back with more stamping ideas soon,
Lauren Huntley is a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in the UK. She runs Crafty Hippy, a website that is full of ideas and inspiration. Check back each week for cardmaking, crafting, scrapbooking, home decor and other fab projects.

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