Monday, March 1, 2010

step by step fish stamping

cards i used.spray with water.spray with yellow memories mistspray with orange memories mistselect a stampget it very wet with sprayi used orange memories mistmake a bloppy stamped imagemake a second bloppy image if you want.use dark ink and re-positioner position re-positioner over stamped blop.spray opaque white on stampstamp using your re-positioner (i missed a bit).gel ink the eye.finished.other one finished too.

7 comments:

Buffy said...

That was really neat,I'm gonna give it a try.And for once I think I might have everything to do it.Thanks for sharing.

Tess said...

Ok, so what is a repositioner? And where did you get the Memories Mist? Your fish looks really neat. Kinda grungey, just like a fish. I like the eye and the white really makes it pop.

artycrafty said...

ooh I like it!
fun and messy!!!

lisa bebi said...

tess a re-positioner is made of 2 clear acrylic pieces that fit together, one is "L" shaped and the others is large and flat and fits in the arm of the "L".
if you fit the 2 together then stamp on the flat piece with your stamp's (wooden) edged to the "L", then you can take the flat piece with its image stamped on it and place it over your paper and move it around until the image on the acrylic matches the image on the paper. take the "L" shape and fit it to the flat piece. remove the flat piece and place your inked up wooden stamp in the "L" instead. now you know the inked stamp will stamp exactly where you want it to.
jeesha, i hope this makes sense - --anyone out there who can you explain it better?

Studio Sylvia said...

Brilliant!

Jaime Lyerly said...

Great tutorial.

bockel24 said...

just beautiful!

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