I'm hopping with the Stampin' Friends again today. This month, it is all about redo and rewind as we visit techniques and inspiration from the past! I created a card using an old rubber stamping technique - Poppin' Pastels. Then, I redid a project that I shared last summer - covered notebooks. Be sure to check out that past post for all the details and video on how to cover composition notebooks using patterned paper and Mod Podge.
Be sure to scroll all the way down to see the complete list of designers for this hop. You won't want to miss any of their amazing projects!
Want the supply list? You'll find the link all the way at the bottom of this post.
Do you use a stamping platform when you're making cards? One of the fun feature's of Stampin' Up!'s stamping platform, the Stamparatus, are the removable and repositionable plates. This feature can be used with some stamps to do what is called hinge-step stamping. This is a fun technique that works great with the Biggest Wish stamp set. Stamping platforms are also fabulous for re-stamping the same image in the same location. See how I stamp multiple times to get colored images on black cardstock to create some fabulous birthday cards. On y go! Let's get stamping.
Did you see the fun gift tag magnets that I made on Friday? I used the Artistically Inked stamp set for those, but I just couldn't stop! So, I made a couple more with the Plentiful Plants stamp set. What do you think - plants or flowers?
If you'd like to see the rubber stamping technique I used to create these beautifully glossy gift tags, make sure to check out Friday's video.
I hope you've gotten a chance to get your hands on the 2021-2023 In Colors from Stampin' Up! This year's batch of In Colors is fabulous! While they work great together - like Pale Papaya and Polished Pink or Soft Succulent and Evening Evergreen, I wanted to try something different. So today, I have some unique color combinations that include each of the new In Colors.
I am also hopping with the fabulous Stampin' Friends today! This month's theme, if you haven't guessed, is the 2021-2023 In Colors. After you've checked out my projects, I hope you'll scroll down and click through the whole hop. You are going to LOVE all of the fabulous things these designers have created. Plus, find the Supply List for all of these projects all the way at the bottom of this post.
Did you know that you can use your Stampin' Write markers to color directly on stamps? This is a great way to create a multi-colored stamped image. You can use this rubber stamping technique to create beautiful rainbow images and it works fabulously on large background stamps. So, on y go! Let's get stamping.