I was playing around with my Stampin’ Up! rubber stamp supplies recently and developed a rubber stamping technique that I call the Sliced Rock Technique. The rubber stamping technique is demonstrated in the video below.
I’m sure you’ve seen how beautiful sliced rock can be with various patterns and colors. I think the most beautiful ones have a center pattern that is repeated in the outer layers in varying colors. You can find images of sliced rock here, if interested.
Rubber Stamping Technique – Guneaux Designs Sliced Rock Technique
I call this rubber stamping technique , Unpolished Sliced Rock Technique. I used one of the floral stamps from the Stampin’ Up! Fabulous Florets StampSet for my center image. I covered the stamp with VersaMark and stamped it in the center of my piece of Watercolor Paper. I then used White Embossing Powderover the image and set it with a heat gun. Using my Aqua Painter and several blue inks, I water colored the floral pattern in layers around the center piece, the flower. Here is the card I made with a similar image.
The video (link) below demonstrates this rubber stamping technique, Guneaux Designs Unpolished Sliced Rock Technique.