New Eclectic Stamps

Darkroom Door - Saturday, April 01, 2017
We'd like to introduce 12 NEW Eclectic Stamps! Now available from the Darkroom Door website or your favourite stockist


Here are a few cards to show you how they can be used: 




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Coffee Lovers Cards & Giveaway

Darkroom Door - Saturday, March 25, 2017

 
Hello and happy spring (or autumn for those in the Southern Hemisphere!) all of you coffee loving cardmakers! Autumn with you today to share some inspiration with my favorite coffee stamp set, Coffee Time. As a bonus, anyone who comments on this post will be entered into a random draw to win this stamp set.  *** Giveaway now closed. Winners have been announced at the end of this blog post ***


 
Like everyone else, I have been busy creating backgrounds with the new Distress Oxide ink pads.  Here I first created an inky background with water and regular Vintage Photo Distress Ink, then dipped the panel in watered Walnut Stain Distress Oxide.  Finally, I stamped the Polka Dots texture stamp in Faded Jeans Distress Oxide over the partially wet panel and spritzed it with water, more in some areas to create seepage.  
 
 
I stamped the coffee stains with Walnut Stain Distress Oxide, spritzing the inked stamp before stamping. I gave the background flecks of water for more interest.
 
 
I stamped the coffee mug onto scrap inky paper in Sepia Archival ink.  I used a fine black pen to create some artistic interest and a white Galaxy marker to make the reflection in the coffee.  I cut the rubber apart for the word stamp "take time to smell the coffee".  Because the stamps are cling mounted, they easily fit back together to reform the phrase.  I stamped coffee repeatedly across the background and added a strip of tissue tape.
 
 
To finish I stamped a flower from the Fine Flowers Vol. 2 stamp set with Jet Black Archival ink and then watercolored it.  I used the Galaxy marker to add white to the petals. I fussy cut the flower and used foam tape to mount over the coffee cup.

 
Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Coffee Time Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Polka Dots Texture Stamp
Distress Ink: Vintage Photo 
Distress Oxide Ink: Walnut Stain, Faded Jeans 
Archival Ink: Jet Black 
White Galaxy Marker
Tissue Tape
Foam Tape
Watercolour Card
 
 
For my next card, I centered my design around the takeout cup and used a few die cuts to add dimension.
 
 
To create this background, I dipped my panel into water and regular Vintage Photo Distress Ink, then layered by dipping into puddled Fossilized Amber and Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxides. I inked my sentiment with Walnut Stain Distress Oxide, spritzing with water before stamping each time. When all of the stamping was done, I gave the panel a spritz of water to make sure the chalky look of the Oxides came through. I layered with a dyed ribbon and doily die cut.
 
 
I created a bundle with a handmade flower, a die cut label and vines with a bundle of string beneath.  

 
Here you can see the beautiful chalky background. I applied stickers over the label to for my focal sentiment.
 
 
I stamped the cup in Jet Black Archival ink onto scrap inky paper. I used the Galaxy marker to make the highlights on the cup lid. I finished the card off with splashes of watery gesso.

Supplies Used:

Darkroom Door Coffee Time Stamp Set
Distress Ink: Vintage Photo
Distress Oxide Ink: Walnut Stain , Fossilized Amber, Cracked Pistachio
Various Die Cuts
White Galaxy Marker
Sentiment Stickers
Twine
Foam Tape
Watercolour Card
 

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you are inspired to experiment with mixed media cardmaking. Remember to leave a comment on this post for a chance to win the Coffee Time stamp set. The winner will be announced on April 2nd, 2017! 


WINNERS!! Congratulations to the following 3 commenters: 


jackie P neal: Omg- I absolutely love these stamps- coffee is my drink #CoffeeLove 
Autumn did a beautiful job creating both of these cards with this stamp set! The layering and just the right amount of color added to the stamps- perfect marriage! Bravo Autumn! 
Linda KAddicted to coffee so of course I not only love these gorgeous cards but also that fabulous stamp set! Thanks so much for a chance to win this set :)
SammibugOh wow this card is stunning! The background alone is gorgeous! Now I must have these Tim Holtz distress Oxides! Can't wait for them to arrive in stores, here! Thanks for sharing and for the wonderful inspiration! Thanks, also, for the chance to win this fabulous stamp set!
If this is your name and comment, please email your mailing address to: info@darkroomdoor.com and we will send a Coffee Time Stamp Set out to you :) 
Thanks again to everyone who took the time to leave a comment! 


