I have a fun project to share today, featuring the 'Flower Patch' stamp set and coordinating framelits. I really love notebooks - I have at least 2 dozen or more for ideas, quotes, and pretty much anything that inspires me. I carry one with me at all times, as you never know when inspiration will strike?! I designed this notebook as part of my September class. I used the Grid notebooks (2 for $5.95), how's that for a deal?!! I found it quicker to stamp a bunch of flowers first, then diecut them. I actually stamped some of each of the flowers so I could diecut multiple flowers at once!
** Tip ** some of the flowers are difficult to line up to cut with framelits. To make things simpler I put a dot with a Sharpie marker at the top of my stamp and the part of the framelit that lines up with the stamp so when I stamp I know where the top is and it makes diecutting a whole lot easier, especially for the larger stamps!
To begin, I used the Decorative Masks - either the dots or stripes, but would look great with the stars or hearts too! I used the Metallic Gold and Silver Encore inks and some sponge daubers. I layered my stamped flowers with glue dots and dimensionals, added some Linen Thread and In-colour sequins! The Be You tiful sentiment is one of my favouites from all the sets new this year - I just love it!! The inspiration for this notebook came from a sample in the Annual Catalogue, so many ideas in that book! The new holiday catalogue launches tomorrow, another book with some great ideas and inspiration! Have a super day!
Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: Flower Patch
Papers: Whisper White, Island Indigo cardstock
Inks: Lost Lagoon, Hello Honey, Tangelo Twist, Mossy Meadow, Real Red, Old Olive, Blackberry Bliss Classic Inks, Black StazOn, Metallic Encore inks: Silver and Gold, Versamark ink
Accessories: Sponge Daubers, In-colour sequins, Glue Dots, Linen Thread, Flower Flair Framelit Dies, Stampin' Dimensionals, Big Shot, Magnetic Platform, Decorative Masks, Crushed Curry Stampin' Emboss Powder, Heat Tool
Thanks for stopping by, happy stamping!
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