I thought I would test them out on my new Gelli Plate. I definitely need more practice with the plate, but it was fun nonetheless. You could replicate these techniques with a brayer DTP if you don't have a plate. I printed the pink you see on the left, then loaded my plate with a lighter color of paint. I stamped this soon to be released numeral stamp into the plate and stamped onto my pink panel repeatedly. After, I did another press with the paint left on the plate, which reverses the image as you see in the finished product below (left).
I cut the best sections that would make great bases and then used the scraps with dies. For my first project today I am showing you what I did with this center layered panel. You can see the number printed paper worked great to cut my doily. The numbers don't show, just the color variation on such an intricate die.
I made one more sheet of colored paper by dropping a little paint onto my craft mat and spraying with water then smooshing my paper into it. I used it as the base to stamp these butterflies from the Victorian Garden set repeatedly in pink and brown ink.
I gave everything a splat of Metallic Goldfinger Acrylic to finish it off. The photos don't show the color variation and depth, but trust me it's there!
See there the number stamping coming through the butterfly? This butterfly stamp is just soft enough to make a beautiful pattern without being overwhelming. LOVE!
Here you can see the resist I was referring to.
I layered up some dies and our fabulous Flutterby stamp, which I stamped in brown over some leftover smooshed paper. Finally, I added one of the sentiments from the set, stamped in the same DOX and attached with the Tiny Attacher. Thanks for reading to the end! ;0 I hope you are inspired to make some paper today with your IndigoBlu stamps. Until next time...
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