Cathie Allan here. I just wanted to share a little of my “Christmas Stair Art” with you. I have been creating “Stair Art” with my rubber stamps for many years. I started creating these on 6X6 blocks of wood.  I would use my stamps and acrylic paint to create them and I place them in the corners of my stairs. These have always made me smile. Last year I started creating them with Superstock, which I fortify and now they are “so much faster” to create. No prepping of the wood. No waiting for sealer to dry and they look AWESOME.

I am sharing a couple of the “older, on the wooden block” ones that I made in previous years (if you look real close you can see that these were done in 1997)and the one that I created this year.  This year’s is all done with Impression Obsession Stamps, a Stampendous stamp, a pigment petal point form Clearsnap called Poinsettia and of course my Top Boss clear, ColorBox stylus and foam tips.

These are so fun to make, will make you smile as you ascend your stairs and you can change your “stair art” decor at will, from one season to another or from one celebration to another. Let your rubber stamps do more for you and create “stair art” for you and yours!!

Merry Merry everything!

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  1. These are so cute and appeal to me. How thick is the wood, and yes could you you explain the technique. How creative!

  2. You are a wizard my dear. These are so cute. I have a blue butterfly layout and card that I did in a class with you that reminds me of your elf card. It is still one of my favourites.

  3. Maryanne Blahey Reply

    I love your ideas and I love for you to show a video of your technique . I was wondering, when you said you did it on Superstock but did you glue it on woode block?

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