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Monday, October 31, 2011

Simple Christmas card by Joanne Wardle

Another Preview of the new stamps from Rogue Redhead, This is from the Candy Kisses Plate. A super simple card coloured with one colour of marker and a blender pen. I've also added some white flower soft for a snowy effect.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Laura Liddell: What about bookmarks?

I have been playing with the new stamps again. Available any day now. Very soon! And i thought they could be used to make some very elegant bookmarks for girl friends at Christmas. I can just see those wonderful heads sitting out proud from the pages of a book. What do you think?

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Barbara is on the Run Again

We just caught Barbara redhead-handed using her RRD stamps! Barbara's been caught before so we think she must like being a Rogue! This time, we found her using her Beach Babes plate!

Her fabulous entry to the Think Outside the ATC Rebel Challenge was delightful!

From the wonderful background to the sandy beach, this is a stylish ATC. Isn't that kite an awesome touch! Well done, Barbara!

To see more of Barbara's art, visit her at her blog - Magic Delights.

Want to be a Rogue on the Run? Just start using your RRD stamps and email us your artwork or links!

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Beverly G: Stylin'

A Good Tuesday Morning to Everyone!
I've got a little sneak peak for you all this morning. Shar has lots of exciting things planned for all of us in the coming weeks. This card was made with one of the stamps and sentiments from the new Milliner Misses she will be releasing soon. Yes, as you can see she's our logo girl.
So stay tuned and keep checking back periodically for some fun and excitement.

Thanks for visiting and viewing,
Beverly G ♥

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

APB on the ATC: Jack Caught Again!

We've caught Jack using her Relish Reading stamps on this great ATC!

Made for Rebel Challenge #3: Think Outside the ATC, Jack has created a wonderful scene with the school girl from Relish Reading walking right out of this beautifully crafted Artist Trading Card.

Don't you love the lovely coloring and beautiful background?

To see more of Jack's great art, check out her blog - Jack's Arty Crafty Kreations.

Want to get caught redhead-handed? Play one of our challenges or email us a link to your latest RRD creation!

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Stephanie Severin ~ Read in Order to Live

Our Rebel Challenge #4 is to make a tag featuring a quote.

I chose the Flaubert quote from Relish Reading for my bookmark tag. The quote, together with two other images from the set, were stamped in Versamark & clear embossed.

I started with Scattered Straw Distress ink around her face, and then moved on to Ripe Persimmon, Rusty Hinge and Frayed Burlap inks for a combination of beautiful fall hues. I added some sheer wired ribbon and a wrap of brown ribbon to complete the bookmark.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Love Your Style by Joanne Wardle

This card is made with an image and words from the soon-to-be-released Rogue Redhead plate "Milliner Misses". This is an easy peasy quick collage card. The main image is coloured with pencils, the edges distressed and inked with tea dye distress ink. and that's about as complicated as it gets.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Sharon Briss: Antique Book Plates

While reading through my latest issue of the Technique Junkie Newsletter, I came across a tutorial on how to create Antique Bookplates. Knowing my obsession with all things literary, you all know I just HAD to try this one out.

I started with my go-to plate for all things involved with literature - Relish Reading - and created a vintage feel bookplate from the wonderfully detailed tutorial!

Of course, I had to go Rogue and not completely follow instructions. What else is new? So, I double matted my ATC sized bookplates and mounted them on cards. I seem to do that a lot with my ATCs lately....hmmm.

Stamps: swingers, book and Almanac page background from Relish Reading

For the second card, I kept out my Almanac page background from Relish Reading and inked up a soon-to-be-released image from Milliner Misses.

This particular young lady you may recognize from my logo. Her name is Dot in remembrance of my fantastic flapper grandmother, Doris. I'll introduce you to the rest of "the girls" when we release this stylish mini plate next month.

Stamps: Dot from Milliner Misses and Almanac page background from Relish Reading.

Hope you all go rogue while trying new things!

Friday, October 14, 2011

Quote on a Tag: Laura Liddell

Shar has just sent me the new Release stamps which should be available soon at Rogue Redhead. I just could not resist using these for the Quote on a Tag. Both the quote" Good friends are always in fashion" and the superb image are part of the new stamp set "Milliner Misses", which I think is a real winner. I hope I haven't posted before I was meant to with this plate?

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

RC003 - Think Outside the ATC Winner

Thanks to everyone who played RC003: Think Outside the ATC! Awesome entries one and all!

So without further ado...we will reveal our randomly drawn winner....

Congratulations to Trisha Too!

Trisha Too, please contact RRD at to get your $15.00 Voucher. Thanks for playing!

Want to get into the winners circle? Check out RC004: Tag Lines, our newest challenge! It dares you to combine the fun format of a tag with a fabulous quote!

