Brushed Stars Background Stamp Ideas

Darkroom Door - Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Hi Stampers! Today we are sharing projects created with the Brushed Stars Background Stamp

This first card was created by Connie Mercer:


Stamp Brushed Stars Background Stamp on white cardstock using Archival Ink by Ranger.  Stamp the Mason Jar on white cardstock and cut it out.  A mask was made (stamped a second Mason Jar and cut out the middle) to place over the trimmed Mason Jar.  The Brushed Stars was stamped over the mask resulting in the red stars being inside the jar. Shaded the stamped images and embellished to finish the card! 

Teresa Abajo has created three cards to share with us:


Stamp the Star Background in grey ink, then in black ink just slightly offset to create the shadow effect. Spatter a little Brushed Pewter Distress Stain Spray in the lower right hand corner. Stamp the Vinyl Record Eclectic stamp in black ink embossed with clear powder, then add the sentiment from the Rockstar Stamp Set.


Paint some scrap card with Dina Wakley's Acrylic Paint in Night. Stamp the Star Background with Versamark ink and emboss with gold embossing powder. Trim down to a square shape and mount onto some tan coloured card. Stamp Thank You (from the Thank You stamp set) in navy ink. Use one side of the Stitched Thread frame stamp to stamp a border in navy under the sentiment.


Stamp the Brushed Stars Background using white pigment ink on kraft cardstock. Tie some twine around the card front, then adhere to a white card. Stamp the Checkered Texture Stamp onto white card with brown ink and cut a star from it. Stamp one of the flowers from the Spiral Flowers set and cut out with a circle die. Stamp the word 'smile'  from the Whimsical Words set and fussy cut. Adhere all the elements to card.

Suzz Czosek has also created some great projects with the Brushed Stars, especially with the American 4th July celebrations coming up in a few days! 


Paint the Brushed Stars Background Stamp using Ranger Broken China Distress Paint with a foam brush. Stamp it on a canvas bag. Stamp the New York Volume I Statue of Liberty with Ranger Archival Ink Watering Can on Ivory paper.  Cut out the image and add a touch of blue with watercolor pencils.  Stamp U.S.A using Ranger Archival Ink Vermillion on the bag. Using a layering stencil add the number 4 with white embossing paste. When dry lay stencil back over the paste and sponge on red ink. (Vermillion and Ranger Distress Ink Aged Mahogany were used). Add a few touches of ribbon, twine and ribbon on the top of the bag. A quick gift bag to bring to a 4th of July Celebration.


Ink up the Brushed Stars Background Stamp using Mermaid Lagoon Distress Ink and stamp on white cardstock. To soften the stars use a foam brush and brush watered down picket fence paint over the surface. Let dry. Stamp Darkroom Door New York Volume I - Statue of Liberty using Ranger Archival Black Ink onto the surface. Shadow around the image with a blue watercolor pencil and a waterbrush. Stamp U.S.A using Ranger Archival Vermillion Ink.  Stamp the sentiment on white cardstock using red ink. Stencil the #4 on the card using white embossing paste. After dry lay stencil and mask all around the stencil to protect the rest of the background and spray with red mist spray. Accent with touches of ribbon.A matching card to go with the gift bag for the 4th of July Celebration.

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Brushed Stars Background Stamp
Darkroom Door All Occasions Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Rockstar Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Whimsical Words Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Spiral Flowers Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Thank You Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door New York Vol 1 Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Mason Jar Frame Stamp
Darkroom Door Stitched Threads Frame Stamp
Darkroom Door Vinyl Record Eclectic Stamp
Darkroom Door Checkered Texture Stamp

Thanks for stopping by the blog today! 




Comments

Bronwyn Lane commented on 01-Jul-2015 10:38 PM
What a wonderful way to show how versatile this background stamp is. Thanks!
wendyp commented on 02-Jul-2015 01:33 AM
Fabulous projects!! Love that star background and love seeing how all the designers used it!

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