Steampunk Inchies Rubber Stamp Set Ideas

Darkroom Door - Friday, July 31, 2015
Hello! One of the most popular styles of Darkroom Door stamps has been the 'Inchies' series, which includes Garden Inchies, Christmas Inchies, Travel Inchies, Seaside Inchies and now we have added a new set to this series called Steampunk Inchies

Teresa Abajo and Suzz Czosek have created some fantastic cards to show how these stamps can be used. 

Here are Teresa's cards:


Instructions:
Without cutting up the stamps into individual inchies, stamp the entire plate of Steampunk Inchies onto mint paper using Coffee Archival ink. Cut one 3x3 inchie arrangement and one 1 x 6 inchie arrangement for each of the cards. Mount these onto dark brown card.
For the square card, stamp the Torn Text Background stamp onto dark brown card using Aquatic Splash VersaMagic ink. Cut down to fit a 15 x 15cm kraft card and adhere. Stamp the Grid Background stamp onto mint paper with Coffee ink, sponge with Brushed Corduroy Distress ink, tear a strip and adhere to card. Add layers of corrugated cardboard and hessian, and then the mounted inchie images. Embellish with chipboard cogs and the word from the Steampunk stamp set. Spatter with Tarnished Brass Distress Stain.


Instructions:
For the long tall card, stamp the cogs and word from the Steampunk Stamp Set using Coffee ink onto a 10 x 21cm kraft card. Stamp the Grid Background stamp onto mint paper with Coffee ink and sponge with Brushed Corduroy Distress ink. Adhere to card under a scrap of corrugated cardboard. Add rows of stitching with the sewing machine in between each image, and allow the threads to hang. Adhere this to the card and embellish with chipboard cogs.

Here are Suzz's cards:


Instructions:
Stamp Steampunk Inchies using brown ink on ivory cardstock. Repeat on second panel. Cut out photobooth image. Mount image on brown cardstock. Cut out words form Art De Fleur Wordstrips. Sponge edges of word and mount on brown cardstock. Die burlap panel with spray. Layer panel of Steampunk Inchies with burlap and panel of inchies and photobooth image on top. Attach words with embellishments.  


Instructions:
Stamp panel of Steampunk Inchies using Jet Black ink on white cardstock. Cut inchies out and mount on black cardstock. Stamp sentiment from Welcome Home Rubber Stamp Set onto white cardstock. Cut panel and mount on black cardstock. Attach inchies along right side of sentiment. Attach white panel to black cardstock. Attach inchies along left side. Assemble card. 

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Steampunk Inchies Rubber Stamp Set

Darkroom Door Steampunk Rubber Stamp Set

Darkroom Door Welcome Home Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Torn Text Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Grid Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Photobooth
Darkroom Door Art De Fleur Wordstrip
Archival Ink: Coffee, Jet Black
Distress Ink: Brushed Corduroy
Distress Stain: Tarnished Brass

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Stitched Borders Rubber Stamp Set Ideas

Darkroom Door - Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Hello there! Today we are sharing lots of fabulous project ideas using the Stitched Borders Rubber Stamp Set! This stamp set has 11 stitch designs that you can use as borders or to add some faux stitching to your projects! The length of each stitched border stamp is over 6" (150cm) in length, long enough to cover a usual card front in one go. These stamps would also work well in art journals! 

Teresa Abajo has created three projects to show the different stitches:


Instructions:
Stamp the XXX and Hearts stitched borders onto white cardstock with Archival Red Geranium ink pad. Mount onto black and red cardstock, then adhere to folded white card. Stamp the large open heart from the Hearts Stamp set onto white card and trim around the outside and the inside of the heart. Adhere over stamped stitches. Stamp 'Love' from the Hearts Stamp set onto white card using Archival Red Geranium ink pad and trim around the letters. Adhere over heart to complete. 


Instructions:
Stamp the block zig zag stitched border onto white cardstock using Archival Magenta Hue, Venetian Orange and Monarch Orange Ink pads. Stamp the straight stitch stamp in between using Archival Monarch Orange ink pad. Mount onto orange tag. Stamp sentiment from Happy Birthday Stamp set and adhere to tag. Adhere flowers and leaves. Thread ribbons and twine through top of tag to complete. 