Hummingbirds Cards

Darkroom Door - Thursday, March 23, 2017

Hi there! Rachel Greig here today with some cards using the Hummingbirds Stamp Set


Instructions: 
1. Ink up the Hummingbird stamp with Mowed Lawn, Salty Ocean and Seedless Preserves Distress Ink. Spritz the stamp lightly with water and stamp onto smooth watercolour paper. 
2. Swipe the same inks onto a non-stick craft sheet and pick up some of the ink with a wet paint brush. Flick the ink onto the card stock to create coloured droplets. 
3. Stamp the sentiment from the Hummingbirds stamp set with Archival Jet Black ink. 
4. Stamp the script stamp several times over white card stock using Walnut Stain Distress ink. Repeat without reinking to create lighter shades of stamping. 
5. Distress the edges of both stamped pieces with a Tonic Paper Distresser. Wrap embroidery floss around the bottom of the bird image and tie at the front. Adhere panels to a folded Kraft card to complete! 


Instructions: 
1. Stamp the Hummingbird onto specialty stamping paper using Stormy Sky Distress ink and allow to dry. Over stamp with Archival Jet Black Ink, slightly off the first stamping so you create a shadow for the bird. 
2. Stamp the script stamp around the edges of the card stock using Shaded Lilac and Stormy Sky Distress Inks. Sponge around the edges with Stormy Sky Distress Ink. 
3. Adhere to black card stock, then onto a folded blue card to complete! 

Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Hummingbirds Rubber Stamp Set
Distress Inks: Stormy Sky, Shaded Lilac, Mowed Lawn, Salty Ocean, Seedless Preserves, Walnut Stain
Archival Inks: Jet Black
Tonic Paper Distresser
Watercolour Cardstock
Specialty Stamping Paper
Ink Blending Tool
Non-Stick Craft Sheet

Thanks for stopping by! 

Classic Cars Cards

Darkroom Door - Monday, March 20, 2017
Hi there! Rachel Greig with you today to share two cards using the Classic Cars Rubber Stamp Set! This is such a fun set, and each car can be coloured in with any colour your choose using many different colouring mediums and pens! For these cards I have used Distress Markers to colour them up. 


Instructions: 
1. Stamp the car onto white cardstock using Archival Jet Black ink pad. Swipe Barn Door Distress Marker onto a non-stick craft sheet and pick up the ink with a water brush to colour the car. 
2. Swipe Iced Spruce Distress Marker onto a non-stick craft sheet and pick up the ink with a water brush to colour underneath the car. 
3. Sponge around the edges of the card stock with Iced Spruce Distress ink using an ink blending tool. 
4. Stamp the sentiment onto white cardstock using Archival Jet Black ink pad and sponge around the edges with Iced Spruce Distress Ink. 
5. Stamp the Damask and French Script Texture Stamp onto a large Black tag using Brushed Pewter Distress Stain. Add some time through the hole and tie a knot. 
6. Cut a card from Tim Holtz Kraft Resist cardstock and adhere the black tag and stamped panels to the front to complete. 


Instructions: 
1. Stamp the car onto white cardstock using Archival Jet Black ink pad. Swipe Broken China Distress Marker onto a non-stick craft sheet and pick up the ink with a water brush to colour the car.  
2. Sponge around the edges of the card stock with Iced Spruce Distress ink using an ink blending tool. 
3. Stamp the sentiment onto white cardstock using Archival Jet Black ink pad and sponge around the edges with Iced Spruce Distress Ink. 
4. Stamp the Damask and French Script Texture Stamp onto a black cardstock using Brushed Pewter Distress Stain. Wrap twine around the bottom of the cardstock.  
5. Cut a card from Tim Holtz Kraft Resist cardstock and adhere the black cardstock and stamped panels to the front to complete. 

