Using Die Cuts for Foam Stamping & Stamp Kissing


Hi readers! Happy Monday! I hope you had a fabulous weekend! We’re back with special guest Yana Smakula, and I just love her idea of really stretching her wafer thin dies from the March 2016 card kit and the Springtime Shapes by turning them into foam stamps! Be sure to read on and watch the video for more info! Happy stamping!


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Thanks for reading today, and thanks to Yana for being our guest!


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  1. I’ve seen Jennifer McGuire do this too and I think its sheer genius! I just don’t seem to own enough dies that are easily recognizable shapes :-( I tend to buy only Spellbinders and the dies for stamps that are hard to fussy cut, and use my Silhouette for basic die cuts. Will have to play around and see if I can get decent cuts on Fun Foam! Otherwise, my Spellbinder label dies are going to make boring backgrounds!

  2. Such a cool technique to use dies a stamps. I definitely have some in my collection that would be suitable. Cute glittery bunnies to boot. Thanks for the inspiration.

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