Instructions:
Stamp Roses Photo Stamp onto white cardstock using Archival Watering Can ink pad. Adhere to pink cardstock. Wrap lace and silver mesh around the stamped image. Stamp the flower Stitched Border onto white cardstock using Watering Can ink. Trim and adhere to lace. Add small silver gems to the centre of the stitched flowers to add some bling! Add word from Bright Blossoms Word strip and adhere entire panel to folded white card.  

Connie Mercer has created some beautiful cards using the Stitched Borders Stamps:


Instructions:
Stamp Sewing Spools Background stamp on white cardstock using several different colors of ink. Trim out and stamp around the edges with the straight stitch from Stitched Borders set in black ink. Stamp out the Stitched Threads Frame in black ink and trim out. Make a mask of the frame and place it over the stamped frame. Add the different Stitched Borders using different color inks. Adhere to front of card. Add buttons and sentiment. Mount on matching pattern paper.


Instructions:
Stamp French Script Texture stamp on the pattern paper in two places. Use the straight Stitched Border stamp around the front of the card. Stamp out sentiment using 'love' from Simple Sayings Stamp set and 'you' from Thank You Stamp Set and adhere to front of card. The heart embellishment is by Tim Holtz/Sizzix. Stamp half scallops from the Stitched Borders set at the bottom of the card. Stamp out x's and use them as embellishments on the card. Stamp one heart in bottom corner. 

Susie Campbell has created a soft and pretty tag using a combination of real laces with the Stitched Borders Stamps:


Instructions:
Using one of my favourite colour palettes as the starting point, I gathered together a selection of ink pads, trims, lace, leather, beads, a button and thread that all tied in well with together. I used a piece of 'Mixed Media Cardstock' by Ranger as the base and stamped a selection of trims from the 'Stitched Borders' stamp set, leaving spaces to add ribbon, lace and threads later. There is a separate panel affixed to the top section of the card which features a punched border along it's edge. The card was then embellished with the trims, leather hearts, lace, pearl stickers, thread, a dated label and button. 

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Stitched Borders Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Hearts Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Happy Birthday Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Thank You Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Simple Sayings Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Sewing Spools Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Stitched Threads Frame Stamp
Darkroom Door Roses Photo Stamp
Darkroom Door Friends Collage Stamp
Darkroom Door French Script Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Bright Blossoms Wordstrip
Ranger Archival Ink
Ranger Mixed Media Cardstock
Aquash brush
Sizzix Hearts Die
Paper: Fancy Pants
Ribbons and Lace

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Ornate Mirror Frame Stamp Ideas

Darkroom Door - Monday, July 06, 2015
Hello! Today we are sharing 4 fabulous cards using the Ornate Mirror Frame Stamp! The first two cards were created by Teresa Abajo: 


Stamp the Ornate Frame in grey ink, then cut out the centre. Adhere an image from the Sweet Treats Vol 1 Filmstrip and a word from the Sweet Treats Wordstrip. Apply Liquid Pearls to cupcake. 


Stamp the Ornate Frame in grey ink, then cut out the centre. Mask off the frame shape and stamp over the top with Scratches Background. Adhere this piece over a Prague Photochip image, then onto a piece of grey card that has been stamped with Brick Wall Background. Add a word from the Prague Wordstrip. 

Belinda shows how the Ornate Mirror looks when used with white and gold embossing powder:


Apply the Ornate Mirror Frame Stamp onto smooth white cardstock using Tim Holtz Distress Embossing Ink. Heat set with white embossing powder. Use a blending tool to apply Tattered Rose and Picked Raspberry Distress Inks over the top. Flick with water and then dry with the heat gun. Fussy cut around the edge of the frame and cut out the centre. Crop a Love Letters Photochip to fit and adhere the frame over the top. Ink the edges of the frame with Pumice Stone Distress Ink.

