Hi stampers! Today we are sharing creative projects using the Stitch Word Block Stamp!
Robyn Wood has created two fabulous cards. The Stitch Word Block stamp pairs beautifully with a number of different Darkroom Door images, for this first card, Robyn used one of the vintage corset stamps from the Corsetry set.
1. Stamp Stitch Word Block onto white cardstock using black Archival ink and trim closely. Layer twice with cardstock and tie with ribbon towards the bottom of the wording.
2. Stamp corset from Darkroom Door Corsetry stamp set onto white cardstock using black Archival ink and trim closely.
3. Watercolour with a Worn Lipstick Distress marker using an Aquash brush. Make some areas of the corset darker, such as the centre closure and the trim by direct colouring with the marker. Affix a few tiny pink pearls and attach to cardfront with foam tape.
4. Punch foliage from green patterned paper and add to the corset along with a paper flower. Highlight the flower with a touch of glitter.
This next textured card is great for using up lots of the bits and bobs that seem to hang around my craft room. I hate throwing away scraps of paper or fabric but I never quite know what to do with them – this card is a good solution.
1. Stamp the Stitch Word Block onto white cardstock using Graphite Black Brilliance ink and heat emboss with clear powder. Trim closely and distress edges.
2. Assemble torn patterned paper scraps and paper doily to create a layered base with bits poking over the edges.
3. Stamp dress form from Darkroom Door Dressmaker set onto white card using orchid pastel chalk ink and trim out.
4. Stamp other items from the same set onto white cardstock using black Archival ink, add some colour with markers and trim closely.
5. Stamp Happy Birthday greeting from Darkroom Door Bright Blossoms Vol 1 set onto patterned paper using Graphite Black Brilliance ink and heat emboss with clear powder, trim closely.
6. Gather some twine, buttons and a scrap of cheesecloth and arrange on card with the dress form, greeting, Word Block panel and other items. Aim for a pleasing arrangement and attach all pieces using strong glue.
Teresa Abajo shows how you can sew the Stitch Word Block literally to create a textured card!
Stamp the image onto cream cardstock using Archival Watering Can ink. Stamp the image onto some calico strips, and adhere in place over the image stamped on cardstock. Stitch some tea stained cheesecloth in a couple of places using a sewing machine, then attach a button to the top left hand corner. Sponge this piece with Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink, then mount onto some kraft cardstock, then onto a cream card.
This last card by Rachel Greig shows how to use a custom ink pad to create a multi coloured Word Block!
1. Create a custom ink pad using Cut N Dry Felt and Distress Reinkers. Stamp the Stitch Word Block onto white cardstock using the custom ink pad. Mount onto black cardstock and distress the edges with a paper distresser.
2. Stamp the Stitched Frame Stamp onto cream cardstock with Archival Jet Black ink, trim around the inside and outside edges. Sponge around the edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. Adhere over the stamped Word Block.
3. Stamp the dressmaker form from the Dressmaker Stamp Set using Jet Black ink, trim and sponge with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. Adhere to right side of Word Block panel.
4. Stamp Measuring Tape Background Stamp onto folded kraft card using Vintage Photo Distress Ink. Mount stamped Word Block panel to the front of card using 3D foam adhesive.
Darkroom Door Stitch Word Block Stamp
Darkroom Door Dressmaker Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Corsetry Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Bright Blossoms Vol 1 Rubber Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Stitched Frame Stamp
Darkroom Door Measuring Tape Background Stamp
Archival Ink: Jet Black, Watering Can
Distress Ink: Vintage Photo, Brushed Corduroy
Distress Marker: Worn Lipstick
Cut N Dry Felt
Colorbox Chalk Ink – Orchid Pastel
Tsukineko Versamark clear ink
Clear embossing powder
Thanks for stopping by today!
Stitch Word Block Project Ideas