Category Archives: Stamping Techniques

Stamping on Book Print

Does this colorful design catch your eye on this Book Print?   I love to use paper from sheet music, or an old book when I’m making cards or scrapbooking.  I enjoy using different techniques that help me become more creative when I am doing projects.  This was something that I found on Pinterest.  I […]


Masking Technique Tutorial

By Debbie Seyer  Hello!   Hope you are having a wonderful day!  Last week I found out that a group of ladies from my church are going on retreat this weekend.  Usually when this happens, I make each person a card to let them know their church is praying for them.   Well, life being busy and […]

How’d They Do That? – Large Background Stamps

This is a beautiful card.  How did they do it?     Two background stamps, some coloring and a couple embellishments!   These products are from Stampin’ Up: Stamp Sets – Pleasant Poppies Wood Mount (126480) En Francais Wood Mount (109521) Papillion Potpourri Clear Mount (123759) Blooming With Kindness Clear Mount (126422) Ink – Early […]

Soot Stamping

I have been stamping for around 11 years (seems like 100!), and so it was very exciting for me to see a technique that I’ve never seen before.  Check this out . . . soot stamping!  Enjoy this tutorial from Sparkle ‘n Sprinkle:   by APRIL WILLIAMS   I don’t know about you, but the heat […]

Stamp Casting: Another Way to Utilize Stamps!

Use a couple common household items, facial tissues & cooking oil spray; Add some items from your craft area:  Mod Podge, Acrylic Paint, a stamp, paint brush and inks.  You get a really neat embellishment for a scrapbook page or card!   By Melinda Spinks It’s Melinda with you today and firstly I must say it’s lovely […]

“Glass” Window Technique

This is such a cute card: The vista through the window is clever and easy to make with Aquarelle watercolor pencils from Faber-Castell and I really like the detail in the window stamp from The Rubber Cafe! Plus,  the designer has basic instructions on how to make it!  Check it out here.