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Beverly G: Autumn Day Dream

Good Tuesday Morning Everyone!
We're starting to have some Fall weather here in N. TX. so I was inspired to make this sunny, crisp, autumn afternoon card.
I love to water color this girl from the Relish Reading stamp set and the sentiment goes just perfect with my mood the last few days. Fall is my favorite time of year.
I used the Labels Seven Nestabilities die because it is shaped like a book and I hope you can see in the photo that I gently rolled the pages, used Scor-Tape to hold them down to create the illusion of an open book. I couldn't resist adding the 3-D leaves and branches with a couple of falling acorns to the tree.
Happy Fall stamping--

Monday, October 10, 2011

Penny Bennington: Near the Ocean's Edge

To join in with this month's Rebel Challenge, I chose to use the Thoreau quote from Beach Babes and stamped it with white pigment ink directly onto this photo of my Dad walking along the beach at Pemaquid Point. Now I know many of you would say that the beaches where you live are beautiful and sandy, but I LOVE our rocky Maine coast beaches and Pemaquid is one of my favorites. Actually where my Dad is walking is right along the cliff edge - there's a sheer drop-off right down to the Atlantic. Needless to say, Pemaquid is not a swimming kind of beach; more a hang out on the rocks and listen to the crashing waves kind of beach - so wonderful! To complete my tag, I added strips of paper using the script stamp from Relish Reading and the sand pattern stamp from Beach Babes stamped using watercolor crayons and water spritzes to give a water-like look.

Here's a close-up of the stamped quote:

Saturday, October 8, 2011

RC004: Tag Lines

Welcome to our latest Rebel Challenge! For our fourth challenge, we'd like you to feature a

Fabulous Quote
on a Tag

Your tag can be any size. It can be decorated in any way - but it must have a quote! You can even mount your tag on a long as it contains a quote! We are not talking sentiments here; these have to be honest to goodness quotes.

1) You can use any products to participate in this challenge. You do not have to use Rogue Redhead Designs products but it would be fabulous if you did!

2) Your submission must include some stamping.

3) Please read the directions for the challenge. We like to add a twist here and there. Your submission must include at least one tag and at least one quote. You may, if you wish, mount your tag on a card, ATC or mixed media project as long as it follows our other guidelines.

4) Links that are not to a single post (ie only to a general blog post) will not be accepted.

5) All submission posts need to include a link back to this challenge to be eligible for the challenge prize.

One challenge winner will be drawn randomly from the qualified submissions for a $15.00 US voucher at the Rogue Redhead Store.

This challenge will end on November 6, 2011. The winner will be announced on November 9, 2011.

I've put together a little inspiration for you! Hope you enjoy it!

You can go one layer and straight stamping,

Stamp: starfish, crab, shell, border, background
and quote from Beach Babes

Or have fun with paper and embellishments,

Stamp: quote from Relish Reading

Or even go nuts with dimension!

Stamp: quote from Floriculture

So go Rogue with this challenge! Find your creative rebel spirit!

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Deb Corder: A Goodbye to Summer

Happy Thursday! Here's a card with one last look at summer.

It' all started with a Memory Box paper. It had all these need spaces calling out for stamps. The little boy from Rouge Redhead Designs BEACH BABES fit perfectly. Then it was just a little embellishment to finish. The little boy was colored with colored pencils and the softened with a little gamsol.

Stamps: Rogue Redhead BEACH BABES and BITS 'N PIECES
Ink: Archival sepia
Paper: Memory Box
Accessories: wood swirl, paper flower, button, glitter, gold beads, leaf punch

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Stephanie Severin: Music of the Sea

My card was inspired by this photograph found at Creature Comfort. I loved the idea of the music of the sea and the beautiful muted hues.

I used beautiful new Lost & Found Sunshine papers from My Mind's Eye together with stamps from Beach Babes (quote and those oh-so-versatile birds) & Relish Reading (flourishes that reminded me of the ocean's waves).

I love that quote ... such a great reminder of the things we miss out on in life if we stay too close to the shore.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Simple Set Saturday: Full Coverage Cards

If you are like me, you LOVE patterned paper! Here's a quick way to use some of your favorite papers. I used the Beach Babes for the images for some full-coverage cards!

Often times, we don't cover the entire surface of the face of the card. I's seems tricky to get the cuts exactly right. That could not be farther from the truth! I always cut my panels slightly too big and apply the glue to the card base instead of the paper. Once I have the paper attached, I flip over the card and cut along the edge of the cardstock - voila, perfect edges and full coverage on my card front!

Here's a few quick cards I put together with a simple format - 2 designer papers and an image matted with an oval.

Okay, it's your turn now!
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