Large background stamps are to great to use to stamp a full background on something, but as they are so big, sometimes they can be a bit more difficult to stamp with. Today’s tip is a video showing you how to best stamp with these large background stamps.
Video: How to stamp large background stamps
Here is the Hardwood stamp that I used.
Yesterday I shared with you an Easter Basket and I used this Hardwood stamp to decorate the outside of the basket. Can you see the Hardwood stamp on the outside of the basket below? If you missed out on seeing the post, you may like to check it out here and learn how I made the basket.
If you would like to look for other background stamps, go to the Online Store and type in “background” in the search box and you will see a variety of them. Some are big like this. Others are smaller and require stamping a few times over the background.
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