Rock N Roll Stamping Technique

Field of Flowers bundle from Stampin' UP! is perfect for the Rock N Roll technique.

The Rock N Roll stamping technique is an oldie but a goody. This technique is so simple but packs a punch.

I needed to create some birthday cards for my team members. So I made a few using the rock n roll stamping technique and the brand new Field of Flowers bundle.

Rock N Roll Stamping technique is great for beginning stampers

I used the Here’s A Card stamp set and stamped the sentiment in Poppy Parade ink. The Stitched So Sweetly dies provided the perfect little scallop rectangle for the sentiment.

Mass producing birthday cards with the rock n roll technique

Rock N Roll Stamping Technique Measurements:

+ Whisper White Thick cardstock card base 4-1/4″ x 11″

+ Poppy Parade cardstock 3/4″ x 4-1/4″

+ Mango Melody cardstock 1/4″ x 4-1/4″

+ Whisper White Thick cardstock Stitched So Sweetly Scalloped Rectangle

All the supplies are listed below the video. You can click on any of the images to purchase them in my online store.

**Please note there is a typo in the intro of this video. It says Senior Grad Card … OOPS**

Rock N Roll Stamping Technique Supply list:

**NOTE: The Field of Flowers bundle will be available to purchase on June 3rd**

Mono Sand Eraser:

If you want to see another fun technique I did in the past click HERE. This one also uses the Stampin’ Spritzer.



  1. Debra Walker says

    Great technique-I will have to try it. Funny that Chip May be a rooster. Hope “he” isn’t so you can keep “her”.

  2. Bobbi Olmstead says

    Oh Wendy…. I love the cards, but most of all the Chicken Chip story. We moved in Jan from Fl to Arkansa, and I so hoped we could find a place where we could have a few chickens. Ha ha… i think you have cured me. I hope you find a good home for him/her. The first transgender story that didn’t make me croak.. Every thing will turn out okay…. it always does. Hugs…. Bobbi

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