I stamped the walls of my twin girls' room with DD Bold Butterfly and DD Blooming Wonderful. Two walls in the room are yellow; two are blue. I only stamped on one blue wall and one yellow wall. On the other half of this wall, the stamps are lower, at the girls' level.
Date: Friday, July 15, 2005 GMT Views: 1794
Registered: June 25, 2004 Location: Wilkie, SK CANADA Posts: 176
Fri, Jul 15, 2005 @ 8:30 PM
This is great!!! ok let me get this straight!!! You used acrylic paints from Wal-Mart, did you put the paint in a cookie sheet or something? just dip it in then stamp in the wall??? I love this it looks like soo much fun!
------------------------------ Melony Just
"Trust me, any excuse to stamp is a good excuse!!" just ask my husband
Registered: October 24, 2004 Location: McKinney, TX Posts: 1976
Fri, Jul 15, 2005 @ 8:59 PM
Thanks to everyone for your kind comments! Melony, I put a little bit of paint on a disposable plate. Then I used those sponges on a stick to sponge paint onto the stamp, then stamped the wall. The acrylic paint is too thick to dip the stamp into directly. It doesn't take much paint. I did have to press hard since the walls are textured. A few times I messed up, and I immediately wiped it off with a damp cloth and then tried again. It took me a while to get up the courage to get started on this project, but once I did, the girls got all excited and then it was easy to just keep working on it. They really do love it!
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Registered: April 9, 2004 Location: Orange, California Posts: 18484
Sun, Jul 17, 2005 @ 10:18 PM
Absolutely gorgeous. And your girls are gorgeous, too!