Trying something new creatively is a great way to get out of your comfort zone and and switch up your typical standard, and today for Teach Me Tuesday, design team member Nathalie Leonelli is showing us how to create custom embellishments that look like they cost a lot, using our latest Word Circle Stamp and a few simple supplies! Let’s take a look and check out her tutorial video!
Hello! It’s Nathalie, and I am here today to share a new pocket page and an easy tutorial on how to make the fun, custom epoxy embellishments that I created for it.
Supplies | March 2020 Kit, Pastel Labeled Journaling Tags, Labeled Journaling Tags, March Labels, Go See Do Acetate Die Cuts, Black Typewriter Cardstock Alphabet Stickers, Jane Alphabet Stickers – Black, Coral Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Black Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Notebook Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Teal Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Flourish 6 x 8.5 Paper Stack, Word Circle Stamp, Title Builder Vol. 4 Stamp
The inspiration for these self-made epoxy buttons came directly from the Word Circle Stamp, and I love how they add a shiny texture and depth to my page!
These are the supplies you will need for this tutorial:
Other than your Word Circle Stamp, you will need a circle punch (or metal die) measuring 5/8″, ink pads in your choice of colors and 5/8 in. clear epoxy dome stickers (I found these on Ebay!) Watch how I create these custom embellishments in my video:
Aren’t they fun? You can customize them by changing up words and colors to match your project!
If you are wondering about my page, I joined the March #30daysoflists challenge, and I am selecting some of the prompts to journal in pockets throughout the month. It’s my first time participating, and my Elle’s Studio March 2020 Kit plus stash of tags are perfect for it!
I will be giving away a few of those clear epoxy stickers on my Instagram account so if you’re interested in making some yourself, follow me at @anounceofcreativity! Happy scrapping!
Try out Nathalie’s custom embellishments yourself and share with us! Post your own embellishments on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio, or in our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group!