Ink: Aquamarine Staz-on, Black Staz-on, Fabrico markers and sharpies
Difficulty (1-Easy 5-Advanced): 1
A LOST 4400
Registered: June 19, 2003 Location: Super Bowl City, TX Posts: 34525
Tue, Dec 07, 2004 @ 5:30 PM
Is that Texas stamp by Jam'n Stamps?? I have the small one and LUV IT!! I really like her stuff and if you have ever had the chance to watch her watercolor (on the stamp no less) what a treat she is! This is such an awesome idea on the coasters. Thank you so much for the inspiration!!!
Jackie G. (aka Jacquita) SCSmember #656
Write your sorrows in sand and your blessings in stone.
Registered: November 1, 2004 Location: Austin Posts: 2656
Tue, Dec 07, 2004 @ 8:22 PM
Thank you all for the nice comments! Yes, I believe it is Jam'n Stamps. I bought it at Memory Depot, here in Austin. They have a good selection of Texas stamps. I think they have a website (http://www.memorydepotonline.com/) but I don't think you can order from it directly.
------------------------------ Geeta aka craftyengineer
Registered: June 29, 2004 Location: Sugar Land. Texas Posts: 55930
Wed, Dec 08, 2004 @ 4:01 AM
Love that great Texas stuff on this site!!! Yea, Texas!!
Registered: May 23, 2004 Location: Richmond, Texas Posts: 47
Wed, Dec 08, 2004 @ 9:59 AM
Yes, I have this stamp-it is by Jamnstamps. www.jamnstamps.com Joyce Meyer is the artist.
I make coasters with this stamp as well and sell them at a local store. I never thought to use the Fabrico Markers. I have used the Staz On in Blue on a Q-tip to color, but as we know the Blazing Red is like Pink Passion. So, I used the Real Red Craft Ink to color. But you have to seal them so the Craft Ink won't run. Then I found out about EKSuccess Memory Pencils. They were only $3.99 at Hobby Lobby and they are waterproof. If you don't seal the tiles, then they will absorb moisture from your glass. That is important in a humid climate like Houston!