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  • Stamp Galaxy
    Copyright 2009 Stampgalaxy Design by x3 Internet Solutions

    Original URL path: http://www.stampgalaxy.co.uk/ (2016-04-28)
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    Original URL path: http://www.stampgalaxy.co.uk/catalog/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Stamp Galaxy
    will be adding various tutorials to help you use our products just click the links below and get crafting How to Emboss Ink about it Starbook Instructions Tissue to Canvas

    Original URL path: http://www.stampgalaxy.co.uk/learn.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Stamp Galaxy
    been dreaming that one day I would have my own craft store Well that day has finally arrived and I ve just started trading on line as Stamp Galaxy offering A collection of self cling clear stamp designs made by my very own stamp slave Guy Embossing powders glitters and other sticky and pearly things Cardstock and other bits of stash I am passionate about my Company my Customers and

    Original URL path: http://www.stampgalaxy.co.uk/aboutus.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Stamp Galaxy
    is not an essential step but it does help especially if it is cardstock that has been handled quite a bit Place your stamp with the rubber side facing you the on your work area and with a light tapping motion apply ink to the surface making sure that you have coverage all over the face of the stamp Then with a gently but firm action place your stamp on the card Ensure that you apply a firm pressure all over the mount to get a good impression If it s a particularly large stamp sometimes you can press with a fist in several places It s also important that you don t use a rocking motion If you are stamping on to a slippery surface like gloss card or acetate then you will need to a little extra care to ensure that the stamp doesn t slide and therefore blur the impression Sprinkle the powder over the image Don t be afraid that you will use too much as the excess can just be collected and put back in the pot Sometimes it s a good idea to flick the back of the work to get off any other stray bits of powder that can t be removed with the brush Hold your heat gun about 1 inches from the work and as soon as you see the powder melt move the stream of air to the next portion Make sure that you don t overheat the powder as it will just go flat I am often asked by a beginner is if they can use a hairdryer and the answer is no but it is possible to use a toaster that was how we did our wedding invitations Also a DIY paint gun could be used but with

    Original URL path: http://www.stampgalaxy.co.uk/emboss.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Stamp Galaxy
    by Ranger have recently come into my hands They have a perfume but I can t say that I have noticed it staying around once stamped for too long Although they are a dye based ink non toxic by the way it is claimed by Ranger that they are embossable I haven t tried out this claim yet but I do like them recently I completed an entire gift album for Lydia s swimming teacher in one afternoon using them I really do like the lovely vintage images on the tins and the names Starry Night Season s Greetings Pumpkin Pie Hot Cocoa and Sugar Plum of the 12 colours What I most definitely DO NOT LIKE Ranger are the way the tins keep coming open at the drop of a hat please please fix this problem Other than that I can find nothing wrong with them and will be genuinely upset if the lid problem causes them to dry up Pigment Inks These are the little beauties to use for embossing projects and they are made from pigments rather than dyes and come in many guises by many manufacturers but the ones I have covered are the ones I tend to use Versamark Ink This is the one that I use the most and I carry around in my great purple Tote which when I am not on the move sits on my desk With it I can Emboss with it using coloured embossing powder where it s not important that I use a coloured ink underneath Create a watermark tone on tone image on cardstock Stamp an image behind another inked image to give a shadow effect Use it for resist technique either with or without clear embossing powder if I zap it with the heat gun first Use it with both chalks and pearly powders It s Acid free and can be used on glossy cardstock Staz on Again this is always in my Tote It s a fast drying and permanent solvent based ink and can be used on just about every surface It is acid free and fast drying but if you re quick you can emboss with it Once upon a time we could only get it in black but there is now a wide choice of colours including white the new white that comes with a blank felt pad and re inker and you need to add approximately 3 rd of the re inker to activate The only drawbacks are It does mark your stamps and Staz on cleaner is needed to get it off Sir Tim doesn t clean his stamps anyway so maybe I shouldn t worry It can be tricky to get the hang of stamping with it on a slick surface but it s not impossible and just needs a bit of practice to stop the stamp sliding around and blurring the image Versafine If you are looking for a pigment ink for fine detail especially useful for all

    Original URL path: http://www.stampgalaxy.co.uk/ink.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Stamp Galaxy
    etc to embellish Cutting instructions Card A dark 1 x 14 5cm x 30cm 5 x 14 5cm x 27cm Card B light 5 x 14 5cm x 29cm Patterned paper 5 x 14 5cm x 25cm Making up the star book Score all pieces in the middle and fold in half Stick double sided tape to the short ends of each piece of card Take the light coloured card B and stick one short edge to the next so that you have a concertina where the pages are attached at the bottom only see picture Take a dark coloured piece of card A Stick double sided tape to the short ends and attach to the inside of one of the light coloured pages Because it is smaller than the light coloured card it will not lay flat This creates the star effect of the book Do the same for all the other pieces of dark coloured card A For the cover take the 30cm piece of dark coloured card and score 1 cm either side of the middle at 14 5cm and 15 5cm to create a spine Stick 2 or 3 strips of narrow double sided tape down

    Original URL path: http://www.stampgalaxy.co.uk/star.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Stamp Galaxy
    until you have a background you are happy with Lay canvas to one side and leave to dry thoroughly What I did to achieve my background on Boys of summer I used the paler blue all over then added a little dark blue to the edges before the first colour had dried so it blended together Once this had dried I added white and then green and then again left to dry before finally adding a little more of the light blue and dark blue 3 Next we prepare the images to use on the canvas Take a piece of tissue you will have noticed tissue usually has a dull side and shiny side I usually find stamping on the shiny side and putting the dull side down onto the canvas is most effective but its really up to you which way you decide to do it Choose your stamps and ink colours and stamp a selection of images onto the tissue and leave to dry Your main image should be in the darkest colour while any background images should be in colours that blend with the background If you are using ink that needs heat set to be permanent do this now but be careful not to scorch the tissue with the heat gun Once the inks have dried tear round each stamped image close to the edges I used French script and diamonds background stamps and a collage with boys stamp for the main image I stamped in chalk inks in greens and blues for the background images and heat set with a heat gun The main image is stamped in ranger archival black 4 Decide where you are going to place your tissue images on the canvas then cover the painted canvas in a good layer of

    Original URL path: http://www.stampgalaxy.co.uk/canvas.html (2016-04-28)
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