Rubbernecker Multi Stamping Technique

Hi readers! TGIF! I’m excited to welcome back the fabulous Debby Hughes to our blog to share with you these amazing Rubbernecker stamps and their possibilities! I hope this feature and video give you lots of inspiration and motivation to give these great and unique stamps a try!



Hello, Debby here today. My love affair with watercoloring continues and I was delighted to try out these Bunch Of Tulips and Field Of Poppies Rubbernecker multi-step stamps which give a gorgeous free-hand watercolor look without actually have to free-hand anything!


I’ve a video below of the two cards I made so please check that out. I started by blending Simon Says Stamp Sea Glass, Melon and Cotton Candy dye inks in to a panel of watercolor card. I then stamped the Rubbernecker images with Distress Inks and while the inks were wet I added more depth with Gansai Tambi paints.


After splattering paint, Perfect Pearls solution and Heidi Swapp gold Color Shine, I then cut the panels with a Stitched Rectangle before adding a twine bow and a Blessed die cut from DCWV glitter card.


I added a few sequins from Little Things by Lucy’s Cards and Pretty Pink Posh to bring in more gold accents to finish.


Watch the video:


Thanks so much for reading today, and thanks to Debby for this fabulous tutorial to educate us on these great stamps!


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  1. These stamps are amazing. I love that sketchy, hand painted look. Such a simple process for some simply stunning cards.

  2. Every time I see this stamps I think they are beautiful! But never bought them…so they are on my wishinglist; the cards here look just great with them!

  3. How lovely and soft. I love the video….the stamps do line up beautifully. The added touches of color are perfect. Anyone would love to receive one of these cards. Thanks for the wonderful project ideas.

  4. GORGEOUS cards, BEAUTIFUL stamps and technique – WOW – I’m INSPIRED!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your tutorial with us Debby!!!

  5. Beautiful cards! I have a hard time cutting my glitter paper and saw that yours looked flawless, like the plastic coating doesn’t cut all the way and have to really work hard on getting delicate die cuts. Any tips?

  6. These stamps are amazing, making a look of watercolour. Thanks Debbie I am indpired by your vudro. Cheers

  7. This is a very well-written and informative post. In my opinion, this is one of the very best posts that has ever been published. Your work is outstanding, and it motivates me to do better. Please accept my sincere gratitude.

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