Stationery - Chiswick

Stamped art journal page – new stamps and Pop Paint.

Posted on 20 Sep 2017

Today on the blog I am sharing a quick art journal page featuring the new range of stamps from Chiswick.
These stamps are perfect for art journal pages, cards and layouts – truly versatile with a myriad of applications.
Have you purchased yours yet?I started off by creating a stenciled background with a base colour and then added patterns using my stamps and some additional colour.

step 1 – Use a foam applicator and stencil some Fawn POP Paint through a stencil onto the background.
TIP: A small amount of paint goes a long way. Pick up some paint with your foam, then dab off the extra before stenciling with a pouncing motion over your stencil design.

step 2 – Use black permanent ink and stamp your 715 background image from the Fine Print set over the stenciled pattern.

step 3 –  Then use your sentiment stamp of choice from the Life Lessons set and stamp over the background.

Add some colour using ink splats over the entire page and leave to dry.
Add additional stenciling using a micro dot stencil and leave to dry.

The stamp details are amazing and the quality superior – perfect for all your crafting projects
A variety of mediums was tested to stamp with as well as on various textured
papers and cardstock, and found to be of high quality, giving stunning end results.

Pop Paint and Clear stamps – a perfect combination for your creative outlet.

Give us a shout and share your crafting projects using our gorgeous range of stamps.
Pop into your nearest craft store and ask for the stamps by name: Life lessons, Fine Print, Scripty Letters and Nifty Digits.

Until next time happy stamping!

Products used:
POP Paint 28ml – Fawn pp0020
Clear Stamp – Life Lessons rs3184
Clear Stamp – Fine Print rs3181

Written by Jowilna Nolte

Creating can be a wonderful journey and therapy making sense of things where life cannot, and I have tuned my life into this philosophy.