Wednesday, 16 December 2009
Need a new way to organize your schedule-why not make yourself a planner to help remember all those important events. I got the idea to make my own from a dear friend of mine. You can use any book cover or even make your own from chipboard. I covered it with old dictionary paper, stamped the large ornate frame and the date and painted the whole cover with a shimmery type spray. The little crown charm is another stamp that I stamped on frosted shrink plastic and attached to a chandelier type crystal. The black crystal knob was one from 7gypsies that I painted black with Copic markers. I created the roses by just cutting out circles and cutting them into spirals. These stamps are all Superclear polymer made in the Imagebox. Since I work in Photoshop to do my stamps-I try to get as many images as I can on a sheet. IF you own a Mac instead of a PC you can still use the products just not the software that comes in the kits so go out and try to make one of your own custom stamps today. Once you start you won't be able to stop.
Posted by Anonymous at 13:21
Wednesday, 2 December 2009
We know a lot of you use our kits for making small stamps for on precious metal clay, check out our instructions for advice on making your negatives using free software.
Below are pictures of cufflinks made using stamps created by the imagepac daylight kit. These are an excellent idea for customised christmas or birthday gifts. Send us your pictures of any silver clay projects and earn some free daylight sachets if we're impressed! Note that for detailed negatives with small lines we recommend printing on imageblack inkjet film rather than the 45gsm paper.
created using childrens artwork....