Artesprix has a lot of new products coming soon. The tag pictured above was made with their new colored stamp pads. They sent me a few stamp pads to try out in advance of their release. There are a total of nine stamp pads available in Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Pink, Brown, and Black.
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The Artesprix stamp pads I received are in blue, purple, and green. What a great color combination! These stamp pads are rich and juicy. They are more of a foam texture instead of a felt which means they are easy to ink up your stamps with a light tap of the stamp onto the pad.
For this project, I stamped a pattern of dragonflies and painted them. See the video tutorial below for the how-to of this stamp and paint technique. Instead of outlining the blank first, I stamped a pattern large enough to cover the blank and then chose the placement of the blank.
Follow the instructions for preparing your blank to heat. Make sure your blank is taped in place to the transfer design. Then use protective paper on the top and bottom, creating a sandwich. Once the heat source is placed, do not move it around. You might find a bit of pressure to be helpful.
Always lift a small corner to check the transfer before removing the taped design. This can really save your project. I had to heat mine twice since the EasyPress was losing some heat when I moved it onto the sandwich.
I finished my tag off by going around the outside edge in purple Unicorn Spit and then placed a label on the back with my contact information. The label was made using a Cricut Joy. I plan on using it on my luggage.
The stamp pads should be available on the Artesprix website by May 5th.