Stamping on Acetate with StazOn Pigment to Create Sunshine Stained Glass

by Jessica Lin

Stamping on Acetate with StazOn Pigment to Create Sunshine Stained Glass

Hi everyone! I have a special project to share with you: stained glass piece using acetate and aluminum foil. I’ve been wanting to try this technique and I know that now is the perfect time to do this with the new StazOn Pigment inkpads! Check out how well the StazOn Pigment inks stamp on acetate and paper in this tutorial.

Skill: Advanced
Time: 30 minutes

Directions

Supplies

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Other
  • STAMPlorations New Beginning
  • Acetate Sheet
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Adhesive Sheet
  • Neenah Black Cardstock
  • Copic Markers

Watch a Video on How to Create a Beautiful Paper Clay Bowl

by Jennifer Vanderbeek

Watch a Video on How to Create a Beautiful Paper Clay Bowl

Have you tried paper clay, yet? I love that it’s so simple, so forgiving and so very versatile. After seeing project after project on Pinterest about how easy it is to make clay bowls embossed with doilies and other items, I thought it would be fun to make a paper clay bowl and decorate it with stamps and ink. The gilding is a nod to the Japanese technique of Kintsugi—which means golden joinery—as I had the idea to maybe fill some of the uneven rim with the Creative Medium but ultimately used it to blend the different shades of green in the dried clay and add a bit of sheen and shimmer to the finished bowl.

 

Supplies

Imagine
Other
  • Prima – Paper clay
  • Water
  • Plastic Wrap
  • 6” Cookie cutter or knife and circle pattern
  • Simon Says Stamp – “Kind Flowers” stamp set
  • Acrylic block
  • Wet wipes
  • 1200 grit sandpaper
  • Face mask
  • Heat tool
  • Bowl or Form