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Classic Cars Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door French Script Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Damask Texture Stamp
Archival Jet Black ink pad
Distress Markers: Barn Door, Iced Spruce, Broken China
Distress Ink Pad: Iced Spruce
Black Size 12 Tag
Tim Holtz Kraft Resist Cardstock

Thanks for stopping by today! 

Simple Sayings Vol 2 Cards

Darkroom Door - Saturday, March 18, 2017
Hi, it's Rachel Greig here and today I have two quick cards to share using the Simple Sayings Vol 2 Rubber Stamp Set. I have combined it with the Fine Butterflies and Fine Flowers Vol 2 Rubber Stamps. Here's the first card with the Fine Butterflies: 


1. Stamp the Fine Butterflies stamp onto hot press watercolour paper using Archival Jet Black ink pad. Stamp a sentiment from the Simple Sayings Vol 2 stamp set underneath with the same ink. 
2. Swipe some Wilted Violet and Mowed Lawn Distress Ink onto a non-stick craft sheet and mist with water. Pick up the ink with a small paint brush and paint the inside of the butterfly, making sure to blend where the colours meet. Allow to dry. 
3. Underline two of the words with Wilted Violet Distress ink to emphasise those words. 
4. Lightly squeeze some dots of Diamond Stickles onto the butterfly and allow to dry. 
5. Mount stamped panel onto light green cardstock and wrap matching colours of embroidery thread around the bottom and tie a bow at the front. 
6. Mount onto a folded black card to complete. 

Here's the next card with the Fine Flowers Vol 2 stamp set: 


1. Stamp the Fine Flowers Vol 2 stamp onto hot press watercolour paper using Archival Jet Black ink pad. Repeat across the cardstock to create a bunch of flowers. 
2. Swipe some Wilted Violet, Mowed Lawn and Broken China Distress Ink onto a non-stick craft sheet and mist with water. Pick up the ink with a small paint brush and paint the inside of the flowers with the Wilted Violet and Broken China, and the stems with Mowed Lawn ink. Allow to dry. Tear the bottom of the cardstock so the stems fall off the page. 
3. Stamp a sentiment from the Simple Sayings Vol 2 stamp set onto violet cardstock with Archival Jet Black ink pad. Trim the violet cardstock and the stamped flowers panel to the same width, and adhere to a folded black card to complete.  

Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Simple Sayings Vol 2 Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Fine Butterflies Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Fine Flowers Vol 2 Rubber Stamp Set
Distress Ink Pad: Wilted Violet, Broken China, Mowed Lawn
Archival Ink Pad: Jet Black
Non-stick craft sheet
Mister Bottle

Thanks for stopping by today! 

Grunge Marks Tags and Art Journal

Darkroom Door - Thursday, March 16, 2017
Hi there! It's Rachel Greig here today sharing some quick ideas using the Grunge Marks Rubber Stamp Set! This set contains 10 different mark making stamps that are so useful and versatile for creating interesting backgrounds and patterns in your artwork! 



One of the things I love about stamping is the way you can add layer after layer of different stamps to build up backgrounds and create interesting effects in your art work. You can see the journal page above shows how I have used different coloured inks to stamp the various Grunge Marks stamps to create an interesting background. 

I've done the same for the tags here:


The tags are now ready for a quote or other stamped images on top. Or just leave as is and add them into your collage artwork! 

You can also create borders by repeating the stamps to cover the full length of your journals and cards: 


And you can never have too much fun just playing around and building up layers of stamping like this: 


Supplies Used: 
Darkroom Door Grunge Marks Rubber Stamp Set
Distress Heavy Weight Tags
Dylusions Paint
Dina Wakley Media Paint

Thanks for stopping by today! 

Butterfly Garden Border Stamp Cards

Darkroom Door - Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Hi, my name is Heather Telford and I am happy to be sharing some butterfly themed cards with you today. I used the Butterfly Garden Border Stamp to create two emboss resist cards. The stamp is a long one designed with journals and scrapbook pages in mind but it works beautifully for cards too.