Apply the Woodgrain Background Stamp onto white cardstock using Watering Can Ranger Archival Ink. Dry with the heat gun. Ink the background with the Pumice Stone ink. Spray over some pink mist and flick with water. Dry again with the heat gun. Spray over a little gold mist. Add 3D foam to the back of the frame piece and add to the woodgrain background. Glue on a sprinkling of antique gold sequins.
5. Stamp a sentiment from the Hearts Rubber Stamp Set onto white cardstock using the Distress Embossing Ink. Heat set with Princess Gold Ranger Embossing Powder. Fussy cut the word and glue onto the front of the frame. 

 
Create this card like the one before, this time using the Flower Garden Background Stamp for the background and using Princess Gold Embossing Powder for the Ornate Mirror Frame Stamp. 

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Ornate Mirror Frame Stamp
Darkroom Door Woodgrain Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Flower Garden Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Scratches Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Brick Wall Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Hearts Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Love Letters Photochips
Darkroom Door Prague Photochips
Darkroom Door Sweet Treats Vol 1 Filmstrip
Darkroom Door Sweet Treats Wordstrip
Darkroom Door Prague Vol 2 Wordstrip
Ranger Archival Ink Watering Can
Ranger Embossing Powder White Super Fine Detail
Ranger Embossing Powder Princess Gold
Distress Ink: Picked Raspberry, Pumice Stone, Tattered Rose
Distress Embossing Ink
Liquid Pearls: Silver Pearl 

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Herringbone Background Stamp Ideas

Darkroom Door - Thursday, July 02, 2015
Hello! We are sharing projects created with the new Herringbone Background Stamp here on the blog today! These cards will come together quickly which means that you can easily make a bunch for different occasions or to bundle as a gift for someone special.
 
First card today by Rachel Greig shows how to use it with Hero Arts paint daubers:


Ink the stamp completely using Yellow Hero Arts paint dauber. Lightly dab onto the stamp in random areas with an orange paint dauber, then with a red paint dauber. Stamp onto white cardstock. The paints will mix together a bit and give a watercolour painterly effect. Die cut white cardstock using Sizzix Sassy Labels & Stitched Frames label die and stamp with a sentiment from the Happy Birthday Rubber Stamp Set using Vermillion Archival Ink pad. Wrap red ribbon around stamped Herringbone panel and adhere to folded red card. Add stamped label onto card with foam adhesive. 

Robyn Wood has created some great cards using the Herringbone Background Stamp:


For this card, stamp Herringbone Background onto white cardstock using Rose Madder Archival Ink. Layer with purple cardstock and attach to card front. Select a section of three horizontal images from the Art De Fleur Vol 2 Filmstrip and trim to fit across the card front. Trim a greeting from the Sweet Treats Wordstrip and ink around the edges using a marker or ink pad. Affix to card front using foam tape.


Stamp Herringbone Background onto white cardstock using Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink. Trim to suit card front and sponge around the edges with Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink. Place a strip of cardstock, then ribbon along the lower edge of the stamped image. Affix to pale green card front. Trim out an image from the Sweet Treats Montage sheet and distress the edges. I used a sanding block for a different effect. Add to card front so that the image sits at an angle and use foam tape for height. Trim a greeting from the Sweet Treats Wordstrip and add to card front.

This next card uses an embossing resist technique: 


Stamp Herringbone background onto white cardstock using Versamark ink and heat emboss with clear powder. Sponge with Squeezed Lemonade and Picked Raspberry Distress Inks using an ink blending tool. The embossing will resist the ink and give a variegated effect to the background. Wipe background with a tissue to remove any ink left on the embossed areas. Trim background panel to fit a white card front and layer with green cardstock. Stamp greeting from Bright Blossoms stamp set with Graphite Black Brilliance ink and emboss with clear powder. Trim wording closely and cut a V in the end for a flag type effect. Sponge the edges of the greeting with Squeezed Lemonade Distress ink and adhere to card front. Add a paper flower and accent with a button.

For our last card, Robyn has stamped the Herringbone Background onto a marbled backgrounds, it adds instant interest to the image.


