Hi there! We have recently released a new series of stamps called Abstract Stamps! As the name suggests, these stamp designs are abstract in style so they can be used to add layers, borders or any extra element to your projects without being a specific subject matter. They are fabulous for gel printing, creating texture in thick embossing powders and clay, or simply used as stamps for your card and art journals.
We have released 4 new ones and today we’d like to share some card ideas using the Abstract 04 Stamp:
Here are some great project ideas from Belinda Spencer:
On this card, Belinda has used the Abstract 04 Stamp as a strong element in the background. It really makes an impact on the card!
Belinda has used a monochrome palette on this scrapbook page with the Abstract 04 Stamp used to add some texture to the background. Simply stunning!!
For this art journal page, Belinda created a collaged and painted background, and stamped the Abstract 04 Stamp on top. It created the perfect base for the Gum Trees Stamps to sit on top.
To read more about Belinda’s projects, visit her blog here.
Next we have some wonderful projects by Connie Mercer.
Connie’s inspiration for these cards was to create a little squirrel hole in the middle of the stamp to make it appear like wood. Connie also used the Polka Dots stencil (to create the sponged squirrel hole), Carved Leaves Vol 1 Stamp Set and Robin Eclectic Stamp.
Connie has used all four Abstract Stamps on this art journal page! It’s a great way to create texture and detail on your pages!
To read about Connie’s projects, please visit her blog here.
Next we have some projects by Robyn Wood:
Robyn has created some fabulous texture by clear embossing the Abstract 04 Stamp and dusting Perfect Pearl mica powders over the top to create metallic embossed texture. It’s a fabulous technique and looks great with the Abstract Stamps!
Robyn has used the Abstract 04 Stamp in the background of her art journal page by gel printing with the stamps. It creates some fun texture to the background! To read how Robyn created her projects, visit her blog here.
These are just a few ideas to show how this stamp will look on your projects! If you’d like to see more Abstract Stamp projects, check out our Abstract Stamps Pinterest Board!
If you’d like to watch how the Abstract Stamps can be used on the gel plate, check out this video here.
You can find all of the Abstract Stamps on our website here.
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!