Learn How to Stamp Clay to Make a Jewelry Charm


By Kyriakos Pachadiroglou

Metallic frames, usually used for epoxy, can work nicely to form clay and make jewelry pieces. Mix Walnut ink for a soft, pale shade to create a marble effect ink to the clay. Then stamp with any design using StazOn ink pads that will quickly dry, won’t bleed and give a sharp outcome. StazOn will also allow you to use markers and won’t mix with them. Add some sparkle with SHIMMER Spritz and secure the result with a coating of GlazOn. Use the charm as a jewelry piece or to decorate your cards and crafts.


Skill: Beginner

Time: 30 minutes plus drying time




Step 1

Separate two pieces of clay and color the one with Walnut Ink. Mix together.




Step 2

Lay flat  the clay and place the frame. Remove the excess and let it dry.




Step 3

Remove the clay from the frame and stamp with StazOn ink pad.




Step 4

Add some color with a MEMENTO marker (or none, if you want to leave it just with the stamped image).


Step 5

Spray with the SHIMMER Spritz Sparkle and let it dry.


Step 6

Secure the result and add some shine with GlazOn.



Step 7

Place On Point Glue to the inner sides of the metal frame. Let it sit for a few minutes and place the stamped clay. Add cord or chain according to your style.


Art Supplies:



Walnut Ink – Lilac

StazOn – Royal Purple 

MEMENTO Marker – Lulu Lavender

SHIMMER Spritz – Sparkle

GlazOn – Clear

On Point Glue




Jewelry Metal Frame

Air Dry Clay

Rubber Stamps of your Choice




Create Beautiful Florals with Memento Markers

By Alison Heikkila

Hello! Today I’m going to show you how you can use Memento Markers to create beautiful florals. They look like they’ve been watercolored but you really just have used silhouette stamps.


Skill Level: Basic to Intermediate

Time: 30-45 Minutes



Step 1

Apply your first silhouette stamp to an acrylic block or stamping tool. For all of these images, I thought using a block was easier.


Step 2

Color in the silhouette stamp using Memento Markers. I went with 2 shades of green for the foliage, and two colors on each flower. I recommend applying the lighter color first, and then the darker one. Be sure to overlap the colors to blend them together.


Step 3

Stamp the colored image onto white cardstock. If you take a while coloring in your image, you may want to “huff” or breathe on to the stamp before applying it. This helps to remoisten the inks.


Step 4

Try to change up the strokes you use when coloring the images, especially if you have florals with different textures like I do. Some I kept super streaky to resemble petals, some have a much smoother blend. Don’t be afraid to add extra detail with the Memento Markers after you’ve stamped the images. I did this, for example, on the mason jar.


Step 5

Stamp all of your images out, keeping them spaced apart a bit for die-cutting.


Step 6

Die-cut all of your elements. I adhered multiple images to my cutting plate at once to save time. I taped them down with a low-tack tape to make sure they wouldn’t move.


Step 7

When all of your images are cut out, arrange them in different ways until you like how they look. Snap a photo of the arrangement so that when you go to glue them, you can put them back where you like them. If you have Press ‘N Seal, you can apply that to the top of the images to temporarily hold them in place while you apply On Point Glue to the parts that are “in” the mason jar.


Step 8

Take a piece of 4″ x 5 1/4″ white cardstock and run it through your die-cut machine with an embossing folder.


Step 9

Lightly apply Pixie Dust VersaMagic to the raised design of the cardstock.


Step 10

Adhere foam dots or foam tape to the back of the mason jar and flowers.


Step 11

Stamp the sentiment near the mason jar.


Step 12

Adhere the panel to a white card base.


I love the completed card. Using Memento Markers directly on stamps gives a very different look than when using ink pads. What kind of silhouette stamps do you have in your stash? Flowers like these? Animals? Geometric shapes? You can use any of them with this technique! Thanks so much for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!


