Alrighty, I have a new stamp! I just couldn't resist the fabulous polka-dot pattern on this Hero Arts, for Basic Grey cling stamp. And besides, I had a coupon so it was a no brainer! Now, let's break open this package and see what this baby can do...
Very nice. Note to self: press down better in the center....
Now, time to put one of my favorite supplies to use, Pitt Pens:
Anyone in the mood for a Gelato?
Looks pretty all ready. Let's run this through the Sizzix....
oooooh, I like the "print" of this!
Let's mix it up a bit now. How about inking with some Distress, then spritzing with Glimmer?
Nice subtle watercolor effect:
Now, let's try my favorite distress stain, Picket Fence. This might look neat on Kraft:
Oh, yes. I like that!
How about some paint. Old house paint to be exact:
I always love stamping with paint:
Wanna get fancy? Me too! Let's emboss with some copper:
Now, let's spray right onto the stamp with some Mister Huey Pony:
I like that saturation of color!
Now, time to go out with a bang - a bang of GLITTER! Gloss medium acts as a glue. Let's stamp that, then add some sparkly goodness...Disco, baby!
I love the look of a worn-in stamp. Like my favorite blue jeans. Just feels comfortable!
That was fun! Here's a recap:
Which technique do you like? Just think of all the possibilities! The colors, the layering, the fun. Let me know the number that corresponds with your favorite in the comments below. What do you want to see more of? Vote by number and the winning technique will appear in a start to finish layout, here at the mailbox. I like them all, so glad you will decide for me :)