Second Generation Stamping, or Stamping-off is really easy…just stamp multiple times before re-inking your stamp. It’s a great way to stretch your ink pads and get more mileage out of this great tool.
Second Generation Stamping
View the video tutorial to see how this quick card came together! (click the title of this post to view if you are viewing via email)
Pretty easy right?
Don’t have circle stamps (you might want to get some! or, try hearts, stars or flowers.
The cardstock is cut at:
- 11 x 4-1/4
- 4-1/8 x 5-3/8
- 4 x 5-1/4
Try different colors, too!
Don’t want to watercolor the sentiment? Try swiping your ink pad across white cardstock to color the paper. I did that on the cards below. The purple one was swiped with two different ink colors for a really cool multi-colored look.
You can also try cutting your top layer down about another 3/4″ (3-1/2 x 4-3/4) and using Embossing Paste, Glitter and a Stencil to create a beautiful background. See how to do that in this video on Embossing Paste and Glitter.
We got to stamp with grandma a couple weeks ago. She had so much fun, she came back today so her and Eva could make more cards together. They were so adorable! There’s a quick video on my Instagram account here – my MIL is all smiles…makes me happy!
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