Sympathy Sentiments Cards

Darkroom Door - Monday, April 15, 2019

Hi! Suzz Czosek here today, sharing a series of sympathy cards using the new Sympathy Sentiments Stamp. This stamp has a wonderful variety of sentiments to comfort and show you are thinking of your friends and family during difficult times. 

I like to keep my sympathy cards fairly simple with the sentiment and one main image being the main focus. For my first card I pulled out my favorite Eclectic Butterfly stamp to use over the lovely chicken wire background stamp.  



1. Stamp the Chicken Wire Background Stamp onto white cardstock with gray ink. 
2. Stamp the Butterfly Eclectic Stamp with black ink over chicken wire background.  
3. Color butterfly with your favorite medium. I like to use watercolor pencils and a waterbrush.  
4. Stamp a sentiment from the Sympathy Sentiments Stamp in black ink below butterfly. 
5. Cut card front leaving part of the butterfly wing to be hand cut.
6. Assemble card. 

I did a series of cards using the Wildflowers Vol 2 cattails image over the Shadow 3 Up Frame Stamp.  


1. Ink up the Shadow 3up Frame Stamp with distress oxide ink. Spritz the inked up stamp with water. 
2. Stamp frame onto white cardstock. Let dry. 
3. Stamp French Script Texture Stamps using black or brown ink overlaying stamped rectangles. 
4. Stamp cattails from Wildflowers Vol 2 Stamp Set using black or brown ink, overlapping stamped rectangles. 
5. Cut image to size for cardfront. 
6. Stamp sentiment using coordinating ink to the left of the shadow boxes. 
7. Place cardfront on base of card. 

Here are two more cards created in a similar way. I like to find a design I like and make multiples varying the color combinations, embossing, distressed edges but keeping the same design. It helps to build up a stock of cards to have on hand. 



For the next card I decided to use the Country Windmill Photo Stamp as the main image and pair it with the lovely memories sentiment from the Sympathy Sentiments Stamp.  


1. Stamp the Country Windmill Photo Stamp using black ink on white cardstock. 
2. Heat emboss with black embossing powder. 
3. Stamp sentiment using black ink to the left of the image. 
4. Heat emboss with black embossing powder. 
5. Sponge yellow distress oxide on the bottom fourth of the image. 
6. Sponge pink distress oxide on the next section and repeat with purple and blue distress oxides.  (Hint: To help blend them together go back with the lighter colour and blend up. I took the yellow and blended over the edge of the pink to transition and continued using the lighter color to blend into the darker colour all the way up) 
7. Sprinkle spots of water onto the background. Heat set with heat gun. 
8. Ink entire surface with embossing ink. Heat emboss with clear embossing powder. 
9. Cut out image and mount onto white card base. 

Next up is the beautiful Woodlands Photo Stamp with a vellum overlay for the sentiment:  


1. Stamp the Woodlands Photo Stamp using black ink and emboss with black embossing powder. 
2. Sponge yellow distress oxide from the bottom up and lightening the color to leave top portion white. 
3. Cut out stamped image. 
4. Cut vellum piece to fit width of main image. 
5. Stamp sentiment using StazOn ink. 
6. Lay ruler along top of sentiment and tear vellum away. Repeat along the bottom of the sentiment. 
7. Assemble card. 

Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Sentiments Stamp: Sympathy
Darkroom Door Rubber Stamp Set: Wildflowers Vol 2 
Darkroom Door Frame Stamp: Shadow 3 Up 
Darkroom Door Photo Stamp: Country Windmill, Woodlands
Darkroom Door Background Stamp: Chicken Wire 
Darkroom Door Eclectic Stamp: Butterfly 
Ranger Distress Oxide Ink Pad: Fossilized Amber, Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Wilted Violet, Blueprint Sketch
Ranger Distress Ink: Mustard Seed 
Ranger Archival Ink: Jet Black, Potting Soil, Watering Can
Black Embossing Powder 
Clear Embossing Powder

Versamark Watermark Ink 
Watercolor Pencils
Waterbrush 
Tim Holtz Idea-ology: Pinecones 
Twine
Vellum 
StazOn Ink: Black 

I loved having all these different sentiments in one stamp making it easy to finish a card with a touching phrase.  

