Saturday, August 12, 2017

Combining Imagine supplies with the Amazing Teesha Moore stamp

A little nod to the amazing artist Teesha Moore today and her Zettiology stamps.

Making master boards is always fun and saves time later for fast, interesting projects. These snippets of a master board designed using StazOn Studio Glazes will make a great background paper for a giant refrigerator magnet, a focal point on a card or an art journal front cover. Now is the time to cut up those extra pieces of paper and turn them into something beautiful!

1.      Cut master board remnants into desired sizes. Use a large background stamp with script and stamp onto the panel. On a separate piece of Bristol paper, stamp an image of a girl with Delicata Black Shimmer ink, sprinkle on clear embossing powder. Melt powder with a heat tool.

2.      When cool, color in the image with Memento Markers and cut out.

3.      Glue the image to the panel, add word stickers, using a black marker to outline each word. Ink edges with Midnight Blue and then Celestial Copper ink. Use gel medium to attach metal wings. Glue to a card, the front cover of an art journal or attach magnets to hang on the fridge.

Supply List
Imagine Supplies
Master board created with StazOn Studio Glazes – Blue Hawaii, Emerald City and Gold
Ink- StazOn Midnight Blue; Delicata Black Shimmer and Celestial Copper
Sponge dauber- large
Memento Markers-Blue Hawaii, Dandelion, Tuxedo Black and Love Letter
Tear it! Tape

Other Supplies
Stamps – Teesha Moore Zettiology and Stampers Anonymous
Metal wings from Idea-ology
Strathmore Bristol paper
Finnabair 3D Matte Gel
Stencils by Artistcellar
Cutting tool
Heat tool

For additional step by step photos check out the Imagine blog.  Thanks for stopping by ~ hugs ~ Renee

Paper towels


  1. Your colors and composition are grrar. Love it.

  2. This is just wonderful Renee!! Ya know, I have yet to make some masterboards- I think I must! heehee
    I love Teesha's stamps as well!
    How is your summer going?
    sending hugs my friend! Jackie xx

  3. What a combination of color, images and composition, Renee! And, I love the encouraging words.