Thursday, December 3, 2009

A "Knock Your Socks Off" Type Tip!

Ok, it's not very often when someone is able to knock my socks off...But...Karen in New Mexico managed to do it! :)

She sent me an idea that was new to me and I knew I HAD to do a video on it.

So, here you go!


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Karen, you ROCK my world. ;)

Hugs!
Stephanie

11 comments:

eiyiyi said...

WOW .... that's it just WOW. I'm sitting here with my mouth hanging open. What an incredible idea!

Robynccgirl said...

That is a great idea! Thanks for sharing! Gonna try it out now!

Bammin' Designs said...

Wow! I never knew this - what an awesome idea. This is so cool - so many new opportunities for all of our stamps. Can't wait to try it out - thanks for sharing it with us.

Karen and Kyle said...

Hey, that's me! You sure know how to make a girl feel special. And I'm glad you loved the idea...it's a lot of fun to work with!

thetachigurl said...

LOL!! I just learned this over the summer from a Technique Tuesday class! I reacted the same way! I was like SHUT UP! in the middle of class! So exciting!

Nancy said...

I never thought to use my acrylic stamps to do this! Have done this with stamps from Stampin' Up! that have both a shadow and the line stamps.

I always do the shadow first so that the lines of the outline stamp stand out better.

Anonymous said...

Oh I just loved seeing this! I can't wait to try it out for myself!! Great, great idea...
and knowing how you think of tons of ways to use the stamp sets...I know you loved this as much as we do!
Thanks for passing this on! :c)
melissa

Robyn W said...

This is new to me too!! Wow! Thanks for sharing.

Vickie Lee said...

This is a WOW!! I'm excited to give it a try. Thanks for sharing!

Karen said...

I have been doing this technique for years, but just thought it was a mistake:0. I would put the stamp on the wrong side and then correct it with the right side. It works well with leaves..trust me, I know from experience:))

ReneeK said...

Well Geeze, Louise! Why didn't I think of that? That is an amazing tip. Thanks to Karen and to Stephanie!

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