Sunday, June 25, 2017

3-D Sunday: Stamped Coasters

I missed posting last week, we were in San Antonio for the Texas State Youth Bowling Tournament and I forgot to take my laptop.  All three of my kids participated this year and the final results will be out on Monday, 6/26.  After the tournament we spent a few days in Austin.  Loved Austin and we plan to visit again.  If you ever go there I suggest Mandola's Italian Market in the Triangle area of Austin -- we ate there twice!  Yummy!!

Here is a very simple project using blank, unfinished tiles.  I picked up my tiles from Michaels Craft Store, a pack of 4 for $3.99, less with 40% off coupon.  Oh so easy!!  Remove any dust from tile, stamp using the archival inks only, I used Stampin Up Basic Black and Basic Gray plus a few others in colors from another company.  Any stamp set will work for this technique it is all about the message you want to create.  To finish I covered the tiles with several coats of Myland's Clear Wax, absolutely love Myland's it is great for craft projects and furniture. No paper or scissors required just ink!!

Background - Gorgeous Grunge
Image & Sentiment - Artistically Asian

 Awesomely Artistic
Background & Sentiment - Basic Gray
Flowers - Basic Black

TIP: To cover tiles with wax I used the following steps:
  • Apply thin layer of wax using brush, let dry about 30 minutes, buff with old cloth
  • Repeat at least 2 to 3 more times
  • Be sure to wax edges
  • I did not wax bottom 
Background & Sentiment - Awesomely Artistic
Focal Point - Dragonfly Dreams

Thanks for stopping by my blog, Tea and Stamps, today. I hope you enjoyed viewing my stamped tile project featuring the Artistically Asian, Awesomely Artistic and Dragonfly Dreams stamps sets.  This is such and easy project hope you give it a try.

Product List
Awesomely Artistic Clear-Mount Stamp Set
Artistically Asian Clear-Mount Stamp Set
Dragonfly Dreams Photopolymer Stamp Set
Basic Black Archival Stampin’ Pad
Basic Gray Archival Stampin’ Pad

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Cathy Peck
Wichita Falls, TX

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