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 »

Card Box Tutorial

Hello everyone!
It’s Sue and I’m going to share a fun tutorial to make this quick and easy hostess gift.

To start, you’ll need patterned paper scraps; a sheet of coordinating cardstock (8.5 x 11 or 12 x 12); a scoring board or blade trimmer and stylus; scissors, your favourite myStamp BOX stamps; coordinating inks; punches; a…  |  read more »

Scented Embossing Powder

Hello, all!  It’s Sue again and I’m going to share a fun video tutorial with you today – how to make scented embossing powder!  I used the Symbols stamp set and created a raspberry scented “scratch & sniff” stamped image for my card.
This is a quick and easy project, and so fun to try it…  |  read more »

Faux stitching

Hi there! Today is my first post as a DT member for myStamp BOX and I’m so excited!  It’s Thursday so step-by-step day and here’s the layout I created for you:

To make the flower I first stamped several petals from the “He loves me…” set on patterend paper. Make sure the pattern on the paper isn’t too…  |  read more »

Watercolour and Faux Batik background.

This has to be one of my favourite background techniques to do and every time I do it, I get excited.
The finished effect is so cool and looks like a work of pure art.

Firstly, for this technique to work well,  I used watercolour card, the smooth kind but you can use any white card as long…  |  read more »

Shrinky dink fun

Hello My Stamp Box fans….Lynda here!  I remember being a kid and playing with Shrinky Dinks for the first time and being in awe watching the image shrink, the colors pop, and then the final little gem that I had at the end…..magic.
Well now that I have kids of my own I love finding ways…  |  read more »

Unexpected color

Happy Thursday!!!  It’s Lynda and I’m so excited to share with you one of my favorite stamping techniques….white on white…
For this technique you need to collect the following supplies:
Clear embossing ink
White/clear embossing powder
White glossy cardstock
Dye inks (pigment inks will not work with this technique)
Stamp – I am using the A Flower For you stamp set
sponges…  |  read more »

Decorating your kids’ wardrobe tutorial!

Hi everyone!
Today it’s my (Monique’s) turn to post on myStampBOX blog!!  
I want to show you a fun technique I recently used: stamping on t-shirts!! 
I think everybody has them: plain t-shirts without a single print on them. When my youngest son complained about one of them it hit me!! I would turn his boring green…  |  read more »

accordion flowers

Hello there!
Coming from the scrapbooking background first, I always look at my stamps at other ways to use them versus always stamping the true complete image. So today’s post is going to be fun.
Now I find that you can pretty much take any stamp set to create background patterns. I tend to lean towards not…  |  read more »

I Like Funky!

Today I am going to do a step-by-step card using the Funky Flower stamp set. My card is 4.5 x 5.5 inches, the standard size.  I made the card base out of a sheet of patterned paper (WRMK, 72 degrees and sunny).
Stamp the “grass”:Stamp the grass again upside down, so the flat edge of the…  |  read more »