Skip to main content

Tech Tuesday: Bleach Stamping

Yes you can stamp with bleach! The results will vary depending on the paper used.

To make your stamp pad place layers of a thicker paper towel (I like Bounty) on a plastic, glass or ceramic plate. Pour bleach, the more concentrated bleach works better. Pour enough bleach to soak the towels. Stamp as usual. You will need to replenish bleach if stamping quite a bit. Set aside to dry, no more than 30 minutes. Color will change as it dries. Practice first until you achieve the look you want.

Clean and protect your stamp with Stampin' Mist cleaner from Stampin' Up! (102394). It will moisturize after the harsh bleach.

Thank you for stopping by.



This is my personal blog, I am an independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and I am responsible for the content. Stampin' Up! does not endorse the use of the classes, services, or non-Stampin' Up! products I offer her.

Statement of the Heart

To love what we do and share what we love, as we help others enjoy creativity and worthwhile accomplishments this we make a difference!

Copy of My Rights

Copy of My Rights: All the content of this Blog (including text, photographs, and design work) is by Sandy McManus, Needs A Ribbon, Inc. You may copy my any of my art posted for your personal use as you please. Please respect the copyright laws: give credit where credit is due (to me!) and deux please do not copy anything on this website for publication and/or contest submission. Thank You! This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License