Welcome to Stamp Focus: Framed
Frame it with Framed
I can’t wait to share three ideas with you:
- frame the photo on a scrapbook page
- stamp the background of a scrapbook page
- create a simple pattern on the cover of a mini journal
Frame the photo
Let’s have a look at the first scrapbook page.
I used a frame from the Framed Stamp Set to frame the photo. In addition, I used other stamps. These are listed below alongside with some facts:
- size: 8.5 x 11 inches
- background: white cardstock
- techniques: stamping, die-cutting, watercoloring, handwritten journaling
- frames: Framed Stamp Set
- date: 2017 Stamp Set
- words: More Than Words Stamp Set
- die-cut roses: Rose Filament Die Set
Stamp a background
Have you always wanted to stamp the background of a scrapbook page, but never really knew how? Framed might be an answer and also a great way to get started.
Let’s look at some details:
- The background paper is from the Reflection Scrapbook Collection.
- The frames are from the Framed Stamp Set.
- I used white stamp ink to stamp the background.
- The frames are decorated with enamel dots, stickers, chipboard stickers and thickers.
- I added handwritten journaling and black paint splatters.
Stamp a pattern
My final project is a mini journal. I stamped a pattern on the cover with one of the stamps from Framed and Crisp Inks from the Sea Shore Oval Set.
- Cut white cardstock (I used 4 x 12 inches), score and fold in the middle. Stack the pages.
- Use a stapler to ‘bind’ the pages. Alternatively, you can sew the pages with a sewing machine.
- Cut off access paper. The middle pages might be a bit longer after folding.
- Stamp the cover.
- Cover the inside pages with patterned paper from the Reflection Scrapbook Collection.
- Stamp Currently Stamp Set onto the pages. Stamp the month (with the date stamp from the Reflection Scrapbook Collection) and add a photo of that particular month.
I’m hoping that you like my stamp focus inspiration.
Have a good day,