Wednesday, April 24, 2013

This N That

Something new, you say?  Yes, some brand new Rogue Redhead stamps to play with.

Rogue Redhead Designs is delighted to announce its newest release, This N That, a half plate of unmounted rubber stamps with a lot of personality.  This eclectic collection of vintage focal images and bold sentiments is sure to enchant.  With our fashionable flapper Midge and our adoring lovebirds along with our newest set of sentiments, you’ll be inspired to create many unique papercrafting projects.  This half plate also features its own mini background, a charming checkerboard, ideal for ATCs and smaller creations.  


The This N That plate will be on sale for an introductory price of US$12.00 until May 30, 2013 when it will return to its regular retail price of US$15.00.  RRD will also be offering this plate in our Rogue’s Choice Bundle along with our popular Milliner Misses mini collection from today through May 30, 2013 for the sale price of US$18.00 (reg. US$22.50).  

Rogue Redhead Designs also offers mounting supplies.  Purchase your mounting supplies with individual plates to save money!   Just click on the “More Options” link below each plate on our Ranges page at the RRD store.  Download our EZ-Mount Instruction Sheet for how-tos on mounting unmounted rubber stamps!

Come back to the Rogue Redhead Designs blog all through this month to see a variety of samples using this new collection! 
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This N That Stamp Plate

How amazing is this perfect ATC size checkerboard??  The love birds are adorable!  I stamped the birds twice.  Fussy cut the pair and popped them on the checkerboard with foam adhesive.  Then I fussy cut just one bird and placed it on top of the first one with another foam dot for added dimension.  Fabulous sentiments on this plate too!

Other Materials used:
generic black cardstock
Ranger Distress Ink Markers
Stampin' Up colored card stock
Archival black ink

Special thanks to Jen B. at Freshly Made Sketches  for posting a sketch that worked perfectly for my card.

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