I’ve been thinking about solid stamps for a while now – and finally found one to try my idea. It might just change the way you look at silhouette stamps!
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
Isn’t it pretty in it’s design simplicity? Just a little layered cardstock sets it off perfectly.
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That looks like a fun technique that I’m looking forward to trying!
Your work and contributions to charity are awesome. Your trip back to Puerto Rico sounds like it will be a wonderful experience, and I look forward to reading about it when you get back.
Chef Andres served 15,000 Thanksgiving meals to Paradise/Magalia evacuees. We support the orphan elephant program (David Sheldrick Trust) in Africa instead of exchanging Christmas gifts. This year I’ve asked friends to donate to Paradise fire victims.
This is so gorgeous Sandy! How cool that you’ll go to PR again!
This is so stunning Sandy. I loved it already when it was only the blue of the sky with the Black Soot but with the colours on top of it ist simply stunning and what a great idea. Thank you so much for this great inspiration, solide stamps are sometimes so difficult.
Very pretty! My wheels are spinning. 🙂
This is such a great idea, Sandy. I have some solid stamps which I don’t often use because I can’t get a truly solid look. This technique gives me a great option for working with these. tfs
Great idea – I have several stamps that would work and don’t use them like I thought I would. They will be perfect done like this since I already love the scenes. THANK you for this fantastic idea.
What a beautiful scene you painted! I love having the safety of the stamped piece to start with. Brilliant!
What a brilliant idea Sandy!Thanks also for the charity updates.