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Paper Craft Planet and Stampendous team up to bring you this weekly series on the Basics of Rubber Stamping. ...

Paper Craft Planet and Stampendous team up to bring you this weekly series on the Basics of Rubber Stamping.

This is lesson #3 -- using stamps and stickers to create custom wraps.

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Paper Craft Planet Lesson 3 Paper Craft Planet Lesson 3 Presentation Transcript

  • Back to Basics
    • Rubber Stamping Techniques and Tips
    Lesson 3 and present
  • Handmade Gift Wraps Pail Topper stamps come in Cling Rubber™, wood mounted, and Perfectly Clear™ stamps. They’re perfectly sized for the top of the one quart clear pails. Rubber stamps of any design can be used to make darling wrapping paper. Clear pails are ideal for gift wrapping and very fun to decorate. They can be covered with stamped toppers or wraps, decorated with stickers, or filled with stamped liners to decorate. Class A’Peel™ Stickers can be used to create super quick and easy gift wraps and cards. All of these product for gift wrapping can be purchased at www.stampendous.com
  • A Halloween Pail A spooky gallon pail decorated with Class A’Peel™ Stickers and adorable ribbons can make a fun Trick or Treat container for candy or a darling hostess gift for a Halloween Party.
  • A Halloween Pail Supplies used to make this project: From Stampendous GALLON PAIL – One gallon clear pail AC1005MRK Silly Spiders Mirror Black Class A’Peel™ Stickers AC1004VK Jumbo Bats Velvet Black Class A’Peel™ Stickers AC722MRK Spooky Fence Mirror Black Class A’Peel™ Stickers AC970HSO Pumpkin Treats Orange Holograph Class A’Peel™ Stickers Ribbon from Creative Impressions 80233 ¼” Black and Orange Gingham 80248 3/8” Black and Orange Gingham 70276 Black Grid Ribbon 70900 Orange with Black Stitch
  • A Halloween Pail Some stickers will be easier to position with both hands. Many Stampendous stickers have been created to be perfect along the edge of a project or card.
  • A Halloween Pail Smaller stickers are easiest to handle with a craft knife. You can stab or scoop a sticker and use the knife to position the sticker without handling the sticky surface. Stickers are pressure sensitive, press them into place to fully activate the adhesive.
  • A Halloween Pail Tie color coordinated, festive ribbons on the handle of your pail. I used two 5” pieces each of 4 different ribbons for a full, fluffy look. Be sure to trim all the ends. Creative Impressions has THE BEST selection of ribbons in Halloween colors.
  • A Halloween Pail Fill your Halloween Pail with Treats or Hostess Gifts. Or send your little ones around the neighborhood to collect their treats in style.
  • Handmade Gift Wrap Stamping plain gift wrapping can produce a unique and personal wrapped present.
  • Handmade Gift Wrap Supplies used to make this card: From Stampendous N226 Merry Mix H270 Joy Mix H268 Short Santa H267 Short Moose From Tsukineko VersaFine™Onyx Black Pigment Ink Encore™ Ultimate Metallic Ink Gold Ribbon from Creative Impressions 80251 3/8” Red Gingham Ribbon Other Roll of Brown (kraft) wrapping paper Colored Pencils
  • Handmade Gift Wrap Cut brown wrapping paper to size needed for your gift before beginning your project. Stamp images on paper. Use Encore gold pigment ink for the Joy word, use Onyx Black VersaFine for the other images. Pigment ink is opaque, so it works well on darker card stocks and colored papers. As you stamp each image, rotate the stamp slightly to different angles, and go off the edges of the paper, creating a random look for your gift wrap.
  • Handmade Gift Wrap Use spots of color to give your images quick interest. You don’t need to completely color in all the images, that would take too much time. Here I used just red and white colored pencils to add a ton of interest and color very quickly. Notice that I’m not coloring super neatly. I just want the interest of color to define the images, but keep in mind that it’s wrapping paper… it goes in the trash! Inexpensive brown paper has a lot of “tooth” or rough texture to it. Prismacolor™ Colored Pencils work best on papers like this, their color is rich but not waxy.
  • Handmade Gift Wrap Wrap your gift and use a festive ribbon to tie around your package. Be sure to use a color that ties in with your stamping and coloring. Here, you can’t see the gold words very clearly, but they look beautiful in real life. You can see, however, that it’s important to stamp your images closer together as your gift gets smaller to avoid huge blank areas.
  • Challenge Prize Package One lucky stamper will win all the products used on these two projects, plus products for a small pail, in our Challenge Prize Package! Thanks to: Stampendous, Tsukineko, Creative Impressions, and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L for these generous prizes. A $95 retail value.