Stamping with paint is so much easier when you use a Gel Press plate. Why? Because the gel plate acts at the “ink pad” and enables you to get the fine details in the stamp using paint. As a bonus, not a drop of the paint has to be wasted!
In the video you’ll see how I stamp with black and white, yes, white that actually shows up and is bright white, as I add layers to gel prints. The stamp I’m using is by Carabelle Studio. If you like rubber stamps, check them out!
But how to do you clean the stamps? I’ve got you covered! In the video, I share an easy way to get them clean.
One of the prints I worked on was made with a wood graining technique. Below is the video for how to make faux woodgrain prints using a tool from the hardware store.
Stamping on prints is a great way to add layers, especially to prints that aren’t your favorites. One of these prints I didn’t like much before the stamping, but now love love love it! So if you’re ever looking for ways to create layers, try using rubber stamps with your gel plate!
Here are the supplies used. Some of these links may be affiliate links which means I get a small percentage and it doesn’t cost you anything extra! It doesn’t cost you anything extra and you get a really good feeling knowing that you are helping keep the free tutorials coming!