Friday, May 13, 2016

The new Eclectic Stamp ~ Treble Clef by Darkroom Door!

Hi guys!
I have a card to share with you using one of the new releases by Darkroom Door.
This one is the Eclectic /Treble Clef.  I used it like a background stamp and loved the results:)

Using the Treble Clef eclectic stamp like a background stamp, stamp it several times on a sheet of script pattern paper.  Use the ink color that will coordinate with the pattern paper.  Cut to size 5"X 5". Mat on black cardstock and then on the pattern paper that will be the card.  Using green ink, stamp out two leaves and cut them out. Adhere them to the corner of the card (building a cluster). Stamp out a bird using brown ink and cut it out . Add the small bird to the cluster. Stamp out the sentiment saying and poem on white cardstock. Trim out. Mat poem on black cardstock and adhere to center of the card. Sentiment goes in the lower left corner. Add punched corners and speckle with black ink or similar product.
Darkroom Door products used:
Simple Sayings
Carved Leaves Vol.1
Love Birds
Treble Clef/Eclectic
Graphic45 pattern paper
Ranger ink
Quick Quotes PowderPuff Chalk Ink
S.e.i./Tumble Dye/Black (for speckling)

For more inspiration using this stamp go HERE~
Thanks for stopping by~


  1. Beautiful work Connie! And beautiful photography as always.

  2. This is gorgeous! LOVING the clef background and the bird!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. I love how you created a background from this stamp! This is so very pretty! I never heard back from the email I sent. :( But thanks again for the sweet thought! This is a beautiful card, and so inspiring!

  4. Love the background and soft colors. So pretty.

  5. SOO smart Connie! Beautiful results. I am continually inspired by you friend : ) Thanks for sharing!
    Karen O

  6. Very pretty with a great quote.


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