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I recently attended the CKC in Collinsville, IL.  I learned a lot and this is one of the coolest thing I found, using clear stamps.  It made my jaw drop!  Can't believe I didn't think of it before!

Step 1-Stamp your image.

Step 2-Clean/dry the stamp.  Remove the stamp from the block and flip it over.

Step 3-Ink up the back side of the stamp, stamp off one time, and then stamp over your initial image.

Wa la!  A shadowed image!

I also did it by stamping the shadow image first, then the initial image.  How cool is that???  This was the first time I had ever heard of this technique and I wanted to share it with my StampTv friends. 

 

Did your jaw drop??..hehehe

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That is a cool idea!

That is a very cool idea thanks for sharing this with us!!

What a great idea!  Thanks for the step-by-step photos - much appreciated.

Wow, I didn't think the other side of the stamp would stick to the block. Will have to try this... thanks for sharing!

Remember when shadow stamping was 'big' around 2001?  But this is so cool, kind of a duh moment.  Great idea, you don't have to limit it to using the same stamp inside.  Think backgrounds, butterflies and flowers over top etc.  Opens up a new realm of possibilities and with 12+ inches of snow on the way, I might need something to do.  :)  Nice Winter we're having this spring!   

I think I might try this now!  I've not long been making cards so any help and tips are much needed Thanks x

Wow!  Thanks so much for the tip. 

Great idea!

Wow, this is a fabulous idea! Definitely going to try this! Thanks!

Cant't wait to give it a try!  Thanks.

We ended up getting close to 20 inches of snow.  What a mess.  I did get a snow day from work...but it was more work digging out than actually doing my real job!



Tracey Rodgers said:

12+ inches for your Area...ours calls for 10 to 25 possible inches.....

Betty McCommon said:

Remember when shadow stamping was 'big' around 2001?  But this is so cool, kind of a duh moment.  Great idea, you don't have to limit it to using the same stamp inside.  Think backgrounds, butterflies and flowers over top etc.  Opens up a new realm of possibilities and with 12+ inches of snow on the way, I might need something to do.  :)  Nice Winter we're having this spring!   

WOW! thanks heaps, a clever idea. love the photo's to see the product. thanks again

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