Torn Text Texture Stamp Ideas

Stewart Yule - Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Hi there! Today we’d like to share some ideas using the Torn Text Texture Stamp! This is a great stamp for adding text layers to your projects! 

The printed text goes in different directions so it can be stamped in any direction and it’s subtle enough to be combined with other Texture Stamps or just be used as a text layer on your project. Let’s take a look at a few ways it can be used. 

Godelieve has created a foiled Reindeer using the Reindeer Stencil Set with DecoFoil Transfer Gel and Therm-o-web Fancy Foils. Godelieve then used the Reindeer mask to place over the foiled reindeer and stamped the Torn Text Texture Stamp around the edges with Mermaid Lagoon Distress Oxide Ink Pad. To read more about Godelieve’s card, click here.  

This next project is an art journal page where Godelieve has used the Torn Text Texture Stamp to add little text details to her page. Godelieve has also used the Coffee Time & Cup Of Tea Stamp Sets and the Teacups Photo Stamp

Here’s a close up to see the Torn Text stamped around the edges. Read more about how Godelieve created this journal page here.  

Another great way to use the Torn Text stamp is by making custom gift wrap! It looks great stamped onto Kraft paper! Godelieve also used the Great Friend Small Stamp and stamped everything in Thistle Archival Ink. Read more about how Godelieve created this here.  

Godelieve has sponged Fossilized Amber and Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxide Inks over the Heart Stencil to create the background. Then stamped the Great Friend Small Stamp in Archival Jet Black ink over the top. The Torn Text Texture Stamp was used around the edges. To see more details about this card, visit Godelieve’s blog here.  

These are just a few ideas to show how this stamp can be used on your cards and for journals and other projects! If you’d like to see more Texture Stamp projects, check out our Texture Stamps Pinterest Board!   

You can find all of the Texture Stamps on our website here.  

Thanks for stopping by the blog today!


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