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And I'm lovin' that faux wood grain on the back These are wonderful Roni!! I really love how you came up with a great solution to the back of them. It looks like real wood grain. I'm with you, I wouldn't go within a mile of a real board! Great idea with the gold leaf pen! I share your views on the Ouija boards. I so agree about the not wanting to play with the Ouija board comment! The charms looked pretty cool, tho! I like the idea of doing something on the back! Wonderful technique for the wood grain and oh my goodness, these charms are fabulous!! Love this technique for the creation of the wood grain! This comment has been removed by the author. Thanks for your thoughts and comments! With the charm swap deadline less than a month away, I am in full charm making mode. I have been having such fun creating lots of different charms and today I wanted to share a neat tip I came up with today to help make the back side of your charms almost as nice as the front! Much of the time when you get a charm made from shrink plastic the back side isn't much to look at. Sometimes you get some clever crafty stamper who stamped both sides of the charm which is totally awesome. BUT when you print an image from your ink jet printer on the shrink plastic the only way the charm is going to dry is to shrink it. So you don't have the option of flipping the shrink plastic over to stamp on the back without risking damage to the printed image. I ran into that very problem with some charms I made for the Halloween group of the swap. I had a couple really cool images I wanted to turn into charms BUT no way to really help the back sides I'm a messy crafter but I can't help it. As careful as I try to be I usually get something on the back. Well, I've been wracking my brain trying to come up with something to help the back sides of these charms and I finally figured it out I knew I wanted something wood grain because the real thing is usually made from wood so I started off by drawing a rough oval or two somewhere on the back...
Two year olds are busy bees and they want to do whatever mom is doing! I have been MIA for far too long. Year 38 has probably been the longest of my life. At 38, my dear sweet husband was diagnosed with TWO kinds of cancer. So, you can guess where much of the day-to-day worry fell. But I am thrilled to say that my sweet is now cancer-free!! But here we are at the end of the summer. School starts next week! And the high holy days are fast approaching with Rosh Hashanah starting at sunset on the 20th. Note the magnetic chalkboard door — that is a long ago project that I have been meaning to blog for a long time! As 2nd VP of our synagogue board, one of the things that comes with the holidays is new year greetings to members. I am old-school and appreciate the art of the handwritten note, so I decided to make some for myself as well another board buddy. So as you know, I am quite the rubber stamp collector. I am constantly on the hunt for new additions to my collection but the most recent one is quite the standout. It is a gorgeous pomegranate and shofar image with a handwritten Shana Tova that is so simple and elegant — perfect for a fabulous greeting card. I found the stamp on eBay but it is by Rubber Hedgehog. Lovely craftsmanship and well worth it. To get the most out of simple stamps you need good paper and good ink. In this case, I used Fabriano notecards in the folded reply card size in gorgeous raw edge Italian paper with matching envelopes. Regardless of which you choose, it is a quick way to create elegant handmade Jewish new year cards....
ONLY THE STAMP IN THE FIRST PICTURE IS INCLUDED IN THIS SALE, THE OTHERS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE IN MY SHOP. Picture of new stamps coming soon. Large Halloween stamps Ouija board rubber stamps wood mounted cling stamp unmounted OUIJA BOARD Rubber Stamp, Game Rubber Stamp, Toy Rubber Stamp, Fortune Telling Game, Board Game Fortune Teller Rubber Stamp, Halloween Stamp. New to pinkflamingo61 on Etsy: Large Halloween stamps Ouija board rubber stamps wood mounted ( USD). rubber stamp stamping supplies Large Halloween stamps Ouija board New to on Etsy: Large Halloween stamps Ouija board rubber stamps wood. Ouija Board Rubber stamp. Halloween stamp. Rubber Stamp Measures: 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches wood mounted stamp. ONLY THE STAMP IN THE FIRST PICTURE.
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