Stamps: My Favorite Things

Cardstock: white, black, blue white, silver

Ink:, Black Noir, white pigment, Versamark

Color pencils

Glitter glue

Pop dots


Decorative flower punches

Clear embossing powder


Step 1:

Stamp tub image onto white cardstock.  Stamp mirror portion again onto silver cardstock.  Cut out center of silver mirror, and attach to center of mirror on the white cardstock.


Step 2:

Color the images as desired.


Step 3:

Stamp front panel of blue folded card with white pigment ink.


Step 4:

Place a black panel onto the Scor-Pal and line up to the left and top fences. Score at every half inch 1/2”, Next linw up left edge with the 1/4” mark. Score at every half inch. Turn card 90 degrees and repeat. You now have a 1/4” grid.


Step 5:

Apply versamark ink over entire card and emboss with clear powder.  Repeat until you card is uniformly covered.  You have now made ¼” bathroom tiles.













Step 6:

Stamp word onto ribbon with black ink.  Wrap around the bottom of a 3 ½ x 5” tiled panel. Adhere all to the front of the blue folded card.


Step 7:

Cut out the background wall from the stamped and colored image, and discard.  Cut out  2 ½” x 3 ¾” piece of tiled background and adhere onto image to create new “tiled” bathroom wall.


Step 8: Adhere all onto silver panel, and adhere to black tiled panel with pop dots.


Step 9:

 Apply glitter glue to the bathtub and lower right side of image to create bubbles.


Step 10:

Punch out coordinating flowers and layer together to create one flower.  Glue onto ribbon. Apply rhinestone sticker to center of flower.



"Bathroom Tile Grid Card"

Our Guest Instructor is Susan Caplan

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  I have been a crafter all my life. As a child I loved nothing better than to sit down with my crayons and color. To this day, I am no different, although my tools of choice are now colored pencils and stamps.
    My creative path led me to stamping in 1996. I took classes at first and before long I was teaching. I taught and demo’d at conventions for the better part of 6 years.
    I have had the great honor of having my work published in various national magazines including; The Rubber Stamper, Somerset Studio, Stamper’s Sampler and more. I have also been a Design Team member on other newsletters.
    I am honored to be a Product Reviewer for RubberRoad Adventures on line magazine.