Create a background by adding a small amount of Squeezed Lemonade, Barn Door and Ripe Persimmon Distress Paint onto a non-stick craft mat. Spritz with water to make the paint runny and drag some cardstock through the paint to create a marbled background. Allow to dry well. 

Stamp Darkroom Door Herringbone Background stamp using Archival black ink. Trim to approx. 9 x 12 cm. Create a bit of interest by cutting the bottom edge of the pattern to give a zig-zag effect. Layer onto a 13 cm square of orange card and tie with red grosgrain ribbon. Mount the piece onto a 14 cm square yellow card front. Stamp the word ‘hello’ with the Darkroom Door Scratched Alphabet stamp set using Jet Black Archival ink and trim out closely. Affix to card front so that the word just overlaps the red ribbon.

Try this: The background technique gives a wonderful, random effect. Create a bunch of backgrounds at the same time to save mess and it will mean you have a nice stack on hand for future projects. Try spritzing the paint with glittery spray ink of similar tones for a different effect.

Supplies Used: Darkroom Door Herringbone Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Happy Birthday Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Bright Blossoms Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Scratched Alphabet Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Art De Fleur Vol 2 Filmstrip
Darkroom Door Sweet Treats Montage
Darkroom Door Sweet Treats Wordstrip
Distress Paint - Squeezed Lemonade, Barn Door, Ripe Persimmon
Archival Ink: Rose Madder, Jet Black, Vermillion
Distress Ink: Squeezed Lemonade, Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade
Ranger Ink Blending Tool
Ranger Non-stick Craft Mat
Hero Arts Paint Daubers
Sizzix Sassy Labels & Stitched Frames Dies #658793
Versamark clear ink
Clear embossing powder
Tsukineko Brilliance Ink: Graphite Black

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Clocks Background Stamp Ideas

Darkroom Door - Wednesday, July 01, 2015
Hi stampers! Today we are sharing some projects using the new Clocks Background Stamp! This stamp has layers of different sized clocks that can be stamped as a complete background, or you can also punch out or trim some of the complete clocks from the artwork. Very versatile stamp! 

This first card by Rachel Greig shows how it looks stamped as a complete background:


Stamp Clocks Background Stamp onto kraft cardstock using Jet Black Archival Ink pad. Sponge around the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. Adhere to folded black card. Stamp quote from Tick Tock Rubber Stamp Set onto kraft cardstock using Jet Black Archival Ink pad. Emboss a piece of black cardstock with a script embossing folder and distress the edges with a paper distresser. Adhere the stamped quote to the embossed cardstock and mount onto card using foam adhesive. 

Connie Mercer has created a colorful card with the Clocks Background Stamp: 


Stamp the Clocks Background Stamp on white cardstock with a combination of Jet Black and Vermillion Archival inks. Stamp leaves from the Carved Leaves Rubber Stamp Set in green ink and cut it out.  Stamp the sentiment from Simple Sentiments Rubber Stamp Set and cut it out. Sponge around edges of stamped images with light brown ink. Embellish with Die-cut of clock (Tim Holtz) and clock button. Add twine and sentiment to complete! 

Robyn Wood has created a few cards to share with us today:


Stamp Clocks background onto white card using Archival Jet Black ink. Trim to suit a black card front. Sponge edges with Fired Brick Distress ink. Tie with red ribbon and mount onto card front. Stamp quote from Etched Flowers stamp set using Archival Jet Black ink and trim closely. Sponge edges with Fired Brick Distress ink and layer with black card stock. Attach to card front with foam tape.


Stamp Clocks background onto white card using Archival Jet Black ink. Draw over some areas of the background using a white crayon. Lightly spritz background with Peacock Feathers Distress Spray and allow to dry. The wax from the crayon will resist the spray ink so that some areas will remain white. Wipe lightly with a tissue to remove any residual spray from the crayon. Layer background with dark purple cardstock and mount onto card front. Stamp wording and a small car from the Vintage Automobiles set onto white cardstock using Jet Black Archival Ink. Trim and layer with dark purple cardstock. Affix wording to card front with double sided tape. Layer vintage car with a larger piece of black cardstock using foam tape, leaving room for the next step. Tear the bottom edge and affix some buttons so that they sit in a jumbled line underneath the car image. Affix a folded piece of ribbon to the upper left edge. 


