Simple Seashells Stamp Set
Product ID : 3205
Simple Seashells Tip Sheet :
1. Start with the solid image and build your image from there according to the numbering
on the included index label.
2. Try swiping your ink pad across the solid images, leaving intentional streaks. This will
add a unique texture to your stamped image.
3. You can also spritz the solid base image with water if using dye inks. Just a little spritz
with a fine mist bottle will give your stamped image an artistic, water colored look.
4. All of the shells have an accent layer with tiny details that will look beautiful when heat
embossed. Clear embossing powder would look quite realistic!
5. To get more mileage from your ink colors and a more subtle, soft shell image, stamp
the solid base image off on scrap paper first, then onto your cardstock making your ink a
shade lighter. Then stamp the shadow image in the same ink color without stamping off.
6. Use a T1 Copic marker or some gray water coloring to add a little shadow underneath
7. Small touches of glitter under and on a shell could resemble sand.
8. Coat a finished shell with Glossy Accents to give it a more realistic sheen.
9. After inking the solid base image in a light colored ink, ink one side with a slightly
darker ink to create a bit of a shadow effect.
10. This set is designed to coordinate with Sand Swatch. This sand set, sold separately,
allows you to "ground" single shell images for quick and easy cards!
Simple Seashells is a sweet little collection of multi-step images from the sea. By starting with a solid layer and building from there, you are able to create a little piece of sea in only a few minutes. Designed to be paired up with all kinds of techniques, such as stamp spritzing, generation stamping, embossing and much more! This set coordinates beautifully with the mini set Sand Swatch.
*This stamp set does not include a CD case.
This set comes on a single 4x6 acetate sheet. The final assembled tulip shell measures 1 1/2" x 1". The final assembled conch shell measures 2 1/4" x 1 1/2". The final assembled scallop shell measures 1 1/4" x 1 1/8". The final assembled sea urchin measures 1 1/8".