Friday, September 19, 2008

Coronado Island Designs... and stamping on glass

Here is the idea for the day. It's brought to us by Coronado Island Designs. I used this wonderful Christmas stamp set. Check them out. So how did I do it? I used embossing ink and black embossing powder. On glass? Yes. I slowly heated the glass with my heat gun before I heated the stamped embossed images. I did this because I didn't want the glasss to crack, and it didn't.
I also stamped the star on pattern paper and glued it to the outside of the frame.

So there ya go. Stamping on glass. Thank you Coronado Island Designs. Oh yes, this is the stamp set one person will win. Again I will give until 12 noon tomorow. :)






16 comments:

Windy said...

Love Coronado Island Stamps...Thanks for sharing...

Carol said...

Thanks for another great tutorial! Love the stamps!

Robin said...

Thanks for all your time on the blog these last few weeks. Really love the Christmas Stamps - thats a new company for me - have to check them out.

Lily said...

love those stamps

sandy said...

Oh, I love these stamps.

Elizabeth said...

Love the frames and stamps!! :)

Linda said...

Great idea for Christmas gifts. Thanks for sharing. Linda

leateach said...

What a wonderful idea. I love it! Thanks for the wonderful ideas :)

Peggy Severins said...

That is just so pretty, what a great idea!

Cassi said...

another great technique, charleen! the stamps are rocking, i think i'd use these to make some 3d ornaments. thanks so much for the time you put into the blog, it's very much apprecaited.

Kimmie said...

how fun. I didnt know that

Sue Vass said...

What a great idea!!!! Thanks for sharing!! these stamps ROCK!!!!

Jessica Turner said...

great christmas gift idea!!

Janet S said...

I don't know if I made it or not, but I love your stuff and would also love to win these stamps! Thanks for the chance, if I am not too late!

hf52771 said...

I've seen some really cool...really pricey picture frames with words printed on the glass...... I had no idea it could be so easy! Imagine the possibilities for personalizing these to go along with photos and giving as a gift..... ooohh..... the whels are turning now! LOL!
~Heather

Lori said...

I've got to try this!!!