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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Zoechaos Caught Being Creative with RRD!

Yes, the notorious Zoechaos has been caught redhead-handed creating beautiful art with her RRD stamps!

She has created a lovely scene with her Relish Reading stamps! Taking the outdoors indoors, she has masterfully exchanged our seated reader's tree for some elegant drapes but still given her a fabulous view outside! You can tell the young lady is transported away by her novel as we are with the card itself!

From the wonderful paper piecing and coloring down to the fabulous pullbacks for the drapes, this whole card is one gorgeous creation!

You can see more of Zoe's excellent art at This Little Place, her delightful blog!

Want to get caught too? Email us your art made with Rogue Redhead images and you'll join the rolls of our fantastic Rogues on the Run!

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Beverly G: Grid Flowers

Good Tuesday Morning Everyone! Hope you're surviving the Holidays and if you exchange presents, you got everything you wished for.
I know, I know, some of you may have snow. My card for you today is built on our current challenge-Get Griddy--you still have time to enter, it doesn't close until Jan 8th.
With all our busy schedules I hope my card will inspire you to slow down and smell the flowers along the way, even if they are imaginary ones. Let your families eat some leftovers while you're in your studio creating a wonderful project.
For my card I've used the background stamp from the Beach Babes set, which is so versatile, the main image and the sentiment are from the Floriculture set. I've colored the flowers with PrismaColor pencils and blended with Sansodor Low Odor Solvent and I do love sponging around the edges for just that bit of softening and finishing  I like to get.
We look forward to seeing you all in 2012--

Happy Stamping and Happy New Year !!
Beverly G ♥

Monday, December 26, 2011

Penny Bennington: A Very Rogue Christmas

I don't know about you, but I'm still inspired by Tim Holtz's 12 Tags of Christmas and couldn't resist one more kind of Rogue-ified. I started with a wrinkle free distress background using Antique Linen, Bundled Sage and Fired Brick distress stains and then created fragment charm Christmas ornaments by first using alcohol inks (Cranberry and Bottle) and then stamped ladies from the trio of Milliner Misses using archival ink and then blotted and buffed it off creating a resist effect. I wired them to the tag using the swirl from Relish Reading as their anchor. To finish off my tag I added a sentiment from Stampers Anonymous and die cut greenery and pearls.

Here's a close-up of the fragment charms:

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas!

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Sharon Briss: Let it Snow

I just can't put down my Beautifully Dunn stamps this holiday season. I just love their free flowing style!

This card is a very simple Clean and Simple format. I paper pieced the intertwined hearts from Snow Hugs with the two coordinating papers. The sentiment is from Candy Kisses.

Our Anniversary Sale is almost at a close! Don't miss out on our great bargains! We have a bunch of bundles including our Beautifully Dunn bundle featuring collections of our unmounted stamp plates at great prices! Hurry! The sale ends next Friday!

Want to see more great cards with these two sets? Check out the Snow Hugs and Candy Kisses sample galleries on our website!

Wishing you many merry moments this holiday season!

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Sharon Briss: Quicky Bits and Pieces Holiday Card

Get behind on your cards? Here's a super easy holiday card using the Bits and Pieces plate!

I used the circle stamp from Bits and Pieces and added lines with markers and a bit of ribbon to add to the effect of holiday ornaments. Super easy and super fast!

Hope your week is merry and bright!

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Stephanie Severin: Candy Kisses Grid

This month's Rebel Challenge is to Get Griddy. I loved the grid of faces on Shar's card, so I used a similar design for mine.

I stamped the sweet little couple from Candy Kisses four times with India ink, and then punched them out using a square punch (I flipped the punch over & positioned the snowflakes at the top and side on the edges to make them all close to the same).

I colored with Prismacolor pencils using colors from the Play Date Cafe. The layout is a Sweet Sunday Sketch. I finished with a sentiment Stickerz from EAD Designs.

We hope you'll Get Griddy with us this month for a chance to win some Rogue Redhead Design stamps (and who doesn't love free stamps).

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Marvelous Mail

Today, I wanted to share with you some of the awesome paperart I have received in the mail in the last couple of weeks. Each one made me smile and I was awed by the amazing craftwork!

