Have you ever tried to stamp and emboss on glass? See the magic!
with Fairy Stamper
The answer is, yes you can! I was excited when I saw this technique and knew I had to give it a try. Stamping and embossing on glass! I love the result. This beautifully framed piece was created as a part of the Fairy Stampers Video Design Team.
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Condo Dwellers FHS-060
Fantasy Flowers FHS-032
VersaMark stamp pad
frame with glass
After stamping and applying the embossing powder, you’ll want to clean off any excess powder and move to a heat-safe surface. Then the fun part, watch the embossing powder transform under the heat.
Clean off both sides of the glass with water and then frame the glass to finish the piece. I can’t wait to try this again and color the image, similar to stained glass!
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I am working on a piece of art for Denise Boddey’s design team. I used a variety of different techniques beginning with alcohol ink, foiled paper, chipboard, and foiled paper origami. I will share all the materials and directions (or links to directions) below. I hope you enjoy and try some of these techniques. The inspiration for this piece started with the chipboard word “awesome” from Denise Boddey.
Chipboard work – Denise Boddey
Foiled paper – Rinea Foil
Adhesive pen and foil – Thermoweb
Yupo like surface
dried baby wipe
adhesive – The Best Glue Ever
The following video will take you through the techniques used.
finished and framed
If you are interested in learning how to fold the foil paper butterfly, there is a tutorial on the Rinea YouTube channel. [Rinea butterfly]
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