A Kaisercraft/Stampotique Door Hanger

When I heard the words “Mum, can you make me a scary Door Hanger” I just knew that I had to use the Stampotique stamps by Jill Plenney & Daniel Torrente. Merley chose the Prom Queen Stamp as the main image but also insisted on using the Kaisercraft Love Notes papers. Hmm, a scary Door Hanger using the Love Notes papers – now there’s a challenge.

After sticking the paper to the Door Hanger I stamped all round the edges and slightly towards the centre with the Stampotique Splatter Long & Splatter Blob Stamps using Kaisercraft Black, Hot Pink and Lilac Ink Pads. I also stamped random Spider Webs (using the Web stamp) over the centre of the Door Hanger. I just kept going until I had an effect I was happy with.

Kaisercraft / Stampotique Door Hanger

The heads sticking out from behind the paper are from Weasel and Sheer. I gave the Prom Queen some Bat Wings by stamping and cutting out the Stampotique Batty and placing it behind her. I coloured parts of the Prom Queen’s dress using some Promarkers and finished off the hanger with a little strip of Kaisercraft Lace, some Rhinestones and some Mini Alpha’s.

I used the following products to make the door hanger:

I also used Crystal Laquer, a couple of Promarkers and a few odd Rhinestones. Note that, in this example I used several Stampotique stamps but a similar effect can be achieved with fewer images if desired.

Stampotique Originals Stamps – Fun and Funky

We are pleased to now stock some wonderful stamps from Stampotique Originals. We’ve chosen more than 60 designs from three different artists each with their own characteristic style.

From the versatile designs of the British artist Jo Capper-Sandon and the cute, flowery designs of Janet Klein to the funky and somewhat gothic style of Jill Penney and Daniel Torrente, these fabulous stamps include something for everyone.

Stampotique Originals stamps

Each of these highly detailed Stampotique Originals stamps are produced from deeply etched rubber mounted onto solid maple wood blocks for stability and long-life. You can find these beautiful stamps on the Merly Impressions website in there own special Stampotique section.