• Save
Paper Craft Planet Lesson 12
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Paper Craft Planet Lesson 12

on

  • 2,123 views

Learn the basics of rubber stamping with this free class from Stampendous and Paper Craft Planet. More lessons like this one can be found at www.PaperCraftPlanet.com ...

Learn the basics of rubber stamping with this free class from Stampendous and Paper Craft Planet. More lessons like this one can be found at www.PaperCraftPlanet.com

Lesson 12: This week we're learning how to specialty inks like Staz On to stamp on non porous surfaces. This week, we'll walk you step by step through making an ornament and a coordinating holiday card.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
2,123
Views on SlideShare
1,989
Embed Views
134

Actions

Likes
2
Downloads
0
Comments
0

6 Embeds 134

http://eraumavezscrap.blogspot.com.br 72
http://eraumavezscrap.blogspot.com 51
http://eraumavezscrap.blogspot.pt 8
http://www.slideshare.net 1
http://www.linkedin.com 1
http://funcraftbooks.com 1

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Paper Craft Planet Lesson 12 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Back to Basics
    • Rubber Stamping Techniques and Tips
    Lesson 12 and present
  • 2. Permanent Inks Permanent inks, like StazOn by Tsukineko, allow you to use your stamps on unusual surfaces like plastic, glass, and other non-porous items. These pads come with a snug plastic lid AND a plastic liner. Replacing both on the pad every time will ensure longer pad life. The white StazOn pad comes empty with a refill so no ink is lost in storage. To ink your white pad for the first time, squeeze some ink on to the pad surface and rub in to the foam with the tip of the ink bottle. To clean your stamps after using permanent ink, use StazOn Cleaner, specially formulated for removing permanent ink.
  • 3. Peace Dove Ornament Celebrate Peace this Christmas season with this gorgeous ornament that could also be a great gift tag.
  • 4. Peace Dove Ornament Supplies used to make this project: From Stampendous SSC1019 Peace Everywhere Perfectly Clear™ Stamps SSH46 Large Acrylic Handle PC75 Thermo Acetate DD101R Red Diamond Dots From Tsukineko: Jet Black StazOn Permanent Ink Cotton White StazOn Permanent Ink Onyx Black VersaFine Pigment Ink From Creative Impressions: Black Mini-Rounds Card stock from Bazzill Basics™ 8 ½” X 5 ½” – Candy Apple P lus: 1/16” hold punch Gold cord
  • 5. Peace Dove Ornament Stamp one dove in black VersaFine on red card stock. Clean stamp and cut out dove. Stamp one dove in Jet Black StazOn ink on Thermo Acetate.
  • 6. Peace Dove Ornament Stamp one dove in Cotton White Opaque StazOn on Thermo Acetate. Gently cut out acetate doves with a pair of small, sharp scissors.
  • 7. Peace Dove Ornament Layer all three doves with the red one in the middle, the black one on top and the white one in back. Use a 1/16” hole punch to punch through all layers at the dove’s eye. Insert a mini black brad through the eye to keep all layers together.
  • 8. Peace Dove Ornament Gently bend the black wing forward slightly. Then bend the white one back slightly to give the ornament dimension. Punch a hole through only the red layer at the top of the wing.
  • 9. Peace Dove Ornament Tie a length of gold cord through the hole for hanging. Apply Diamond Dots stickers to front of ornament on acetate dove stamped in black.
  • 10. Peace Dove Ornament Your elegant ornament or gift tag is ready to hang. You can fan out the white wing in back by twisting it on the brad to make it more visible. There are lots more great projects featuring this stamp set at: www.stampendous.com!!
  • 11. Heavenly Swirls Card This beautiful card uses white StazOn ink on acetate to create an elegant overlay. This technique is also fabulous for scrapbook pages!
  • 12. Heavenly Swirls Card Supplies used to make this card: From Stampendous: SSC123 Heavenly Swirls Perfectly Clear™ Stamps SSH48 Large Acrylic Handle PC75 Thermo Acetate From Tsukineko: Cotton White StazOn Permanent Ink Onyx Black VersaFine Pigment Ink From Creative Impressions: Mini Black Round Card stock from Bazzill Basics™ Candy Apple Black Card Stock White Colored Pencil 1 1/6” hole punch
  • 13.
    • Cut all pieces of card stock needed for this project:
    • 1 – 8 ½” X 5 ½” Candy Apple
    • 1 – 4 1/8” X 5 3/8” black
    • 1 – 4” X 5 ¼” Candy Apple
    • 1 – 4” X 5 ¼” Thermo Acetate
    Heavenly Swirls Card
  • 14. Stamp the Angel and greeting in Onyx Black VersaFine on the smaller red panel. Heavenly Swirls Card Stamp the large corner swirls in Cotton White StazOn in the upper left and lower right corners of the acetate panel.
  • 15. Trim the upper right and lower left corners of the acetate off with scissors. Heavenly Swirls Card Fold the lower left and upper right corners of the angel panel towards the center as evenly as possible.
  • 16. Add highlights to the angel with a white colored pencil. Align the acetate panel over the angel panel and punch through all layers at folded corners and insert brads. Heavenly Swirls Card Adhere layered acetate panel to black panel, then to front of folded red card panel.
  • 17. Your easy but elegant card is ready to wish your friends Season’s Greetings. Heavenly Swirls Card
  • 18. Card Challenge Prize Package One lucky stamper will win all the products used on these two projects in our Challenge Prize Package! Thanks to: Stampendous, Tsukineko, and Creative Impressions for these generous prizes.
  • 19. Thank You!! We’ve really enjoyed bringing you these fun Back to Basics lessons! We hope you’ve learned some new tricks and some fun ways to use your stamps. Please visit our websites for more great projects, ideas and products: Stampendous! – www.stampendous.com Tsukineko – www.tsukineko.com Creative Impressions – www.creativeimpressions.com If you have questions about any of our projects, please email us at: [email_address]