Monday, May 21, 2012

Stamps used in Scrapbooking

Hi! I'm back again quickly to share a scrapbooking page I made up this evening -
This is a Bazzill card stock base, layered up with some bright pink patterned paper from Echo Park which I felt matched really well with the pictures of my niece in her fairy outfit for her cake smash. Because there were so many photos from the day, I got some printed in collage form on 4x6 paper, so I have a bunch of itty bitty photos which I thought would look fab behind this chipboard film strip, luckily they fitted perfectly! I coated the chipboard in glue, and a truck load of silver glitter (and by chipboard I mean me, the desk, the paper....etc) Absolutely everything is now covered in glitter! I glued it onto the page with a Kaisercraft transparency behind it as well as a doily cut using the Big Shot and a Cheery Lynn Die (French Doily.) I mounted the main photo on to some brown card stock and nestled it on top of the film strip. My cluster of embellishments (below) 
Includes a Stick Pin and Red Crochet Flower a pendant with owls on it, a button and a stamp from Ink-a-dink-a-do with a stamped clipboard top from Stampendous. The main title, "Loved this Day" is from a sampler pack I won from the Craft-a-Lot blog and is from Unity Stamp Co. I am entering this into two challenges the first is the Craft-a-Lot Bling challenge, next up is the Sketch challenge from A2Z Scraplets which I have edited quite a bit to fit my photos!
Thanks for popping by!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is awesome Jess!!!

LOVE the film strip and the cluster of goodies!!!

Anonymous said...

Just adore it! The Unity Stamp you used looks great in white ink!

Thanks for entering our Challenge Jess xx

Anonymous said...

Jess its wonderful! I love the Unity Stamp in white... it stands out so well.

Thanks for entering our first Challenge xx

Danielle Daws said...

Oooh! This is gorgeous Jess! I love that sentiment... I'll have to search for that now! :P Thanks for playing with the Craft-A-Lot Unity Challenge!