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Just about ready now to compile some completed angels with their respective packaging. Here are the stamps I got today from the good people at Capitol Rubber Stamps.
I’ve long wanted to do more “how to” videos. It just so happens that many of the things I know “how to” do are really weird and likely useful to no one but me. Nonetheless, the video was almost as much fun to make as the brass wire rope.
Best of all, check out my super-sophisticated iPhone camera mount. A steady-cam it’s not.
Never in my years of working with Press-n-Peel Blue have I ever had such a perfect transfer (both front and back). And this was my first try using new methods and equipment. I’ll be posting my notes with additional images later on.
Now if you’ll excuse me I’m going to imbibe a rather large glass of my Father’s Day port.
I have finished the final designs on what happens to be the half way point of my “365” post challenge. I’m looking forward to giving my creativity a rest and getting into the flow of making these silly little things.