Rubberstampers are always looking for new inks to try. Bleach can be used as an ink creating an image with its color removing qualities.
Learn rubber stamping techniques like masking to give your homemade cards and scrapbook layouts some extra dimension. You can use this technique in many rubber stamping projects to add a wow factor!
Create this stamped Magnolia Greeting Card -- it's quick and easy with only 5 simple steps!
An uncluttered stamped card declaring "Wish" surrounded by rosewood flowers gives a peaceful feel. The warm oranges and greens blend together perfectly, evoking springtime.
The best coupon organizer is truly the best grocery coupon organizer you could ever make. Use your die cuts to make this homemade craft.
A stamped image can be both intricate and beautiful, but if your stamp isn't covered in ink, you could miss out. Learn how to create the perfect image when rubber stamping and you'll never had to rework your rubber stamping projects again.
Run out of ideas when it comes to your rubberstamping adventures? No worries, here are some ideas to keep you inspired.
The French Quarter Note Card is a versatile stationery design for all francophiles. The examples below show a thank you card, but you can use this technique to create any kind of note card covered in elegant fleur de lis designs.
Rubber stamping techniques don't have to be complicated. Instead, use a simple, easy-to-understand method for creating perfect stamped images every time. Learn how to store and ink rubber stamps - it's a simple way to save money on supplies.
Cheerful jungle characters, such as the innocent elephant and lovable giraffe, are mix and matched in a variety of jungle cards. Unique stamps make homemade cards simple.