Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Stamping on Acetate & DIY Danglers | Video

Hi everyone! Indira here today video tutorial on how to create these pretty danglers by stamping on acetate. You can turn them into bookmarks, key chains, dream catchers or just hang them in your car or workplace. There are so many possibilities with them!

 I am also listing out the steps here in case you are not able to watch the video for any reasons.

1. Take a piece of acetate/ OHP sheet.
2. Treat it with embossing buddy or just simple baby powder to get a crisp embossing.
3. Stamp using VersaFine Onyx Black ink.
4. Emboss using clear embossing powder.
5. Start coloring the image from back side.
6. I used nail polish for coloring these. You can use also use alcohol inks for coloring.
7. Drop a dollop of nail paint on the area that you want to color and then spread it around.
8. Finish coloring and let it dry for a few hours.
9. Once completely dry, fussy cut the image.
10. Stamp additional pieces if you want to string them together.
11. Punch a hole in the image and attach embroidery thread for hanging it.
12. Make a tassel with embroidery thread and attach on top or bottom as desired.
13. Try alternate designs by attaching key chains, charms, etc. to create different objects.




Here are close-up pictures of each dangler, hung on the wall.







Check on the video tutorial for the process :) 

                                       



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Mudra stamps are now available at the following Retailers:

The Craft Shop
Craft Adda
Crafts NeedAnandha StationeryHindustan Trading Company
Kat Scrappiness
Art and Craft Store - Noida
Hindustan Trading Company, Chennai
The Craft Store, Srilanka
Papercurves, UAE
Crafters Corner, India

9 comments:

  1. Absolutely amazing idea, Indira! I love these danglers. So so pretty and colourful :)

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  2. Wow loved these colorful danglers ! Never thought of using nail polish for coloring,thanks for the idea ;)

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  3. Beautifully and cleverly done :)

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  4. Such a clever idea and process...Thanks for the video tute... :)

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  5. This is so brilliant, Indira!! Love it. :-)

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