Posted on May 21, 2016 by thefrugalcrafter
Hi friends! There has probably been a time in your stamping career when you wanted to add a stamped image on a 3-D or uneven object. This can be frustrating or impossible depending on the stamps and ink you choose. Today I am going to show you a technique using tissue paper and decoupage that will allow you to apply stamped images to almost any surface you choose!
It was easy to apply a stamped image to this ridged glass votive holder and I will show you how in today’s Stamp School video!
You can find the stamps I used at our sponsor Rubber Stamp Tapestry
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White glue (elmers, mod-podge etc)
Stamps (Aloha set from Rubber Stamp Tapestry
Paint brush (for glue)
Waterproof ink (such as Ancient Page, Ranger Archival, Staz-On)
You can use this technique for transferring any stamped images onto rough or textured surfaces. Tissue paper comes in so many beautiful shades and since it is translucent it will blend in with your surface and since it is so thin it easily molds to uneven shapes. Give it a try and have fun! Thanks so much for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!
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