I know we always say this, but it’s “fo’ reals” this time…the IOD Alphabellies Stamp set is officially our favorite! (As in our favorite way to embellish all the IOD letter stamps).
REALLY, WE THINK THIS IS GOING TO BE YOUR FAVORITE IOD STAMP
These unassuming, sweet little stamp adornments go like bread and butter with all your IOD letter fonts. Alphabellies and IOD alphabet stamps go together like Lucy and Ethel, like Laverne and Shirley, like Thelma and Louise!
And don’t forget, just like all our new release stamps, the Alphabellies come with perfectly cut reusable masks (which are essential to how Alphabellies work, as you’ll soon see).
This IOD clear stamp set comes as a single 12-inch by 12-inch sheet. It might be a little hard to imagine all the things you can do with them, so watch below while we show you how they work!
DIY WEDDING DECOR, MONOGRAMMED BABY SHOWER GIFTS, PERSONALIZED GOODIES BAGS, AND SO MUCH MORE!
This is just the tip of the iceberg of things you can make…
You’ll never, ever, ever again want to use a font or alphabet stamp without the IOD Alphabellies Stamp.
NOW THAT YOU’VE SEEN ALPHABELLIES, NO DOUBT YOU’RE WONDERING ABOUT ALL THE IOD ALPHABET STAMPS AND LETTER FONTS THAT GO WITH THEM.
OTHER MEDIUMS YOU CAN USE WITH THE IOD ALPHABELLIES STAMP
As with all our stamps, you can use IOD Decor Inks, decor paints such as chalk, clay or mineral-based paints, edible gel paste (think easy cookie and cake decorations), and embossing powder. For more on how to use these mediums, as well as the prep and care for your stamps, check out this “How to Use IOD Stamps” basics.
And don’t forget, in addition to furniture, you can stamp on fabric (curtains, upholstery, lampshades, tapestries), on walls, on fondant and royal icing, on plates and mugs… the better question might be, “what can’t you stamp on?”
REUSABLE MASKS FOR IOD STAMPS
With every new stamp set, you get a compatible set of washable masks that you can use on project after project.
What are masks? In craft and decor stamping, you use a mask when you want to create layers without disrupting the original stamped image. The mask covers the original image so that no impression is made on top of it when you continue to stamp in that same area. This keeps your stamped designs crisp and clear.
To learn more about the masking technique, check out this tutorial.