I love this notebook that I received as part of some swag from a meeting. The covers were made out of thin wood and had a company logo from Instagram® embossed on the front. I collected a few books and gave them a new look by adding a strip of a tightly woven burlap and some pretty leaves to give it an autumn vibe. The leaves I made by using Tim Holtz distress inks, stencils, and some Spellbinders die cuts. Collage medium was used to attach the burlap that covered the embossed logo. Stampin Up dimensionals were used to attach the leaves. I’m happy with the way they turned out!
I was just going through some pictures on my phone and thought I would share this one with you! This tag was made using a vintage Betty Boop rubber stamp that I’ve had for probably 20 years. Ranger’s Manila Craft Tags are the perfect blank surface to stamp and use Tim Holtz Distress Inks on. The smooth finish is great for all types of mediums and the cardstock holds up well with ink & water. I made this card for my friend Dorine, who I know loves vintage things as much as I do!
Unity Stamp Company offers such great designs. I loved making cards with the stamp sets “Huge Possibilities” and “Radiate the World”! Unity has a wide variety of rubber stamps in lots of styles, themes, and sizes including single sentiment stamps for less than 2 bucks! The quality of their stamps is exceptional and they have great customer service. Check them out on Instagram for ideas and inspiration!
Happy Blog Anniversary! I can’t believe that today marks the 5th anniversary of my blog. I started forkeepssake.net as a place to share papercrafts that I love to make. I hope you love it as much as I love sharing my creations with you.
Today I want to share this super cute superhero tag I made. This clear rubber stamp is from Totally Stampalicious. I’m glad I have a few of their stamp sets since they have unfortunately gone out of business. I made this tag for a fellow associate in my office who is truly Wonder Woman! The hashtag image is from Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous, and the layering stencil is Rays, also from Tim Holtz.
Thanks so much for your support, commenting on my blog, and helping me reach a personal goal – it means a lot to me. Being a blogger has been a fun little journey! Have a great rest of the weekend.
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