Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Guest Designer For JustRite Papercraft - Day Three

My final project is a coaster set using different stamps sets.  My coasters are 4x4 square white ceramic tiles from my local hardware store. To stamp on a tile surface use Stazon Ink and let you ink dry overnight or heat set your project. Stazon Ink is a solvent based stamp pad, designed for decorating non-porous surfaces such as glass, metal, shrink plastic, cellophane, aluminum foil, leather and acrylic. Stazon ink dries instantly on almost any surface and is waterproof once it dries.

Two of the coasters are created by stamping “Elegant Damask Background”  on to the white tiles with “Staz-On” Royal Purple ink.  The other two coasters were stamped with the roses and filigree design from Amazing Paper Grace Stamps “Vintage Filigree Fancies”.  Let all four tiles dry overnight or use your heat gun.  Lightly mist the stamped coasters with Krylon Workable Fixatif.  Let the tiles dry, then repeat. Once thoroughly dried, add four felt pads to the corners on the back of each tile. For gift giving, stack the tiles and tie a double bow of silk Lavender ribbon by “May Arts” from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.   To create your tag stamp “Hugs & Kisses Sentiments” onto white Bazzill paper.  Cut/emboss with Spellbinder Paper Arts™ Classic and Eyelet Circles to create the outer frame.  
I would like to thank Kellie for giving me another opportunity to be your Guest Designer for JustRite Papercraft.  I have so much fun trying to come up with new projects for this fabulous company.

Project Recipe:
Stamps: JustRite Papercraft “Elegant Damask Background” and Amazing Paper Grace Stamp“Vintage Filigree Fancies”

Dies: Spellbinders paper Arts™ Classic and Eyelet Circles
Inks: Staz-On Royal Purple, Marvy Black
Paper: Purple, Lavender and White Bazzill
Accessories: Copic Markers, Krylon Workable Fixatif Spray, Scotch Self-Stick Felt Pads, White 4x4 Ceramic Tiles, 1.25 Lavender Silk Ribbon by “May Arts” from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store

1 comment:

  1. Wow Robin, this coasters are absolutely gorgeous. Rich and elegant in this purple ink. Thank you for sharing. This is my first visit to your blog and I'm liking what I see, so I'm off to browse some more;)


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