Watercolour Butterflies Cards

Darkroom Door - Monday, April 23, 2018

Hello, I'm Heather Telford and I have a couple of cards to share with you today made with the beautiful Butterflies Rubber Stamp Set. I piled on the colour for the first card and kept it minimal for the second. 



Instructions: 
Before I cut the stamps apart into thirteen separate butterflies I stamped the whole panel a few times, including once in versamark which I then embossed with clear powder. I taped down my watercolour paper panel and shook some prussian blue, yellow, rose red and orange brusho into the wells of a palette then added a few drops of water to each well. I painted the brusho over the embossing, dried it then repeated the process several times to build up depth of colour. After completing the painting I dropped some water over the panel, let it sit then dabbed it up with a paper towel. The result is pale odd shaped watermarks. I also splattered some white gesso over the panel to break up the background colour a bit.

 
I completed the card by popping up a blue banner with an embossed sentiment from the 'Thank you" set. 

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Butterflies Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Thank You Stamp Set
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Blue cardstock
Versamark ink
Clear embossing powder
White embossing powder
Prussian blue, yellow, rose red and orange brusho 
White gesso
Dimensional tape


Instructions: 
To create the minimal second design I once again used hot pressed watercolour paper, this time with zig clean color real brush pens. I had cut all the butterflies out by the time I made this card so I was able to line three of them up evenly with a stamping platform then ink them with  light green, cobalt blue, blue and olive green pens. I spritzed the stamps lightly so the ink would blend on the stamps.
I popped up another little embossed banner, this time featuring a stamp from the 'Happy Birthday' set. 

 
Supplies:
Darkroom Door Butterflies Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Happy Birthday Stamp Set
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Green cardstock
Versamark ink
White embossing powder
Llight green, cobalt blue, blue, olive green zig clean color real brush pens 
Dimensional tape
 
Thanks for joining me today. Do you go for the bold splashes of colour all over the first card or the clean and simple style of the second?

Heather

Cherish Today Art Journal Page

Darkroom Door - Friday, April 20, 2018

Hi there! It's Rachel Greig with you today to share an art journal page from my Dina Wakley Media journal. This spread uses one of the watercolour pages and one of the Kraft pages. I've created each page as a separate piece of artwork, but used colours that kept it consistent so they look good together as a double page spread. 



I started by scraping some white gesso onto the watercolour card stock (left side) and then painting over the top with diluted paint. The diluted paint will lightly resist the gesso. 


The two tags I used were coloured with Distress inks. The tag on the left was stamped with the Imperfection Quote Stamp and hearts from the Hearts stamp set. The tag on the right was stamped with the French Script Background Stamp before stamping two numbers from the Big Numbers stamp set. I trimmed two images from the Photo Booth collage sheets to adhere to the tags. The 'Happy Days' text is from the Art de Fleur Vol 2 stamp set. Tie some string at the top of the tags and adhere to the page as shown. This is a great way to use tags in your journals! 


The Kraft page was super easy and quick! I stamped the Vine Border Stamp several times across the top of the page using Archival Jet Black ink. The quote from Art de Fleur Vol 2 Stamp set was stamped in the bottom right corner using Distress Embossing ink and embossed in gold embossing powder. 


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Vine Border Stamp
Darkroom Door Art de Fleur Vol 2 Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Hearts Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door French Script Background Stamp
Archival Ink: Jet Black 
Distress Embossing ink
Gold Embossing Powder
White Gesso 
PhotoBooth 

I love the different surfaces in this journal - I hope this has inspired you to give it a try! 

Thanks for stopping by!

Rachel 

Postmarks Background Stamp Cards Part 2

Darkroom Door - Monday, April 16, 2018

Hi, it’s Emilia Hsu here to share some more cards featuring Postmarks Background Stamp. If you missed my first post using this stamp, you can find it here.  

When making cards, I have a habit of taking step-by-step photos. Hope you find them helpful. 

