Sweet Tooth Tuesdays – Staz On

Hello SWEETIES! Danielle Pandeline here!  It’s another Sweet Tooth Tuesday. Today, I am going to show you all the lovely mediums that Staz On Ink can stamp on!  I bet you never knew the surfaces you could stamp on.  Also, Staz On comes in several LOVELY colors to choose from. 


I love all the different techniques you can achive with stamping with Staz On. It give the card lots of texture and STYLE!  I know you wanna get INKY and try this out! 


Let’s Recap!

Keep a steady hand and stamp straight up and down. Don’t WIGGLE on acetate or it will smudge and we don’t want that. *ewe*  Keep that clear plastic cover in the ink pad or it will dry out. 

Here are a few items you can stamp on with Staz On.

  • Vellum
  • Wood Veneer
  • Acetate
  • Cork
I hope you enjoyed my video and get lots of new ideas on how to use your supplies in a new way!  

Here are a few reminders!
Don’t forget to play along in the Use What You Have Challenge! 


Just like the card in this video I Used What I Got! I dug out old Mulberry Paper (yeah, remember that stuff?), Cork Sheets, and Acetate from a package I had opened. 


TOMORROW is the BIG July Release day!  Be sure to come back to the blog tomorrow and see all the yummy goodness the Design Team has been up to.  Also, be on the look out for a coupon code. 



If you have missed the past Sweet Tooth Tuesdays check out our YouTube here.  We have techniques and great card samples for you to be inspired by. 

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Happy Stampin’
~Danielle

3 Responses to Sweet Tooth Tuesdays – Staz On

  1. eek! love it!! such a fun little tutorial about the wonders of staz-on ink!! and i LOVE that you re-used some acetate from old packaging!! score one for the planet! lol! 🙂
    love these videos!!! and that card is tooooo cute!! love it!

  2. D- says:

    Thank you so much for the tutorial. Joanns just got some DCWV 6×6 cork pads and I almost bought one but didn’t have an idea what to use it for. While watching your video some came to me. TFS.
    D~
    http://designsbydragonfly.blogspot.com

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