Welcome to the Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!! This month we are featuring September’s Stamp of the Month ~ FAMILY IS FOREVER (S1409) a set of 7.
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This stamp set works well for both cards and scrapbook layouts. Here is a layout I designed using this stamp set.
For this layout I chose the Pathfinding paper pack as it really fit the time of year for my layout. I have always loved seeing layouts with some doodling so I decided to be be brave and add a border around the layout. One of the things I like about this stamp set is the words are a great size to work as a tittle for your layout. I also really like the heart and decided to add a little texture and color to the image.
After stamping the heart in Chocolate pigment ink I then added Clear embossing powder to the stamped image. If you a re not aware when you stamp with pigment ink it takes a little longer to dry as the ink stays on top of your cardstock instead of being absorbed into the paper. This works to your advantage when you want to heat emboss and image. Normally you would need to stamp over the image with a versa mark pad to get embossing powder to stick but since I was using the pigment inks, I was able to get the embossing powder to grip to the pigment ink. Once it was heat embossed I used our new Shin Han markers to add a little color.
CTMH Supplies used for this project:
- Pathfinding Paper Pack
- Cardstock – Champagne, Glacier & Chocolate
- Stamp Set ~ Family is Forever
- Shin Han Markers ~ Turquoise Blue, Leaf Green & Sap Green
- Embelishments ~ Bronze Shimmer trim, Clear Embossing powder, Brown and Tan Sparkles
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