Here is a simple card with blue houses from the Carved Houses stamp set:


 
Instructions:
1. Stamp Postmarks Background Stamp onto white cardstock using Archival Sky Blue inkpad. Sponge it around the edges with a blending tool.
2. Stamp some greetings from All Occasions in line using Archival Cobalt and Cornflower Blue inkpad.
3. Stamp Carved Houses onto the background by using the same blue inkpads. Each roof is cut apart from the house for easy inking. 


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Postmarks Background Stamp
Darkroom Door All Occasions Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Carved Caravans Stamp Set
Archival Ink Pad: Sky Blue, Cobalt, Cornflower Blue

Here is a pink card with the very adorable caravan from the Carved Caravans Stamp Set:


Instructions:
1. Stamp Postmarks Background Stamp onto white cardstock using Archival Pink Peony inkpad. 
2. I found some postmarks stamps from other Darkroom Door sets and stamped them onto the background with Archival Rose Madder inkpad. Sponge the background around the edges with an blending tool.
3. Stamp the caravan from Carved Caravans and a stripe from Tribal Background Stamp on white stamping paper, cut out and adhere to the background. I separated Tribal Background Stamp into many stripes and put them in Storage Case so I could use one as a stand alone border stamp. 
4. Stamp some circles from Simply Circles and punch them out. Adhere them with foam onto the background


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Postmarks Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Carved Caravans Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Tribal Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Simply Circles Stamp Set
Archival Ink Pad: Pink Peony, Rose Madder

Here is a greeting card with the New York Vol 1 stamp set: 


Instructions:
1. Stamp Postmarks Background Stamp onto white stamping paper using Archival Peat Moss inkpad. Stamp the hand written letter from Correspondence and the postmark from New York Vol 2 on the background. Sponge it around the edges with distress inkpad. 
2. Stamp the Statue of Liberty from New York Vol 1. stamp set. Cut it out and color it with distress ink and white pen. Adhere it onto the background with foam. 
3. Make “greetings from New York” wordings from these stamp sets.
4. Sponge the cardstock and stamp Postcards Texture Stamp randomly around the edges. Mount the background panel onto it. 


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Postmarks Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Correspondence Stamp Set
Darkroom Door New York Vol 1 Stamp Set
Darkroom Door New York Vol 2 Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Postcards Texture Stamp
Archival Ink Pad: Peat Moss, Cobalt, Jet Black 

Here is a quote card with London bus


Instructions:
1. Sponge a white stamping paper with Distress Antique Linen. Fold up the Postmarks Background Stamp and use partial image as a stamp with various Distress inkpads 
2. Create a quote panel with Grid Background Stamp and Wander Quote Stamp. Tear the edges off and distress it a bit. Adhere it onto the background with foam
3. Stamp the street scene from London Vol 1. stamp set. Stamp a bus and cut it out. Adhere it onto the background with double-sided tape. 
4. Sponge the cardstock and stamp Scratches Texture Stamp randomly around the edges. Mount the background panel onto it.


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Postmarks Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Grid Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Wander Quote Stamp
Darkroom Door London Vol 1 Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Scratches Texture Stamp
Distress Ink Pads

I hope you enjoyed these ideas! Thanks so much for stopping by! 

Emilia 

Sunshine Stencil Art Journal & Gel Printing Video

Darkroom Door - Friday, April 13, 2018

Hi there! It's Rachel Greig here today sharing an art journal page using the large Sunshine Stencil. One of the things I also love to do with stencils is play around with gel printing to see what effects can be achieved with just the one stencil. I created a video of my experiments which you will see below. First, let's look at the art journal page: 



This spread was created in my Dina Wakley Media journal. If you've not seen this journal before, it has different surfaces throughout the journal which make it an interesting feature as you flip through the pages. I'm working on a canvas material on the left and watercolour paper on the right. 


I adhered two tags to the canvas side using Multi Medium. The tags were created by sponging Distress Inks and then stamping the images over the top with Archival Jet Black ink. I created custom colours of satin seam binding ribbon by colouring it with Distress Stains. 


