Hello, stampers! Today we'd like to share different ways to use the Daisy Chain Border Stamp. Our Border Stamps are almost 12" in length and can be used as borders for your art journal, scrapbooking, card making, collage and mixed media projects. This stamp is especially versatile as it can be coloured in so many different ways giving you lots of options for using ink, watercolour and many other mediums!
Here are some fabulous ways this stamp can be used. For this first card, Godelieve has created a wrap around watercolour border which is a great way to use this stamp! The sentiment is from the Birthday Greetings Stamp Set.
For this card, Rachel created an embossing resist by embossing the stamp with clear embossing powder, then waterclouring over the top with Distress Inks. The sentiment is the Friendship Sentiment Stamp.
Connie has created a border for her card and stamped some extra daisies to add more layers of flowers! Connie cut the flowers separately to use on her tags too. It shows how the stamp can be used as a border or as individual flowers, giving you lots of options for your projects!
The Border Stamps look great on art journal pages too! For this page, Godelieve has used Flurries Speckle Embossing Powder which gives the flowers some shimmer!
Anneke has created a beautiful journal cover using the Daisy Chain Border Stamp, highlighting the flower areas with coloured paint circles:
On these cards, Anneke has stamped onto beautiful Japanese papers and trimmed around the stamp to create a border, then added stamping using the French Script Background Stamp. The sentiments are from the Tall Flowers Stamp Set.
We hope you enjoyed the inspiration! You can watch a video on the new Border Stamps here.
If you’d like to see more Border Stamp projects, check out our other Border Stamp blog posts!
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