I recently watched a YouTube video by Messy Mansion showing how to do the lead-light technique for stamping.
Basically, the process involves stamping your design onto a white or light coloured base using a dark polish. Then you use sheer jelly polishes to colour in the design. The polishes need to be sheer enough to be able to see through to any details of the stamp, but also opaque enough to be able to see the colour. I just mixed up some jellies using some tints and plenty of suspension base.
Here is what I ended up with. It's very spring like - which is totally the opposite to the seasons here at the moment, and it also ended up very green because of the amount of foliage showing in this stamping design. I like how it looks like a water colour painting.
What do you think of this technique? I love how easy it is to do, you can be a little messy and it still looks nice and its also a lot quicker than doing reverse stamping or stamping decals.