Hi. I'm new to the papercrafts section of Craftster (posted in other sections before though), and wondered if anyone else does rubber stamping onto photos, silhouette-style, like this? (The photos of sunrises and sunsets were taken by my son or me with a basic digital camera - nothing fancy - then stamped with black Stazon inkpad.) If so, I'd love to see a link please - thanks.
This is one of the first polymer items I made. I love using rubber stamps on polymer, and Pearl Ex powder on black clay can be a wonderful medium with it too. It measures approx 1 1/4" x 2" (3 1/2 x 5 cm.)
I got tired of making hearts like this, so decided to try some birdies instead! Fabrics used are scraps of silk on the top one, and faux leather animal prints on the lower one. Seams are covered by sewing on bits of ribbon, trim and fibers. I used a real feather for the wing on the lower one. The pic isn't very clear - I'm photography-challenged!
Not sure if this should be under polymer or papercrafts, but after oohing and aahing over Porge Creations' beautiful food jewelery, I remembered I had this birthday card I'd made awhile ago. The slice of cake is embellished on the top with 'sprinkles' of microbeads embedded in clear Dimensional Magic. The fork is a charm and the plate is a punched circle of card rubber stamped with a border design.
My family think I'm seriously strange ....! I saw these geckos in a pack of 6 in a $ store and loved the funky colors. They're made of that soft rubbery stuff and are meant for treats at a kids' party I think. They threaded really easily with a needle and Softflex clear stretchy cord, together with the seed beads. So, is my family right ... Whaddayathink?!
The shrinky was colored using rubber stamp pigment inkpads. The pic doesn't look very good, but IRL it's very bright and funky. The 2 are glued together using a dab of Super Glue. (This is my first pic upload so I hope it works!)