Designer Tip: Stamping on glass can be tricky. I would recommend practicing several times and wiping off StazOn® ink with Stazon cleaner. Ink will make the stamp surface slippery and it can smudge easily when pressing down. I found that placing a small sticky note on the edge of the glass and allowing the edge of the stamp to come in contact with it helped the remaining stamp surface from slipping as easily. This unstamped edge, left after the sticky note is removed, will be covered by the frame edge.
- Watercolor Roses Stamp Set (link)
- Zen Butterflies Dazzles™ Stickers (link)
- Words Scrapbooking Dazzles™ Stickers (link)
- Red Botanica Ranunculus Flowers (link)
- Peach Botanica Ranunculus Flowers (link)
- Acetate Sheet (link)
- Glass Stain Kit (link)
- Hanging Window-Rustic (link)
- Grandma’s Roses Sequin Tin (link)
- ¾” Crepe Ribbon Set (link)
- Jet Black StazOn® Ink Pad (link)
- StazON All Purpose Cleaner Spray (link)
- 4”x6” Acrylic Block (link)
- Paint Brush #1 (link)
- Hot Glue Gun & Sticks
- Remove the glass from the frame and clean. Stampa single rose from the end of the 3 rose stamp onto scrap paper and cut out to use as a mask. Stamp a row of Watercolor Roses, using black StazOn® ink across the glass , about ¾” from the bottom edge. Let ink dry. On the opposite side of the glass use the paintbrush to paint the roses orange and red and leaves green. Let paint dry for 24 hours. (Paint butterfly from step 3 at same time)
- Place “Good Memories” Words Scrapbooking Dazzles™ Stickers on the stamped side of the glass. Glue red and peach Ranunculus flowers on the top frame edge. Cut 1 ½” lengths of ¾” wide gold crepe ribbon. Fold some in half and cut some at an angle and glue among the roses. Glue sequins as shown.
- Place a large Zen Butterfly Dazzles™ Stickers on acetate and cut out, leaving a 1/16” edge around the sticker. Paint the open areas on the sticker with red and orange paint. Let dry for 24 hours. Bend the butterfly wings and glue the body to the right of the Dazzles™ Words, as shown.