Saturday, March 3, 2012

Creative Elements Stamp set

Scrapbooking is just like making a card only you add photos.
I am a self taught scrapper and have been scrapbooking for over 20 years with my love for parchment craft and stamping card making they all go hand in hand.
Being a Stampin' Up Demonstrator has given me time to work on my scrapbooking as well as sharing it with others.

Step 1 Is to work out your your main colour
I have chosen Crumb Cake its a great Neutral
base to stamp on so have cut out two 6' x6' layouts.
Step 2 Is to work out your Stamp set your going to using I am using Creative Elements
Step 3 Is to work out your Ink your going to use.
I am using Early Espresso
Step 4 Stamp image into two corners as in the photo.

Step 5
Next Using the Big Shot and Petal Cone and Old olive Card stock run through the big shot as in the photo.
This is a Die Cut used at a Stampin Up Event
and I fell in love with it.
If you don't have a big shot and would like one host a on line workshop with me.
Go around to your friends and get there orders tell them your having an on line workshop with me. If your orders are over $600.00 in sales you will receive free product. $100 to spend and one 1/2 price item.
So you can receive your big shot for $75.00at 1/2 price and $100 spending on any of the other big shot products. Also to the end March we have sale. a.bration check out my Stampin Up site and have a look at all the catalogue love to help you get started in scrapbooking or card making email me if you would like to do a workshop on line.

Step 6 Now run the die cut through the perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder as in the Photo

Step 8 stamp out the words using marina mist ink on marina mist card stock then using 13/4 circle punch as in the photo

Step 9 Using the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border
punch as in photo to right in marina mist card

Step 10 stamp out border stamp on the old olive card In early espresso ink or you can use a marker or stamp spot inks as in the photo

You may wont to use a stamp-a-ma-jig to help line up your stamp on the card stock.

Tip:- when using a small piece of card use a very small amount of snail adhesive so it dose net move when using stamp-a-ma-jig

Step 11 Stamp out frame border in early espresso ink then cut out around as in photo

Follow in the photos to put all your pieces together don't forget you can change it to how you wont this is a shared layout that stampin up shared with us

As you can see in photo what it looks like at the end or you have to do is add your photo.

I hope you have fun making this layout as I have done.

this was are 1st Scrapbook layout we put together in February

don't forget to add your word

Happy Stamping Teresa xx

1 comment:

Stamping Shanni said...

Love this project Teresa! You make such lovely stuff.

Stamping Shanni xx