For the watercolour page I started by scraping some Gesso over the page before adhering some old books page strips randomly over the page. Next I scraped some Cut Grass Dylusions paint in a few areas and let dry before adhering some more book pages and sheet music strips. To match the colours of the tags, I placed the Large Sunshine stencil over the page and spritzed with Dylusions Tangerine Dream Shimmer Spray. It is a richly coloured spray with lots of shimmer! You can see where the shimmer has resisted the gesso a little bit which I think gives an interesting effect as it creates different shade of colour with the shimmer spray. To finish off, I wrote in between the sun rays with a black pen. 


I also wanted to test the stencil with gel printing to see what different effects you could get by using different colours and layers of paint. It was fun to play and create these prints! You can watch the video here: 



Here are some of the prints I created with the Sunshine Stencil: 








Supplies Used: 
Darkroom Door Large Sunshine Stencil 
Darkroom Door Friendship Flowers Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Wildflowers Vol 2 Rubber Stamp Set
Distress Inks
Dina Wakley Media Paints
Dylusions Shimmer Spray: Tangerine Dream
Archival Ink Pad: Jet Black 
Dina Wakley Media Journal 
Dylusions Paint: Cut Grass
Gel printing plate

I hope this inspires you to try out some stencils in your journal and for gel printing! Thanks so much for stopping by! 

Rachel

Starry Night Stencil Art Journal Page

Darkroom Door - Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Hi there, it's Rachel Greig here today sharing an art journal page using the large Starry Night Stencil along with a variety of Darkroom Door Stamps. I'm used a double page of the cotton watercolour pages in a Dina Wakley Media journal.

 

Instructions: 
1. Cover the pages lightly with white gesso. 
2. Brayer Lime and Lemon Dina Wakley Media paint onto a circle gel plate and make several prints across the width of the pages, making them overlap at some areas. 
3. Squeeze some Sky Dina Wakley Media paint onto a palette and spritz with water to make a diluted wash. Lightly paint over the page outside of the gel printed circles. 
4. Using some of the leftover Sky paint, mix a little with Texture Paste and scrape through the large Starry Night stencil over the blue painted areas. Allow to dry. 


5. Draw around the gel printed circles with a black Scribble Stick. Use a waterbrush to blend some areas. 
6. Stamp the Lady Lace Collage Stamp onto white card stock and trim the lady image out and adhere to one of the circles as shown. 
7. Stamp two butterflies from the Butterflies stamp set with different ink pads. Trim and adhere to two more circles. 
8. Stamp the sentiments from Butterfly Script stamp sets onto white tissue paper using Archival Jet Black ink. Adhere to the remaining circles using gel medium. The tissue will virtually disappear after the gel medium has dried so it will look like you have stamped straight onto the page. 


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Starry Night Large Stencil
Darkroom Door Lady Lace Collage Stamp
Darkroom Door Butterflies Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Butterfly Script Rubber Stamp Set
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Dina Wakley Media Journal
Dina Wakley Media Paints: Lemon, Lime, Sky
Gel Medium 
Texture Paste Opaque
Dina Wakley Scribble Sticks Set 1 

Tissue paper 
Darkroom Door Spritzer Bottle 125ml

Thanks so much for stopping by! 

Postmarks Background Stamp Cards

Darkroom Door - Monday, April 09, 2018

Hi, it’s Emilia Hsu here to share some cards featuring Postmarks Background Stamp. When making cards, I have a habit of taking step-by-step photos. Hope you find them helpful. 

Here is a card with a vintage airplane



Instructions:
1. Ink Postmarks Background Stamp randomly with Oxide Broken China and Frayed Burlap inkpad and stamp onto white stamping paper. 
2. Stamp the airplane from Vintage Planes and stamp the dialog bubbles from Robot Vol1. Cut them out and adhere foam on the back. 
3. Sponge the cardstock and stamp Scratches Texture Stamp randomly around the edges. Mount the background panel onto it. Stamp the sentence “spread your wings and fly” by using Archival Jet Black inkpad. 


