Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Anniversary Sentiment Stamps by Darkroom Door

Hi guys!!
I have one more card to share using the Anniversary Sentiment stamps
 from Darkroom Door. 

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
To see all four cards created using the Sentiment Stamps go to the
 Darkroom Door Blog.
Thanks for stopping by~


  1. Very fun card! Love all the patterns and colors!

  2. Hi Connie! Just wanted to reply to your comment you left on my blog. I’m so glad you like those stamps! In addition to giving to kids I know who may have a wheelchair (or a friend who does), I think these sets would be good for folks who give cards to the Hospitalized Kids charity. Enjoy!

  3. Hi Connie, A very awesome card you created! You always inspire me~ and this one reminded me of some blueprint ppr I've been saving : )
    Thanks for sharing your cool step-by-step for this! Hugs, karen o

  4. Love the colors - and that bike stamp - yum!


Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment on my blog. It means so much to me to know what you think. If you leave a question I will do my best to answer it and will post it in the same thread. <3 cm