The Herringbone Texture Stamp is a fabulous pattern for adding layers and elements to your projects. You can create borders, full backgrounds, little details and more using this one stamp. 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.
Autumn Clark created this bright and fun birthday card by stamping the Herringbone Texture Stamp in a rainbow of Distress Ink colours and added a sentiment from the Birthday Greetings Stamp Set. Read more on her blog here.
For this card, Godelieve Tijskens gold embossed the Herringbone Texture Stamp onto an inked background and added stamps from the Stitched Christmas and Stars Stamp Sets. It makes a stunning Christmas card!
Here is another card by Godelieve using the Herringbone Texture Stamp on the background of a coffee themed card! You can see how you can use the Herringbone Texture Stamp for many different types of cards: Birthday, Christmas, Coffee etc! Godelieve used the Coffee Time Stamp Set for the main images of this card.
Rachel Greig has used the Herringbone Texture Stamp to add some layers to this art journal page. Rachel also used the Clocks and Abstract Triangles Texture Stamps. The Days Count Quote Stamp and Doors Postcards add great focal images to finish off the page.
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 Herringbone Texture Stamp and we hope these ideas have inspired you to create your own projects! Have fun creating!
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