Stamps used: 
Darkroom Door Postmarks Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Vintage Planes Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Robot Vol 1 Rubber Stamp Set
Distress Oxide inks: Broken China, Frayed Burlap

Here is a card with a stack of suitcases from the Nomad Stamp Set: 


Instructions:
1. Firstly create your own postmark washi tape. Put the medical tape line by line on a backing paper from Cling Foam. Stamp Postmarks Background Stamp using Archival Acorn inkpad and heat set the tape with a heat gun. 
2. Tear up the tape and use them to cover the cardstock in different way. Stamp some postmarks with Archival Vermillion and sponge around the edges with distress inkpad 
3. Stamp the stack of suitcases from Nomad, cut it out and sponge it with a blending tool. Stamp and cut some wordings from Nomad. Mount these images with foam onto the cardstock. 


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Postmarks Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Nomad Rubber Stamp Set
Archival Inks: Acorn, Vermillion 

Here is a card with the Classic Cars stamp set: 


Instructions:
1. Create the background by embossing Postmarks Background Stamp with white embossing powder and apply Oxide Aged Mahogny inkpad onto it. Wipe the ink off to reveal the white image. 
2. Stamp the car from Classic Cars. To color the car, create a masking and draw some hightlights with the white crayon. Sponge the car with Distress Tumbled Glass and Weathered Wood inkpads. Cut it out and adhere it onto the background with foam.
3. Sponge the cardstock and stamp Chevron Texture Stamp randomly around the edges. Mount the background panel onto it and add some sentences from Classic Cars. 


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Postmarks Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Classic Cars Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Chevron Texture Stamp
Archival Inks: Acorn, Vermillion 
Clear Embossing Powder
Distress Oxide Inks: Aged Mahogany
Distress Inks: Tumbled Glass, Weathered Wood
White Crayon

Here is a card with the Bicycle Photo Stamp


Instructions:
1. Create the background by embossing Postmarks Background Stamp with gold embossing powder and apply Oxide Black Soot inkpad to cover it up. 
2. Stamp Bicycle Photo Stamp, sponge and distress the edges. Punch a stripe of vellum paper and adhere it to the bicycle panel. Mount the panel onto the background. 
3. Stamp Journey Word Block Stamp with Archival Potting Soil Inkpad and cut some words out. Adhere them below the bicycle panel. 


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Postmarks Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Bicycle Photo Stamp
Darkroom Door Journey Word Block Stamp
Gold Embossing Powder
Archival Inks: Jet Black, Potting Soil 

I hope you like these ideas! Thanks so much for stopping by!

Vine Garden Art Journal Video

Darkroom Door - Saturday, April 07, 2018

Hi there! It's Rachel Greig here today to share an art journal process video using the Vine Border Stamp, along with Dylusions Ink Sprays and Distress Inks. I also show the crayon resist technique. 

Here's a look at the full page: 



To see the whole process, watch the video here: 

 
Here's a few close ups of the pages: 



Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Vine Border Stamp
Darkroom Door Dreams Quote Stamp
White Crayon
Large Dylusions Journal
Archival Ink Pad: Jet Black
Mini Distress Ink Pads: Forest Moss, Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon
Mini Ink Blending Tool 
Dylusions Ink Sprays: Mushy Peas, Vanilla Custard
Non-Stick Craft Sheet
Mini Distress Ink Storage Tin 
Windsor & Newton ink

Thanks so much for stopping by! 

Using Quote Stamps for Cards and Art Journals

Darkroom Door - Thursday, April 05, 2018

Hi there! It's Rachel Greig here today sharing 4 cards and an art journal page using the new Quote Stamps! When I'm working on projects, I'll often make extra backgrounds or have left overs from experimenting with inks and other products. I keep these backgrounds to use on later projects. When I want to make some quick cards, I'll pull out my stash of these pre-made backgrounds and all I need to do is add some stamping on top. Quote stamps are great to use in this way, as they are the perfect size for a card front and look great over different styles of backgrounds! 

Here's some ideas to show you. 



I had been making backgrounds with Distress Oxide inks on tags. To make the tag fit the card, I simply tore the bottom edge and sponged the bottom edge with more ink to blend it in. I stamped the I Am Creative Quote Stamp over the top using Archival Jet Black ink. Mounted it onto some green card stock then onto a folded white card base. I added some orange splatters with a paint brush and watered down orange paint. 

Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door I Am Creative Quote Stamp
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Distress Oxide Inks: Peeled Paint, Fossilized Amber, Broken China 
Distress Mixed Media Tags
Dina Wakley Paint: Tangerine



This background was created with Mermaid Lagoon and Wilted Violet Distress Inks. Both inks were swiped onto a non-stick craft sheet and misted with water, before placing the white card stock down into the ink and moved around. Lift up the card stock and dry with a heat tool before stamping the Heart Of You Quote over the top with Archival Jet Black ink. Adhere to a white card base with foam adhesive, then add some pearl drops to the corners. 

Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Part Of You Quote Stamp
Distress Inks: Mermaid Lagoon, Wilted Violet 
Archival Ink: Jet Black 

 

This card is super simple to make and only uses the Postmarks Background Stamp and the Along The Way Quote Stamp. Both stamps were stamped onto Kraft card stock using Archival Potting Soil ink pad. Adhere the quote to black card stock and add two metal arrows to each side. Adhere over the stamped background and mount onto black card stock, then onto a folded cream card. 

Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Along The Way Quote Stamp
Darkroom Door Postmarks Background Stamp
Archival Ink: Potting Soil
Metal Arrows: American Crafts
Cardstock: Oatmeal



This card is a great stash buster card, using gel prints and embossed card stock. If I have random pieces of card stock left over, I will often use embossing folders to create patterns in them and save them for layering onto cards. It creates texture without making the background too busy, especially if you're adding a colourful background on top like I have here. 

The background was created by gel printing with with Circles stencil. If you've ever tried gel printing before, check out my video here to give you some ideas. 

The Say Yes Quote Stamp was stamped over the top using Archival Jet Black ink pad. All of the pieces were mounted onto black card stock then onto a folded white card base. 

Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Say Yes Quote Stamp
Darkroom Door Small Circles Stencil 
Archival Ink Pad: Jet Black 
Embossing Folder: Tim Holtz Sizzix Rays
Dina Wakley Media Paints 

For one last idea, here's how you can use Quote Stamps in your art journal, along with using extra painted backgrounds from your stash. 



Simply layer and collage them together in your journal to create a page! 

I hope you enjoyed these ideas! Thanks so much for stopping by today! 

Rachel

Say Yes Quote Stamp Cards

Darkroom Door - Wednesday, April 04, 2018

Hi, it’s Anneke De Clerck here today to share some projects featuring the brand new Say Yes Quote Stamp. I‘m really fond of the quote. In my opinion it’s suitable on many occasions.

Below I’m sharing a mixed media card and a card on which I used Distress Oxide Inks in rainbow colours. Thanks to the bold font style of the stamp it’s perfectly possible to stamp on top of a rather busy background. 



Instructions

1. Stamp on white tissue paper with various Darkroom Door Background Stamps using green, blue and turquoise paint. 


2. Cut small strips out of the stamped tissue paper and create a collage with those strips. Use matte medium both for adhering and sealing.

3. Brush a wash of gesso on top of the dried collage.

4. Stamp with the Grid and Postcards Background Stamp on tissue paper using Archival Ink Jet Black. Cut parts out of those prints and adhere randomly to the background.

5. Stamp with Distress Ink Twisted Citron and Mermaid Lagoon inkpads on a craft sheet. Spray water on top and put parts of the card into that puddle to add colour. Make drips as well. Repeat until you’re happy with the result.


