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. I’ve never heard of this technique before but I want to achieve those lovely soft effects so I’ll have to give it a go.

  2. I’ve just hopped over from Debby’s blog and boy was it worth it. Great video. Am abolutely loving these stamps!

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