The first item I'll show you is this fabulous tag which I received from Lynn Stevens, a friend who is dear to my heart. Her amazing joie de vivre, fabulous friendship and uncompromising talent make knowing her not only an honor but a delight! Check out this tag - it is beyond gorgeous! I may be prejudiced because it features Dot from Milliner Misses! This little beauty is currently on my tree along with a sweet house ornament Lynn made me. Thanks so much, Lynn!

The next card is from a new friend, Stamping Sue. I loved that she was sweet enough to send a card with her RRD order! I love the warm feeling of this card. She cleverly created a textured background of inked swirls which echoed the steam coming off this steaming cup of tea! Her paper piecing is phenomenal and I really loved the papers she chose! Thanks tons, Sue!

I've known Vada for awhile now through Gingersnap Creations and I am always awed by her fabulous art and her wonderful designs. This delicate and stylish card came to me with her latest RRD order. So pretty! The pale peach with the delightful silver is just so classy. The center embellishment in its papercut niche brings it all together. Vada also added some fab details such as added layered white flowers and words hightlighted in coordinating peach in the background. Big thank you for this card, Vada!

The final card was a fabulous Christmas greeting that winged its way to me from Holly Brown! You may recognize this card from the most recent Technique Junkies newsletter where it appeared as a sample of the Faux Designer Brads technique. She used the toque from the Snow Hugs plate and added some fun pom pom faux designer brads. I love her colors - so fresh and fun and perfect for this cold time of year! I keep running into Holly all over the stamposphere and we have a ton of fun together. I love the way she composes her fabulous card creations - each one a total treasure. Thank you Holly for letting me not only see this card in real life, but add it to my Christmas decorations! You'll be seeing more of Holly around here soon!

Here's wishing you a week of finding amazing things in your mailbox!

Friday, December 16, 2011

Snow Love: Laura Liddell

I have made a simple card from the Snow Hugs plate. 
The words are from Snow Hugs but I have used the word individually to make up the title. 
The words are stamped onto a background that comes from the Essential Stamp plate.
Instead of snowflakes there is love falling all around. 
Nice concept, I thought. 
May your Christmas be filled with love.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Stephanie Severin ~ Monochromatic Floriculture

My card for this week's SCS Inspiration Challenge was inspired by this Flowering Tealight Holder in traditional Vietnamese blue & white from Ten Thousand Villages.
I used images from RRD's Floriculture Plate to create a similar monochromatic design.

I didn't have any matching pearls, so I dyed white pearls with the same Ranger Archival Cobalt Ink that I used to stamp my images.

Designer: Stephanie Severin

Saturday, December 10, 2011

RC006: Get Griddy

Thanks to everyone who played our last Rebel Challenge! We had a lot of great new players!

This month, we've got another fun assignment for you! This time we are asking you to

Get Griddy

Grid cards are a fabulous way to show off montage of great images, papers or textures. We're going to leave it up to you! Go for a 2x2, 3x3 or 3x4 grid card or hanging! Just make sure your grid includes at least 3 squares. Of course, this being a Rebel Challenge, if you can think up an amazing way to use a grid on something other than a card or hanging - GO FOR IT!

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 a grid design. Your grid must include AT LEAST 3 squares.

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 Designs Store.

This challenge will end on January 8, 2012. The winner will be announced on January 11, 2012 and will have until February 11, 2012 to claim their prize.

Here's some easy ideas to get you started!

You could try going seasonal with a simple 3 x 1 grid.

Stamps: couple and sentiment from Snow Hugs

Get arty with a color collage masterboard made into a 3x2 grid.

Stamps: sentiment, fern, rose, lily
and cosmos bud from Floriculture

Or, go bold and bright with an all-over grid!

Stamps: cupcakes from Candy Kisses and
sentiment from Bits & Pieces

Join us throughout the month for some other challenge inspirations from the Design Team as well as many other great projects!

Your turn! Find your creative rebel spirit!

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Deb Corder: Birthday Girls

My beautiful niece, Jessica, turned 24 on Sunday. This is the birthday card I sent her.

I used a 4x6 printed paper with the border and then just embellished with flowers, wood scroll piece, and a birthday wish. The Milliner Misses were water colored with my aqua pen and Distress Inks.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Put Rogue on Your Wish List

Want to have Rogue Redhead stamps show up under your tree this year?