Stamp Clocks background onto white card using Archival Jet Black ink. Sponge card using Squeezed Lemonade and Crushed Olive Distress Inks. Leave some areas a lighter colour for interest. Trim background to approx. 14.5 x 10.5 cm and round the corners on one of the long edges. Luckily the pattern of the background works however it is orientated so there is no right way up. Sponge edges with Soot Distress Ink. Trim out a piece of patterned paper with similar tones and an abstract pattern. Sponge with Crushed Olive Distress Ink and round the bottom corners. Trim out two images from the Prague Montage sheet and distress the edges. Affix to patterned paper piece and tie the top of the paper with some ribbon. Affix to Clocks background. Prepare a green card front measuring 15cm square by sponging edges with Crushed Olive Distress Ink. Stamp randomly along the top and bottom of the card with Mesh Texture stamp using Crushed Olive Distress Ink. Affix a strip of lace to the bottom edge of the card front and place the assembled clocks piece over the top Add a word trimmed from the Prague Vol 2 Wordstrips mounted with foam tape.

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Clocks Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Tick Tock Rubber Stamp Set

Darkroom Door Simple Sayings Rubber Stamp Set

Darkroom Door Carved Leaves Vol 1 Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Etched Flowers Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Vintage Automobiles Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Mesh Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Prague Montage
Darkroom Door Prague Vol 2 Wordstrips
Ranger Archival Ink: Jet Black, Vermillion
Ranger Distress Ink: Fired Brick, Vintage Photo, Squeezed Lemonade, Crushed Olive, Black Soot
Ranger Distress Spray Stain: Peacock Feathers
Ranger Ink Blending Tool
White Crayon

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Winter Tree Card Ideas

Darkroom Door - Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Hi stampers! It's Rachel here today to share some cards using the Winter Tree Photo Stamp!


I love the detail of the fine branches in this stamp. For this card I used Distress Sprays on Specialty Stamping Paper to give an ethereal feel to the image, it looks like sunrays are filtering through the branches. The Winter Tree was stamped over this background using Archival Jet Black ink pad. 

I've used a Size 12 Black Tag for the card, just folded in half and stamped with the Checkered Texture Stamp and lightly sprayed with metallic Distress Sprays. 


This card is really quick and easy to make! Emboss a piece of black cardstock using the Sizzix Dot Matix Embossing Folder and adhere to a folded kraft card. Stamp the Winter Tree onto kraft cardstock using Jet Black ink pad, then stamp the Sunshine Background Stamp over the top using Chrome Yellow Archival Ink Pad. Trim and adhere to card. Stamp 'Peaceful' from the Gum Trees stamp set and adhere to card to complete! 

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Winter Tree Photo Stamp
Darkroom Door Gum Trees Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Sunshine Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Checkered Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Prague Vol 2 Wordstrips
Size 12 Black Tag
Distress Spray Stains
Crinkle ribbon
Bingo Number
Sizzix Dot Matix Embossing Folder

Happy stamping! 

Peaceful Life Homestead Card

Darkroom Door - Saturday, June 13, 2015
Hi stampers! It is Anna-Karin here with you today, with a quick card using the new Homestead Photo Stamp. I love to use houses in my project and this stamp is lovely. 
 

I used one of my favourite techniques for Photo Stamps here, namely to colour it with dye inks on glossy cardstock. Stamp with Archival Jet Black ink. Colour the image using Distress Inks. It is easiest to start with the lightest shade of ink, such as Tumbled Glass for the sky and Antique Linen for the house. The lighter ink makes it easier to get a smooth application of the darker inks. Use an ink blending tool and craft nibs to colour. 
 

Use a white gel pen to add highlights to the scene, which brings it to life even more. The glossy panel was matted on watercolour paper with distressed edges. The cardbase is dry embossed Core'dinations Tim Holtz kraft-core cardstock. 

