OK, I’ve got a mouthful description for you today – the coloured glass technique and embossing with the Stamparatus an innovative stamp positioner! Wow! You’ll be happy to know I’ve managed to get it all into a short video!
How about we see the project first though?
Do you like the sheen on the greeting? I love it! A smooth, glossy surface you can create easily with your Stamparatus. With perfect placement, you can build layer on layer of enamel for a gorgeous finish. Take a little closer peek.
The Accented Blooms stamp set is lovely. It just about jumped out at me on page 16 when I first got my Annual Catalogue. Small wonder it was on my very first order and it’s seen an ink pad or two already. It’s the reverse words that do it for me. Well, that and the pretty flower border. And the fact I can use it with my Tailored Tag Punch? Definitely worth the price of admission!
So here you can see I’ve combined a couple techniques on one card. Watercolouring, which as you know is one of my all-time faves 😄. And the coloured glass technique and embossing with the Stamparatus an innovative stamp positioner.
But you know, if you’re not in the mood for enamel and just want to emboss every Stampin’ Up! colour you own, the Stamparatus is your go-to tool too. Just press on that magic little triangle below to let me show you how.
The Coloured Glass Technique and Embossing with the Stamparatus an Innovative Stamp Positioner
Pretty quick and easy isn’t it? Wasn’t that triple (well octa) time watercolouring fun?
My Stamparatus is getting lots of love lately. There are so many cool ways to use it – and I suspect we’re only getting started! Did you see how it can save you money too? And the hinge stamping is just so neat.
When you can do more with the tools you own, don’t you feel virtuous? 😇 So if you haven’t taken the plunge yet and grabbed your own Stamparatus, now’s a perfect time. Then you can play with the coloured glass technique!
Or maybe you want to see if you can watercolour the Accented Blooms flowers in fast motion too? Here are all the supplies I used so you can get started right away.
Now it’s Your Turn to Try the Coloured Glass Technique and Embossing with the Stamparatus an Innovative Stamp Positioner