Stamp School: Try This Plaster/Stone technique!

Hi freinds! This fun technique can be done with the supplies you have on hand!


And it’s another quick and fun technique that you can use on holiday cards! Watch the video to see how!

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Stamps from Art eko, available individually or in a set: Large pineconeHolly, Small Pinecone
Photo paper (any brand)
Water based markers (any brand)
Basic cardstock and patterned paper
Other embellishments: bakers twine, burlap, buttons
Stamp blocks or plastic

1. Color a stamp block with light shades of marker, spritz with water and stamp directly on photo paper. Let dry.

2. Ink up rubber stamp using markers to color in specific colors and stamp over dry background.

3. Tear around images and mount of cards. Embellish as desired.

Ihope you give this a try with the supplies you have on hand, happy crafting!

14 thoughts on “Stamp School: Try This Plaster/Stone technique!

  1. Lindsay,
    I love this technique! Thank you for sharing! and I remember how much I loved the Mr. Sketch markers when I used to teach school–the kids liked them so much, too, because of the smell. I just thought they were great markers! I put some in my shopping cart online! My old Marvys are really not usable anymore, and my Tombows I will save for coloring. I hope to try this technique soon. Keep those stamp school videos coming! I am not a new stamper, but sometimes I just need a gentle “reminder” about all the fun techniques out there.


  2. Oh Lindsey I love this technique….and the look of your cards are so pretty…and I’m going to do this for my Christmas cards this year…thank you so much for sharing this….


  3. I love this technique I will be trying it today. BTW I have trouble with right and left too. I still put my hand up for the pledge (hand on heart on the left side). Drives my husband crazy.


  4. Lindsay….what a great new technique…You inspire me to try something new, can’t wait to try this technique for a few Christmas cards and surprise the recipients with cards that will be unique as well as special. Thank you again for another winning video..


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