Thank you for your wonderful compliments. I have to give Kelli Purkey the credit for the instructions on how to make these pins. In a nutshell, stamp and color an image as you would do normally keeping in mind that colors will get darker when you spray them. Layer your image on 2 sheets of CS, I used VV for a total of 3 layers. Spread Tacky glue between the layers, taking care not to use too much. You want a nice even coating but if you use too much it will get slippery when you cut it out. While the glue is still wet, cut out the image as detailed as you can cutting through all layers. The paper will be pliable from the glue and moldable. Mold into the shape you want and set it aside to dry. The bottom layer will always have 3 layers of cs. Any layers on top have 2. Stamp, color, glue, cut and shape any images that you want to layer on top of your bottom layer. Set aside to dry. After they are all dry, use a marker to darken the edges covering any exposed cardstock. I used the coordinating color of marker. Glue together all images with the Tacky glue. When it is dry, spray with Krylon Triple Thick Glaze and let it dry. Repeat this process until you get the gloss that you are after, at least 7-8 times. You can add beads, wire and whatever embellishments you want. I used the pop up glue dots for the beads and then gave it one last spray to seal them.
------------------------------ Alice Erickson - InkydigitStampers