Thursday, April 19, 2018

Moroccan Possibilities with Stampendous


Hello! I've got some fun possibilities with a new tile stamp from Stampendous! It is the coolest! Meet the Moroccan Tile Stamp! When I saw this stamp I wanted to create a background that actually looked like a Victorian ceiling tile. I'm really happy with how it turned out.


I've even been using it off the stamp handle as a texture for my art journaling! Here's a peek at my work in progress, hopefully, I'll have something to share when it's complete.


I've decided to jump in the trend to share my process in videos. I've had a Youtube channel for over 7 years and took a long hiatus for lots of reasons, but I'm just going to start doing them until I get better at them. So here is my comeback video!


There is more to see with Moroccan possibilities! Stop by my teammate's blogs for more inspiration!
Alison Heikkila (Monday)
Alison Heikkila (Wednesday)
Lea Fritts (Friday)

Supplies: I provide some product links that are through my Amazon Affiliate, and that means when clicked and purchased in the same session a few pennies are sent my way at no cost to you.


Featured Product(s):
  • Cling Moroccan Tile 6 x 6 Stamp (AZ, STM)
  • Big Words Happy Perfectly Clear Stamp Set (AZ, STM)
  • Spring Border Die Set (AZ, STM)

Plus:
  • Mixed Media White Paper (AZ, STM)
  • Detail White Embossing Powder (AZ, STM)
  • Versamark Watermark Ink Pad (AZ, STM)
  • Wagner HT 400 Embossing Heat Tool (AZ, STM)
  • Momento Toffee Crunch Ink Pad (AZ)
  • Mono Adhesive Tape Runner by Tombow (AZ)
  • MISTI Stamping Tool (AZ, SP)
  • Plastic Quilt Template (AZ)

Instructions:
  1. Use a MISTI to stamp Moroccan Tile onto Mixed Media White Paper with Toffee Crunch.
  2. Take out and dust with static remover.
  3. Stamp Moroccan Tile onto plastic Quilt material cut the size of the inside of the MISTI. Tape it down on one edge of the MISTI so it has a hinge.
  4. Lift the plastic sheet and place the Moroccan tile stamp on the white paper underneath and position it so it's offset from the image stamped on the plastic sheet.
  5. Life the plastic sheet away and ink the clean stamp with watermark ink and stamp onto the white paper.
  6. Sprinkle Detail White Embossing Powder onto the watermark ink and tap off excess. Heat emboss.
  7. Use a sponge and add Toffee Crunch lightly all over the embossed Moroccan Tile cardstock.
  8. Frame with black cardstock and adhere to folded 4-1/4 by 5-1/2 inch kraft card base.
  9. Stamp sentiment with black ink onto kraft card base.
  10. Die cut edge and lace edges from black cardstock and adhere to sentiment.
  11. Adhere to the embossed background.


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3 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card! Love that texture and design!

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  2. I like how it is versatile--it doesn't have to look Moroccan. It can be used in many ways. Your card is so elegant and prettu

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  3. Beautiful card, so very pretty. And with all the colors on your journal is is equally beautiful.

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