Art Supplies


• Memento Markers: Angel Pink, Tangelo, Sweet Plum, Summer Sky, Pistachio, Bamboo Leaves, Danube Blue, New Sprout, Teal Zeal, Cantaloupe, Olive Grove, Northern Pine.

• VersaMagic: Pixie Dust

• On Point Glue


• Altenew: Garden Silhouette Stamps and Dies
• Spellbinders: Set Apter Texture Plate- Laser Beams
• Foam Dots
• White Cardstock
• Adhesive

Learn How to Make a Butterflies of Spring Card with Ink Blending

By Kyriakos Pachadiroglou


Skill: Intermediate

Time: 1 hour

Blend inks to create backgrounds for a spring-themed card and roll the paper with the help of Ink Potion No9 and secure it with some Tear It! Tape. Stamp with VersaFine CLAIR Nocturne and add color with MEMENTO markers.



Step 1:

Cut a 4×6 in piece of card. Color about half part of the card stock piece with MEMENTO LUXE Pistachio and Pear Tart inks using Sponge Daubers.


Step 2:

Stamp the colored part with the MEMENTO Bamboo Leaves and the crackle stamp.


Step 3:

Spray it with the Ink Potion No9, cut some part of the blank part of the card stock, and roll it. Use a heat tool to speed up the drying process and secure it with Tear It! Tape.


Step 4:

Use a Sponge Dauber to color with the MEMENTO Bamboo Leaves on the white rolled side.


Step 5:

Spray Ink Potion No 9 and then Fireworks! Summer Sky on another 5×4 in a piece of the card stock. Let it dry. Use a sponge dauber to lightly distress it with MEMENTO Bahama Blue.


Step 6:

Place Tear It! Tape on both pieces of the card stock and set first the blue one and then the green one.


Step 7:

Stamp with the VersaFine CLAIR – Nocturne and cut around the butterflies. Color with the MEMENTO markers.


Step 8:

Glue flower stamens folded in half on the top side of the rolled part.


Step 9:

Bend the wings of the butterflies and them. Add the sticker words.


Art Supplies:


• Ink Potion No9

• MEMENTO LUXE – Pistachio, Pear Tart 

• MEMENTO Ink Pad – Bamboo Leaves, Bahama Blue 

• MEMENTO Markers – Angel Pink, Lulu Lavender, Rose Bud

• VersaFine CLAIR – Nocturne

• Fireworks! – Summer Sky

• Tear It! Tape

• Sponge Daubers

 Other supplies

• Cardstock

• Kaiserkraft – Tigger Lilly stamps

• Stamperia – Crackle Stamp

• Flower Stems

• Tim Holtz Big Chat Stickers

• Hot Glue


How To Create a Fall Side Table Decoration for Thanksgiving

by LeeAnn McKinney

Hi there friends, Lee Ann here with a fun fall Thanksgiving Home Decor project. In this video, I tried StazOn Studio Glaze in several different colors and I was hoping to make the house a little fun. We do not have a lot of space (literal tiny home) and so anything I make needs to be condensed or small. I chose to pick up a 5″ x 7″ photo frame and play with the StazOn Studio Glaze with coloring in pumpkins, leaves, and other stamped images. StazOn Studio Glaze is a water-based acrylic product and oh it was fun. I plan to make more for the Christmas holidays. 

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 30 minutes


Art Supplies

Other Items Used
  • MISTI Stamping Tool
  • Kat Scrappiness “Happy Fall Y’all” Stamp Set
  • Photo Frame, 110 lb Card Stock
  • Double-Side Tape

Quick and Easy Projects: Stamp and Color Rainbows, Pineapples and Donuts on a School Folder

by Annie Collins

Hello Friends! In this video, I teach you how to create a fun custom school folder that you and your kids can make together.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 20 minutes


  • File Folder
  • Various Stamps

Inking & Masking Technique To Create A Wintery Scene

by Nadine Carlier


Watch my video tutorial below to see how I used Memento Inks and a mask to create a wintery Christmas scene. Enjoy!

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 30 minutes



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