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Tuesday, 23 September 2014
Stretch Your Stamps 2 - Day 5 - Outlines (a)
Topic: Online Class

Day 5 of the Stretch Your Stamps 2 class focused on different ways to use outline stamps. The instructors used a set of florals for all of them. I chose to use a variety of outline stamps.

I started with a Tim Holtz cupcake stamp for the lesson on embossing in multiple colors. Two methods were instructed but I have a very limited selection of colors of embossing powders so I used the 'alternate' method.

On white cardstock the image was stamped in very light pink. This was used with a stamp positioner to align all the following steps. Distress Markers were used to ink up a single area and stamp it before moving on to the next color until the entire image was in color. Lastly, the whole stamp was covered in Versamark ink and stamped over the top. Clear embossing powder was heat set on over all the individual colors.

I used Distress Ink to sponge on color over the whole background then colored in various areas with Distress Markers.

I used foam tape to mount the bordered feature panel on the bordered background.

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Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PDT

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