This is a set of 3 tiles that I stamped using The World Over hostess stamp set. I stamped the original image in Black StazOn ink and baked the tiles in my oven at 300 degrees for 30 minutes.
Then once the cooled completely, I colored the images using Fabrico markers (previously purchased from SU when they sold them). For lighter colors, I scribbled the Fabrico marker on my plastic stamp case and used my blender pen. Once they somewhat dried, I went over the colors again to make the colors more vibrant.
Once I had them completely colored (twice), I baked them again at 300 degrees for 30 minutes. After they cooled, I cut out the backing (bottom) from sheets of cork and glued it to the bottom.
Date: Friday, January 19, 2007 GMT Views: 937
Hi canadianmemories! Yes, the baking helps set the ink. Plus, using Fabrico and StazOn helps too. I have been using a coaster made with the same technique everyday for 2 years at work and the ink has never run, bled or smudged. Thanks for asking! Happy stamping!