Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Scrapbooking with rubber stamps

Scrapbooking with rubber stamps makes your pages unique! Instead of generic sticker art, try using your rubber stamps to create a special and unique layout which will be yours alone! I assembled these beautiful scrapbook pages whileparticipating in the Starz retreat in Atlanta, Georgia.. I can't take credit for the design, it was part of our package.. and as in all stampin' up learning workshop environments, the design map was already in my package.. I just had to assemble and recreate the pages per the instructions! Workshops are a wonderful way to learn new stampin' techniques and ways to use your stamps.. if your stamps are just sitting at home collecting dust.. sign up for a workshop today and hop back into the wonderful world of scrapbooking and/or cardmaking.. it's a great way to get a jump-start and meet new friends!

In the pictures below, I've used a retired Stampin' Up! stamp set to stamp the background paper of so saffron with the same color ink. The polka dot is actually the flower center stamped randomnly across the two pages. Borders are created with layers of basic black, old olive, and whisper white cardstock. The whisper white is stamped with a flower / leaf design. Two square punches are utilized to create photo corners.. (but now.. stampinup! has the wonderful photo corner punch to add pizzaz to your pages!) The spiral punch creates a wonderful, torn from a journal look for the journalling box! Add a couple eyelets, a tag, some linnen thread.. and whoala! A beautiful scrapbook layout!


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