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Homestead Photo Stamp
Darkroom Door Wilderness Wordstrips
Ranger Glossy Cardstock
Core'dinations Tim Holtz Kraft-Core cardstock
Ranger Distress Ink: Tumbled Glass, Salty Ocean, Faded Jeans, Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint, Antique Linen, Frayed Burlap, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain
Ranger Archival Ink Jet Black
Sizzix Embossing Folder: Stars & Dotted Bullseye set
 
Thank you so much for stopping by today!
 
Happy stamping!
 

Fishing Escape Card

Darkroom Door - Monday, June 08, 2015
Hello stampers! It is Anna-Karin here with a card using the new Fishing Photo Stamp. This card would be perfect for someone who enjoys to fish and it is such a lovely serene scene.
 

I stamped the image with Archival Jet Black ink on smooth watercolour paper. It is important to use a waterproof ink for this technique. Smear Distress Inks on a craft sheet and mist each colour once with water. Pick up with a paint brush and watercolour the image. Leave some areas the white of the paper. Give the fisherman a shadow with dark brown ink. 
 

Distress the edges of the main panel and mount on a piece of watercolour cardstock, where the edges have also been distressed. The card base is dry embossed Core'dinations Tim Holtz Kraft-Core cardstock embossed in an Ocean Script folder from Sizzix. Cut a sentiment from Wilderness Wordstrips and ink the edges. Add some twine and the card is done. 

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Fishing Photo Stamp
Darkroom Door Wilderness Wordstrips
Ranger Archival Ink: Jet Black
Ranger Distress Ink: Tumbled Glass, Worn Lipstick, Mermaid Lagoon, Antique Linen, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain
Surfaces: Tim Holtz Core'dinations Kraft-Core cardstock; Canson Imagine Multi Technique paper
Embossing folder: Sizzix: Ocean Script
 
Thank you so much for looking!
 
Happy Stamping!
 

Water Coloured Carved Flower

Darkroom Door - Monday, March 30, 2015

Hello, Joy here today sharing a fun card I created using the Carved Flowers Stamp Set!



It really started out just having fun with water colouring and I knew that this would be a fabulous no line water colouring feature.

Instead of stamping directly onto water colour paper with one main colour and then adding layers of extra colour, I chose to colour directly to the stamp with distress markers: Picked Raspberry, Victorian Velvet and Pumice stone, spritzing the stamp with water and then stamping onto water colour paper.

I added splatters of gold mist and the addition of a sentiment from the Bright Blossoms Wordstrips.

Completing the card by die cutting around the image to give it a stitched look, adding this to a trimmed grey card and white enamel dots.


Remember to look at your stamps and see how you can extend them into something else other then just stamping.

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Carved Flowers Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Bright Blossoms Wordstrip
Distress Markers: Picked Raspberry, Victorian Velvet and Pumice Stone
Distress Spray Stain: Tarnished Brass

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Hugs

Photobooth

Darkroom Door - Monday, December 29, 2014

Hi everyone! It's Connie here today. I have a fun project for you using the Photobooth images. This is one of my truly favourite products. I find myself adding them whenever I can. This is a cute idea for a friendship gift too.

 
 
Instructions:
1. Make a hole in the middle of the star and screw a 7 Gypsies knob in. I used a ice pick to make my hole and then it was easy to screw in the star. This will act as a picture stand, so the star is standing.
2. Cut a Star out of pattern paper and add it to the center of the Star cap with a foam pop-up.
3. Glue the small ruler to the Star.
4. Decorate the center with an image from the Friends & Lovers Photobooth sheet. 
5. The sentiment comes from various Wordstrips. You could easily stamp a sentiment also.
6.  It is all glued with hot glue. The project takes less than 10 minutes to put together, once you have your supplies gathered.
 
 
Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Friends & Lovers Photobooth
Darkroom Door Wordstrips
Maya Road: Star cap, small ruler, cassette tape charm
Paper: Graphic45
Other: flower, twine.
 
Thanks for stopping by today!


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