The Arty Squares Collage Stamp and matching stencil create a fun block style design on your projects! The Collage Stamp and stencil can be used separately, or use them together for easy colouring of the stamped image. They are great for adding layers and texture to your card making, art journals and more. You can watch a video here showing how they can be used together.
Here’s a few different ways this stamp can be used. Click on the images for more information about each project.
For this first project, Autumn Clark has used the Arty Squares stencil to create a background, and used the stencil and Arty Squares Collage Stamp together for the main feature of the card! Autumn added a word from the You Are Everything Stamp Set for the sentiment.
On this card, Rachel Greig stamped the Arty Squares Collage Stamp onto white cardstock using Archival Jet Black ink, then placed the stencil over the top and sponged Distress Inks through the stencil. Using the stencil makes it easy to colour the squares only and leave the outside white. The words are from the Celebrate Sentiment Stamp which are embossed in white on black cardstock.
Connie Mercer has created two fun card using the Arty Squares Collage stamp and stencil! For this first card, Connie stamped and coloured the Arty Squares for a background, and added a few extra ones to add raised squares for more dimension. The Creative People Quote Stamp is a perfect addition for the sentiment! Connie has also added a few stamps from the Number Medley Stamp Set around the card.
On this card, Connie spoinged ink through the Arty Squares stencil, then added a few cut out stamped Arty Squares and some random stamping with the Faded Circles Abstract Stamp. The words are from the Being Creative Quote Stamp.
Here's a look at the Arty Squares stencil. This can be used with the stamp as we have shown here, but can also be used on it's own for sponging inks or paints to create more layers in your projects. You can also draw around the scales with a pen or pencil to do your own doodling and other fun techniques!
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