In today’s video I’m bravely sharing with you the biggest stamping mistake of my life. You have to see it to believe it. And truly, I wish I had turned the video camera on. This was crazy!
Once you get done giggling at me, the video will show you how to use Distress Paints (the RIGHT way!) and Ghost Stamping!
I hope you can learn from this stamping debacle! Distress Paints are fun and gave the Ghost Stamping Technique a fun twist. I hope you will try it!
StampNation Members – this is our challenge of the week. I can’t wait to see what you create!
Click here to view the StampNation exclusive video (tutorial #321) where I explained how I broke through my lack of mojo along with 3 more sample Ghosting Technique samples.
You can also try this technique with stamping a background stamp in white, then a different image on top. Or try a flower, circles or other graphic images stamped in white, the off-set a hair and stamped again in another color. Try it! It’s awesome!
- Perfect Pennants Stamp Set (WM: 133227, CM: 133230)
- Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Basic Black, Raspberry Ripple, 101856 Vellum,124005 Silver Glimmer Paper,
- Ink: White Distress Ink, Versamark, Raspberry Ripple
- Accessories: Sequins and Pom Pom Trim (Pretty Pink Posh), Black Embossing Powder, Heat Tool
What do you think you will try? Ghost Stamping with Distress Paint? White Craft Ink? Will you stamp the same image in white, then again in a color?
I’d love to know your ideas for using this technique…tons of fun things you can do with the same idea and products! Give it a go and let me know how it turned out! I ESPECIALLY want to know if you have a big stamping boo-boo! Then, I’ll know I’m not alone…