For both of today's cards I started by stamping on hot pressed watercolour paper with versafine onyx black ink then embossed in clear powder. On the warm autumn toned card I stamped the butterfly border stamp again but this time offset to the right and lower in spiced marmalade distress ink. I then used several distress stains to paint colour over the whole panel. Most of the painting is abstract but I did apply darker colour inside the embossed butterflies to make them a little more prominent. Once the panel was dry I splattered some water droplets here and there and trimmed the panel to fit an A2 card. I matted with black and rust cardstock then wrapped some gold cord around the panel before attaching it to a natural card base next to a tiny happy birthday sentiment.

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Butterfly Garden Border Stamp
Darkroom Door Happy Birthday Rubber Stamp set
Versafine onyx black ink
Clear Embossing Powder
Spiced Marmalade distress ink
Distress Stains: Spiced Marmalade, Barn Door, Rusty Hinge, Scattered Straw, Aged Mahogany
Gold cord
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Natural, black and rust cardstock


My plan for the second card was always to slice it up into panels. It's a big stamp so to use most of it on a card I had to work out a layout to make that happen. The card is quite wide and fits in a business envelope. Once again I started with the image stamped in black and embossed in clear on watercolour paper. I taped down the panel to keep it from warping then painted distress stains over the whole area tipping and tilting the panel to let colour spread around the embossing. I used a fine paintbrush to fill a couple of the butterflies. When the panel dried I splattered some stain over it so I would have some pink, blue and green droplets here and there. I used dies to cut squares from the panel and from a piece of textured green cardstock then attached them to the wide natural coloured card base.

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Butterfly Garden Border Stamp
Versafine onyx black ink
Clear Embossing Powder
Distress Stains: Broken China, Seedless Preserves, Salty Ocean, Peeled Paint
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Natural and green cardstock

Thanks so much for stopping by today! 

Alphabet Texture Stamp Cards

Darkroom Door - Wednesday, March 08, 2017
Hi, it’s Anneke de Clerck here. Today I have two cards to share that I’ve made with the new Alphabet Texture Stamp. I’m a big fan of the Darkroom Door Texture Stamps. I use them often on my cards, in my art journals and on my mixed media projects. Stamping with texture stamps is a simple way to add interest to a project.


Instructions
1. Paint a card panel as shown with pink, orange, yellow and magenta paint using a flat brush. Make sure to leave some white space.
2. Overstamp the painted background randomly with the Alphabet Texture stamp using light blue paint.
3. Attach a strip of blank paper tape to a non sticky surface and overstamp with the Alphabet Texture Stamp using violet paint. Let dry and add pieces of torn tape to the card.
4. Stamp the tulip twice on white paper, cut out and glue to the card. Stamp the wish straight onto the card.
5. Finish the card off with a button.


Here's another card:


Instructions
1. Apply green paint to the top of a card panel, spray water on top and let the paint drip. Repeat this step using yellow, pink, orange and light blue paint. Dry with a heat gun in between steps. 
2. Load the Alphabet Texture Stamp with several colors of paint using your fingers and stamp randomly.
3. Attach a strip of blank paper tape to a non sticky surface and overstamp with the Alphabet Texture Stamp using Archival Ink Jet Black. Adhere the strip to the bottom of the card
4. Create marks by stamping with a lid and white paint and by scribbling with a black pen.
5. Stamp the Daisy on a scrap of paper, cut out and glue to the card.
6. Finish the card off with embroidery thread and buttons. 


Supplies
Darkroom Door Alphabet Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Full Bloom Vol 1 Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Simple Sayings Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Daisy Eclectic Stamp 
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Talens Amsterdam Acrylic Paint: Persian Rose, Sky Blue Light, Primary Yellow, Azo Orange, 
Golden Fluid Acrylics: Quinacridone Magenta, Permanent Violet Dark
Dylusions Paint: Fresh Lime
Dina Wakley Media: paper tape

Thanks for looking!

Anneke

Triangles Texture Stamp Projects

Darkroom Door - Monday, March 06, 2017
Hi, it's Belinda Spencer here today to share my projects featuring the fabulous new Triangles Texture Stamp. I have created both a watercolour effect card as well as a funky art journal stamp with this stamp.


