Fun With Wheel Stamps and More!

Happy sunday folks. Today in most of the US we set our clocks ahead (an extra hour of daylight yea!) and when that happens Spring is sure to come soon! I am very excited because tomorrow I get to pick a winner for a brand new set of ProMarkers so if you have not entered for this awesome prize may sure you do today on the give-away post. Here is a card I made using Promarkers, wheel stamps, chalks, rainbow ink and the freebie digistamp from Thursday’s post, video to follow.

Supplies: Digital Stamp (Lindsay's Stamp Stuff), Rubber Stamps: Pink Persimmion (button), PSX (sentiment), Stamp Wheel (Stampin Up!), Ink: Inkadinkado (clear), Klaidacolor (Rainbow), Color medium: Promarkers and Chalk

Here is a video showing you how to make this…sorry it is so long, I knew it was a mistake when YouTube gave me permission to post videos longer than 10 minutes because I can talk all day!

Ane here is a close up of the card, yes, I know it is loud and bright but aren’t we all sometimes? 

 Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

17 thoughts on “Fun With Wheel Stamps and More!

  1. Great video and technique. Love the idea of “stealing” a a few Lego’s from my grandson stash for my craft room. Not like he’ll miss them…he has a Lego bin of 1,000 assorted sizes. so what’s a dozen. lol


  2. Very pretty card- I love the idea of the wheel to add background interest without having to cut out a mask! Love the poppin pastels on your card. Thanks for the visuals!


  3. Your video is wonderful, thanks for the tips. I have a Stamp-a-ma-jig and always forget to use it, duh! I have a couple of questions – on your finished card it looks like the chalks are not on the paper where there is no embossing powder. How do you get them off of the paper so they just show on the design? I haven’t used chalks much and when I have, I have made a mess. And what punch did you use to thread the ribbon on your card?


    1. Hi Jackie, I did not use embossing powder, just the clear embossing ink, it is clear and a wee bit sticky and stays wet long enough to grab the chalk-a little bit if chalw will do! Just stamp an image with clear embossing ink and use a pom-pom ot Q-tip to rub the chalk over your design, the chalk will only stick to the clear ink. Any clear embossing ink will work for this. Try it on a scrap and see how easy it is!

      The punch is by McGill I think, I’ve had it for ages, it is simply called a ribbon slot punch, it is a handheld squeeze punch (looks like a normal hole punch but it has a purple handle) it punched 1 set of 2 slots at a time so I use a ruler to mark the back of my paper before punching so I can line it up. I punched the hole 1/2″ apart:)


  4. Beautiful card and ideas. I like the addition of the ribbon. Really set off the card. Thanks for the tutorial. 🙂


  5. Your card is beautiful, Lindsay!!! Not too bright for my taste. I love it.

    Thanks for a terrific video. I learned several very useful
    things from you today. I really enjoy your videos. I so appreciate that you don’t use only the very latest tools and products that have just been put out. You often teach me new things about stuff I already have and I love that!!! Big hugs!!!! xxxx


  6. Ha ha – I thought I invented using Legos to make a stamp guide!!!! I guess we’re all using our noodles to save money. :0) Mine has a horse lego in the corner that serves as a “handle.” It works great. I’ve been thinking of using Legos to make a wheel guide too.

    Thanks for the tutorials. I especially loved the button one from the other day.


  7. Love the bright card! I must pick up this fun stamp and try out your great ideas! I think I know where Jacob has his legos stashed…


  8. Thanks Lindsay,

    I enjoyed your well put together video – even if it seemed long to you – I was totally captivated b y it 🙂

    Love how you used the stamp wheel with the ruler.


    Carmen L


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