I'm loving this 3-Step Rose Set!! I know you will too:)
So many of you had questions about my WT 150 card so I thought it would be fun to have the 3-Step Rose set as blog candy!!! Maria owner of Kitchen Sink Stamps will mail the winner a brand new set. Thanks so much Maria!!
To enter all you have to do is leave a comment on this post telling me what type flower you'd like made into a stamp 3-Step Kitchen Sink Style? One winner will be drawn using random org. Jan 31st. The winner needs to email me your address so Maria can ship it to you. If the winner has not claimed the set by Feb 2nd on Feb 3rd I will draw a new name. I'm excited to see your flower ideas. Good luck everyone!!
I hope this answers the questions I've gotten. I took a few pictures so you can see what your card should look like as you go. I find the best way to apply the paint is with a foam brush. Really work the paint into the brush and wipe off any excess paint on paper towels. Apply the paint to stamp ( Step 1 ) stamp it onto your dark colored card stock I used Choc Chip. Clean off your stamp with a wet towel and let the image dry completely. Since these stamps are on acrylic blocks it's easy to stamp the image again. Repeat Step 1. Clean stamps. Let dry completely. The first picture shows you while the paint is still wet it is very white but as it dries it lightens. The next three pictures show you how it looks as you add the steps. The finished card can be seen here
This is really fun to do. I hope you will try it. If you do please post a link to your card. I would love to see them. Feel free to email me if you have more questions.
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