Tip: Using a Blender Pen

Tip: Using a Blender Pen

Alcohol ink markers, like Copics, can add great details, shading and depth to your stamped images. You can take that one step further by using a colorless blender pen to “remove” color and even more texture, especially to stamped critters, … Read More...

Technique: Dryer Sheet Card

Technique: Dryer Sheet Card

Don’t throw away that used dryer sheet, you can use it on a card! Seriously! Here’s a really cool technique using a dryer sheet, layer is over a stamped background using spray adhesive and layer glitter over the top for … Read More...

Project: Glitter Birthday Card

Project: Glitter Birthday Card

You see lots and lots of cards and other paper crafting projects these days made with plastic stencils but what ever happened to brass stencils? Remember those? I still have many tucked away in my crafting stash and just don’t use … Read More...

Technique: Faux Letterpressing

Technique: Faux Letterpressing

Letterpressing is a lovely but sometimes messy process and you might not have all  the “proper” tools for the job. Not too worry, you can achieve similarly stunning results using your embossing folders. Add metallic ink directly onto the plastic of … Read More...

Techniques: Year End Round Up

Techniques: Year End Round Up

Each and every Monday Nichole Heady’s blog, Capture the Moment, shares a new stamping technique video from the talented Papertrey Ink stamp designers. Nichole has collected all 50 videos in one handy post with a photo and link to each so you can … Read More...

Tutorial: Free On-line Stamping Class

Tutorial: Free On-line Stamping Class

Joy Macdonell from Inkadinkado is offering a free rubber stamping class over at Craftsy. She’ll teach you lots of different stamping techniques to help take your stamping to the next level. Learn how to use vellum and acetate, masking, layering and … Read More...

Project: Stamped Ornaments

Project: Stamped Ornaments

Spice up your Christmas tree this year with some hand made stamped ornaments. Visit the Domestically Blissful blog for an easy salt dough recipe you can make and roll out, cut with cookie cutters and then stamp on a design. There even … Read More...