Sunday, 9 February 2020

10 Ways to Use the Rubber Band Technique - VIDEO!



Hi Friends! I'm excited to share a technique with you today that is an oldie but such a goodie! It's called the "Rubber Band" technique and I first shared this on my blog and youtube channel five years ago. I had no idea how popular this video would be! You can see the original here

I decided to create a revised version of this technique as there are so many fun ways to use it that I had not shown in my original video. I've created TEN card designs using the "Rubber Band Technique" and believe me, I could have made many more! I love this technique because it uses something as basic as rubber bands to create interesting backgrounds for our cards and projects. 

In my video, I demonstrate a very basic card first (I pretty much cased my original card from the first video I made) and then a second card using the same layout but with heat embossing. I then show the eight card variations with the "Rubber Band Technique" using different embossing powders, foil card stock, pigment powders and how to combine this with other techniques, such as the Emboss Resist Technique. I truly had so much FUN making these cards! 


  • I'm also offering a PDF tutorial for all ten cards, which contains photos, step-by-step instructions, supply lists and measurements. You can use these tutorials however you wish - for personal use, workshops, classes, etc.  
  • All I ask is that you do not circulate these tutorials with others as I put a lot of work and time into creating them for you. If you are a demonstrator who wishes to use these tutorials in your events, please do not distribute the PDF to your participants (though you're welcome to CASE the cards) and credit to me for the inspiration would be sincerely appreciated. 

Cost for the ten "Rubber Band Technique" tutorials is $19.99 CDN and will be sent via email within 24 hours following your purchase. 


  I have no doubt you'll have as much fun creating your cards with the Rubber Band Technique as I did!

Enjoy the day & HAPPY STAMPING!

4 comments:

  1. Very nice technique. Your video showcased your cards beautifully. The oriental stamp set cries out for this technique.

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  2. Tina, Thank you for offering this tutorial to those of us who don't live in Canada. I love all of your cards. This is a technique I have never tried.It will be fun. Thanks for sharing your talent.

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    1. Hi France! I'm so glad you're happy about the tutorials - hope you're enjoying yours! xx

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  3. Think I posted some place else, but do it again as I LOVED THIS TECHNIQUE ! Cannot wait to try and I also ordered your Tutorials. Hope it came thru & if not please let me know!

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