Stamp Off Technique is a fun way of using your stamps to produce subtle inked images. Let’s try it with DIY washi tape and then use the washi to make a stunning card.
For this project, I used an A4 size adhesive sheet trimmed into 1-1/2 inch strips. I also used my Regals colour wheel as my guide. 2 sets of complimentary colour gave me Crushed Curry, Blackberry Bliss, Shaded Spruce and Cherry Cobbler.
I received a free stamp set from Stampin’ Up! called Delicate Dahlias, which I will be using for this project. It’s Sale-a-bration until the end of September and qualifying orders get a freebie. Make sure you check out the beautiful products that you can enjoy.
Here’s a video to show you the technique. I kept on saying Cherry Cobbler instead of Crushed Curry for the yellow ink pad. Ooops!
Here is a list so you can make this at home:
- Delicate Dahlias Stamp Set
- Crushed Curry Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Blackberry Blisss Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Shaded Spruce Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Size B clear-mount block
- Stampin’ Scrub
- Adhesive or sticker sheets
- A4 Basic White Card Stock
If you made a lot of washi tape, why not roll it up and wrap to give to a friend? You can also use washi for your journals, scrapbooking and gift wrapping. This will look stunning as a belly band for a box too.
I hope that you will give the Stamp Off technique a go. Enjoy making cards with them. You’ll find that they are handy when you need a quick embellishment for your paper craft projects so make sure that you make a lot of them!
Have fun stamping!