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Wednesday, 4 January 2012

MAKE YOUR OWN EPOXY CLIPS

Have you ever wondered what to do with the tiny stamps in the set expect the backgrounds?In most of the stamp set only 3 to 4 main images are there and others are like fillers n really small:)Here is a simple tutorial to use them n make your own epoxy pins.

Supplies needed:
Stamps,ink pads,circle punch,blending tool,bell clips,glue n gloss.


Punch out circles in white card stock n stamps the desired designs.Distress the edges with ink pads.

Apply a thick coating of glue n gloss n allow it to dry for at least 4 hours.



Once it completely dried it becomes totally transparent n the designs will be clear.Fix it to the pin with glue gun.If you don't have stamps are feel lazy to stamp,you can directly punch out pattern papers n apply glue n gloss:).The last 2 pins in the picture is made with pattern papers.In this way you can even customize it for your projects with the same pattern paper:).



Tips:If use use card stock pattern paper you can fix it directly to the pin,if it is paper then mount it on a card stock n fix it to the pin.
Don't ever keep the pins one above the other,keep it fixed to a card stock otherwise it get sticked to each other.I have spoiled few of them like that:((

Happy crafting,

12 comments:

Kavya N said...

Wow!! Never knew you could do those!! Of to make some now for my class mates (we eighth graders love such stuff) Thanks for the tutorial!!

Kavya N
www.nkavya.blogspot.com

Prasanthi Viswanadh said...

so nice pins....love the description u gave....nice idea...

Prasanthi
http://creativecrafts-arts.blogspot.com/

Priya said...

Wao! These are looking lovely.. wht a gr8 idea! Thanks for sharing...

Mallika said...

this is fabolous

Hussena said...

wow i love this idea these epoxy pind look so lovely...thank you so much for sharing...will finally be able to use those small stamps:)

Dr Sonia S V said...

WOW WOW

Jyoti Agrawal said...

Fabulous idea. Love the after effect.

http://jyoticraftwork.blogspot.com

Khusboo said...

great idea..

hugs
khusboo

http://wwwpile-of-craft-khusboo.blogspot.com/

Emily Leiphart said...

I love this idea, Kavi! Thanks so much for showing us how to do it. They are beautiful!

Durga said...

Thats a gr8 idea, kavi...:)

Tejal said...

Great idea...thanks for such a cute idea!! will surely try to use it!

Apeksha Kothari said...

What an amazing idea!! WOWWWWW!!! Thank you soooo much for sharing :)