The Complete Guide to Stamping: Over 70 Techniques with 20 Original Projects and 300 Motifs
This rubber stamping guide has step-by-step photographs and finished pictures of every stage of each technique and project. It covers the basics, from choosing the right stamp, paint or ink, to embossing and embellishing techniques and making your own stamps. A 300 motif design library is included.
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acrylic paint brush pens cake carbon paper carefully cut Choosing a stamp Choosing the right cleanly to reveal cosmetic sponge craft knife cutout different surfaces double-sided tape dry completely edges embossing powder Heat Embossing with powder fabric paints finished floorcloth Flora continued flowers foil following the manufacturer's food coloring Gold ink pad Heat gun Leave to dry Lift the stamp lines manufacturer's instructions mask MATERlALS metal mulberry paper outline paint pad paintbrush Water paper adhesive Paper and card pattern Peel picture frame pink paper plastic polymer clay Positioning a single powder Heat gun Press the stamp punch reveal the stamped right medium scrap paper shape single stamp spray glue stamp off cleanly stamp see Choosing stamp see Stomping stamped design steel rule stick Stomping on different strip sugar paste surface you want TECHNIQUES Choosing textured vellum want to stamp WATERCOLOR PAINTING Watercolor pencils watercolor pens
Page 15 - Using a soft pencil, scribble over the back of the traced lines. Lay the tracing paper in position on the material you want to use, scribbled side down.
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