Hope you'll drop in at Uniko Studio where I'm sharing a discovery made while wandering through the blog-iverse: 'home made' Turnaround Stamping. Most of us are well aware that Turnabout Stamps are a new, popular, trend in stamping, involving a variety of stamps that are attached to one another and designed to be inked up and rotated to create fabulous - and in many cases, intricate - backgrounds.
Did you know, however, that we can create our own version of this type of stamping, using a bunch of little images already in our collections and a grid system? I didn't...until I found Allison Cope's video/post at Inspire Me Monday:Turnaround Stamping.
Here's a peek of what I'll be sharing, using this new, cool technique and a plethora of Uniko snowflakes and sentiments! You don't even need an engineering degree to do this! I 'may' have an additional panel (at Uniko) inked up to show you more possibilities...See you there!
Thank you for dropping by!
Oooh, that looks awesome, Carol! You simply cannot go wrong with snowflakes. So pretty!
I love this technique, thanks for the video link, off to have a look!
Fab set of projects and great stamping. :)
Genius! Thanks for sharing the video source. Your cards and tags are beautiful! xx
ooo will check this out - the samples are fab
These are stunning I am loving the cool colours and the sentiments are just perfect a really gorgeous collection, hugs Pops x
Thanks for figuring this out and sharing it, Carol. The snowflakes look wonderful in their soft colors.
Such a clever idea, Carol! Thanks so much for sharing your technique with us...your cards are just beautiful!
Your projects here (and on the Uniko blog) are magical, Carol ... what a brilliant idea, beautifully executed! I love turnabout stamps so being able to see how to 'make' one from my existing stash sound like a heap of fun. Thanks for sharing the link to see how it's done ... and for being a pioneer in doing it! Hugs, Anita :)
I do not own any turnabout stamps and had no idea that you can make your own! Yours look spectacular!
This is amazing! I just bought some - now it turns out I can use all of my favorite stamps to do it too!
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