Video: Shadow Stamping + Blog Hop + Giveaway
Hello there. Today’s video shares how to do shadow stamping… plus a look at the new Simon Says Stamp inks.
[All supplies are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post. Affiliate links used. To watch the video in HD on YouTube, click HERE.]
I’ve shared how to do shadow stamping (aka ghost stamping) with layering stamps in the past, but today’s cards feature a fun trick that is great for creating multiple cards. These cards feature the new Simon Says Stamp Many Thanks layering (or building) stamp set. The images are designed to stamp on top of each other to build pretty flowers.
In the video, I used the MISTI stamping tool. However, you can also use a large acrylic block. I arranged a cluster of the first layer of flower stamps in one corner of a piece of colored cardstock and stamped them with white pigment ink. I then rotated the paper and stamped them again in the opposite corner. This trick makes the process so much faster! I did this on ten pieces of colored cardstock.
I clustered the next layer of flower stamps so they would stamp directly on the first. I stamped them with various matching colors of the new Simon Says Stamp dye inks. The overlapping of the white pigment ink and the colored dye ink gives the illusion that three inks were used instead of two.
To add even more depth, I went in with a white Prisma colored pencil and added some highlighting.
I finished off the cards by white heat embossing a variety of the Simon Says Stamp Large Scripty sentiments in the center of the of the cards. I adhered all the panels to white notecards using fun foam in between for dimension. This would be a great set of notecards to give as a gift.
You may have noticed the new grid paper I’ve been working on in my videos. This is a new large paper pad that is perfect for stamping on. It helps line things up and measure. When it gets too dirty, simply tear it off and move on to a clean sheet. It measures 11×17 inches and has 50 sheets. I have wanted this for a long time!
In the video, I also share a closer look at the newest 12 colors of Simon Says Stamp inks. More on that below. 🙂
Here are some related videos that may be helpful:
- MISTI Stamping Tool – Shares more of the MISTI in action.
- Similar Shadow Stamping Video
- Another Similar Shadow Stamping Video
- Similar Shadow Stamping Example
- Ink Swatch Book Video
INK SWATCH DOWNLOAD
I have a free Ink Swatch Download for these new Simon Says Stamp Inks – just click HERE. To see my complete list of Ink Swatch Downloads and how I create and store them, head over HERE.
To learn more about the Simon Says Stamp Ink properties, check out THIS video.
Today’s post is part of the Simon Says Stamp Color of Fun Blog Hop celebrating their new product release. You can see all the new products HERE.
The next person in the hop is the lovely Debby Hughes. If you want to start at the beginning of the hop, head to the Simon Says Stamps blog.
Simon Says Stamp is giving away a Simon Says Stamp Prize pack to a lucky winner on each of the blogs in the hop today – including here! For your chance, leave a comment below by 6/15/15. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected and posted on the SSS blog after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)
Interested in the products I used? To make them easy for you to find, I have listed them below. (Affiliate and product disclosure can be found here. SSS sent me these products to participate in this blog hop.)