Two Different Stamping Techniques With Art Gallery

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Today I have the final 2 different stamping techniques on how to color those multi-image stamps like the flower and leaves stamp from the Art Gallery stamp set.   This has been a fun week in a new series I’m offering on my blog.  You ask for it and I’ll show you!

This week’s question asked was, “How to color and stamp a multi-image stamp”?  Thanks Paula for your question and I hope you enjoyed this week’s tips and techniques on how to color those multi-image stamps.

Email me with your stamping questions and I’ll featuring them on my blog with solutions examples and steps.  If you email me with a stamping question; I will send you a package of Jewels in the mail.  I will need you to also email me your snail mail address so I can mail you those jewels.

The cards I have shown above each have a different way of coloring those multi-image stamps.  Let’s look at each card and the simple stamping techniques that I used.

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The technique I used on this card was the sponge dauber and ink pads.  I used the Melon Mambo and Garden Green ink pads with the daubers.  You just ink the daubers and dauber the ink color on your stamp where you want that color to go.  This technique may look different each time you do it because of the amount of ink you add to your stamp and if you swirl the daubers on the stamp, you will get a swirled image when you stamp it.  It is hard to see on this photo put the larger flower does have a bit of swirl on it.

The sentiment and the die cut I stamped it on are all part of the Stampin’ Up! Art Gallery stamp set & Floral Gallery dies which coordinate.  I also die cut out the flower image after stamping it.

The Glossy Dots Assortment went well with these cards.  The printed background paper is from the Regals 6 X 6 Designer Series Paper pack.  I got both cards from just one sheet.  On this card I used the 4″ X 5 1/4″ piece.

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This was the second card that I created, and I used the Stampin’ Spots on the stamp.  These spots are nice because they are tiny enough to ink up your multi-image stamps.  Where did I get these spots?  You will find uninked Stampin’ spots on page 129 of the annual catalog.  You get 5 uninked spots in the set for $9.00 and then you ink them with the reinkers.  We do sell a Classic Assortment of already inked spots and those are on page 129 of the annual catalog as well and you get 8 colors in the pack: Basic Gray, Coastal Cabana, Daffodil Delight, Flirty Flamingo, Gorgeous Grape, Granny Apple Green, Real Red, and Shaded Spruce.

BUT I got my spots from the Paper Pumpkin kits that I get every month delivered right to my mailbox.  If you are a Paper Pumpkin subscriber, you will get an ink spot in your kit each month.  I love these little spots for traveling, using on the Stamp-a-ra-tus and I gave some doubles I had to Sophia; much easier for her to use.

On this card I used the remaining 2″ X 5 1/4″ Garden Green Designer Series Paper and the 3/4″ X 6″ strip was used across the bottom of the Basic White piece that is on the inside of the card.  The only waste I had on the whole 6 x 6 piece was a 3/4″ X 3/4″ cube.

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