Photopolymer stamps have become my favorite stamps to use. They just have so many advantages.
- They cost less than wood mount or clear mount rubber stamps.
- I can see what I’m stamping and where I’m stamping it because they are see through. As a result, they are easier to line up and fit in small spaces.
- If I don’t stamp a great image, I can try again because I can see through the stamp to line it up with the original image.
- I can store 2 sets of photopolymer in the same amount of space it takes to store 1 wood mount set.
- I can bend them into curves!
That is the trick I’m doing today: bending them into a curve!
This is a great stamp set called Best Birds. You can purchase it as a bundle with the Birds and Blooms thinlets dies for your Big Shot and save 10% by purchasing them together.
You can see from the picture that the branch image has a little curve to it to begin with. I gently curved it into an “L” shape and then stamped it twice to create a wreath or rectangular shape that is perfect for a small sentiment. I added some red flowers with the small flower images for a pop of color. I also used my markers to ink up the stamp so I could use more than one color on the single stamp.
I’ve created a video tutorial with all of the card details:
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