A Charm-ing Tutorial!

Hello, all!  Sue Sykes here today and I’m going to share a tutorial that will be fun for kids, young and old (or not-so-old, in our cases, right?)
When I opened my package from Bettina, containing the new CHA stamp set, Holiday Monkey, I was so excited to see the large Sock Monkey stamp!!  I knew…  |  read more »

No Bones About It!

Well, in this case, it’s ALL about the bones! I was delighted to play with a brand new myStampBOX set of stamps called Bottlecaps (coming soon to the store!)

I stamped the skull image from this set using Ranger Archival ink in Jet Black on white cardstock. I glued it to a Tim Holtz glass Fragment…  |  read more »

I wear my heart on my sleeve.

Being a really terrible hoarder as I’m sure most of us are, I’ve managed to hoard a huge collection of different quilting fabrics.  I no longer quilt but I do try to incorporate these fabrics into my mixed media projects and one of these projects recently was to make cuff bracelets. 

These are so easy to…  |  read more »

Stamps + chipboard = earrings

Hi everyone!
Welcome to the MyStamp BOX blog today!  I hope you are enjoying summer just as much as I do!
Today I will show you how you can make some fun jewelry with chipboard and stamps.

For this little project I used the “He loves me”-set.
First stamp the petal outline on a piece of chipboard and cut…  |  read more »

Wearable art.

I’m a huge fan of art journaling and I somehow wanted to try incorporating it into a piece of wearable art.

I adore the Border Lines stamps for their quirky look and I usually use this type of border in my art journal pages.

I came across a piece of canvas recently which was crying out for…  |  read more »

Project Day: Stamped Bracelet Bezels

I have been on quite a jewelry-making kick lately, and my post today is no different! I decided to try using a premade antique bracelet with empty bezels to fill. I filled some squares with patterned paper of my choice. For the other squares I took vintage paper from a 1940’s book and stamped the…  |  read more »