Today is Rubbernecker Stamps RELEASE DAY!! Thank you for joining us for the fun!!
To change it up a bit, our RELEASE hop is MORE than a HOP!!! How about a game? For some Release Day fun, we are having a WORD SCRAMBLE!! All you have to do is travel to EACH of the FABULOUS design team blogs, like usual, and leave them some LOVE!! However, while you are there, you will pick up a LETTER at EACH stop!! At the end of your journey you will UNSCRAMBLE the letters and figure out what the WORD should be!! You will then leave your ANSWER on the RUBBERNECKER BLOG! ONE lucky entry will receive a PRIZE……………………………….
**A $25 RUBBERNECKER STAMPS GIFT CERTIFICATE**
MY LETTER IS “ E”
You will have until THURSDAY to enter, for we know that everyone is VERY busy!! You can find the HOP ROUTE below! Thanks again for joining Rubbernecker Stamps for their NEW RELEASE DAY!!! Hope you enjoy the HOP!!
New stamps are available at Rubbernecker today! Here is one of them that I really love.
The card front is bashful blue cardstock. The French Script bg stamp is inked with tea dye and vintage photo distress ink and then the edges were sponged with the same colors. The background flouris was inked with vintage photo distress ink and stamped twice on the diagonal. The main flourish was inked with Versamark ink, stamped and embossed with white embossing powder. That layer is mounted onto a dark brown cardstock. The bow is seam binding which was colored with bashful blue ink and also the vintage photo distress ink, crumpled and dried. I then tied a bow and added the jewel to the center before attaching to the card front.
Stamps: 2 Part Flourish set 1 546-01, French Script 448
Now hop along this route to find all the other wonderful creations, collect the letters and unscramble the word so you can WIN!
- Charlene Merrick
- Frances Gumprecht
- Jacquie Peifer
- Jen Charboneau
- Joan Ervin
- Julia Aston
- Juliana Swanson
- Karen Hunsaker
- Kittie Caracciolo
- Maria Gurnsey
- Cathy Bomgardner-Mutnik
After visiting all the blogs, leaving a little love at each, collecting all the letters and unscrambling them, be sure to head back to Rubbernecker Blog and leave a comment with the solution to the puzzle.