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Learn How to Stamp on Glass with StazOn Ink

There are days when the rainy weather keeps your kids inside. It’s a good idea to have a few crafty project ideas that you can pull out from your sleeve when the boredom tries to sneak in. The best ideas don’t require too much preparation nor special tools; for this decorated glass jar you will only need a short list of things every paper crafter has in her stash.


An upcycled jam jar decorated with cat stamps using StazOn ink, filled with cotton balls.

A jar marked with masking tape, a StazOn Jet Black ink pad and an acrylic cat stamp on a stamping block.

Step 1

Remove the paper label and wash the glass jar carefully. Wrap masking tape around the jar for easy alignment of the stamped images.

A jar is stamped with a cat image using StazOn ink and a ring of masking tape to line up stamps with.

Step 2

Decorate the jar with stamped images, using StazOn ink. Use a rich amount of ink, but press the stamp gently on the glass for preventing the stamp from sliding on the glass. Should you not be happy with the result wipe away the stamped image with nail polish remover.

An upcycled jam jar decorated with cat and circle images using StazOn ink in Jet Black and Blazing Red.

Step 3

Continue stamping until the decoration is finished. Use different ink colors. In addition to regular stamps, you can use cotton swabs or various tubes for creating patterns on the jar. Once finished, remove the masking tape.

The lid of an upcycled jam jar decorated with matching cat image stamps using StazOn Jet Black ink.

Step 4

Decorate the metal lid with coordinating accents.

by Elina Stromberg

Difficulty

Beginner

Time

30 minutes

Materials Needed

Imagine
  • StāzOn – Jet Black, Blazing Red
Other
  • Glass jar with lid
  • Masking tape
  • Mama Elephant – ‘The Cat’s Meow’ Stamp Set
  • Cotton swabs, plastic tubes  for stamping texture elements


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