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My Happy Place is a cozy, creative destination for scrapbookers and crafters to do what they love: relax and enjoy their favorite craft project. Our studio is a crafters dream! Our crops provide a venue ideal for scrapping - your own 6ft table, lots of space for friends, wi-fi, and many tools including a Cricut, Cuttlebug, and Sizzix Dies/cutter, to help you create beautiful scrapbook pages or crafts that your family will enjoy for years to come. We also offer a wide variety of classes and can host events such as birthdays, ladies nights, bridal/baby showers etc. that your guests will rave about for years.

Friday, June 29, 2012

Stamping on Layouts

I do a lot of stamping and it is becoming more popular at My Happy Place.  Here is a blog post that I thought y'all might be interested in. 
It's about stamping on layouts, something I love to do,
but just don't do very often.

I think I need to make an effort to do more stamping on my layouts.
Anyone want to join me?

Here are a few layouts that I have made in the past that I have used stamping on.
This layout the entire title
"Kelsie Angel Baby" was done with stamps
and then colored with watercolor crayons.

On this layout the JOY and the Christmas trees were stamped
The JOY was colored and the trees were fussy cut.

When my nephew and niece got married they used peacock feathers in their wedding.  In the scrapbook I made for them this was the title page.
The large feather was on the paper, but the smaller one was done with a stamp and gold embossing powder.

Here are some more of the peacock feather stamps.
I stamped them with VersaMark ink and then went over them with
Perfect Pearls for the color.

On this layout, the shoe at the bottom of the page was stamped and colored.
I just happened to find a stamp that the shoes were almost the same as the shoes Renee wore for the wedding.

These are a few ways that stamps can be used in scrapbooking.
Why not give it a try?
If you need some instruction or help in any way, be sure to ask, I'm there to help anytime!

Thanks for stopping in today, hope you have enjoyed this post.
Leave a comment and let me know what you think.

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