Thursday, February 2

Second Challenge Project by Sheila

OK....I just have to say that Maura's SteamPunk project is absolutely gorgeous! She did a fantastic job with a really cool idea.

For my second project, I kept the same basic idea as the wooden clothespins but used Stampbord instead.  If you're not familiar with Stampbord, it has a smooth clay finish that accepts all types of inks. Since the surface is made of clay, you can then scratch into your designs to create incredible details. It's a fun medium to stamp with! I started with four small rectangle pieces.
I used the same four Distress Ink colors--Spiced Marmalade, Peeled Paint, Barn Door and Faded Jeans. I then placed the four pieces ink side down on top of my rubber stamp that I had inked up with StazOn black ink. When I carefully lifted them off, they looked like this.
After I used the detail tool to add the white accents, I decided to mat the four pieces to make a greeting card. I stamped with Versamark ink on the blue mat.

And here's another view.
If you want to see previous projects using Stampbord, check them out HERE and Here

This challenge was a lot of fun! Thanks Maura.

1 comment:

  1. Love it!! I haven't worked with Stampbord in a long time, and it looks so cool! Great way to make one stamp into a mosaic of 4!


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