February 7, 2007

REVIEW – Twinkling H20’s

Posted in Companies We Love, projects, Reviews, samples at 8:34 am by scrapbookdesigns

Boy have we been having fun with twinkling h20’s!! To inspire you even more (not that it takes much with these cool little shimmering paint pots!) check out these cool links and our mini samples.  left to right we have: the direct to rubber techique of painting h20’s onto a rubber stamp-we stamped ours onto black, same technique for the soft looking heart but the 4th generation stamping of the rubber stamp (the h20’s give you multiple images and you can make them go even further by spritzing your rubber during the stamping process), our 3rd sample is embossed paisley image on black cardstock with black embossing powder-we then washed h20’s over the entire image, the last 2 images show the creamy thick consistency of the h20’s painted onto a rubber stamp and the deep look you can achieve from the 1st impression and after stamping out 3 or 4 images we achieved a soft subtle image of the rose.  Of course they are called “Twinkling H20’s” for a reason and although not that clear in the photos (dodgy photography sorry) they really do have a lovely irridescent glow to them that is visible in all your applications!

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http://www.rubberstampsclub.com/tips/twinkling-h20s.html, http://www.luminarteinc.com/how-to-direct-to-rubber.html

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