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Project

Wipe-off Stamp Art

Introduction

Want to cover windows with cobwebs on Halloween but remove them without a trace the next day? Glass cleaner completely erases stamp-pad ink from glass surfaces, so you can safely use sinister stamps -- such as bats, skeletons, and witches -- to decorate everyday glassware. A candleholder crawling with spiders is particularly creepy. Or cast an eerie glow over dinner with a stamped votive holder at each place.

Source
Martha Stewart Living, October 2002

Reviews (4)

  • davincidame 22 Oct, 2009

    There are several different types of stamp pad ink. It would be helpful to know which specific kind was used for this project.

  • anniew304 16 Oct, 2009

    I use Staz On ink pad

  • kgeorgi 2 Nov, 2008

    I actually just finished this project a few minutes ago and what I did was sponge craft paint onto a stamp pad. I wanted a more permanent finish. Then I sponged craft glue onto a scoll stamp pad and stamped the hurricane vase I was working with and sprinkled glitter so it would stick to the design. They both came out beautifully.

  • Applefritter 2 Nov, 2008

    Has anyone actually done this and gotten it to work? I've tried it and my ink just droops like it is trying to form a drip. I think my ink is too wet. Is there a certain type of ink made for stamping on windows? Any help would be greatly appreciated. I really want to get this to work!