Hi there! It's time to get a little groovy and share some projects using the Sheet Music Texture Stamp!
This first card by Rachel Greig shows how it can be combined with the Rockstar Rubber Stamp Set:
1. Stamp the Sheet Music Texture Stamp onto white cardstock using Jet Black Archival Ink Pad.
2. Adhere to black cardstock, then to a folded red card.
3. Stamp the guitar from the Rockstar Stamp set onto whote cardstock using Jet Black Archival Ink Pad and trim around the image.
4. Stamp 'Rock & Roll' from the Rockstar Stamp Set with Vermillion Archival Ink and trim around the image.
5. Adhere the guitar and sentiment to the card using 3D foam adhesive.
Liesbeth Fidder has a great idea using the Sheet Music Texture Stamp with the Dance Quote Stamp and Vinyl Record Eclectic Stamp:
1. Stamp the Sheet Music Texture Stamp and the Dance Quote Stamp onto a (very) glossy double card using Jet Black Archival Ink.
2. Stamp the Vinyl Record Eclectic Stamp on a seperate piece of glossy paper, with the same ink pad and cut out. Cut in half and glue the pieces at the right and left sides of the card as shown.
3. Sponge the edges of the card with a little bit of black ink.
Robyn Wood lives in a very musical household, so the Sheet Music Texture Stamp is the perfect stamp for her!
Music really does bring joy into life! It can uplift the soul and calm the spirit. I have used this quote from the Harmony Stamp Set many times for various music teacher gifts but it is also great for lots of different occasions.
1. Stamp Darkroom Door Sheet Music Texture Stamp onto a manilla shipping tag using Versamark ink and emboss with white powder. Place the image at a slight angle for a bit of interest.
2. Spray with ink and allow to dry, I used Kaisercraft Mist in yellow and orange.
3. Stamp quote from the Harmony Stamp Set onto a scrap of vellum using Graphite Black Brilliance ink and carefully heat emboss with clear powder. Tear closely and affix to tag using tiny brads.
4. Tear the bottom of the tag, add a button and a twist of ribbon. Two lengths of deep red seam binding at the top gives it a pop of colour to finish.
Our house is filled with music as both sons and my husband are musicians and I find that musical images, particularly sheet music often creep into my art journals and cards.
1. Trim a piece of white cardstock for the card front, stamp the Sheet Music Texture Stamp into the centre using Versamark ink and heat emboss with clear powder. Paint with runny blue watercolour, try to get some interesting spatters happening by tapping a watery brush over the cardstock and allow to dry. (If you don’t have watercolour, ink a patch of craft mat with blue Distress ink and spritz with water.)
2. Stamp viola image from Darkroom Door Harmony stamp set and colour with Copic markers in browns, creams and grey. Trim closely and affix over sheet music image using foam tape.
3. Add a wordstrip word as a greeting. Mat white card twice with different shades of blue and affix to card front.
Darkroom Door Sheet Music Texture Stamp
Darkroom Door Harmony Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Rockstar Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Music Wordstrip
Archival Ink: Jet Black, Vermillion
Embossing Powder: White, Clear
Tsukineko Brilliance Ink: Graphite Black
Tsukineko Versamark Clear ink
Kaisercraft Mist – yellow, orange
Vellum, brads, seam binding
Copic markers – T2, E35, E55, YR21
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Sheet Music Texture Stamp Ideas