Run out of ideas when it comes to your rubberstamping adventures? No worries, here are some ideas to keep you inspired.
Rubberstampers are always looking for new inks to try. Bleach can be used as an ink creating an image with its color removing qualities.
Create a collection of handmade greeting cards with the Wish/Dream set of Posh Impression stamps. These stamps include unique floral shapes, friendly spiders and much more.
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.
Create this stamped Magnolia Greeting Card -- it's quick and easy with only 5 simple steps!
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.
Stamp directly on Note Pad Book covers and use decorative tape (or duct tape!) on the end board for a book that goes together lickety-split!
An uncluttered stamped card declaring "Wish" surrounded by rosewood flowers gives a peaceful feel. The warm oranges and greens blend together perfectly, evoking springtime.
Learn how to get the most out of your lower quality rubber stamps in this craft video. This stamp technique will help you get the most out of inexpensive stamps so you don't break the bank!
Give your cards, illustrations, and scrapbook layouts a whole new dimension with the help of Copic markers. Blending colors is easy and fun, and with this How to Color Clouds and Sky tutorial, you'll learn how to create puffy clouds that look like they're floating right off the page!