So here are my three beautiful seahorses - all very different, all made using the same stamp from Chocolate Baroque.
With the first one I used a technique I learned at the recent Ministry of Mixology retreat in coventry. I used 'das' air dry clay and pressed it flat then pressed my stamp into it. Whilst the clay was still soft I used a palette knife to cut away the excess then left it to dry....
This was the result in about 48 hours...
I then coloured it using distress inks and gilding wax to colour although I could have used paints!
This one was made using fusible film and fibres - I did a tutorial on this technique here.
Finally I used gold relief paste and layered it onto the stamp using a palette knife and again left it to dry. The result is a beautiful golden seahorse that will look fabulous on any card or project! This took about 36 hours to dry and is soft like a skin!
I hope this has given you some inspiration on ways to use your stamps!