Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Open House Projects | The Sweet Stuff

When I started reading about the Fusion Inks from FSJ, I knew one of the first projects I wanted to try was permanent stamping on a non-porous surface.  The display projects from the "Hey Honey" set, offered a perfect opportunity.  


I stamped onto my glass jar with Black Licorice Ink.  Rather than burn my fingers on hot glass, I chose to put the stamped portion of the jar into the oven on low heat (about 200 degrees F) for 20 minutes.  I let the jar cool down in the oven with the door propped open.  I can run my fingernail over the images and they haven't scratched off, and I have rubbed them with a baby wipe with no issues.


To go with the honey jar, I wrapped a loaf of bread in parchment paper, stamped with the bee image.  I added another tag that was stamped and colored.

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PS.  There's a special promotion going on in July!  If you sign up as a Fun Stampers Journey Coach between July 1st, and July 31st, you get DOUBLE the amount of stamps in your starter kit!  Retail price for all of the craft supplies in the Platinum Starter kit - including the double stamps - is around $469, and you get that all for just $199.99.  There are two other bundles to choose from as well.  Don't miss out on this great deal - check out the Coach Opportunity today! 


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2 comments:

  1. Wow, Sara! Thanks for this post. I had no idea what Fusion Ink was all about and just thinking about the possibilities with homemade jams is exciting!

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    1. Isn't that a cool feature? I was so excited to try that, because it opens up a whole world of fun giftable items. Thanks for stopping by!

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