It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! Have you put your stamps on a block and not been able to get them straight? Then use a square. I will often have a pack of dimensionals on my crafting desk. Grab them and use it for a straight line.
It’s Tutorial Thursday! This is the day we learn how to emboss on vellum, window sheets, and glossy card stock. To color them you will need the Stampin’ Blends (alcohol markers). You can also emboss with powder and a heat tool but the blends bring a level of softness to the card.
It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended! What do you do with your canceled stamps? Do you simply throw the envelope away? In this case take the stamps off and glue to a piece of card stock. Die cut in to a shape and use as an accent piece on a card.
It’s Sale Saturday! Are you bored with what we have to offer for Sale-A-Bration? Do you wish some of our stamps that are offered have die cuts? You’re in luck! In the second release for Sale-A-Bration there are many coordinating products for the first release.
So here’s how to get a copy of this new brochure…if you have ordered or are hosting with me during Sale-A-Bration you are already on the list. I will coordinate with you for delivery. If you have not ordered with me since January 2019 then please contact me.
Creating a stamp is not hard. Creating one that lasts and has great quality…I will leave that to the experts. If you read Tuesday’s technique post you already know what I am talking about. For today I will finish the card.
It’s Wacky Wednesday where a product is used in a way it is not intended. Did you know that you can make your own stamps? I am not saying to go buy another machine. I am saying to use what you already have. So grab your fun foam from the dollar store and your Big Shot. You will need foam, Big Shot, and Embossing Folder of choice. Run the foam through in the folder just like you would with a piece of card stock. Then grab some glue dots and tack the foam to a clear block to create a “stamp”. Then ink and use normally.
To watch how this is done tune in tonight on the Live at 7 pm.
Any stamp can become a background. It doesn’t matter how big or how small. Today’s background is created by the stamp set Crafting Forever. For the finished card please come back on Thursday for the tutorial.
Tip: Make sure if you are coloring to stamp with memento ink for the stampin’ blends or in archival ink for the watercolor pencils, aqua painters, or stampin’ write markers.
Do you think I have completely lost it? I have not gone off the deep end. And if I have, more than half of you are out here treading and floating with me. 🙂 Here’s what I am talking about when I say to stamp naked.
For those of you that prefer the clear mount stamps (I am starting to get there), please stamp naked. Keep your sticker off the back of your stamp. Draw a line, trace the image, whatever you have to do. The stamps stick better to the blocks if they are “naked”. And after a while and they begin to not stick as well make sure to clean them. If all else fails take a chapstick with no tint and apply a little to your block. This will “glue” your stamp on quite nicely.
Have you tried the new photorealistic stamps from Stampin’ Up!? They are awesome! We have the bear, the flower, and the bunny. And they are amazing!
This is a new technique in stamping and you will think the stamp is broken or defective. It is relatively flat but it works. Sweet Little Something is the cute bunny that looks like a blob when you first start. Here is the steps pictured. The first step is stamped with Sahara Sand. The second is with Crumb Cake stamped off. The third, and last, is Crumb Cake.
If you have questions or would like to order one of these three sets please contact me. To order online please use host code MGPDGHD4 to help Sandy.