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Rubber Stamping 101- Short Cut Tip and Video!

Stampin-up-christmas-2015-rubber-stamping-tip-video-tutorialHow about a short-cut rubber stamping tip?

In this video tutorial, you'll see how to save a little time to get this multicolored image from the second card in my 2015 Stampin' Up! Christmas card videos. 

Watch below or HERE on You Tube!

inklings:

  • This technique works best when starting with a light ink color.
  • Use the side of your brush tip on your marker rather than the tip.
  • You can re-moisten (if that's a word!) the ink on your stamp by blowing on it.
  • If you "miss a spot" with you marker, no worries! It just adds to the unique artsy-ness of your creation!

What? No markers?  Let's do something about that! ;)  Put these on your Christmas Wish list!

Many Marvelous Markers

All 38 colors in our four main color collections (except Whisper White and Very Vanilla) in one sturdy case. Plus there's extra space for In Color markers. See the In Color Markers HERE and HERE.

* Dual tipped markers: 0.5 mm fine point and flexible brush
* Set of 38, packaged in rigid plastic case with handle
* Includes colors from all 4 color collections (does not include Whisper White or Very Vanilla)
* Odorless, water-based dye ink
* Coordinate with Classic Stampin' Pads and exclusive Stampin' Up! cardstock

 

Give this rubber stamping short cup tip a try the next time you want a multicolored image!

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Chris Loverseed

Really great work :)

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