Hello stampers! The Clocks Texture Stamp is a detailed cluster of little clock faces and time pieces that are great for time themed projects or to add a steampunk element to your work! Texture Stamps are also great for adding layers and textures to your cards, journals and other projects and this stamp works well with many of our other stamps too! We also have a larger Background Stamp of this design which is great to use for an overall background.
Here’s a few different ways this stamp set can be used.
Heather Telford created this beautiful card by combining the Clocks Texture Stamp with the Pocket Watch Eclectic Stamp and Long Distance Sentiment Stamp. Heather used a watercolour stamping technique to create the soft look to the clocks. Read more on her blog here.
Rachel Greig has used the Clocks Texture Stamp to add some layers to this art journal page. Rachel also used the Herringbone and Abstract Triangles Texture Stamps. The Days Count Quote Stamp and Doors Postcards add great focal images to finish off the page.
For this card, Rachel gold embossed the Clocks Texture Stamp onto blue cardstock and added a sentiment from the Tick Tock Stamp Set. You can see how this card was created here.
Using the Clocks Texture Stamp with different colours creates a beautiful layered background for your cards and projects! On this card, Rachel stamped the Clocks Texture Stamp with Pink Peony, French Ultramarine and Pale Ochre Archival Inks to create the background. The sentiment is from the Photography Stamp Set and the images are from the Elegant Ladies Collage Sheets.
In this video, Rachel shares and talks about our new release, including lots of creative projects to show you how they can be used!
We hope you enjoyed these ideas! There are lots of ways you can use the Clocks Texture Stamp and we hope these ideas have inspired you to create your own!
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Timely post (Pardon the pun)
Carol Marshall on 9 December 2022We've just had our ACTSA Christmas party here in Canberra and I'm the happy recipient of your Darkroom Door Clocks Texture Stamp. So now I have some inspiration to run with. If only I didn't still have about sixty Christmas Cards to complete first!. But the lovely samples you have in this blog will await me as soon as I have time to come up for air. Time. Ah yes, that's the thing.