Saturday, June 15, 2013


Happy Weekend everyone! 
This is Lady Brayton here to give a reminder that some of Rick St. Dennis' darker images will be available in deeply etched sheets of unmounted red rubber measuring 8.5" x 11".  That is the size of printer paper!  The stamp set, Morte, will only be produced and sold by Smeared Ink's Rubber Club.  

If you can already do amazing things with Rick's digital images, just think what you can do with rubber!  Embossing, masking, using the images in clay, using the stamp with embossing ink for resist techniques and using the images directly on a project with no fussy cutting needed.  Oh, the possibilities are endless!

For those that do not stamp well with rubber or are allergic to it, no worries.  You may not be able to get the Morte set, but you can get plenty of skull images here and even more creepalicious images here.

Here is a project I made with one of the images from Rick's rubber set.  The image is named Autumn Window.  BTW, these images will only be available to the public in rubber form.  These will NOT be sold as digis.

Click image to enlarge. 
 For my project, I colored the "Autumn Window" image with copic markers and scanned it to my pc.  From there I used digi paper from Crafty Chaos Designs (out of business), digi spider webs and glowing pumpkin faces from Lotta Designs on Oscraps, chains from deviant art.  Sorry, I forgot the source :(  I used skulls from Itkupilli, iron flourishes from Smeared Ink's "Glam Vamps" digi set and a sentiment from Smeared Ink's "As Death" Set which is now only available in rubber from Smeared Ink's Rubber Club.  The sketch is from the "Very Sketchy" card challenge on the Smeared and Smudged Forum.
~ Cheers ~

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