Instructions:
1. Cut a piece of white cardstock 14.5cm x 22cm and fold in half to form the card base.
2. Cut a piece of smooth white cardstock to 10.5cm x 14cm. Apply Distress Inks in Scattered Straw, Twisted Citron and Wild Honey to the stamp. Spritz with water and apply to this piece of cardstock. Ink the edges with the Twisted Citron ink. Stick down on the card base.
3. Cut another piece of white cardstock measuring 9cm x 12cm. Using the same technique as step 2 with the Triangles Texture Stamp, apply the stamp to this piece. Squish the three ink pads onto an acrylic stamping block or heat resistant craft sheet making sure they don't touch (or do one colour at a time). Spritz the ink with water and use a wet paintbrush to flick the colours over the surface of this piece. Dry with a heat gun. Ink the edges with the Twisted Citron ink. Stick down on the card front. Draw a rough border around the edge of this piece using a co-ordinating gel pen.


4. Use these same ink colours on the pineapple stamp from the Tropical Fruit Rubber Stamp Set. Spritz with water and stamp on an extra piece of smooth white cardstock. Dry with a heat gun. Flick the colours over the
surface of the pineapple image as per step 3. Dry again with the heat gun. Add 3D foam to the back of the pineapple.
5. Add some strands of embroidery thread to the front of the card in co-ordinating colours. Add the pineapple on top using the 3D foam to hold the thread in place. Add tiny drops of glue to hold the thread in place where you need to.
6. Apply the Twisted Citron ink to one of the flags on the Bunting Border Stamp. Spritz with water and stamp on a piece of smooth white cardstock. Flick the three inks over the surface. Cut out and add to the pineapple using 3D foam.
7. Stamp the 'Yay!' sentiment from the Brushed Sentiments Rubber Stamp Set using the Wild Honey ink. Fussy cut and add to the flag using 3D foam.


Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Triangles Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Triangles Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Bunting Border Stamp
Darkroom Door Tropical Fruit Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Brushed Sentiments Rubber Stamp Set
Distress Ink: Scattered Straw, Twisted Citron, Wild Honey
Kaisercraft Gel Pen
Embroidery thread


1. Apply some Dylusions paints of your choice to the art journal page. Here I have used Fresh Lime, Funky Fuschia and Vibrant Turquoise applied with a palette knife.
2. Once the paint is dry, add some heavy white gesso in places using a palette knife also. Don't cover all of the paint though as you want to see some of that lovely colour peeking through. Allow to dry or speed things up with a heat gun.
3. Apply the Triangles Texture Stamp to the page in various places using a neon ink pad such as Hero Arts Neon Ombre Ink. Next apply the stamp again in various places using Jet Black Archival Ink. Allow to dry.


4. Apply the VW Beetle, quote and various stamps from the Simply Circles Stamp Set onto book paper using the Jet Black ink. Add a droplet or two of Cracked Pistachio Distress Ink re-inker to an acrylic stamp block. Add a little water to dilute. Use a soft, wet paintbrush to paint the beetle with this ink as well as highlight the word 'adventure' on the quote (or the key word in whatever quote you use). Dry with a heat gun before tearing around the edges of these pieces. Add to the art journal page using a gel medium or matte medium. 


5. Use Distress Crayons to add some colour around the edges of the page. Blend the colours with a wet paintbrush. Dry with a heat gun.
6. Once the page is dry, add a little more gesso with a palette knife to blend the edges of the images and tie everything in together. Apply the 'adventure' word from the Steampunk Rubber Stamp Set using the Jet Black ink over the page. Draw a border around the page using a black journal pen. Highlight some of the stamped triangles by drawing around them with a white pen.


Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Triangles Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Adventure Quote Stamp
Darkroom Door VW Beetle Photo Stamp
Darkroom Door Steampunk Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Simply Circles Rubber Stamp Set
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Dylusions Paint: Fresh Lime, Funky Fuschia, Vibrant Turquoise
Distress Crayons: Mermaid Lagoon, Peacock Feathers, Twisted Citron
Distress Ink Re-inker Cracked Pistachio
Gesso
White Posca pen
Hero Arts Neon Ombre Ink

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today! I hope you have been inspired by my projects using the Triangles Texture Stamp.

