Once I did that, I pulled out the stamps that I felt I will not use and moved them into a donate pile. During this process, I realized that I have a lot of dog stamps! My first instinct is to keep them all, but if you are looking for a particular dog breed stamp, leave me a comment. I'd love to gift one or more.
Now, I need to use the stamps that remain in the drawer and make a final decision to keep or donate. Here are some photos of a few projects I've made.
|I love punny stamps!|
|I have a whole set of these birds...|
|All four were made from the same masterboard.|
I filmed the process of making the masterboard for the zoo animal cards and then each card. I love how they turned out! Check out the video on my YouTube channel:
More info on the zoo animal cards:
Stamps: Gifted from Rubber Paws (read about her HERE) & Elements II from Bloom Arts
Paints: Grass Green, White, Granite Grey and Flag Red acrylic paints
Sprays: Lindy Starburst, FSJ Sour Lemon, Heidi Swapp gold Color Shine and handmade white
Crayons: Vicky Boutin
Stencils: Dollar Store and handmade
Ink: Licorice Black and Deep Roast from FSJ
Markers: Tombow #026 and Dk. Brown watercolor marker
Sentiment Stickers: Tim Holtz Chit Chat and Small Talk
Things to note:
- My big jar of Modge Podge was almost empty so I pour the small amount in the travel size bottle.
- All the extra ink, paint, etc., gets placed on random paper scraps that I use for my Junk Journal and other projects.
- My water jar is a souvenir shot glass when my friend visited Puerto Rico. It's the perfect size for these little projects.
- Dry each layer before adding more medium.
- I also ironed the completed piece to flatten it. I used parchment paper to protect the iron & paper.