Thursday, May 21, 2015

Use Your Stash blog hop If You Stamp It

Thanks for joining us on this blog hop where we are using some of our scrapbooking stashes.  If you have come from Heather Jane Schmuckal's blog you are on the right track!   This month we are featuring stamps that we bought because we loved them and when they arrived we forgot about them, put them away, or just didn't have a use for them at the moment.  I actually have a ton of stamps like this so it was really fun for me to grab a few and use them.


I used 3 brand new stamps on this layout, each stamps set featured a frame stamp that I used to run down the middle of my layout.  I used Sweet and Lovely from the Artbooking Cricut collection (D1571), a stamp from the Art Philosophy Cricut collection (D1496), and this months stamp of the month, Just Sayin' (S1505).  I also used a few other stamp sets, but I had used them before so I will list them at the end of this post.


This layout sketch came from the Stashbusters class that I took and featured awhile back from Big Picture Classes and I felt it was fitting for this blog hop. I hope you enjoyed this layout and blog hop.  To keep hopping just head over to Shirley Ross's blog.  

Happy scrapbooking!

List of materials used:

1358 White daisy cardstock
X7196B Blossom paper pack

D1571 Sweet and Lovely from Artbooking Cricut collection
D1496 Art Philosophy Cricut collection stamp set
S1505 Just Sayin' (this months stamp of the month)
C1429 Party Pennants 
C1474 10 Things

Marigold ShinHan marker
Z2105 black ink

Z3042 Coral Reef Sequins
Z1853 Aqua Dots
Z1799 Silver Shimmer Trim

All products can be found and purchased on my website.


4 comments:

Shirley Ross said...

That is a great layout, I love the clustering of all the frames and how you used pattern paper and cardstock! Great job!!

Heather Jane said...

I love the sequins added to your frame shaped scatter! Adds just the right touch.

Casandra Bennett said...

What a clever way to use those bracket shape stamps! But your pictures are priceless and adorable; the true star of the show.

NJ Stamping Queen said...

I love how you used bracket shaped stampsin your layout. Your layout is really darling. Thanks for the great ideas!
:) Marie