6. Stamp randomly with parts of the Checkered Background Stamp using white paint.

7. Stamp the quote using Archival Ink Jet Black.

8. Finish the card off by stamping 3 circles with white paint.

Supplies used
Darkroom Door Say Yes Quote Stamp
Darkroom Door Checkered Background Stamp 
Darkroom Door Plaid Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Polka Dots Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Numbers Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Abstract Triangles Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Buttons Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Circles Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Grid Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Postcards Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Grunge Marks Rubber Stamps
Distress Inks: Mermaid Lagoon, Twisted Citron
Dylusions Paint: Fresh Lime, Mushy Peas, Vibrant Turquoise, and Cut Grass
Talens Amsterdam Acrylics: Titanium White, Sky Blue Light
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Matte Medium
Gesso


Instructions

1. Put the small Polka Dots stencil onto special stamping paper. Apply Distress Oxide inks through the stencil using a blending tool. Start on top with Abandoned Coral and alternate colours every 2 rows. Use a scrap of text paper to mask off the part that’s already done. 


2. Stamp the quote stamp on top using Archival Ink Jet Black.

3. Cut a banner out of special stamping paper. Stamp the word ‘happens’ using the same Distress Oxide inks as for the background. Hold stamp and banner in place using the MISTI or a similar stamping platform. Stamp in steps, ink up the letters one by one while masking off the rest with tape.

4. Attach the banner to the card using mini staples. Finish off with a black fineliner.

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Say Yes Quote Stamp
Darkroom Door Small Stencil-Polka Dots
Archival Ink: Jet Black
Distress Oxides: Abandoned Coral, Carved Pumpkin, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Broken China, Faded Jeans, Wilted Violet

Thanks for stopping by!

Anneke

Reading Together Bookshelf Layout

Darkroom Door - Monday, April 02, 2018

Hello Darkroom Door fans! Belinda Spencer here with you today to share another layout featuring the fabulous new Bookshelf Border Stamp. This is just the perfect stamp to create a funky background for photos of bookworms. Luckily both my children are bookworms like me so I have plenty of photos to keep creating layouts with this stamp. 



Instructions:
1. Crop a piece of black cardstock to 8½“ x 11¾” to form the base of the layout.

2. Crop a piece of smooth white cardstock to 8¼” x 11½”. Choose some Distress Oxides and squish the pads onto a heat resistant craft sheet. Spritz with water and then place the smooth white cardstock onto the colour. Remove (swiping it slightly through the ink) and dry with a heat gun. Repeat this process, drying after each inking, until you are happy with the result (or you have run out of ink!). Stick down on the black cardstock base.


3. Stamp a quote from the Bookworm Rubber Stamp Set over the background using one of the Distress Oxide inks that was used to create the background.

4. Use co-ordinating Distress Oxides to apply the Torn Text Background Stamp to the layout. For this technique I did not add the stamp to an acrylic block. I applied the ink to the middle section of the stamp and held the sides up with one hand while stamping over the background in a random manner.


5. Stamp the Bookshelf Border Stamp onto a separate piece of glossy white cardstock using Jet Black Archival Ink. Dry with a heat gun. Use Distress Inks to colour the books. Squish the ink pads onto the craft sheet and then pick up the colour with a soft wet paintbrush. If you have Distress Markers you could use those instead to make it easier. Allow to dry. Fussy cut and add to the layout.

6. Stamp the Open Book Frame stamp on a separate piece of smooth white cardstock using the Jet Black ink. Fussy cut. Apply the Torn Text Background Stamp over the top using a co-ordinating Distress Oxide. Ink the edges of the pages and add to the layout.

7. Stamp some stars from the Stars Rubber Stamp Set on another piece of smooth white cardstock using co-ordinating Distress Oxides. Stamp a quote from the Bookworm Rubber Stamp Set as well as the title using the Alphabet Medley Rubber Stamp Set with the Jet Black ink. Fussy cut all images and add to the layout along with the photo and any other embellishments.


Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Bookshelf Border Stamp
Darkroom Door Open Book Frame Stamp
Darkroom Door Torn Text Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Alphabet Medley Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Bookworm Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Stars Rubber Stamp Set
Archival Ink Jet Black
Distress Oxide Ink: Seedless Preserves, Spiced Marmalade, Wild Honey
Distress Ink: Aged Mahogany, Cracked Pistachio, Forest Moss, Hickory Smoke, Seedless Preserves, Wild Honey

I hope you have fun playing with this stamp and creating some layouts for the bookworm in your life.

Thanks for stopping by the blog today.

Belinda