Hiya, today we are taking a closer look at the Tim Holtz Tonic Stamp Platform and I am showing you over 10 different techniques on how you can use your platform.
The other week we did a review on the Stamp Platform and if you want to see that then click here which will take you to that post with all the info, links and video for you. That video proved very popular and there was a lot of interest in how you could actually use the platform. So I sat down had a think, had a play and came up with over 10 techniques to share with you. So here they are in my Tim Holtz Tonic Stamp Platform Techniques video:-
As always here are some photos of the finished pieces that I stamped:
So I hope you found that helpful and I am sure there are more ideas than just these but at least I hope this gives a starting point for those of you who weren’t sure how this would be really much different to a regular stamp block. But for now hugs and have a great craft day,
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