Stamping Fun Art Adventurer Award

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1.         What letter did God send to us?    

Memorize: Exodus 32:16 KJV 
Read Exodus 34:4 & Esther 3:10

Was there something stamped or written in the 2 above text?
2.         Find in the Bible three or more people who wrote a leter to personal friends or churches.                                  
3.         Name a few projects you can do using  rubber stamps. 
4.         What material do you need to do a rubber stamp project?
5.         Learn and demonstrate 3 to 5 stamping techniques such as Suggested below:

a.      Two step stamping
b.      Decorating with chalk
c.      Decorating with markers
d.      Using water color pencils
e.      Masking image

6.         Explain how to care for rubber stamps.
7.         Make 3 different projects to give to a friend or family members.

To remind us that God wants to stamp His character on each of our hearts and lives.   God wrote the Bible as a love letter to us.

1.         The Bible. God’s second book is nature.  
2.         In the New Testament Paul, James, 
Peter and Jude wrote letters to friends and churches. 
3.         You can use rubber stamps for art 
projects that show love, appreciation, and creativity through.
a.      Hand made greeting cards
b.      Book marks, tags, decorating 
paper,  bags to wrap gifts
c.      Scrap booking supplies
4.       Basic Materials:    
White card or different colors of 
craft cards, rubber stamps, stamp pads, Versa mark pad, stamping sponges, sponge tip applicators, Q-tips. Stamp cleaner, stamping chalks, markers, water color pencils, blender pen, glue stick or pen, double stick adhesive tape, mounting squares, glitter, punches, decorative ribbons.
5.         Stamping techniques.
a.      Two step stamping:  stamp         the base image with lighter         ink and overlay or adjoining
image with darker ink
b.      Decorating with chalk: stamp         image with a Versa mark ink         pad or whisper craft stamping 
pad then apply chalk color         using sponge tip or cotton         swab to fill in color
c.      Decorating with markers: use         different color markers to 
apply color directly to the         stamp, blow onto the ink 
image to remoisten the ink 
with your breath; before         stamping onto paper
d.      Using water color pencils:         Stamp image onto paper.         Outline a section of the         stamped image with a water         color pencil, then use a damp         brush or blend pen to move         color where desired. 
e.      Masking image: stamp image         on cardstock, stamp it again         on a piece of scratch paper.         Cut carefully around the         scratch paper image cutting         just inside the lines, this  will         be the mask. Place the mask         on top of the cardstock image         and stamp the desired image         over the mask. Remove the         mask so the new image will         “disappear” behind the first         one.
6.         Clean the stamps after each use, especially the changing colors. Use a stamp cleaner bottle with
scrubber or roll on applicator top.  A cellulose sponge works best because it does not break down. The sponge may be dampened with plain water, or add 1 or 2 drops of dish soap to the water, then blot dry with paper towel. Alcohol-free baby wipes also work well for cleaning stamps. Never soak rubber stamps in water or use oil based solvent to clean the stamps.