Background Techniques

Learn about various background techniques when rubber stamping.

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Background Stamp

How to use background stamps. Stampin' Up

Background Techniques

Background techniques include sponging, framing and masking; in addition to faux finishes and balloon textures. Learn more by clicking the link. The Stampin' Place

Brayer - Rubber Brayer

A rubber brayer is used to create background for your stamping projects. Instructions on how to use a rubber brayer. The Stampin' Place

Brayer - Rubber Brayer

How to use a rubber brayer to create a unique background. The Stampin' Place

Brayer Techniques

Learn how and when to use the basic types of brayers for the art of stamping.

Bubble Paper

Learn how to make your own bubble paper. The Stampin' Place

Chalk Dragging

A background technique. Go Make Something

Creative Paper Textures

Bubble Texturing, Marble Texturing,Double Stick Tape, Colored Deckle Edge and more. Stampin' Place

Marbelized Background

Try this technique and turn your next background into a marble masterpiece. Ultimate Rubber Stamp Mall

Marble Paper

Make your own marble paper. The Stampin' Place

Masking - What Is Masking?

Let's say you'd like to stamp a flock of geese flying across the face of a mountain. How could you do that without having the images overlap? MASKING, that's how! Ultimate Rubber Stamp Mall

Masking Techniques

Masking is the technique of covering a stamped image so that other images may be placed partly over it without the overlapping area being visible. This technique will add depth and perspective to your art. It is a simple procedure. Learn how... The Stampin' Place

Toilet Paper Dabbing

This is a unique background technique. Go Make Something

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