New Photopolymer Stamps and Scrapbooking Share …

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Just released …

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Like it or not, Christmas is just around the corner (hopefully you’re in the “like it” camp). Either way, you’ll want our brand-new Endless Wishes Photopolymer Stamp Set so you’re prepped with festive greetings for all the little gifts, tags, and holiday projects you’ll make this season!

Personally, I love snowflakes (as long as they don’t pile up on my driveway) … they are so easy to create cards and scrapbook pages with them.  And if you live in Wisconsin like I do, you can use them for almost 6 months out of the year!  Besides, the greetings are simply irresistible!  So whether you need tags, cards or scrapbook pages … this stamp set will have you covered!

Stampin’ Up! has several stamp sets in the Photopolymer … check it out here! (Click on link)

My project share today are 3 scrapbook pages I did as a class at our local Historical Society.

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You could easily substitute the new “Endless Wishes” photopolymer stamp set snowflakes for the ones I used on my “Winter in Washington County” page.  I used 3 different shades of blue to create some depth in the stamping.  The technique you see is the “Triple stamp” technique.  See More Here

I love using stamps in my scrapbooking … it gives you so much versatility and depth.  Any of our stamps work great, but the clear photopolymer stamps seem to be just the right fit for scrapbooking.  You could also turn this wintery scrapbook page / technique into a beautiful card.

The pages you see here are quite simple, but my focus when teaching has always been to highlight the photos, along with your journaling … they should really tell the story.  Your stamping and embellishments should compliment your photos, not hide them.

Hope you enjoyed today’s share.

Thanks for dropping by.

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