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Old 03-03-2014, 04:41 PM   #1161
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This idea is cute.
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I am going to try the Painter's tape technique. it looks like fun!
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If you have masking tape you can use that too. Looks just the same.
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No Masking tape will not work--I do know now why but when you carefully peel the painters tape off your card stock it does not stick to the paper and ruin it but masking tape will.
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I've had good success using masking tape! We have a tutorial for this in our Resources section - http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...almaskingtape/ - and we had it as a technique challenge a while back too, maybe even a couple of years ago by now. The tutorial suggests using glossy card, but I have also used regular card with no problems at all. Just stick the tape to your jeans a couple of times first to reduce the stickiness a bit.
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I use Spellbinders circle nestabilities to make buttons.
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Old 05-23-2014, 05:25 AM   #1168
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I use Spellbinders circle nestabilities to make buttons.
Glad to hear this as I was thinking about doing this to my small scraps.
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Old 06-02-2014, 07:41 PM   #1169
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I would love to try watercolor technique. any ideas if I can do it with an ink pad? or markers?
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Sure - any dye-based ink or marker will do. Some colours/brands may break down into their constitent colours when you add water though so make sure to test on a scrap first to avoid any nasty surprises (I still remember getting purple centres for my blackeyed susan stamp the first time I tried this with a dark brown inkpad ). You can press an inkpad or scribble a marker onto a slick surface (an old CD, a piece of acetate or plastic packaging etc) and pick colour up on your brush from there.
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Yes, you can. I mostly watercolor with my ink pads---then everything still matches! Just squeeze the lid of your ink pad against the pad a few times to transfer the ink to the lid. Then open the lid and dip a wet brush or an aqua painter (my preference) into the ink and then onto your stamped image. I've had good luck with regular card stock as well as watercolor paper. Go easy at first, as you can always go back over some areas to make it darker. I usually stamp my image in Memories ink as it is color fast and will not bleed into your painting. If you plan to go the aqua brush route, invest in good ones with fine tips. That way you can even do tiny stems, etc. Another fun watercolor technique is to color your stamp with markers, spritz with water and then stamp onto the card stock. Different looks, but both look great and are easy to do.
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There's a thread in the Mixed Media sub-forum on DIY masks and stencils that might be of interest to those who like a bit of making do - it's here.
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Old school atlases can be used to provide map background papers for cards. For Bon Voyage cards you can pick the specific map of the country the card recipient is travelling to, for a very personal touch. Die cut various shapes from the maps too, and mix with old bus, tram, plane or train tickets to make a collage look on your card. Sponge the edge of the maps and tickets with ink to soften the edges and make them combine well on your card, or to achieve an antique look.
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Has anyone made their own embossing inks?. Looking for a recipe.
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Glycerin works. You can use it to re-ink you pad or pour a small amount add and apply to your stamp with a sponge.
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This Pinterest search has a lot of 'make your own embossing ink' links.
Not tried any yet. They all seem to be for a clear embossing ink, but I'm sure you could add colour from re-inkers.
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not cheap cheap but I am seeing people comparing Twinkling H20s Ice to Clear Wink of Stella. Obviously doesn't come in the nifty watercolor pen, but if you already have ICE why not use it.
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Old 10-17-2014, 01:23 AM   #1182
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Here's our FrugalCrafter's video on how to make your own glycerin and chalk inks- Video Tutorial: How to make pigment ink | Thefrugalcrafter's Weblog

I have done this. I have done this years before YouTube. Like when Charlie's Angels was on the air. I was a kid. I didn't realize then I was a frugal crafter. I used Corn Husker's lotion back then. In high school I started using glycerin.
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Old school atlases can be used to provide map background papers for cards. For Bon Voyage cards you can pick the specific map of the country the card recipient is travelling to, for a very personal touch. Die cut various shapes from the maps too, and mix with old bus, tram, plane or train tickets to make a collage look on your card. Sponge the edge of the maps and tickets with ink to soften the edges and make them combine well on your card, or to achieve an antique look.
I've done this also with road atlases too. I found a huge old dictionary at a library book sale, it has like 2,000 pages and it was $2, it makes great background paper. I just made a thank you card for some coffee and used the page about coffee.
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The Frugal Crafter has a video about making your own sequins with a hole punch.
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Lylacfey, that tutorial is really helpful! Thanks!
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When using dictionary pages have a quick look at the words on that page before you use it as background paper, there can be some interesting words that pop up on a page that you don't want on your card. Been there done that
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Yep, I almost sent a birthday card with the word concubine, and right below the coffee related words were the coffin related words. Always a good place for an embellishment.
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I have been purchasing the cricut cartridge since day one and have saved all the clear packages the cartridges come in. Great for storing little crafty things. they are clear so you can SEE what is in them. I just wrap a rubber band around them I also use them for acetate for projects, diecut flowers out of them and spray with translucent or heavier colored spray paint, You can also cut them in strips and use them to mount images on when making the card in a box. that way they hold the images yet are not seen so the diecuts in the card in the box look like they are floating without a paper strip holding them up. Many uses for the circuit clear packaging.
You can also with the clear die cut flowers stamp designs on them with perm. ink or run them thru an embossing folder, so many ways to dress them up for cards or layouts, recycling the plastic
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Two new editions :

1. Made my own stamp and die storage bags using 3mm thick bags I received from work. One large baggie made 4 stamp bags. I cut them to size then used my old Food Saver to seal the corners. Voila!.

2. I had a stack of laminating sheets so I cut pieces of cardstock to size, stamped both sides then laminated the sheets. All cling stamps stick to the card and I have a picture of the stamp on the back of the card.

Next I am working on a homemade storage bin using a cardboard delivery box and some inexpensive remnants of fabric plus a glue gun.
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I know this is not much of a tip, but I've been saving all the mail inserts and newspaper ads that are nice strong cardboard. I just now used a die cut circle from one piece to back a die cut ornament that needed "beefing up". Nobody can see it's not fancy cardstock, and the weight was perfect for the job.
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I have several empty dauber bottles and acrylic paint, I was wondering if there was a way to make my own distress daubers? I have a few different mediums as well if needed to mix. Is there a list out there in which acrylic paint matches were made to the Distress Inks?

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I just found this thread, loads of great ideas and I've only read 1/2 the pages!!

As another reuse option, check your local thrift stores for supplies. I've found some great stamps, punches and other supplies there.
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One other idea, die cut fun foam and make matching stamps for the dies.
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Me too, I have found a little thrift shop that always seems to have crafty Items!
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I used up some of the excess rubber I had saved from previous rubber stamp packs from Stampin Up ... for pop dots on cards. It was tedious but free!
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