Glazed Tile Technique: Stamp School!

Hi friends! This technique is so fun and useful! You can use it to make card and scrapbook embellishments or make full backgrounds with it! You can even use it to make doll house miniatures (Time to craft with your kids huh?)

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All you need for this are cardstock, stamps, ink, embossing powder and a heat tool. Watch the video to see how!

This video is sponsored by Rubber Stamp Tapestry!  Use coupon code: LINDSAY17 – 20% off peg stamps and peg stamp sets on orders of $10 or more. Coupon expires July 3, 2017

Supplies:

Directions:
1. Tape stencil to paper and stamp in the holes of the stencil with dye ink and peg stamps.

2. Brush ink over stencil.

3. Wipe stencil clean then press embossing ink over design. Remove stencil, sprinkle with embossing powder and heat. Repeat this step until all the tiles are raised and shiny.

4. Spray panel with ink and swipe ink in the grout area with your fingertips. Trim panel and attach to card base. Embellish as desired.

Remember you can also cut the shapes apart and use them as decorations! Thanks for spending part of your day with me today and til next time happy crafting!

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Wicked Cool Stamped Stained Glass Technique!

Hi Friends, you know I mean business when I use the word “wicked!”  I could not wait to use the new stained glass stamp I bought from DRS Designs from the Heirlooms show on Saturday. I’ve had this iris stamp for years, I think they work so well together:

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You can make any stamp you have look like stained glass with that stamp, see how I did it in today video tutorial:

My friend Cindi and a youtube viewer suggested trying a large crackle stamp to get this effect. That is a neat idea and I am a big believer of using what you have. I am also a fan of buying supplies that make my other supplies more useful. Just think of all of the stamps you can try the stained glass technique with!

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It’s been a long day and I am ready to call it a night! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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