3 ways with Roses Photo Stamp

Darkroom Door - Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Hi, it's Heather Telford here today, happy to be back on the Darkroom Door blog with three ways to work with the lovely Roses Photo Stamp. The techniques are not dramatically different but each has it's own look and feel once completed. 


Instructions:
1. Begin with a piece of hot pressed watercolour paper a little larger than the Roses stamp. Using a stamp positioning tool ink the Roses stamp in Victorian Velvet distress stain and stamp it on hot pressed watercolour paper. 
2. Wipe off the stamp and ink only the centre of the roses with Aged Mahogany distress stain and stamp over the still damp roses.
3. Spritz the panel if you want more blending. Dab the panel with paper towel if it is too wet.
4. Once panel is dry stamp sentiment from Bright Blossoms Vol 1 Stamp Set on panel in black pigment ink. Emboss in clear powder. 
5. Trim panel and mat panel in black cardstock, add a b&w gingham ribbon and attach to white card base.
6. Add some ebony black nuvo crystal drops.


Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Roses Photo Stamp
Darkroom Door Bright Blossoms Vol 1 Rubber Stamps
Versafine Ink Onyx Black
Embossing powder: clear
Distress Stains: Aged Mahogany, Victorian Velvet
Nuvo crystal drops: Black ebony
B&W gingham ribbon


Instructions:
1. Begin with a piece of hot pressed watercolour paper a little larger than the Roses Photo Stamp. Emboss Roses stamp on hot pressed watercolour paper in clear powder.
2. Paint over embossing with Victorian Velvet distress stain. 
3. Add darker accents or paint over whole roses with Aged Mahogany distress stain.
4. Trim panel and wrap burgandy ribbon around.
5. Stamp sentiment from Bright Blossoms Vol 1Stamp Set  in Crimson Red versafine ink on a small rectangle of watercolour paper. Swipe inkpad round edges of panel then emboss edges and sentiment in clear powder.
6. Pop sentiment up over ribbon and attach roses panel to cream card base.


Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Roses Photo Stamp
Darkroom Door Bright Blossoms Vol 1 Rubber Stamps
Versamark ink
Embossing powder: clear
Distress Stains: Aged Mahogany, Victorian Velvet
Burgandy ribbon


Instructions:
1. Begin with a piece of hot pressed watercolour paper a little larger than the Roses stamp. Ink Roses stamp in Memento Love Letter ink. Add Memento Rhubarb stalk ink to centres of roses with a marker. Spritz lightly and stamp on hot pressed watercolour paper.
2. Using a water brush or small watercolour brush blend some of the rose petals to soften the edges and spread the colour. It isn't necessary to blend over all the stamping; some white areas help make the petals stand out.
3. Trim rose panel and swipe a versamark pad around the edges. Swipe versamark around edges of small rectangle for a sentiment and the front of a cream card base also. Stamp sentiment from Bright Blossoms Vol 2 Stamp Set in versamark on small panel. Emboss sentiment, card edges and panel edges in gold powder.
4. Add a gold cord to roses panel assemble panels on card base.


Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Roses Photo Stamp
Darkroom Door Bright Blossoms Vol 2 Rubber Stamps
Versafine Ink Onyx Black
Embossing powder: gold
Memento inks: Love Letter, Rhubarb stalk
Gold cord

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



Comments

Eloy Winterrowd commented on 07-Oct-2017 11:08 PM
Hi, just wanted to inform you that we had a great holiday at Marina de Bolnuevo in August of this year. We flew into San Javier and hired a car from the airport for the short drive to Bolnuevo. The beaches are perfect, most of them awarded the Blue Flag. The restaurents were great, with paella on the beach a delight and managed a day on the nudist beach there. Very liberating. We also visited the Big Guns, The Roman Mines and the Sand sculptures. Will be returning there again next year. Thanks for reading Tony.

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