Rubber Stamping Techniques by Ann Craig and Stampin' Up!
How many Stamping Techniques do you know?
Most of us know how to ink up and print onto the card to obtain an image, but did you know that even the act of inking can be improved with a couple of hints? You may be having difficulty with obtaining an even coverage of ink on a solid stamp image -I can help you find out how to overcome this, plus show you other creative ways of inking up stamps.
It is amazing just how many different methods, and combinations of such, that can be used in rubber stamping. Once you have learned a few basics, your imagination is your only limitation, - and don't think you can only work on card stock or paper.
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As we progress and become more advanced, I will show you rubber stamping combined with lots of other media, such as fabric, wood or plastic sheeting.
It is all a matter of how far you want to go! It's great fun to combine these techniques. You might like to use sponging and blender pens together, or add Rub Ons to any of your creations. However you decide to experiment, you'll be developing your own personal style. Enjoy the discovery.
In the list below you will find examples and basic information on ...
Rock 'n' Roll Technique
Colouring with Blender Pens and Inks
Pastels and Versa Mark
Watercolour with Markers and Aqua Painter Brush
Black Magic Stamping Techniques
Emboss Resist with Brayer
Emboss Resist and Designer Series Papers
Heat and Stick Powder with Dazzling Diamonds
Stamps and Rub Ons work well together.
Masking and Sponging
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