Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Homemade Coasters with Stampotique

Hello everyone, thanks for stopping by today. I wanted to show you some coasters that I made for my daughter and sister featuring Stampotique stamps and some Dylusions sayings.
I also want to invite you to come over to the Stampotique Designer's Challenge Blog and join us this week in our challenge. We always have some great prizes.

this project took me all of about two days to finish. I made two sets of 6 coasters for a total of 12. I created my backgrounds, two by two, all the same so that I could make two sets of coasters pretty quickly.


For the backgrounds I used mostly acrylic paint (since it's permanent and won't smear when I get ready to seal them)
If I used inks it was mostly Archival that I used. Distress or anything else would smear. I love to add washi tape and doodles into my backgrounds as well.
Most of my stamped images were stamped onto thinner cardstock and colored and then fussy cut out. (that what takes the longest in this process) 
The first set were made for my sister. She is a fun and sarcastic person so I used some of the Dylusion's stamped sayings on them.
The second set were made for my daughter and I used mostly Stampotique's sayings
Even though the backgrounds are the same, the coasters came out very different. 
This was so much fun and I loved making them. Time to buy some more blank coasters and make more!!!
(At the bottom of this email I will list with links, the Stampotique stamps I used.)




Don't forget about Stampotique's New ATC  swap on our Facebook page, there 
is tons of inspiration there and also on

Stampotique Images:

Starfish CubeDog CubeReggieRudylovelyarethesoundFriendBla Bla Bla = all by Daniel Torrente

WillowCasper = By Tracy Scott

Phrase Cube - By Terri Richardson

Sealife CubeAnimal CubeAgatha FlowerIgnis - By Magda Polakow

Wally - By Karen Hayselden

Design Cube 2 - By France Papillon

3 comments:

  1. These are so much fun, luck peeps getting these from you!

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  2. Love them!!! What a fun & unique gift to make and give to your family!

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  3. These are all wonderful - you might could use a warm fuzzy - I could use a cold pint!
    sandy xx

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