Foiling Technique #2: Toner Copy & Laminator
Foiling Technique #4: Masking Tape and Stencils

Foiling Technique #3: Stamps & Glue

Hey there!  Today we're using glue on our stamps.  A word of warning (because I made this mistake): Don't use rubber cement on the stamps!  It won't come off your stamps.  I tried a bunch of glues I had on hand and settled on Aleene's Quick Dry Tacky Glue.  Note that there are glues specifically made for transferring, like Martha Stewart's Transfer Adhesive.  I haven't tried it, but the reviews I read online are decent.

I used some new Balzer Designs stamps in the tutorial.  Have I mentioned yet that I released six cling rubber stamp sets at CHA (the Craft and Hobby Association show)?  Well, I did!!!!!  And I'll share a lot more about them as soon as they're widely available.  In the meantime, you can buy them directly from Impression Obsession (links to the two sets I used in the video are below).

Here's the technique mixing stamps and glue:


Please note: The transfer foil I used is from a company that no longer seems to be doing business.  I have provided some alternative suggestions in the supply list above.  Also the Purple Cows laminator that I used no longer seems to be manufactured.  In the supply list above I've provided a link to an alternative hot laminator.

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