Suzz 

Friendship Sentiments Stamp Ideas

Darkroom Door - Saturday, April 13, 2019

Hi, it’s Anneke De Clerck here with you to share a few ideas featuring the brand new Friendship Sentiments Stamp. I love adding text to my projects so the Sentiments Stamps are favourites of mine. I’m very happy Darkroom Door added 4 beautiful new Sentiments Stamps to the collection. 



For my first project I created a pocket that holds a small heart. I made this set using only one stamp and one stencil. It’s perfectly possible to make something nice with minimal supplies.


Instructions
1. To create a pocket for the heart fold a 10.5 x 15 cm card out of mixed media paper. Turn the card so the fold is at the bottom. Cut a strip of 3 cm away from the top of the front part.
2. Stamp a strip of text to the left of the pocket with the Friendship Sentiments Stamp using Archival Ink Tiger Lily.
3. Ink up the Small Stencil – Polka Dots with Distress Oxide Ink Ripe Persimmon, Worn Lipstick and Picked Raspberry. Spray water on top and make a reverse print of the stencil on watercolour paper. Die cut a scalloped strip out of that print using a Sizzix die and attach to the front of the pocket.
4. Machine stitch along both edges to close the pocket. Decorate with a fluffy pompon.


5. Stamp a text pattern on mixed media paper with the Friendship Sentiments Stamp by stamping 3 strips of text next to each other using Archival Ink Tiger Lily. Choose a nice part to cut a heart out. Cut a heart the same size out of white mixed media paper as well. Make a loop with orange ribbon as shown and adhere at the inside of one of the hearts with strong tape. Put both hearts on top of each other. Sandwich a small amount of filling material in between the hearts and make blanket stitches by hand to close the heart.
6. Decorate the heart with 3 mini pompons.


Instructions
1. Ink up the Roses Photo Stamp using Distress Oxide Ink Ripe Persimmon, Worn Lipstick and Picked Raspberry. Spray water on top and make a print on watercolour paper.


2. As you can see on the photo the outcome of this technique depends on the amount of water used and of the type of paper used. Make a few prints and choose the one you like most to use as a background.
3. Stamp with the Friendship Sentiments Stamp on top of the roses using Archival Ink Jet Black.
4. Die cut a rectangle out of the print using a stitches die. Die cut the same rectangle out of a card panel and apply the inlay technique to assemble the card.
5. Finish off with a button and a Tim Holtz Sculpture Flower.


Instructions  

1. To create the background of this card apply strips of green, blue, pink and orange paint to a gel printing plate and pull both a print and a ghost print. Cut a card panel out of the ghost print.
2. Stamp parts of the Friendship Sentiments Stamp randomly on top using StazOn Ink Teal Blue.
3. Stamp the flower on a scrap of mixed media paper with pink, orange and green paint. Use your MISTI or a similar stamping platform to add layers of paint. Extend the stem of the flower by hand using green paint and a small brush. Cut out and adhere the flower head to the card using 3D dots.
4. Stamp a single sentiment from the Friendship Sentiments Stamp on a white tag. Attach the tag to the stem of the flower with a piece of ribbon. Add glue to the back of the stem and tag to hold in place.

Supplies
Darkroom Door Friendship Sentiments Stamp 
Darkroom Door Roses Photo Stamp
Darkroom Door Daisy Eclectic Stamp
Darkroom Door Small Stencil: Polka Dots
Archival Ink: Jet Black, Tiger Lily
Distress Oxide Ink: Worn Lipstick, Ripe Persimmon, Picked Raspberry
StazOn Ink: Teal Blue
Dina Wakley Media Paint: Cheddar, Blushing, Turquoise, Ocean, Lime
Talens Amsterdam Acrylics: Persian Rose
Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations: On the Edge Scallops Die
Crealies Stiches Die

Thanks for stopping by!

Anneke

Watercolour Resist Wedding Card

Darkroom Door - Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Hi there! It’s Rachel Greig here today, sharing a wedding card created with the Hearts Border Stamp and Wedding Sentiments Stamp. I wanted to create a soft watercolour resist effect over the hearts and I think it’s a fun technique to use with these stamps! 

