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Stamping Techniques

Add a die cut Index Card to the inside of cards .. don't you LOVE writing on lined paper? [can use any shape die cut]

Bermuda Bay meets Office Supplies - Patty's Stamping Spot
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Making a bow with a fork

DIY Ribbon Bow Using A fork - Top DIY Ideas
  • Patt Pruett

    WOW!!! that's easy! Now that I'm on Christmas cards, I'm going to try this!! Thanks Jessica, timing is everything!!!

  • Julie Hollopeter

    Thanks this will be added to my tool box.

  • Ann Wassell

    Like it. Wonder if I can make bigger ones on and salad serving fork. Sure will try.

  • Jessica Taylor

    Ann - Yes, you sure can make bigger bows with a bigger fork!

Yee-Haw!! Love this card! Background dots made with the Dots mask and a marker

Make your own stencils with dies and window sheets!

Quick and Cute Projects with Stencils

Stenciling Stars - spray through the stencil, then turn over & blot for two different looks!

In The Cat Cave: Stenciling Stars | AWW

Create a Confetti Card - make confetti dots with ink sponge daubers!

Fun interactive card!

Falling into the woods!

Color combinations for Stampin' Up!'s Hardwood background stamp.

  • D B

    dang Jessica, this is fantastic!

Masking images around a sentiment

Stamp Away With Me: A Day Late

Nail polish marbling technique - Fun way to create papers to use for paper crafting!

Stamp Away With Me: Nail Polish Marbling
  • Kari Reuther Kunze

    I love doing this we use ink and shaving cream when we do this. kids have so much fun :)

  • Jessica Taylor

    I've done it with ink and shaving cream too, but thought this would be great for using up the ridiculous amounts of nail polish we have acquired!

  • Carol Neitman

    Are you pouring this in water

  • Stefanie Rutz

    you could also use oil paint for this. just pour into water, stir and then carefully place paper on top.

  • Jessica Taylor

    Yes Carol, it's in water.

DIY: Wrap some baker's twine or other string around a wooden block to create a graphic textured stamp.

Crafty DIY skills bloom at Creativebug

How to Make a Bow With a Fork

Stitched By Janay: Pumpkin Shirt for Audrey

CRISPER IMPRESSIONS: Going over the surface of your stamp with a rubber eraser will give your surface a little texture for ink to grip to. Effective with larger stamps. Works on both clear and rubber varieties to give you crisper images.

  • Alana

    Jessica Taylor, can you show an example of a card before and after with that technique?

  • Jessica Taylor

    Sorry, I don't Alana. I have used an eraser on my bold stamps and it really does help get a nicer image.

Watercolor Background Technique with Watercolor Paper, Ink Refills & an Aqua Painter

Olaf punch art - Frozen fun

  • Tina Marie

    This is so cute. We took our niece to see this movie over Christmas when she was visiting. She lives 1200 miles away :-( Loves Olaf! We love all the characters and the movie. This is perfect.