We recently introduced 6 new stamp designs to the Word Block Stamp series! The Word Block stamps are so versatile, as they can be used as one entire block or words and phrases can be used individually. Different words and phrases can also be highlighted in many different ways.
Today we are sharing projects using the Seaside Word Block, which is a great addition to the Word Block series. With so many other sea related stamps available, such as the Seaside Inchies, Seashells and the Seaside Vol 1 and Seaside Vol 2 Rubber Stamps, there are a lot of stamps that can be combined together to make interesting cards!
This card by Rachel Greig, combines the Seaside Word Block with Seashells Rubber Stamp Set:
1. Stamp the Seaside Word Block onto white cardstock using Aquamarine Archival Ink. Tear around the edges and sponge with Antique Linen Distress Ink. Lightly mist with Tarnished Brass Distress Spray Stain.
2. Create a background using Dylusions Calypso Teal and London Blue Ink Sprays. Adhere the stamped Word Block panel on top using a tiny attacher.
3. Stamp shells from the Seashells Stamp set onto kraft cardstock using Sepia Archival Ink Pad. Trim around each shell. Adhere two shells onto the stamped Word Block panel using a flat adhesive.
4. Wrap linen ribbon around the bottom and tie in a knot at the front. Fray the edges of the ribbon.
5. Adhere the scallop shell over the ribbon using 3D foam adhesive.
6. Tap the Sepia ink pad directly onto a folded kraft card to create lines of ink. Adhere the stamped panel to the front to complete!
Belinda Spencer is a huge fan of anything with a Seaside theme and has created two beautifully layered cards:
1. Apply the Seaside Word Block Stamp onto smooth white cardstock using Rose Madder Ranger Archival Ink.
2. Use an ink blending tool to rub in some Antique Linen Tim Holtz Distress Ink.
3. Distress the edges and ink with Antique Linen.
4. Add some burlap to the back of this piece to create a border around it.
5. Apply the Shells Background Stamp onto another piece of white cardstock using the Rose Madder ink. Rub in Antique Linen ink, distress and ink the edges. Layer the Word Block piece on top.
6. Staple another small piece of burlap onto the Word Block piece. Create a twine circle and staple this in place on top of the burlap. Tear the seagull image from the Seaside Vol. 2 Filmstrip. Ink the edges with Antique Linen. Stick down in the twine circle.
7. Add the card front to a white cardstock base.
8. Stamp two starfish from the Seaside Inchies Rubber Stamp Set on a scrap of white cardstock using the Rose Madder ink. Apply Antique Linen ink and fussy cut the starfish. Glue onto the card front.
9. Cut out a sentiment from the Seaside Wordstrip. Distress the edges and ink with the Rose Madder ink. Scatter some sequins across the card and glue in place.
Here's another card created in the same manner.
Connie Mercer has combined the Seaside Word Block with the Seaside Photochips:
1. Stamp the Seaside Word Block on cardstock, trim and shade.
2. Layer coordinating paper behind the Seaside Word Block and Seaside Photochip. Adhere to card front. Add corners to Seaside Photochip.
3. Stamp shells from Seashells Rubber Stamp Set on white cardstock, fussy cut them out and shade. 4. Stamp sentiment from Whimsical Words Rubber Stamp Set, fussy cut out and shade. Arrange card cluster and adhere.
4. Add shimmer to shells with shimmer pen. Speckle with irRESISTible Copper.
1. Using the Seaside Word Block stamp, stamp on white cardstock. Trim and mat on dark blue cardstock. Shade around the edges and mount on card front.
2. Pop up Seaside Photochips.
3. Stamp a sentiment from Whimsical Words Rubber Stamp Set, fussy cut and adhere to the front of the Photochip.
4. Stamp a leaf from Carved Leaves Vol 1 Rubber Stamp Set and adhere under Photochip. Add corners and speckle with texture spray.
Godelieve Tijskens has also used the Seaside Photochips by stamping the Seaside Word Block directly on top!
1. Stamp Seaside Word Block on watercolor paper, using Distress Paint Frayed Burlap
2. I chose a starfish image from Darkroom Door's Seaside Photochips, stamped the word block stamp with Versamark ink onto the image, heat embossed with Ranger Seafoam White embossing powder
3. I glued the image onto the stamped background, making sure to line up the words.
4. A starfish embellishment from my stash was used to finish off the card.
Godelieve then used the Seaside Inchies Rubber Stamps with the Seaside Word Block!
1. The Seaside Word Block stamp was inked up with Distress Paints Weathered Wood and Frayed Burlap, and stamped onto watercolor paper.
2. Seaside Inchies were stamped, using Archival Ink Potting Soil.
3. Distress Inks were used to color the Inchies, I used Frayed Burlap and Weathered Wood again.
4. I arranged the punched out Inchies onto the Word Block background and added twine as a finishing touch
Darkroom Door Seaside Word Block Stamp
Darkroom Door Whimsical Words Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Seashells Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Carved Leaves Vol 1 Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Shells Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Woodgrain Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Seaside Inchies Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Seashells Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Seaside Photochips
Darkroom Door Seaside Wordstrip
Darkroom Door Seaside Vol. 2 Filmstrip
Archival Ink: Rose Madder, Watering Can, Cobalt, Fern Green, Aquamarine, Tree Branch, Potting Soil
Distress Ink: Antique Linen, Old Paper, Weathered Wood, Frayed Burlap
Distress Paint: Weathered Wood, Frayed Burlap
Ranger Embossing Powder: Seafoam White
Versamark Ink Pad
Wink of Stella: Clear
Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher
We hope you enjoyed these project ideas! be sure to checkout our Pinterest Gallery for more inspiration!
Seaside Word Block Stamp Project Ideas