Notes and tips:
- The bicycle stamp actually comes in two pieces so that you can easily make the frame a different color than the rest of the bike. Here, I heat embossed the wheels, pedals, seat and handlebars with black embossing powder while the frame was embossed with silver.
- Tip: rub your photopolymer stamps with an eraser before using them for the first time. This will remove residue left from the manufacturing process and help you to get a nice, even layer of ink on your stamp. Otherwise you may find yourself needing to strategically place your sentiment. Or so I've heard...
- Did you catch that this set is a photopolymer set? If you are new to stamping, this means that the stamp set is completely clear, allowing for easy placement of images. That's what made it so easy to line up the bicycle pieces and put the hill, leaves and flowers exactly where I wanted them. Easy-peasy!
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P.S. Although the stamp set comes with 4 sentiments of it's own, I chose this general greeting that was part of the first My Paper Pumpkin kit. If you are not familiar with MPP, this is our monthly mailing kit program. You receive all of the supplies and instructions needed to create a project and are usually left with stamps and ink you can continue to use. Click here for information regarding My Paper Pumpkin. For a limited time, a 3 month subscription (for you or a friend) is available for only $54.95, qualifying you for Sale-a-bration rewards!
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