Glad you could join us today! If this is your first blog hop, know that it is just one big loop of crafty, fun ideas for paper crafting as you visit each of the connected blogs. If you are coming from Maureen's blog, you are on the right path. If you are starting here, just look for the link at the end of my post to Alyson's blog (and successive posts) to see which blog to visit next.
Doodled Borders is a great set for creating texture on cardstock or patterns on cards or other mixed media work.
I used this stamp set to create tone on tone texture on cardstock for my scrapbook layout using paper from the Happiness Lives Here paper pack.
This layout is pretty plain yet because I'm not sure what I'm going to use it for, however, I did like the way I could use so many of the different doodling pieces for this layout. Here's a few close up shots so you can see the sections were I used the stamp images.
One of my favorite images was this stamp that made the scrolled banners.
Here you see the curly loops on the Smoothie cardstock, the lined image on the Blue Belle cardstock, the repeated dots on the bottom border of both the journaling card and the bottom of the page, as well as another scrolled banner on the journaling card.
Doodled Borders is available only through the month of February. After seeing all the great ideas in this blog hop, you're going to want to add this stamp of the month to your collection. Remember, those of you who signed up as one of my VIP customers and purchase $50 or more, get this stamp set FREE in addition to many other perks of being a VIP customer. Otherwise you can purchase this set for $18.95, or get it for only $5 with a qualifying order of $50(US) through your Close To My Heart Maker or you can find it here.
Thanks for stopping by today.
Join me as we hop on to see the creative ideas featuring the
February Stamp of the Month on Alyson's blog.
Be sure to visit the other consultants who have joined in this blog hop for lots of new product inspiration. If for some reason you get lost along the way, you can find the entire list of participating consultants on Melinda's blog to get back on track.
Great use of that banner!ReplyDelete
Loved the borders and bannersReplyDelete
Kathy, great idea for the banners! I have to try this.ReplyDelete
Cute page and I love how you created some of your own paper and love the banners. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love the use of that scrolled banner stamp!ReplyDelete
Love how you used that scroll!ReplyDelete
Thanks for showing the close up. I missed a lot of those details at first glance. GREAT layout!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful layout! I love how you created zip strip-like embellishments.ReplyDelete
Lovely layout, great use of the stamps to make our own patterned paper.ReplyDelete
Cute use of that scroll banner!ReplyDelete