Friday, 15 August 2014

Bag Charm {with Lynne Perrella Stamps by Helen Chilton}

Hi Everyone, Helen here, with a bag charm made from Stampbord. I've always loved this stuff and the Lynne Perrella stamps are particularly effective on it as they're so detailed.
Take your Stampbord tile and stamp the face from Lynne Perrella 028 in StazOn Jet Black:
Lynne Perrella 028
Then use the wave pattern from the ship lady on Lynne Perrella 010 to add a border:

Lynne Perrella 010
Rub on a selection of Distress inks keeping the face fairly light:

Darken the edges by rubbing directly inkpads onto the tile:

Start to etch out details with a scraper tool:

Etch as much as you like, thick lines, thin lines, tiny details:

Use a Cropadile to punch holes through the Stampbord and then add beads, chain and embellishments:

And there you have it, a tiny piece of wearable art.
Helen

A huge thanks to Helen from paperArtsy HQ, this might be a tiny piece of art, but oh so effective. This could double as an embellishment on a card... and then be taken off and used by the recipient on a bag, or pencil case, a key fob or as a book charm. The LPC stamps are just perfect for using in Stampbord, it is a great surface for all those fine details. 

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15 comments:

Lin said...

oh love this Helen :D

Helen said...

Fabulous, Helen - not played with stampboard for ages!

Lucy Edmondson said...

I love this Helen, really want to make one. Stampbord and Lynne perrella stamps are two of my favourite things!

Lucy x

craftytrog said...

Gorgeous!!! I love stampbord too! xxx

Hazel Agnew said...

Love the etched effect. Fabulous. X

sam21ski said...

Oooh am loving this, defo need to have a go xxx

isisimaginings.com said...

That's so pretty! It's a great gift idea too.

Jane Castle said...

Gosh I was only thinking of stamp board a couple of days ago but yours is gorgeous, will have to dig some out of the draw!! X

Astrid Maclean said...

Fabulous! Love the scraped effect! Thanks for the inspiration to dig out my stamp board!

Julie Ann Lee said...

I have a little collection of stampbord tile shapes, which I simply must get round to playing with! This project has really inspired me to do so! It looks so effective and so much fun. Thank you Helen! x

NETTI said...

I have a pack of these knocking
around somewhere....inspired to get them out and play with Lynne Perrella stamps now! Love this!!!!

Sid said...

Gorgeous stamped tile !!

craftimamma said...

This is lovely Helen and I have a huge hoard of Stampbord! Wonder if I can sneak a playtime tomorrow, lol!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Lyn said...

love this Helen, haven't seen Stampbord for ages, I now want to dig mine out and have a play :)

Gio said...

It's gorgeous! Lovely colours, and the LP stamps are always a big choice!

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