Make it easy for everyone and print out our Wish List and give it to all those people clamoring to find out what you want for the holidays!

We also have gift certificates available! Check it out on our website.

Don't forget - we've only got a few weeks left to go on the great values available during our 1st Anniversary Sale!

Rebel Challenge #5 Winner

Thanks to everyone who played Rebel Challenge #5: Dress Down! It was amazing to see everyone's different take on this challenge!

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

Congrats to Jenn Zeeb

Jenn, please contact RRD at to get your $15.00 US Voucher to the RRD store. You have until January 7, 2012 to redeem your prize.

We've also selected the Rebel Challenge Top 3!

Shirley C., Maria Matter, and Wendy, you can proudly display our Top 3 badge!

Artwork by Shirley C.

Artwork by Maria Matter

Artwork by Wendy

Thanks to everyone who played!

Want to get into the winners circle? Come back on Saturday to find out what we have planned for Rebel Challenge #6!

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Beverly G: The Garden

A Great Good Tuesday Morning!
Even though we're starting winter I've got a pretty spring card for you today. To acheive this light aqua color I used Pool Party ink from Stampin Up. I took a sponge and the vanilla taffeta ribbon and pulled it across the ink pad until I liked the hue. My card base is a Kraft card blank and the polka dot paper is unknown, with Pool Party backing scallops. I've been wanting to try out these beveled windowpanes for awhile and the flowers in the Floriculture stamp set worked perfect. I stamped the flowers and then glued the windowpanes down with Glossy Accents.
Happy Creating with all the great deals Shar has going on for our 1st Anniversary.

Thanks for visiting and viewing,
Beverly G ♥

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Bundle Sunday

There's only a few weeks left in the Rogue Redhead 1st Anniversary Sale!

Don't miss out on our great bundle packages!

You can get our Winter 2011 Bundle - Candy Kisses and Milliner Misses - for the low price of $16.88 until December 30, 2011.

I put these two collections together for this card.

Stamps: hat trio from Milliner Misses
and sentiment from Candy Kisses

We have 3 other fantastic Bundle deals also available until December 30, 2011.

The Beautifully Dunn Bundle includes both Snow Hugs and Candy Kisses, the two whimsical plates by New England artist Kathryn Dunn. Designed to compliment each other, these two plates are now on sale for $27.75.

Stamps: girl and snowman from Candy Kisses
and sentiment from Snow Hugs

Love vintage? Then, our Vintrigue Bundle is for you! The Vintrigue Bundle contains 2 full plates - Relish Reading and Beach Babes, 1 half plate - Floriculture and 1 mini - Milliner Misses. All four plates are now on sale in this bundle for $49.88.

Stamps: cosmos bud and sentiment from Floriculture
and Sandy Beach background from Beach Babes

New to Rogue Redhead and want to catch up with our collections? Check out our Lucky 7 Bundle which includes all our 1st year releases including 3 full plates - Relish Reading, Snow Hugs and Beach Babes, 3 half plates - Floriculture, Bits & Pieces and Candy Kisses, and our new mini - Milliner Misses. Get all 7 Rogue Redhead release for $88.88, regularly $118.50.

Stamps: lily of the valley from Floriculture
and sentiment from Bits and Pieces

Stamps: cosmos bud from Floriculture
and Almanac page background from Relish Reading

Stamps: sitting girl from Relish Reading
and sentiment from Snow Hugs

To find out more and to order one of these bundles, check out the Specials page on the RRD website.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Simple Set Saturday: Squaring Off

Welcome to the December edition of Simple Set Saturday! Instead of making more holiday cards, I decided to make some cards I could give away instead.

Keeping it simple and keeping in line with our current (and about to close) Rebel Challenge, I have used only one designer paper to create these simple cards.

I stamped two 1.5" squares with my image and then cut two matching squares from the same paper as the base. I did precut my grid base but I retrimmed it after placing my squares.

I finished off by stamping my sentiments onto ovals and matting them (a little offset) with slightly larger ovals.

Here's how they turned out:

Stamps: Olive from Milliner Misses and sentiment from Floriculture

Stamps: Bea from Milliner Misses and sentiment from Candy Kisses

Stamps: Dot from Milliner Misses and sentiment from Candy Kisses

Want to play along? Add your own versions of to our Simple Set Saturday gallery for this month!
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