Film Frame Stamp - Project Ideas

Darkroom Door - Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Hi everyone! Today we have some projects to share using the Film Frame Stamp:


Here's what Godelieve has created with this stamp:


Details from Godelieve:
The card is 12.5 cm square (5 inch).

- First I made 3 masks, by stamping the Film frame on copy paper.  
- I stamped the film stamp with Ranger Archival Ink Jet Black on smooth white cardstock, and covered it with a mask, stamped it again at an angle. 
- I masked this too with my second mask  to stamp the Mesh background.
- Then I removed both masks and used  another one,  to stamp the Horse Photo Stamp inside the film frame.
- I watercolored the photo stamp with Distress Inks and inked the background.  
- Finished off with a small stamp from the Photography set, and a tag with twine.
I used:

Next up is a card from Teresa:

Details from Teresa:
Here I have used it to frame a photochip of a couple from the Venetian collection. I stamped the film frame onto some acetate, which made it a breeze to position it onto the card. It's such a romantic image, exactly what I needed for an anniversary card.
Marjie has used the stamp in her art journal. Check it out:


Details from Marjie: I paired the new Darkroom Door Film Frame stamp with a Stampers Anonymous face/text stamp, stamping them on tissue paper and adhering to the page with Gel Medium. I went around the edges with a black Gelato from Faber-Castell.


When adhering tissue to your page it helps to tear rather than cut your edges, as they tend to blend into the page better this way:


Marjie also used the frame on this spread, and used the negative strips as accents in their own right:


shows us how to incorporate the Film Frame into scrapbook pages: 

Details from Connie:
The Film Frame Stamp is fast becoming a fave for me. I stamped it three times to make the filmstrip, I stapled the endstogether, to get one continuous film strip.
I also used other Darkroom Door Stamps on this project.  They are Everyday Life, Vintage Office and Photography.  I love how the stamps work together.  

A close-up of the film strip ~looks real, right!!  
Thanks for stopping by today!


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