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Valentine Inspiration by Gab C
Using the x (kiss) and o (hug) stamps from the Making Memories Foam Stamps Love and some pink ink stamp onto the reverse of your paper and cut out by hand.
anna griffin and me and my big ideas patterned paper, bazzil cardstock, zig pen, bazzil button, Making Memories thread
Here Gab has used the Foam Stamps again with a twist - by photocoping and enlarging the stamps and using them as templates to cut out her patterened paper and corrugated cardboard - note the heart and the title. Gab does offer a caution here use only the letters that will flip ok when working on the reverse of your papers.
Materials used for this project
Lollipop shoppe basic grey papers, corrugated card board Making Memories foam stamps love, floral/ding bats, and mixed alphabet, Heidi Swapp rub ons, karen foster pearl brad, forever always bling star and ribbon, acrylic paint.
To ask Gab C any questions about her projects please email her on firstname.lastname@example.org
Each month we will select a product range that will form the major part of a scrap inspiration kit. A Design team member will get to play with the kit and share with you their inspiration to help you start your own project. This month Natalie has had her turn at inspiring us taking us from this pile of amazing product to this selection of awesome projects.
Natalies thoughts on the Kit "This kit was perfect for making a gift set for my husband for valentines day. I was instantly inspired to create the photo frame, and the layout and mini album came together so quickly because everything just matched so well - to finish i intend to make a card. Which i will post to the Gallery when completed"
"The photo frame took me two seconds to make. I cut out some book board and made it stand up by cutting a wedge in the back. I simply attached the photo and then used metal clips to keep it all together. I attached the ribbon with a staple and added the Heidi Swapp letters."
"The mini album was also very quick to make. I took two 12 x12 cardstock and folded them in half and then half again. I made two holes punched in the spine of the album and then ran string through the holes. I taped the edges (not the top) of the mini album but you could also use brads or eyelets and ribbon to seal the pages. I then covered the spine with ribbon. This style of mini album allows for tags to be hidden in the top opening or pocket, which is what I intend to do. I have my daughter’s artwork that I will attach to the tags and insert in the pockets. " "I look forward to seeing everyones completed works - I'm hoping choosing a winner will not be too hard"
To supply the creativity to complete a layout using the kit. To Upload your creation to the gallery by the end of the kits issuing month for all to be inspired.
Select a Design Family Member to judge the best creation, which will then win its creator next months kit for FREE.
To ask Natalie a question or to chat about the kit send her an email at email@example.com
To see more details of Nats projects check out the gallery , get inspired, go buy the kit,
then upload your kit projects for Natalie to vote on at the end of the month.