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Rubber Stamp Fun !!

Hope everyone is having a wonderful Wednesday !! I love rubber stamps , and thought I would share some things you can do with them ! This Dressform stamp is a favorite ! The above photo is the stamp used on Shrink Film , I just used Stazon ink and left it plain because I wanted a black and white theme , I think it makes the "junk" necklace fun ! You can also use the shrink film for embellishments on a card, tag or scrapbook page ! Your imagination can soar !!
For card makers , it is perfect , I used a die from Altered Pages , stamped the image and used copic markers for color and then distressed with inks and blending tool ! A ribbon added for some texture !
Last project is a collage, can be for a journal or just an art collage ! Stamped my image and added papers and embellishments. I have to stop myself sometimes or I keep going ! For the above I also used the Punchinella , for background !If you dont have any , you should , it can be used over and over and on so many projects !
Have a creative day !
Eunice

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  1. Great projects and that dress form stamp is really cute! How did I miss that?

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  2. Always adore you stuff Eunice! I have a tutorial on how to make those french number plates I will have to post it!

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  3. Wonderful, Eunice! And you are so right, everyone should have a little sequins waste on hand!

    :)

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  4. They are so pretty Eunice! I love them all but that charm is my fav!!

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  5. Beautiful Eunice,this stumps dress are very cute.I love it.Thanks for sharing nice and important post with us.

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