Rubber Stamping Challenges



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Rubber Stamping Challenges

Rubber stamping challenge websites are sites where a design element or layout is presented and rubber stamp, scrapbooking and card artists can submit their designs to compete for prizes. Join in the fun by submitting your own work or be inspired by the creativity of other rubber stampers.

As an added bonus, all the website owners have included their favorite rubber stamping tips .
 
Friday Sketchers

Be inspired by the participants of this rubber stamping challenge blog. Sadly, the challenges have ended but there's tons of great ideas and lovely cards to look at. Every week a basic card layout was provided and card artists were invited to show off their skills. Visit to view the great work of the participating card artists. Friday Sketchers Blog was formed by a group of rubber stampers and many of the design prizes are from rubber stamp and paper craft companies.

Card Making Tip
Sketch out your design before you start assembling your card. When dealing with elements that may be irreplaceable it's much better to take the time and plan out your design rather than risk damaging something that can't be recreated or replaced.
 
 
Roses on Paper Challenge Blog

Two great rubber stamp companies, Roses on Paper and Belles' and Whistles offer rubber stampers a creative challenge on this weekly challenge blog. Sadly, they are no longer issuing challenges but all of the great submissions are still available to see. Be inspired by everyone's creativity and see what others are making with their rubber stamps.

Rubber Stamping Challenges Tip
When entering a rubber stamp challenge, be sure to read the rules carefully. Many require that a particular brand of stamp or even a specific rubber stamp model be incorporated into the entry.
 
Papertake Weekly

With a new challenge posted every Tuesday night, our rubber stamping challenge blog offers a sketch each week for inspiration and allows submissions to be in the form of cards, LO's, altered art, ATC's etc. Come join in the fun and win great prizes from one of our great paper crafts sponsors.

Card Making Tip
When attaching ribbon to a card, the best thing to use is a cheap and cheerful glue stick ie Pritt. Dab it along the back of the ribbon and then adhere to your card. You wont get any lumps or lines and it lies nice and flat.
 
Owners of a Cricut machine or a die cut machine with letter dies can make a great alternative to chipboard letters but just cutting 5 or 6 letters out of thin card and sticking them together