Monday, October 11, 2010

Laura Liddell: How to Stamp on Lumpy Bumpy Surfaces



In this tutorial I will show you how to add stamping to your textured surfaces.


It could be any textured surface but I will be concentrating on a textured frame.
First cover the frame with Viva Terra paste.


Once dry cover with acrylic paint of your choice.


Then choose the stamps you want to use, some tissue paper and a waterproof ink.
Stamp the images onto the tissue paper.


It is a good idea to heat set the stamped images with a heat gun.


I like to tear the edges rather than having scissor sharp edges. They tend to blend into the texture better.


Apply the images with a paintbrush and some watered down PVA. About single cream consistency.


Place the images around the frame.
Apply a coat of PVA onto the frame where the image will be put. Place the image down then coat with another layer of PVA.


Keep going until you are happy with the frame.


Then you can use it in your creations.


Hope you find this useful and enjoy using the technique. Laura Liddell

17 comments:

  1. love the effect, thanks for the tutorial
    hugs

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  2. Great idea, and what a lovely frame!

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  3. Thanks, great tutorial, wondered how you got the images around the frame. Great art work:0) xx

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  4. Thanks for the great tute!
    xoxo Sioux

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  5. Very pretty frame and interesting technique.

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  6. The frame you made is so cool!

    Love Dawn xx

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  7. Wow, what an awesome technique, and I love the results! Thanks so much for sharing! ~Diane

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  8. What a great idea - your tutorial is so easy to follow. Thanks for the technique.
    Vicki B in OP NY

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  9. Thankyou for sharing. Great tutorial...
    Beautiful frame.

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  10. Great Tutorial!! Thanks for sharing!!!
    Patti

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  11. Very clever of you and I really like the look you have achieved. Happy Haunting...

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  12. Brilliant idea, Laura! Thanks for the great tutorial!

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  13. This is a wonderful technique and I can't wait to try it. Your frame is delightful!

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  14. Great tutorial, Laura, and I loooooove the artwork you've made!!

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  15. Well, I'll be!!! I will use this technique a lot!!!!
    thanks you!!!

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  16. great tutorial Laura with fab photos

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  17. Wonderful! I love it. Thanks so much for the tutorial and inspiration. Kim

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Thanks for your wonderful words!

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