 

Instructions: 
1. Stamp the Hearts Border Stamp onto hot press watercolour paper using Distress Embossing ink and emboss with clear embossing powder. 
2. Swipe your preferred colour choice of Make Art ink pads or Distress Ink pads onto an acrylic block and pick up the ink with a water brush to colour over the hearts. The embossed image will resist the ink. Repeat until the entire stamped image is covered in watercolour. 
3. Distress the edges of the watercolour paper with a paper distresser. Wrap white sheer ribbon around the bottom and tie in a bow at the front. Adhere panel to folded white card. 
4. Stamp the Wedding Sentiment Stamp onto hot press watercolour paper using Watering Can Make Art ink pad. Distress the edges of the watercolour paper with a paper distresser and adhere to right side of the card using foam adhesive. 


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Hearts Border Stamp
Darkroom Door Wedding Sentiments Stamp
Distress Embossing Ink
Clear Embossing Powder

Distress Ink: Picked Raspberry
Make Art Ink: Red Geranium, Watering Can
Paper Distresser

While I had the Border Stamps out, I made a quick card using the Leaves Border Stamp: 



This card took only a couple of minutes. I stamped the quote from the Friendship Flowers Stamp Set in the centre of a 15cm x 15cm (6”x6”) card using Archival Jet Black ink. Then stamped the Leaves Border either side using Archival Olive ink pad. Super quick but looks great! 

Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Leaves Border Stamp
Darkroom Door Friendship Flowers Stamp Set
Archival Ink: Jet Black, Olive 

Then I stamped the Flower Bed Border Stamp in my traveler’s notebook: 

 

I used it to create a border down the right side of a page. I stamped it with Archival Jet Black ink, then coloured with pencils. I used these woodless pencils. They look vibrant, but create soft tones when colouring. It was easy to do and really adds a nice border into your journals. 

Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Flower Bed Border Stamp
Archival Ink: Jet Black 
Coloured pencils

I hope you‘ve enjoyed these ideas! The Border Stamps are almost 12” in length, so they can be used for scrapbook pages and large journals, along with smaller projects like these ones! 

Thanks so much for stopping by! 

Rachel

Wedding Sentiments Cards

Darkroom Door - Sunday, March 24, 2019

Hi there, it's Heather Telford, happy to be back on the Darkroom Door blog with some wedding themed cards today. I incorporated the Tall Flowers and the Nature Walk set again because they are so beautiful and work so well behind the versatile Wedding Sentiments Stamp.



Instructions: 
1. Spritz water generously over hot pressed watercolour paper panel.
2. Ink daisy stamp in wild honey and forest moss distress inks.
3. Stamp onto wet panel, restamp several times without re-inking to get paler images.
4. If images are not bleeding into surrounding area add more water.
5. Blot panel dry with paper towel then let dry completely.
6. Stamp wedding sentiment stamp on vellum in versamark ink, emboss in gold powder
7. Wrap vellum strip around flower panel and attach to card base.


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Tall Flowers Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Wedding Sentiments Stamp
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Vellum
Versamark ink
Gold embossing powder
Distress inks: Wild Honey, Forest Moss


Instructions: 
1. Stamp delicate flower from Nature Walk set in versamark ink across watercolour paper panel. Emboss in silver powder
2. Ink same stamp in Blueprint Sketch Distress Ink, spritz with water then stamp across panel to get gradually paler images.
3. Repeat step 2 with Milled Lavender ink.
4. Isolate desired sentiment from Wedding Sentiments Stamp by placing tape over adjacent sentiments. Ink with versamark, remove tape and stamp on watercolour paper strip, emboss with silver powder
5. Sponge Milled Lavender ink around edge of sentiment
6. Wrap silver ribbon around stamped panel, attach sentiment over top and pop up centre of sentiment panel with foam.


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Nature Walk Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Wedding Sentiments Stamp
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Versamark ink
Silver embossing powder
Distress inks: Milled Lavender, Blueprint Sketch, Frayed Burlap
silver ribbon


Instructions: 
1. Ink tall daisy stamp in worn lipstick, abandoned coral, forest moss and peeled paint distress ink, spritz lightly with water and stamp in centre of hot pressed watercolour paper panel.
2. Stamp daisy on masking paper three times, cut out and position one over stamped image.
3. Stamp daisy again to the right and to the left of original image.
4. Blend stamping with water and brush to fill in some of the outline image. Dry panel and cover daisies with masks.
5. Ink Woodgrain Background Stamp in weathered wood and frayed burlap distress inks, stamp then blend with water,
6. Tape off either side of chosen sentiment on Wedding Sentiments Stamp, ink with shady lane versafine ink, remove tape, stamp on strip of watercolour paper.
7. Punch holes in sentiment strip, attach linen threads, fasten to back of stamped panel
8. Attach panel to card base with foam backing.


Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Tall Flowers Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Wedding Sentiments Stamp
Darkroom Door Woodgrain Background Stamp
Hot pressed watercolour paper
Masking paper
Versafine Clair Ink: shady lane
Distress inks: worn lipstick, abandoned coral, forest moss, peeled paint, weathered wood, frayed burlap
linen twine
fun foam

Thanks so much for stopping by today! 

Helen

Anniversary Sentiments Stamp Ideas

Darkroom Door - Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Hi, Connie Mercer here today with 4 ideas using the new Anniversary Sentiments Stamp. This is the coolest stamp ever, easy to store and 13 sentiments on one stamp strip. You can cut it apart or leave it as one stamp (that is what I did). Lots of options! As you will see in my creative examples, you can mix and match the sentiments to meet the needs of your project. 

Take a look at the first card:



Instructions:
1. Place small circle stencil over card front and add color. I used Distress Ink Cracked Pistachio.  
2. Splat the card front with Dylusions Vibrant Turquoise Ink Spray.  Dry with heat tool.
3. Mat card front on coordinating cardstock and then mat on folded card base.  I used turquoise cardstock.
4. Stamp small birds from the Garden Birds Stamp Set on white cardstock.
5. Add color with Archival inks (listed below).
6. Trim out the birds after the colour was added. These can be water coloured, markers or ink, you choose.
7. Stamp under the circle leaves and branches.  Making a place for the birds to sit.
8. Stamp sentiment on white cardstock and trim out.
9. Mat with coloured cardstock and adhere to card front.
10. Add birds with dimensional foam squares.
11. Wrap twine or jute around top of card and tie a small bow.
12. Add more splats if you like.


Supplies Used:
Darkroom Door Anniversary Sentiments Stamp
Darkroom Door Grevilleas Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Carved Leaves Vol.1 Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Garden Birds Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Small Circle Stencil Set
Dylusions Ink Spray: Vibrant Turquoise
Distress Ink: Cracked Pistachio
Archival Ink: Coffee, Fern Green and Jet Black (for birds)


Instructions:
1. Stamp the World Map Background Stamp on white cardstock with Archival Cobalt ink.
2. Shade background with Cobalt and Dandelion Archival ink. 
3. Stamp the car and trailer on the background (card front) that was created.  I used Jet Black but the images looks gray.
4. Using the large Mesh stencil and Cobalt ink apply in random spots on the car front. Over car and trailer too.
5. Add yellow hearts to trailer. ( I used watered down acrylic yellow paint).  You can use markers or ink also.
6. Stamp balloons coming from the trailer. 
7. Colour in the balloons with watered down ink or paint.
8. Stamp sentiment on white cardstock and trim out as a flag. I used Cobalt ink.
9. Using dimensional foam squares, attach the flag to the balloons. 
10. Attach card front to a coordinating cardstock colour (I used grey) with dimensional foam squares.
11. Attach card front to folded white cardstock base.
12. Splat black and yellow acrylic paint (watered down slightly) to card front.  I have always used an old toothbrush for this. You have great control of he splat.

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Anniversary Sentiment Stamps
Darkroom Door World Map Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Classic Cars Vol.2 Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Carved Caravans Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Birthday 10th Anniversary Stamp
Darkroom Door Large Mesh Stencil
Archival Ink: Jet Black, Cobalt, Dandelion
Acrylic paint: yellow & black (splats)
old toothbrush             


Instructions:
1. Stamp the Arrows Background Stamp using Blueprint Sketch Distress ink on white cardstock.
2. Adhere the background to yellow cardstock with dimensional foam squares.
3. Adhere the card front to a folded white cardstock base.
4. Stamp the Motorcycle and one section of the Bold Arrows Eclectic Stamp with Blueprint Sketch Distress ink.
5. Trim the Bold Arrow out.
6. Trim the Motorcycle to a rectangle shape and mat on blue cardstock.
7. Stamp the Bold Arrow in Barn Door and Mustard Seed Distress Ink and trim out.
8. Adhere the Motorcycle rectangle to the card front.
9. Adhere the blue and red Bold Arrow to the card front.
10. Adhere the yellow Bold Arrow over the other two Bold Arrows with dimensional foam squares.
11. Stamp sentiments on white cardstock with Black Soot Distress Oxide Ink.
12. Emboss with clear coat embossing powder.
13. Mat sentiments on blue cardstock and adhere to card front.
14. Spackle card front with Black Soot Distress Oxide Ink.
15. Stamp with Blueprint Sketch Distress ink and the straight stitch stamp along the left side of the card.

