Card making, rubber stamping techniques and project videos for papercrafters


Today, Rina shows you how to do a multicolored stencil design as a fun backdrop for this cute little kitty card in her typical Rina style, complete with a trip to New York!


Black Onyx card base- 8 1/2" X 5 1/2", scored at 4 1/4" and folded in half

Bubblegum Pink Layer- 5" x 3 3/4"

Lemon Drop Layer- 4 3/4" x 3 1/2"

White Layer- 4 3/4" x 3 1/2"

Ocean Mist Layer- 4 1/2" X 3 1/4"


Stamp Set- Frisky Felines

Ink- GKD Bubblegum Pink, Lemon Drop, Ocean Mist, Black Onyx

Stencil- GKD Rounded Swirls

Dies- Frisky Felines, GKD Double Stitched Ovals and Single Stitched Ovals

Thermoweb Sticky Dot runner, Sponge Daubers, Washi Tape, Colored Pencils, Gamsol, Blending Stump, Acrylic Block, Tidy Towel, Paper Cutter, Big Shot

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Comment by Joanne DiMattia on Monday

My favorite stamping technique is thermal embossing.  You are funny.

Comment by Lynn Goodrow on Monday

My favorite technique...... there are so many but I think it is using die cuts and stamps together.  Coloring the stamps and then die cutting them and laying out a scene on a card.  Love your videos, please keep them coming.

Comment by Betty Neville on Monday

Awesome video!  You did a fabulous job colouring the cute kitty- way better than my attempts using this method.  My current favourite technique is foiling! 

Comment by Kristin on Sunday

You are hilarious, Rina!  I could definitely see my own daughter doing similar videos.

My favorite technique right now is anything using Distress Oxide Inks.  The possibilities are endless!

Comment by Debbie Reemtsen on Sunday

Love this card &all your videos. I especially like coloring images with colored pencils. Can't wait to see your next video! Thanks.

Comment by Kelli Nash on Saturday

I love your videos!  My favorite technique is watercoloring flowers with Zig Clean Color real brush pens.....I also love stamp layering sets. 

Comment by Melissa Moro on Saturday

I love your videos...they always make me smile!!  I think right now my favorite technique is the distress oxide inks for making backgrounds, but I am sure that will change soon as I am always seeing fun new things to do!  

Comment by Miesje Flach on Saturday

I have not tried your technique but I will. My favorite technique is emboss resist - it is so forgiving! I hope your NY trip was wonderful! 

Comment by Joanne DiMattia on March 16, 2018 at 3:03pm

Nice cards

Comment by Linda Brown on March 16, 2018 at 7:22am

It is nice to learn all the techniques others enjoy. I love the resist technique and use it often.

Love the idea of using stencil for background.

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