You can start stamping with very few supplies. Creative Rubber Stamping can be as simple
as making a selection from each of these basic categories: Stamps, Papers (or other surfaces), Inks, Plus. The more stamp images you have to mix and match, the more the fun multiplies. Sometimes you may want to stamp a composite image (that’s an image that is made up of more than one stamp). Let’s say you’d like to stamp a flock of geese flying across the face of a mountain. How could you do that without having the images overlap? MASKING, that’s how! . Usually, when you stamp an image, you use ink. But a very attractive two tone effect can be achieved by substituting household bleach for your ink pad. Don’t worry about your stamp, the bleach won’t harm it in any way.
Pearl Ex is a pearlescent medium used to alter color and its most dramatic effects occur when applied on dark cardstock. It comes in two forms powder and paint. The powder can be mixed with any viscous medium such as glue, gum arabic or acrylic medium (the base for any acrylic paint). Step 1. I took a 4 x 4 piece of white card stock and stamped the image of the bat with White Craft (SU) ink and dried with a heating tool.