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Stamping into Angelina
This technique was used to make the card
You need: permanent Ink
(I know Archival, Memories and StazOn work
but you'll need to test others), rubber
stamp, Angelina Fibers, parchment paper
or a non-stick teflon mat, iron.
- Lay your stamp face up
and ink it as shown to the left.
- Spread Angelina Fibers
over image, loosely. The more you put
on the more fringe you'll and the less
delicate it will look. Feel free to combine
colors. I usually add just a little extra
in the center of the image. It gives me
a thicker area to add glue or tape to
- Lay your parchement paper
or teflon mat over the fibers.
- Iron. I use high heat
and iron just enough to go once over the
whole image (usually 3-5 seconds). You
can scortch your fibers.
Extra Note: The background
for this card was created by snipping scraps
of Angelina Film and fusing it to left over
angelina fibers to make a sheet. the sheet
was then glued to card stock with The
Ultimate adhesive and allowed to dry.
and Stamping on Angelina Film (shown to
You need: Angelina Fibers
(Fantasy Fibers by art glitter also work),
2 teflon non-stick mats or 2 peices of parchment
paper, iron, rubber stamp, StazOn ink, Angelina
Angelina film doesn't need
to be fused to be stamped on but at least
one extra layer gives it a little more stiffness.
You can add some fibers between the layers
or on top, if you want some extra texture.
- Cut peices of Angelina
Film to the same size
- Place a piece of parchment
paper or a teflon non-stick mat underneath
your sheets and one on top.
- Iron on high heat for
about 3-5 seconds.
- Stamp your image using
StazOn Ink and allow the ink to dry.
- Cut the image out.
This technique was used
to create the card to the left. Instructions
for making the fringed ring behind the dragonfly
are provided below.