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Stencil On Stamp Technique | Splitcoast Stampers

I’m honored to share my 3-in-1 Stencil on Stamp Technique on the Splitcoaststampers blog today! Huge thanks to Dina, from Splitcoaststampers, who saw my condensed video on Facebook and invited me to guest!

3-in-1 Stencil on Stamp Technique | Splitcoaststampers Guest

YouTube Tutorial | 3-in-1 Stencil on Stamp Technique

All the details are in this video tutorial. Watch here or in HD on YouTube.

Step by step detailed instructions are over on the Splitcoaststampers blog post so I won’t repeat them here.

If you missed my original Stencil on Stamp Technique video featuring Altenew Mod Vases watch it here. I’ve improved the process so be sure to watch this new video too!

What’s New in this Stencil on Stamp Tutorial?

In the original video with the vases, I used a cover die to create a DIY vellum stencil. This time I used a smaller die and encourage you to experiment with more of your supplies.

All three of the balloon elements below came from inking up the DIY stencil one time.

Stencil on Stamp Technique with smaller dies
3-in-1 Stencil on Stamp Technique Tips

Did Your Ink Dry Too Fast?

If you use a large solid stamp, you may find that dye ink dries too quickly. To prevent dye ink from drying too fast, apply clear embossing ink to the stamp before placing the stencil.

The embossing ink will slow the dry time of dye inks and improve your stamped image. You could also try using pigment ink or Distress Oxide ink which inherently dry slower compared to dye ink. I haven’t tried pigment or Oxide inks, so let me know how it goes if you test them!

Huge thanks to Splitcoaststampers for having me guest and to you for joining me. Do be sure to pop over to the Splitcoaststampers blog for the full post.


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  1. Inkin' Chickie says:

    I like the multiple use idea. Great way to also save the ink!