manila shipping tags, scallops, misting and stamping...makes for tons of cute ideas!

manila shipping tags, scallops, misting and stamping...makes for tons of cute ideas!

Scrappy Mel: Tutorial : Blending colored pencils with baby oil~ I've done this with my class before. We used a LOT of baby oil to saturate the entire page. When we hung the drawings up in the window, they looked translucent which enabled us to talk about art and science.

Scrappy Mel: Tutorial : Blending colored pencils with baby oil~ I've done this with my class before. We used a LOT of baby oil to saturate the entire page. When we hung the drawings up in the window, they looked translucent which enabled us to talk about art and science.

If you have a small image you want to add sparkle to, here' s what you do. Squeeze a small amount of the Dazzling Details in a plastic lid. Take a Blender Pen and dip it in the Dazzling Details. "Color" the area you want to highlight with the Dazzling Details. Available from Stampin' Up!

If you have a small image you want to add sparkle to, here' s what you do. Squeeze a small amount of the Dazzling Details in a plastic lid. Take a Blender Pen and dip it in the Dazzling Details. "Color" the area you want to highlight with the Dazzling Details. Available from Stampin' Up!

Watercolor Stamping using Acrylic Blocks with Touches of Texture and Wetlands Stamp Sets

Watercolor Stamping using Acrylic Blocks with Touches of Texture and Wetlands Stamp Sets

Homemade Stamp Cleaner - shared by Ellen who got it from Dorothy Martin: 1 Cup of Distilled Water, 1 Teaspoon of Baby wash,  and 2 Tablespoons of Glycerin. 1 Teaspoon of Rose Water ~optional. Stir together. Put into a spray bottle.

Homemade Stamp Cleaner - shared by Ellen who got it from Dorothy Martin: 1 Cup of Distilled Water, 1 Teaspoon of Baby wash, and 2 Tablespoons of Glycerin. 1 Teaspoon of Rose Water ~optional. Stir together. Put into a spray bottle.

1) Squeeze a few drops of ink on a baby wipe; the moistened material absorbs the colors and creates a unique ink pad. 2) Stamp your image. 3) For another approach, gently swipe the wipe over your card stock to create a multicolored background

1) Squeeze a few drops of ink on a baby wipe; the moistened material absorbs the colors and creates a unique ink pad. 2) Stamp your image. 3) For another approach, gently swipe the wipe over your card stock to create a multicolored background

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