Stamping Class Projects

Posted by on Apr 25, 2008 in Other Crafty Projects | Comments Off

I took a Rubber Stamping Class a few days ago and had the best time! There was just so many projects.. that everyone didn’t finish all of them! There were about 18 or so projects, but I finished only 11 of them.

Here are the 11 projects that I was able to finish. I have two to finish up, and didn’t get a chance to do the others!

This is one of my favorites. Very simple and fast to make. I used a pigment ink for the stamp, and pour embossing powder over it. Then used a heating tool to melt the powder. I love watching the powder turn into a shiny gloss!

I spray painted a take out box, and then tried to stamp on it. This was a bit rushed, so it didn’t turn out too well. I tried to fix it with a silver glue stick. ;) I think it’s still cute!

This card was kind of messy! I used a multi-colored stamp pad which ended up all over my fingers. ;) This one took the most time to do.

I love this one. It’s very simple and cute! I really love the grasshopper stamp! The bow was hot glued on.

Isn’t this darling. The moment I saw this, I knew it was a Martha Stewart project! I’ve been wanting to buy it, but now I don’t have to. We had to decorate the cute box with stamps of course. And inside, there’s a stamp that says “Martha made me do it!” (Photo will be added later.)

I love this card! Simple, but so cute. It’s stamping on vellum and cardstock, and then glitter glue around the edges.

Here’s a monochromatic card that I love. Lots of layers of stamps. And a little bit of embossing powder on top.

The background of this card uses the Cuttlebug for the embossing.

Another favorite, and so simple. Lots of the same stamp with red glitter glue.

We spray painted these cards first, and then stamped the flower. Then used a special watercolor product to paint the flower’s petals and leaves.

orchid Card
And my favorite… this uses the Cuttlebug for the background, some very nifty paper for the orchid pot, and small flower petals.