Cheers

Belinda

Corrugated Iron Texture Stamp Cards

Darkroom Door - Saturday, March 04, 2017

Hi, Connie Mercer here with three different cards using the new Corrugated Iron Texture Stamp


Instructions:
1. On white cardstock spray London Blue Dylusions ink on one side and Postbox Red on several different spots on the other side of the cardstock. 
2. Using the Corrugated Iron Texture stamp and the inked & sprayed cardstock, stamp over the sprayed ink using Jet Black Archival ink. Stamp several times depending on the size of the card front. I stamped four times making a rectangle.
3. Cut a section out and that will be the card front.
4. Mat on black cardstock.
5. Still using the cardstock that you inked and sprayed on, stamp three stars using the Stars stamp set.
6. Stamp one large star using Red Geranium Archival Ink, and the other two with Jet black. Trim out the stars.
7. Stamp the words "follow your dreams" from the New York Vol 1 Stamp Set, on scrap cardstock that is left over from the sprayed and inked pieces.
8. Mat the words in black cardstock.
9. Position the stars on the card front and adhere using dimensional adhesive.
10. Adhere the words in the middle of the stars.
11. Wrap twine around the words and tie off.
12. Add pearls to card front.
13. Splat with White Linen Dylusions ink spray. Take the lid off and hit the spray tube to add splats to the card front.

Supply List:
Darkroom Door Corrugated Iron Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Stars Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door New York 1 Rubber Stamp Set
Archival ink: Red Geranium, Jet Black.
Dylusions Ink Spray: London Blue, Postbox Red, White Linen.
Divine Twine
Pearls


Instructions:
1. Add a piece of white cardstock to a white card, creating a card front.
2. Using Ranger Distress Stains: Fossilized Amber and Lucky Clover, spray over the card front. Drips and splats are all good.
3. Ink up the Corrugated Iron Texture Stamp with Archival Jet Black and stamp the image in the center of the card front. The stamp moved and smeared, but the smear added to the charm, so it stayed.
4. Stamp two birds (lots to choose from) from the Carved Birds Vol.2 stamp set on the card front, using Archival Jet Black.
5. Using a scrap piece of white cardstock mist with the Fossilized Amber Distress Stain.
6. Stamp the word "friendship" from the All Occasions stamp set and trim it out.
7. Adhere under the birds with dimensional adhesive.
8. Wrap twine around the word and tie off.
9. Roll up the bottom corners of the stamped card front.
10. Add a vintage photo corner to top right corner.

Supply List:
Darkroom Door Corrugated Iron Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Carved Birds Vol.2 Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door All Occasions Rubber Stamp Set
Archival ink: Jet Black.
Distress Spray Stain: Fossilized Amber, Lucky Clover.
Twine
Vintage corner


Instructions:
1. On a scrap piece of white cardstock spray it with Dylusions Postbox Red Ink Spray. If it drips or puddles, great!
2. Using the Corrugated Iron Texture Stamp and Archival Jet Black, stamp in the middle or side of the sprayed cardstock. 
3. Mount that piece on black cardstock.
4. Adhere the black cardstock to a white card, creating a card front.
5. Using the scrap pieces from the sprayed cardstock, stamp heart shapes, using Archival Red Geranium and Rose Madder inks. Stamp 5 or 6 depending on how full and layered you want the card to look.
6. Stamp the word "love" from the Hearts Stamp Set on the left over scrap cardstock and trim the word out.
7. Layer the hearts at the bottom of the card front. Add dimensional adhesive to some of them.
8. Wrap twine around one of the hearts and tie off.
9. Splat the card front with Dylusions White Linen Ink Spray. Remove the lid and tap on the tube to get the splats.
10. Add a vintage white corner to right top and roll the left top corner of the card front.

Supply List:
Darkroom Door Corrugated Iron Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Hearts Rubber Stamp Set
Archival: Jet Black, Red Geranium, Rose Madder.
Dylusions Ink Spray: Postbox Red, White Linen.
Divine Twine

Thanks for stopping by!
Connie Mercer


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