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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Using pattern stamps on layouts with Maya

Hello Samantha Walker fans! 

This is Maya and today I am sharing with you few ideas how to use pattern stamps on your layouts.

My son Eli came back from his first day at school with big paper star that he absolutely loved. I wanted to use stars on the layout and found them in the JustRite Pattern Basics stamp set by Samantha.

I used the stars and the tickets stamps.

I stamped rows of stars on a scrap of silver paper and cut them apart. They will be the background for the picture.

The tickets stamp is one big stamp with three rows of tickets. I wanted only the top row so I stamped the tickets pattern twice on a piece of red cardstock and cut off the top row of tickets. I than stamped them again on the back side of the paper strip. 

I colored some of the stars with metallic blue marker. "Remember" tag is cut out of "Giddy Up"  patterned paper, mounted on a piece of dark blue paper and cut out again.

I wrapped the ticket strip around small pencil and used it as a base for the title.

This stamp sets coordinates perfectly with the "Giddy Up" boy collection that I used to make this layout. Thank you for stopping by and I hope I inspired you to take out those pretty stamps out of their packages and just use them!


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