Tutorial: Paper Casting with Stamps

Tutorial: Paper Casting with Stamps

Believe it or not these wonderful Holiday tags are made with toilet paper! Seriously :) Place pieces of toilet paper over your stamps (both clear and rubber stamps with work) dampen them, press out the water and you’ve made a pretty … Read More...

10 stamped Halloween treat bags

10 stamped halloween treat bags

 

 

Halloween is fast approaching, and with it come parties, classroom treats, and trick or treating.  Why not dress up those sweets with one of these cute and easy stamped treat bags?  Non-food prizes (think small toys from Oriental … Read More...

Project: Halloween Altered Clock

Project: Halloween Altered Clock

This amazing assemblage Halloween clock was made by Terry of Terry’s Work in Progress using products from Tim Holtz. She used the empty clock as a base and painted it and a variety of embellishments with different paints, gesso, crackle medium, … Read More...

Tip: How to Cut Detailed Die Cuts

Tip: How to Cut Detailed Die Cuts

There are some really lovely intricate metal dies on the market but sometimes it can be hard to get all those little details to cut out cleanly. Lori Craig at Splitcoast Stampers shares her tips, like using wax paper when cutting and … Read More...

Technique: Layered Stamps Card

Technique: Layered Stamps Card

The Spectrum Noir blog shares how to make a lovely layered image card. By stamping the same stamped image on different papers and cutting them out and layering them together you’ll get a wonderful  card with lots of dimension and pattern. There’s also tips … Read More...

Tip: Storing Unmounted Rubber Stamps

Tip: Storing Unmounted Rubber Stamps

Un-mounted and cling mounted stamps can help save you not only money (because they are less expensive) but they can also save you lots of space in your craft room since they don’t have those big bulky wood blocks but … Read More...

Project: Neon Halloween Card

Haunting Invite 1 Lori Barnett  Watermark (Custom)

Neon colors are really hot right now and they work perfectly for funky Halloween cards! Crafter’s Companion blog has directions for making this bright neon Halloween card, including how to use a die cut circle as a mask for the moon background. Click Read More...