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Monday, July 6, 2020

Blue Knight Footbridge

Hi Everyone,  hope you all are well and that you had a great 4th of July.  Ours was fairly quiet, we did a little grilling and watched some fireworks from a distance.   Our fur babies was not happy with the sounds of the fireworks that were going off all day.  I don't blame them.  They did not hurt my ears like it did theirs, but I was tired of hearing them.

I am sharing cards that I made with Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Footbridge set.  This set comes with five stamps, the footbridge, two different sizes sailboats and two different sizes of ducks.    I made three cards this week, one that is dramatic, one that is not so dramatic and one that has a clean and peaceful look.  I colored the water a different color on each card.  Which card do you like best?

For my first card,  I stamped the images  and colored it with Copics.  I made a mask for the sun, sponged it, then I used the reverse mask and then I used brushes to sponge on Distress Inks to create the beautiful sunset.

For my second card,  I stamped my images on the cardstock and colored it with Copics.  I made a mask for my sun using the same technique as I did on the first card.  I used a sponge dauber with blue ink and a Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil  to sponge the clouds.  I used the Blue Knight  Hot Air Balloon stamps to use in the background.  I stamped them on card stock and colored them with Copics.  I then fussy cut them and attached them to the card.

For my last card, I stamped the image on card stock and colored with Copics.  I used the Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil with Caribbean ink to sponge on the clouds.

If you would like to see more cards made with Blue Knight Rubber Stamps, tune into the Blog and the Facebook Page.   Blue Knight Rubber Stamps also has lots of videos on You Tube.

Thank you, for stopping by for a visit today.  I hope to see you again soon.


  1. Wow, Shirley, hard to say which of these three is the best! They are all exquisitely beautiful with the blending of colorful skies and water, and the footbridge seems like an invitation to come closer to the beauty it leads to. Absolutely a fabulous trio with this stamp set!

  2. Only one word, well 3 actually Shirley! each are - Phenominal.
    Take care
    Faith x

  3. I am so glad you shared these to my Paper paper paper fb group! Just love it. I’ll have to go check out the stamps.

  4. Love the first hot scene. What a versatile stamp set. Beautiful cards. Hugz

  5. Three beautiful scenes using this stamp, it's always great to have multiple uses for our crafty items be able to use them for different occasions.

  6. Wow! all three cards are gorgeous. Wonderful scene building!

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    1. Thank you, Debbie, for the nice comment. Let me know if you have a blog, I would love to visit it, if you do.