Card Stamping Basics for Beginners Part 3 finishes up my series this week for those who are new to Stamping or to Stampin’ Up! It can be very overwhelming to decide what you need to purchase to get started! I hope that my series helps you, I would love to hear your comments below!
If you missed Tuesday’s Blog Post Card Stamping Basics for Beginners Part 1 click on the thumbnail below:
If you missed Thursday’s Blog Post Card Stamping Basics for Beginners Part 2 click on the thumbnail below:
Card Stamping Basics for Beginners Part 3 Video
- Choose any Photopolymer Stamp Set – I advise a set that has both images and sentiments, I chose Enjoy Life
- Pick Three Stamp Pad Colors – I used Lovely Lipstick, Call Me Clover and Pineapple Punch
- You also need a Black Ink Pad – My choice was the Tuxedo Memento Black Ink
- Note Cards and Envelopes
- Clear Block “D” or one that is suggested for the stamp set you choose if you don’t use the Enjoy Life set that I demonstrated.
When looking in the Stampin’ Up! catalog you will notice under each set suggested Clear Blocks to use. I recommend you choose the largest one if you can only purchase one to allow you to use if for all images.
On Tuesday’s video we added a few more suggested supplies:
Card Stamping Basics for Beginners Part 2:
- Paper Trimmer
- Black Cardstock cut at 2 3/4″ x 4″
- Whisper White Cardstock 2 1/2″ x 3 3/4″
- Stampin’ Scrub and Mist
- Snail Adhesive
On Today’s video we are adding a few more suggested supplies
Card Stamping Basics for Beginners Part 3:
- Bone Folder
- InColor Designer Series Paper – cut to 3 1/4″ x 4 3/4″
- Paper Piercing Mat
And on this card you would need:
- Shimmer Black Ribbon
- Mini Glue Dots
While these supplies are simply the ones I chose they cover basic tools and supplies you need when you are first getting started. I would love to hear you comments below if you found this series helpful!
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