Oh my gosh, yours turned out so beautifully. Never thought of using negative stamps.
These turned out really well. They will dress up the wine glasses so nicely. Thank you for sharing.
Oh, beautiful! I especially love the ones with the solid BG colour. A wonderful set.
These are awesome. I like each one and your choice of stamps. These will be fun to use!
great idea they look Great!
These turned out great, Daria. I really like this idea! TFS
Project - WSW14 -- Uncorked Challenge -- Wine Glass Charms
posted 06/20/14 at 07:26 PM
These are for iring's Uncorked Challenge: http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/mb.asp?cmd=display&forum_id=22&thread_id=3285149. [twopeasinabucket.com] Thank you, Cindi. I wouldn't have made these if I hadn't seen your cute Christmas charms. Mine are a bit rustic looking. It was the first time I'd used the Dremel to drill a hole, and it kind of got away from me. Also, my knife probably wasn't as sharp as yours so these are uneven. That doesn't bother me. I like the look.
One wine cork (I could have made two or three more charms if I'd had a sharp knife. I evened them up with a kraft knife. Now that was really sharp.)
Kodomo, Inc. stamps
Tombow Markers (Direct-to-Rubber Technique)
Winsor & Newton Artist's Workable Fixative (Go outside to spray this.)
Bead Landing 10mm Jump Rings (from Michael's)
Bead Landing Hoop Earrings (from Michael's)
When stamping on the cork, I put the inked stamp on the table ink side up and pressed the cork to the stamp. I was surprised at how easy it was to get a good image.
I put some Inkssentials Matte Accents on a practice piece, and it made the ink run so I used the Workable Fixative. I wonder if I can go back now and use the Matte Accents. I like the look of the raw cork, but I don't want them to be ruined as soon as someone spills some wine or eggnog.
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