Springtime #2 Butterfly Coaster With IndigoBlu Flutterby Dinkie Stamp

Let me tell you what makes my brain do a happy dance….butterflies, teals & blues and making coasters. So today’s project is a combination of all three and guess what? I’m happily dancing away with the results! 

I’m building up a lovely collection of butterfly stamps and this one from IndigoBlu does not disappoint! Each coaster you make will be slightly different than the previous, but that just adds to the handmade look – you can’t buy these in the shops. Using gesso to prime your wooden coasters will make the perfect base for you to stamp and watercolour.

Something I forgot to demonstrate in the video was adding your coloured edging – add this before you seal with spray varnish by touching the edges to your ink pad. Being very careful not to get ink on the front and back of the coaster – we just want the colour on the sides!

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Helen Xx

Materials
Plain wooden Coasters
Flutterby Dinkie Rubber Stamp – IndigoBlu (Free Delivery on orders over £25)
White Gesso – Pebeo
Black Archival Ink – Stampin’Up!
Pool Party Ink Pad – Stampin’Up!
Dapper Denim Ink Pad – Stampin’Up!
Tempting Turquoise Ink Pad – Stampin’Up!
Night of Navy Ink Pad – Stampin’Up!
Blender Pens – Stampin’Up!

Clear Varnish Spray in Matt &/or Gloss (I said clear instead of matt in the video…oops!)

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Helen

Papercraft designer & educator. My aim is to inspire and provide easy to follow tutorials - so you can create my projects with ease. You can find my projects on my website, Youtube and in papercraft magazines.

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    I have enjoyed your blog…..thank you amd good luck in your enterprise
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