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Anniversary Sentiment Stamps
Darkroom Door Classic Motorcycles Stamp Set

Darkroom Door Stitched Borders Stamp Set

Darkroom Door Arrows Background Stamp
Darkroom Door Bold Arrows Eclectic Stamp
Distress Oxide Ink: Black Soot
Distress Ink: Barn Door, Blueprint Sketch and Mustard Seed
Embossing powder: clear coat

My last project is a tag. This could be used as a book mark or a gift tag. These could be created in advance for future use because of the way the Sentiment Stamp is designed.  What I mean by that is you can highlight any sentiment you wish for the occasion. Let me show you what I mean...


Instructions:
Creating the tag.
1. Stamp two tags on white cardstock with Archival Jet Black ink.


2. Looking at the diagram above you can see where I made the cut and then adhered the second tag to the first one after trimming both tags out.
3. Shade around the extended tag with black ink.
4. Cut out the tag hole (from the second tag) and staple it on the extended tag.
5. Use a craft knife or small scissors to cut out the inside of the tag hole.
6. The Sentiment strip is then added to the front of the extended tag.
7. The extended tag is shaded with black ink around the edges.
8. Using the Large Mesh stencil and black ink the stencil was applied in random spots to give a distressed look.
9. The birds and heart are stamped out on white cardstock.
10. Colour is added with Archival inks and then the images are trimmed out.
11. Add the images to the bottom of the tag.
12. Highlight the sentiments you want to use. 
13. Add twine or jute to pick up the colors used in the extended tag.

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Anniversary Sentiment Stamps
Darkroom Door Stitched Borders Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Garden Birds Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Fun & Games Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Tags Stamp Set
Darkroom Door Large Mesh Stencil
Distress Oxide Ink: Peeled Paint
Archival Ink: Cobalt, Jet Black, Potting Soil and Red Geranium

I hope you’ve enjoyed these ideas! As you can see, the Anniversary Sentiments Stamp is useful for so many different types of cards and projects and works well with lots of different Darkroom Door stamps! 

Thanks for stopping by!
Connie Mercer

Thank You Sentiments Cards

Darkroom Door - Thursday, July 05, 2018
Hi, Connie Mercer here to share with you a couple of greeting cards created using the Thank You Sentiments Stamp. This stamp is such a brilliant design. I love the fact that you can use it as a background stamp too. So versatile!!!



Instructions:
1. Stamp the Sentiment Stamp two times, side by side on white cardstock. Trim out the section you would like to be your background for the card. Adhere it to coloured cardstock and adhere to the card base.

2. Stamp out the little bird from the Garden Birds Stamp Set, shade it with colour and trim it out. Adhere it to the card front.

3. Stamp the sentiment out on white cardstock. Trim out and mat it on the same colour of cardstock chosen for the mat. Speckle with black ink.

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Thank You Sentiments Stamp
Darkroom Door Garden Birds Rubber Stamp Set
Archival Ink: Jet Black, Saffron, Potting Soil and Cornflower Blue.

The next card is a fun creation!! Using the same principal just in a different way.


Instructions
1. Stamp the Thank You Sentiments Stamp on white cardstock. Trim out six words and shade with ink.

2. Stamp the Mini mason Jar on white cardstock and trim out. Shade the inside with ink. Stamp the small heart close to the bottom of the mason jar. Add the Thank You sentiments inside the jar. Mat on black cardstock then mat on blue cardstock and adhere to the card base. 

3. Add the Thank You under the jar. Add the word "jar!" with stickers. Speckle with white ink or paint.

Supplies used:
Darkroom Door Thank You Sentiments Stamp
Darkroom Door Mini Mason Jar Eclectic Stamp
Darkroom Door All Occasions Rubber Stamp Set
Archival Ink: Cornflower Blue, Red Geranium and Jet Black
Stickers
White paint 

This next card is a small, quick card that is perfect for tucking into a gift bag. The card base is about a 4" x 4".


