Scrapbook 10-Minute Tricks: Clear Stamps

See the true creative potential in your clear stamps. From bending them to cutting them, these quick tricks will have you seeing your clear stamps in a whole new light! Maggie Holmes used three creative stamping ideas on her Pretty Princess Dress layout found in Scrapbooking Tips & Tricks: Stamps & Ink.

Pretty Princess Dress by Maggie Holmes from Scrapbooking Tips & Tricks: Stamps & Ink

Pretty Princess Dress by Maggie Holmes from Scrapbooking Tips & Tricks: Stamps & Ink

Stamp a Scene

Save time by stamping several images at once. Clear stamp blocks come in various sizes, so you simply have to select a larger block to build your scene.

Cloud closeup

Cloud closeup

Clouds arranged on acrylic block

Clouds arranged on acrylic block

Bend and Shape Your Stamps

Clear stamps are flexible, making it easy for you to bend an image to create an entirely different design. Fold a banner into a circle to create a sun, or go with a square for a funky photo frame.

Sun closeup

Sun closeup

Curve stamps for a new design

Curve stamps for a new design

Remove What You Don’t Need

Rather than taking time to mask, simple cut away the part of your clear stamp you don’t need. Don’t worry; you can piece the stamp back together on your acrylic block when you want the image in its original form.

Journaling closeup

Journaling closeup

Remove portions of stamps

Remove portions of stamps

 

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