January 12, 2015

Ice Cream Stamping Fun

Hi crafters!

Justine here again from justinehovey.com to show you a really cute way to stretch your stamps and use them a bit differently. The moment I saw this popsicle stamp, I knew that it would make an awesome border - I was right! This card was so fun to create - my stamps have not arrived so I used a digital copy (size may vary slightly to the original rubber stamps). The supply list and links to all the supplies used are listed at the end of the post.

I used several Copic Markers to achieve this look:
Y11, Y13
N0, N2
RV13, RV17
YR04, YR07
V04, V05
BG02, BG15

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1 comment:

  1. Because of EJ's dietary requirements, we can't buy the easy, el-cheapo ones from the supermarket, unless we are prepared for craziness. Which we aren't. So I ordered these cute Zip-Pop bags from ebay - and made my own.all natural ice pops


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