Instructions: 
1. Stamp the Thank You Sentiments Stamp two times, side by side. Trim out a 3" x 3" section. Mat it on coloured cardstock, with foam squares for added dimension. Mount that piece on to a coordinating piece of cardstock and that will be adhered to the card base.  

2. Stamp the small Succulent out on white cardstock. Using two different colour inks, randomly ink up the stamp. Trim out and adhere to the card front. Speckle with black ink.

Supplies used: 
Darkroom Door Thank You Sentiment Stamp
Darkroom Door Succulents Rubber Stamp Set
Archival Ink: Jet Black, Fern Green and Plum.
Button

Thanks for stopping by!

Connie Mercer

Baby Sentiment Stamp Cards

Darkroom Door - Thursday, June 28, 2018
Hi, it’s Anneke De Clerck here today to share some projects featuring the brand new Baby Sentiment Stamp! In my opinion the new Sentiment Stamps are a great addition to the Darkroom Door collection. I love the narrow strips of text!

Below I’m showing you a few cards on which I used the stamp entirely as well as some cards on which I used parts of the stamp.



Instructions

1. Ink up the Triangles Background Stamp with Distress Ink Dried Marigold, Squeezed Lemonade, Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Broken China, Cracked Pistachio and Iced Spruce. Tap straight onto the stamp with the inkpads. Spray with water and put a panel of watercolour paper on top to make a print. Set aside to dry.

2. Overstamp the print with the Stitched Threads Frame Stamp using black ink. Trim the panel to size and distress the edges with a paper distresser.

3. Stamp various sentiments from the Baby Sentiment Stamps using Distress Ink Dried Marigold, Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Cracked Pistachio and Broken China. Cut out and distress the edges with a paper distresser.


4. Assemble the card as shown. ‘Pin’ the sentiments to the ‘notice-board’ using enamel dots.

5. Add black stamping using small stamps from the Hello Baby Vol 1 set.

Here are two cards using the stamp as a strip: 


Instructions

1. Fold 2 cards from a sheet of Ranger Specialty Stamping Paper. Start by stamping a pattern on the cards using small stamps. The spiral is from the Grunge Marks set, the flower is from the Whimsical Words set. Use a light-colored pink ink. Start stamping in the centre of the cards and work your way to the edges.

2. Stamp the Baby Sentiment Stamp on top using black ink. 


3. Round the bottom corners with a corner chomper.

4. Finish the cards off by wrapping black thread around the front of the cards. Decorate with a matching embellishment.


Instructions 

1. Cut a 10 x 10 cm (4 x 4”) panel out of Ranger Watercolor Paper. Stamp a background with the Triangles Background Stamp as described above.

2. Stamp the Baby Sentiment Stamp on vellum using black ink and trim to size. Wrap the strip of vellum around the card and attach to the back of the card.

3. Mark the word ‘sweet’ with pink thread as shown. Attach it to the card using a mini wooden clothes peg.

Supplies

Darkroom Door: Baby Sentiments Stamp
Darkroom Door: Triangles Background Stamp
Darkroom Door: Stitched Threads Frame Stamp
Darkroom Door: Hello Baby Vol 1 Rubber Stamps
Darkroom Door: Grunge Marks Rubber Stamps
Darkroom Door: Whimsical Words Rubber Stamps
Archival Ink: Jet Black, Pink Peony
Distress Inks: Dried Marigold, Squeezed Lemonade, Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Broken China, Cracked Pistachio, Iced Spruce
Lawn Fawn: Lawn Fawndamentals Ballet Slippers
Ranger: Watercolor Paper
Ranger: Specialty Stamping Paper

Thanks for stopping by!

Anneke

New Release May 2018

Darkroom Door - Wednesday, May 16, 2018
We'd like to introduce NEW Stamps & New Stencils! Now available from the Darkroom Door website or your favourite stockist!  


Our NEW Sentiment Stamps are a strip of different sentiments that can be used as an entire strip or you can cut each sentiment into individual stamps! The choice is yours! The different sizes of sentiments give you lots of options for fitting them onto your cards and tags. 

Sentiment stamps measure approximately 178mm x 36mm (7" x 1.4")  




Our NEW Small Stencils can be used on their own to create quirky fun backgrounds and they also conveniently match the Collage Stamps with the same name. Simply stamp the Collage Stamp first and place the stencil over the top to sponge ink through the stencil. It's a great way to colour the stamped image quickly and easily!


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