Hello Stampers ~
It’s that time of year … prom, graduations, weddings and more! So, I have the perfect scrapbook page for the girlie side.
I created this page for my “Stamp-n-Scrap” club. Once I got my hands on the “Dress Up” framelit dies (130101) I fell in love with them… like a little girl with her first Barbie! It’s dress up day!
The “Polka Dot Parade” (126902) Designer Series Paper made it easy for dress up, as did the beautiful pearls (119247) used to “accessorize”. I borrowed the tulle as an item of the last Holiday Catalog for the little black dress. The used the “Apothecary Accents” framelit (127003) die to create an illusion of a mirror. My base colors used are Basic Black and Sahara Sand.
To draw your eye around the page, I stamped the beautiful images from the “Flowering Flourishes” stamp set: (C – 126367 / W – 131998). I think it suits this page so nice… Perfect for a Sweet 16 page! What do you think?
To balance out the page, the banners were added using the “Polka Dot Parade” Designer Series Paper. The page is now ready for your pictures. Choose your layout … and don’t forget to journal.
Here’s a tip: If this is your daughters Sweet 16 or prom page, let them write down their thoughts for the special event. Then in years to come those thoughts will trigger the precious memories of that day!
Enjoy your day!
Hello Stampers ~
Today I am sharing with you a project that my attendee’s made at my annual Spring Retreat. You will need: Cardstock, Paper Cutter, Simply Score (or use your score blade on your cutter) Fav Stamp Set, Designer Paper and border punch to embellish and Sticky Strip to hold it all together. Now you can create this cute project… great for teachers, friends, and more.
You’ll begin with an 8-1/2″ x 11″ sheet of cardstock (we used Island Indigo). Trim 1/4″ off the 8-1/2″ side, bringing it down to 8-1/4″ x 11. Score at 5-1/5″ then 5-3/4″.
Simply Score 122334 Flowering Flourishes
To design the front we stamped the top with the “Flowering Flourishes” stamp set. Then we used “Comfort Cafe” Designer Series Paper … embellished using Pool Party cardstock and the “Scallop Trim Border Punch”.
To create the pocket, start with a 5 x 4-1/4″ piece of cardstock (Pool Party). With your Simply Score, you will score 1/4″ then at 1/2″ on 3 sides. Trim out the corners where the score lines over lap. Then fold cardstock at the score lines to create a pocket. You will “sticky strip” the outer most scored fold.
You will use your sticky strip to adhere your tablet to your project as well. Don’t forget to add a strip of Designer Series Paper into your pen so you have a matching set.
I’d love to hear who you will be creating this cute project for.
Have fun and Happy Stampin’