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  • Debbie Gaetz, Bella Carta

Stampstracts are RubberMoon fun!

RubberMoon stamps are some of the most fun images to play with. And I literally mean play! Kristen Powers, aka Kae Pea, has designed a set of "Stampstracts" that allow you to make your own design on most any medium you wish. Of course, I had to order the entire set and I finally had some time to start playing. Alert: it's addicting.

Take your mind for an artsy whirl around the RubberMoon orbit . . .

Go to this link for the RubberMoon website:

Here is my first attempt . . .

RubberMoon, Stampstracts

I lightly spritzed a piece of 110 lb. card stock with water and added shades of blue watercolor. I lightly spritzed with water again and let the color spread. I took another piece of the same card stock and "smoothed" it on top, aka "kissing". Both pieces are now suitable for use. I chose the second piece as my background for my Stampstracts. I chose the images, placed them where I wanted them, and individually stamped each with VersaFine ink in Onyx Black. After heat setting the stamped images, I colored with the Zig Real Clean Color Brush watercolor pens. With a black Micron pen, I drew lines to attach the arms to the hands, the feet to the body, eye glasses, and extra strands of hair. The sentiment is also from RubberMoon. It was framed with a scrap from a beautiful designer paper from Magenta.

That was all I was going to post. And then I sat down to do another Stampscrapt on an Inchie Arts' ATC Art Square.

RubberMoon, Stampstracts, Inchie Arts, ATC

This reminded me of a summer long ago at a working olive farm in Tuscany. I think it's the pool and then the trees in the background.

Launch yourself into the RubberMoon orbit . . . you have to try these Stampstracts. Order a few or order them all. The possibilities are endless and out of this world!

Now, I must go away from the playpen. Thanks so much for stopping by.

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