•Large stamp or die cut •Dye ink pad (Stampin' Up! Tempting Turquoise used here) •Metallic Gelato™ to match ink or other shimmery water-based medium (Metallic Blueberry Gelato used here) •Coloring medium to match ink(PITT artist pen big brush used here) •Pencil with new, flat white eraser For Step-by-Step See: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/bokehbackground/##ixzz2g85Vc7BN
Tape Lift Stamping Technique by The Technique Zone. Ink stamp with StazOn ink. Lay tape on stamp & press gently to transfer image to tape. Lift tape & stick on cardstock. Image will transfer to cardstock but will be reversed.
Quick Crafting Tip - Helping to Hide Fussy Cut Lines Stampin’ Up!, card, paper, craft, scrapbook, rubber stamp, hobby, how to, DIY, handmade, Live with Lisa, Lisa’s Stamp Studio, Lisa Curcio, http://www.lisasstampstudio.com
Stamping With Embossing Folders - Too Cool Stamping •Use Sponge Daubers to add Ink colors directly to one side of an embossing folder. Use several colors that will blend well together & apply them randomly without overlapping You'll get a different pattern depending on which side of the embossing folder you use. Spritz the inked folder with water several times until the ink starts beading. To clean folders simply rinse them under tap water & blot dry with a towel.
BOTTLECAP STAMPS "I saw the bottle cap stamp idea on Pinterest and it was one of those moments like, "why didn't I think of this??" Anyway...here's what you do to make one....are you ready.....it's going to blow your mind... put.the.sticker.on.the.cap I told you it was going to blow your mind" What an awesome idea!