Halloooo you. Welcome to Part 2 of this 3 part series looking at the stamping grids that I have designed and that are available for free download.
Archives For Ranger Archival Ink
Halloooo you. During some recent TV shows I highlighted a way of using a lightbox with some printed grids to create pattern stamping designs and had a fair few questions on where you could get those print outs.
The ones that I used on the shows were very old and I created those a long time ago and don’t have the originals so have set about creating a whole new set for you to play with.
Over the next three Stamp It Sunday posts I will be sharing printable grids and design ideas for square designs, rectangular designs, oval designs and circular designs so I hope that you will continue to ‘tune in’ and take a look at these neat little helpers.
Making a fresh start on the Stamp It Sunday mini series of blog posts today – and what better way to be welcomed back than by a muscle-bound tattooed sailor poking his head in your porthole.
Now, stop laughing you naughty person and do have a read …
Managed to sneak in a little playtime again today and have been working again with the range of products sent to me by Georgina Ford of Designs By Georgina.
I also have a little giveaway too!
I have been having a go at making gifts bags this week. Something I’ve not really tried before but with the big ‘C’ coming up I thought that I’d like to have a go this year.
This project started out with the Poinsettia Gift Tag Stamp from Designs by Georgina. I stamped this out onto Kraft card using an Archival Inkpad; this was then cut out around the outer edge.
Ok, so I remembered to do this post. This is a good thing when you consider that just lately my brain appears to be melting away.
I’ll wander from one room to another and think, “now, what did I come in here for?” and then I’ll remember several hours later. Continue Reading…