Rubber Stamping on Burlap

Today is my turn to post on the collective project- Cre8iveKlatch. I made a tag using burlap, and decided to experiment with some more ideas using that material. I really like the texture and look of it. Of course, the first thing I wanted to do was stamp on it! I used Golden’s Gel Medium/Molding…

Carving Stamps- My Technique

Last week I posted about transferring designs to my favorite stamping material, SpeedyCarve by Speedball. If you didn’t catch that post, you can find it here. This week I decided to go ahead and show you a few tips on the actual carving. There are tons of tutorials on carving stamps, so this is just…

Carving Stamps- Transfer Your Design from Cutouts

I have been carving up a storm the past few weeks! I was already back into the stamp designing/carving groove when I watched a video by Anne Bagby. Her stamps designs look a lot like the ones I carve/make! Her artwork is gorgeous, and it inspired me to finish up my carving and get back…

Micaceous Iron Oxide Stenciling

I have been promising my Mom this video for a while! Well, at least I made it before the New Year started 😉 . In this video, I use Micaceous Iron Oxide paint with my own stencils in order to achieve a similar look to the tag that I posted over here in Cre8ive Klatch….

Merry Christmas!!

For those who celebrate- Merry Christmas! And to everyone- I hope you have a fantastic 2015!

Upcycling Gift Bags

I just wrote a post for the collaborative project I am part of called the Cre8ive Klatch about stamping on gift boxes. (You can find that post here.). I am actually not a fan of stamping on gift bags however. They usually have too many folds in them and are pretty difficult to get a…

Happy Thanksgiving!!

      It’s the start of the Holiday Season! I am so grateful for everyone and everything in my life. Enjoy your Thanksgiving!

Get your Cre8ive Mojo On!

As I have mentioned in a few posts, I joined up with some friend to do a collaborative sharing project where we share tips, ideas, techniques, examples and bits of our lives in order to inspire others to join us and be creative. This week Susan posted about how we all try to become unstuck…