|Teresa Collins Stamp Maker Demo - The Recap|
|Our Blog - Stamping|
|Written by Angela Crandall|
|Tuesday, 01 March 2011 00:00|
We know you planned on stopping by to see the Teresa Collins Stamp Maker demo...but then Life happened, right? That's okay - we had you covered...well we covered the demo just in case you weren't able to make it!
Here is BC, our goto person for the Stamp Maker. Here he is getting started:
BC made it look so easy! He already had printed cut to size transparencies with an assortment of designs (some are included with the starter set!) Using the magnetic bases, the trimmed transparency and a stamp gel pac, he prepped the set and placed it into the light box, set the timer and answered the many questions we had regarding the Stamp Maker while the machine did the work.
After only 3 minutes, he pulled out the set and got to scrubbing the new stamp to remove the excess gel, revealing our new text stamp, almost finished! All the while wearing a fantastic set of crafting gloves - they moisturize as you work! Ask us about these the next time you're in...
The soft stamp went into a water bath in the included tray for another 3 minutes to finish curing. We were anxiously waiting to see how well this clear stamp would stamp text. BC assured us we would be pleased...
Out came the water tray, the stamp was dried off and inked and then put to the test...
Wow! We were impressed. Clear. Crisp. and oh so clean - not a smudge to be seen!
Here's a close up...let us know what you think!
At the demo, BC was able to share an album of projects with samples of stamps and designs that were made using the Stamp Maker. The ideas are endless!
Using your child's or grandchild's art
Your own art
Pictures of your family, cat, dog, self...of anything you can scan and print!
Of course, you can design address stamps, monograms...anything you need when you need it!
You can even make customized designs for embossing and stencils using the coordinating gel pacs.
Using mediums designed for fabric, like Ranger's Liquid Pearls, you can even create designs to use for quilting and sewing projects...
From start to finish, the whole process took less than 20 minutes to make the stamp.
Imagine the possibilities!
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 August 2011 22:25|