Stampin Up

Stampin Up

Stampin Up

Jul 25, 1:10 PM

From #ArtisanDesignTeam member Miriam Van Eyden (@miriamvane): ""Do you ever have trouble getting crisp images using solid stamps? VersaMark to the rescue! First, use the VersaMark to prepare your solid stamp by inking it up and then stamping off on a scrap. Next, ink it as usual (with the VersaMark residue still in place) and stamp. Viola, a solid stamped image!"" #ADTTipsAndTricks #TechniqueTuesday

Jul 18, 3:07 PM

From #ArtisanDesignTeam member Dani Dziama (@danisthoughtfulcorner): ""Use an image on your project in place of letters to spell out part of a word! A simple die cut or punched shape (such as a graduation cap, heart, or balloon) in place of a letter is a fun way to embellish your card and add some special interest to your finished project."" #ADTTipsAndTricks #TechniqueTuesday

Jul 11, 3:25 PM

From #ArtisanDesignTeam member Jennifer Sootkoos (@sootywingstudios): ""Stampin Up! thinlits are great for making your own decorative masks for the Embossing Paste. Lay out your thinlits on vellum and run it through the Big Shot until you have the pattern you like. (Vellum works best so you can see where you are placing it on your cardstock.) Layer the vellum mask over your cardstock and adhere it to the grid paper with washi tape. To make fun colored paste for your mask, use Stampin'' Ink Refills or dab the Silicone Mat into the ink color of your choice (if you don''t have the refill). Mix the paste and ink together then apply the different color paste with the large Palette Knife to the mask. Wait for your creation to dry and adhere it to your final card. Dont forget to use any cut outs from your vellum on your card! The possibilities are endless with all of the thinlits available."" #ADTTipsAndTricks #TechniqueTuesday

Jul 4, 7:58 PM

Wishing everyone a safe and happy 4th