Paint Tubes Eclectic Stamp Project Ideas

Darkroom Door - Friday, August 14, 2015
Hi there stampers! Today we have a very colourful set of projects to share with you using the Paint Tubes Eclectic Stamp

Anneke De Clerck has created two cards using the Paint Tubes. Love the use of colour and texture in Anneke's cards! 

For this card I used a sheet of used 'underpaper'. That's the paper I put on my worktable while creating, to protect the surface. After finishing a project I end up with a messy sheet of paper filled with paint scraps. Cut a cute part out of your underpaper to use as a background. Stamp a brush and text from Artist Rubber Stamp Set on top with Archival Ink Jet Black. Stamp the paint tubes on white paper, cut out and attach to the card with foam tape. Add details to the tubes and brush with acrylic paint. Attach small strips of painted paper to the card, using mini staples. Stamp parts of the Mesh background stamp with black ink to create a frame. Add details with a white Sharpie. 

Paint the background with turquoise and white paint and over-stamp with the Polka Dots Background Stamp and white paint. Stamp the paint tubes on scraps of painted paper, cut out and adhere to the bottom of the card. Curl up the blue tube to imitate a squeezed out paint tube. Stamp the sentiment from String Sentiments Rubber Stamp Set with Archival Ink Jet Black. Stamp inchies from the Artist Rubber Stamp Set on scraps of paper with lime paint and StazOn Ink Teal Blue, cut out and glue in place.  

Belinda Spencer has created another vibrant neon card which looks totally fabulous of course! 

Cut a piece of watercolour paper to fit a folded black card. Spray with neon mists and allow to run down the paper. Dry with a heat gun and turn the paper up the other way so that the drips are at the top. Apply the Paint Tubes stamp on top of the mist at the bottom of the card. Apply some splats from the Paint Splats Rubber Stamp Set using neon inks. Stamp the paint tubes again onto some smooth white cardstock. Cut out and layer on top of the images on the card. Stamp the labels again on smooth white cardstock this time using various neon inks. Cut out and add to the paint tubes. Add the sentiment and stick down on a black cardstock base.

Teresa Abajo has come up with a fantastic ideas of using the Paint Splats Rubber Stamps pouring out of the Paint Tubes. Love this! 

Stamp the Paint Tubes onto whtie cardstock in black ink and cut a couple of them out. Colour them by sponging Distress Inks on them. Stamp and emboss a couple of images from the Paint Splats set onto white cardstock and adhere the tubes over them with foam tape. Stamp a few more paint drops from the Paint Splats set, then mount this piece onto black cardstock, then onto a white card. Stamp and trim part of the Imperfection quote, mount onto black cardstock then onto the card. 

Lastly, here's a card by Rachel Greig using the Paint Tubes and the Paint Brushes Eclectic Stamps together: 

Create a painted background using Postbox Red and Lemon Zest Dylusion Paints. Stamp over the top using the Paint Brushes Eclectic Stamp and Flourish Background Stamp with Archival Jet Black ink. Create a lighter coloured painted background using Squeezed Orange and Bubblegum Pink Dylusion Paints and stamp the Paint Tubes Eclectic Stamp over the top with Archival Jet Black ink. Mount stamped background onto folded black card. Mount the Paint Tubes onto black card stock and adhere to front of card with 3D foam adhesive. 

Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Paint Tubes Eclectic Stamp
Darkroom Door String Sentiments Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Artist Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Paint Splats Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Alphabet Medley Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Polka Dots Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Flourish Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Mesh Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Paint Brushes Eclectic Stamp
Darkroom Door Imperfection Quote Stamp
Ranger Watercolour Paper
Ranger Archival Ink Jet Black
Dylusions Paints
StazOn Teal Blue Ink Pad

Thanks so much for visiting the blog today! Wishing you a creative weekend! 


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