Cat stamp, Cats on Books, unmounted red rubber stamps
Scrapbooking, card making and mixed media stamps
Once stamped, you can cut out your design to remove the cat from the books or the flowerpot and stick it on a sofa or other.
The map shown as an example in the image gallery was made on Stone Paper. I first sprinkled powders PaperArtsy Infusions that I sprayed with water. Immediately after I sprayed isopropanol (99% alcohol), the reaction between water and alcohol is amazing, indeed water reacts by forming small droplets. In order not to lose this effect I dry quickly with a heat gun.
Don't try to dry the paper completely, as it may warp. Two minutes is enough, then absorb the excess with a paper towel, you will get a subtle result that you can stamp with the design of your choice. Here of course I used the cat-in-the-pot stamp which I inked with black Stazon ink. You absolutely must use a permanent quick drying ink, traditional Versafine type ink will never dry on Stone Paper which is a non-porous paper.
To recover my "white" cat, I used bleach on a brush, this way I can if I want to put back in color my pattern with markers or watercolors.
Keep in mind that the cat is stamped with Stazon alcohol ink, so you cannot use Copic markers that would dilute the print.
Find this tutorial on our YouTube channel
Card made by Béatrice for Katzelkraft
To be mounted on EZmount foam (sold individualy) to use on acrylic block
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