Stampin’ Up! Two Minute Technique: Clear Block Stamping!!!

By | 02/09/2013

A couple of weeks ago, I posted a picture of some journal pages on my Facebook page that I made using the clear block stamping technique.  I just love this technique, so I created a video tutorial about how to do this technique!  I also created a card…of course!!!

clearblockstampingIsn’t this pretty?  You can use your clear block like a stamp to get different sizes and shapes for background images.  You could use a light color like Crumb Cake or River Rock, or you can use colors like I did here.  I chose 3 colors in the Brights collection: So Saffron, Tangerine Tango and Old Olive.  You can see the image is light and airy!  It’s perfect to stamp an image and a sentiment over the top of it!

The image and sentiment both come from the Just Believe stamp set (#120453) and I used clear block “C” to stamp my background rectangles.  For my image, I used Old Olive and my sentiment is stamped in Early Espresso.  I added an Old Olive Ribbon from the Spring Mini (#129291).

The card base is Old Olive card stock cut at 5-1/2 x 8-1/2″, scored at 4-1/4″.  The Whisper White mat is cut at 4 x 5-1/4″.  This is my standard card and mat size.  It’s quick and easy!

The card is very quick and simple, yet fabulous!  I’m going to be trying other clear block sizes to see what other cards I can come up with!

Ready to order the products you’ve seen me using this week? And maybe, even some that I haven’t!  You can order online by clicking here!

Here is my Two Minute Quick Tip Video Tutorial for Clear Block Background Stamping!

Well…I’m off to finish the video tutorials for my Virtual Club classes that my Virtual Club members get for free just for placing a minimum order of $35 or more from my online store.  Check out the details here!  You still have time to join for February to get my free Virtual Club Classes!

Here is a sneak peak at just one of the project sets for this month!

sneak peek feb virtualLove this!!!  One of my favorite card making techniques and one of my favorite stamps!!!

Thanks for visiting!



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