I used double sided glue sheet, that i put on a piece of cardstock and then i inked the stamp with versamark, and pressed it into the silver micro beads, removed the paper backing from the glue sheet and stamped on the sticky side. I pressed the silver beads really good towards the glue sheet, and then i drizzled transparent micro beads over the glue sheet, so that they would stick to the sheet that wasn't covered with the silver beads. Mounted the piece to the card front, and added ribbon and buckle. This tech was so easy and so much fun!!!!
Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2006 GMT Views: 255
Really neat look--I hope I understand your instructions because I'm ready to give this a try if I get half as good a result--Am I to understand that you versamarked the stamp and then pressed the stamp into the beads and that was enough to adhere the beads to the stamp and then you transfer onto the sticky sheet?? I'm surprised that the versamark holds the beads to the stamp.
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Tue, Feb 21, 2006 @ 5:43 PM
<p>Yes you ink the stamp with versamark, this is to get the beads to stick on the stanp and the you stamp it on the sticky sheet. The glue on the sheet will then hold the beads in place. The beads that has the 2nd colour will then cover all of the glue sheet, so that only the cardstock beneath is shoving(if you are using transparent beads.)</p>
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