Bloomin’ … using a stamp-a-ma-jig

by Pam Sparks

Fabulous NEW stamps from Printworks Collection, HERE!  I stamped on watercolor paper and colored with Printworks stamp pads/ink.  Squeeze the lid to pool the ink on the lid making the lid the paint palette.  Pick up the ink with a wet paint brush and color away… the trick for me is… how much water to use! eek!  I need to practice more!

The inside… a wonderful New PW sentiment honoring Mother’s! (I added the flower, its from PW too)

Here’s a 3 min. video on how I masked and positioned the images together….

Bloomin’

Spring has Sprung and Printworks has risen to the occasion with this wonderful new collection of images!

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Stamps and Such

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11 Responses to “Bloomin’ … using a stamp-a-ma-jig”

  1. This is so adorable, love the tutorial video

  2. Hi Pam,
    Hey this is a great card and also a great tutorial!! Thanks for sharing with us!!
    Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

  3. Love this card Pam. Quite a different style, but you do all styles so well. Thanks for the video it reminds me that I have a stamp-a-ma-jig and must get it out and use it.

  4. Pam…I am so glad to see your video…I have a stamp-a-ma-jig and have never used it….ugh….I do need hand holding! Love those cute little boots.

  5. I’m with Patty…….I have a stamp-a-ma-jig and have never used it. THANK YOU for the video. What are you using to stamp on? It looks like hard plastic. Cute card…….as usual. How did you distress the edges? (I have sooo many questions…hehehe). I love the sentiment. Cute stamps! I’m not sure I could tackle the technique. I’m still struggling with Copics.

  6. I agree with Patty and Nancy, I have so many questions. I loved the tutorial but want to hear more.You make it look so easy gonna have to get one of those stamp-a-ma-jigs. Very cute card. joann Sassy Raggedy

  7. Adorable card & I loved the video. I have a stamp-a-ma-jig (of course–ha ha) but I’ve always stamped mine just upside down from yours! It’s so fun to watch how others do things! Keep the videos coming!

  8. Cute card! Love seeing the different coloring mediums used. I for one have forgotten that lost art of using a paint and brush and rely too much on my Copics now a days. lol. Great tutorial! That stamp-a-ma-jig is pretty useful! ;)

  9. I am really going to use this video Pam – I have never masked in my life. Would you look at your grass – your grass is really grass! Your coloring on the bright yellow boots looks great – really great. pracatice more? Yeah right Pam – your water color technique looks pretty fantastic to me. A family might blossom with a Mother’s love but this mother and grandmother is too pooped to pop! Thanks for the video, I too have never used this ma jiggy thing!
    Sandy

  10. Love the tutorial Pam!!!! But your crafting skills are special. You have a real knack for designing!!!!! Wow again gorgeous card!!!!

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