I am so excited to bring to you to today! She has an adorable website with such cute ideas! Here is just a sample, so make sure and head over to check out the rest!!
Jen Landis is a mother, wife, full-time advertising designer and creator of Pincurl Girls. Jen’s art reminds each girl to focus on her dreams, remain positive and true to herself. Her art offers a gentle reminder along the way that you are loved and you can do whatever you set your mind to! In her blog The Girl Behind Pincurl Girls she shares insights on her business and crafts that fill her spare time.
Jen lives in Lincoln, Ne with her husband and two children, Sofia, 3 years and Stefan 10 months.
I am very fortunate to create custom Pincurl Girl portraits for special birthdays or graduations. But if you are looking for a smaller gift, I want to show you how to personalize a print with your everyday alphabet stamps and embossing powder. Let’s get started.
Step 1: Choose the print or art work you want to customize. I have found there is the perfect amount of space on the shirt ofthese Pincurl Girls. Find the right size letter stamp to fit on the print. I have chosen a .75″ letter G, which will fit nicely on her shirt.
Step 2: Choose the color of ink and embossing powder that will match the print. I am going to use black ink with a clear embossing powder.
Step 3: Ink the stamp generously but try not to get ink on the sides of the stamp. Practice a few times on another sheet of paper to make sure you get the feel for it. On my first try, I didn’t press down hard enough and the ink isn’t as solid as I want.
Step 4: Once you get it right, press it the stamp on the print and immediately cover with embossing powder.
Step 5: Dump the excess powder back into the jar and blow away any loose powder before heating.
Step 7: Take your heat gun and give it a go.
Note: The paper might curve up from the heat but it will lay flat again after it cools.
Voilå! A personalized gift and a simple, fun art project!
I would love to see your work, send me photos of your projects to firstname.lastname@example.org