Hi everyone Steph Ackerman here today with some Stamped Easter Gift Bags. Using Crafter’s Inks, you can easily create on non-traditional surfaces.
Crafter’s Inks work on multiple surfaces including fabric and glossy papers.
Using Crafter’s Ink, I stamped the Easter Chick in the center of a canvas bag. Next, I used a paint brush to pick up assorted ink colors to paint the egg. Using 1″ faux quilting stamps, I stamped the image around the edges of the canvas bag with Berry Ink. Finally, I added dew drops to the center of the flowers.
I also used assorted Crafter’s Ink to repeatedly stamp Happy Easter on a glassine bag. Ink usually smears on glassine bags, but with Crafter’s Ink, no smearing or smudging occurs. While waiting for the inks to dry, I stamped the Easter Chick on white cardstock, then die cut it. Again, I used a paint brush with Crafter’s Inks to color the egg, then placed it atop a die cut oval before adhering it to the glassine bag.
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Ann Butler Design Products used:
Ann Butler ColorBox Crafter’s Ink: Aquamarine, Blueberry, Deep Woods, Limelight, Tangelo, Berry
Ann Butler’s 1″ Faux Quilting Stamp
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