Stamps: all retired
Ink: jet black and azure blue stazon ink
Accessories: Big Shot, scallop circle and oval accent dies, elegant bouquet and designer frames embossing folders, crop-a-dile (retired)
Another project that is quite popular is stamping on tile to make coasters:
The tile is tumbled stone from Turkey. Being a natural product, it is full of defects such as veins and rough or broken edges. These defects only add to the look of the tile, in my opinion. It is important to clean the tile with a damp cloth and let them dry over night so that you have a clean dry surface to stamp on. Once again, I use stazon to stamp the images and I colour with chalks and/or permanent marker. The chalks/pastels give a softer water colour effect so they are my preference for colouring. My husband is in charge of sealing the tiles with an acrylic sealer, usually about three or four coats. I use small felt pads on the bottom corners of the tile so they don't scratch furniture.
Stamps: Blooming with Kindness and Bliss (retired SAB)
Ink: Jet black stazon, SU pastels
Accessories: Qtips, acrylic sealer
Isn't stamping fun?? I love it! Thanks for stopping by.