Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Die Cutting Foam

Technique Tuesday
by 
Judy Cantrell

Sunday afternoon, I made a stamp with inked tag just like the one you see here, when I got ready to take photos this evening, the only thing I found was the sequin waste ribbon. 
So,
I made another foam stamp and inked tag.  


Die Cutting Foam Tutorial 

Die cut tag using the lid portion of foam carryout box.


Photo #1:
Place the foam tag down on glass panel, tape sequin waste ribbon over tag, 



Photo #2:
Use light to medium pressure, draw around the circles to cover the entire tag. Don't punch thru foam. 


Photo #3:
Now, ink up the foam tag as if it was a real stamp and stamp on manila card stock. Ink around the edges with addition ink, see finished tag below. 

Finished tag

This is a quick tag made with bunny and grass die cuts from Silhouette digital die cutter.
 Palette Hybrid Burnt Umber ink pad was used to ink bunny.
Palette Hybrid Starry Night ink pad was used to color tag and seam binding. I was in a hurry taking photo and didn't notice until I was uploading this photo my stamped and cut out butterfly wasn't on my tag. So just imagine a cute butterfly on the tag to finish this tutorial.


Check Robyn's and Cindi's Club prices
for Starry Night ink pads, Tim's tag die :


http://ididitcreations.com/club/

Come back next week for another Technique Tuesday!

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  1. I just had some foam containers the other day! Next time I'm going to save the lid!

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