Stamped title border strip for scrapbook pages

Stamped title border strip for scrapbook pages

Julie Heyer

Create an adorable stamped title for scrapbook pages with the Adirondacks small mason jar and a favorite font set.

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Stamped Title Tutorial

Stamp a row of small mason jars onto a 3x12" piece of watercolor or mixed media paper with Ash ink. Slightly overlap the jars.

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Stamp the word BLOOM (Milestones Font images) into the jars with Amethyst ink.

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Gather a variety of small floral images (Lavender Fields stamps, Vintage Botany stamps, and Stamped Bouquet stamps) and a Garden Shed butterfly. Note: To make stamping easier, I separated the Vintage Botany flower trio into three images.

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Add color to the flowers and stems with hybrid inks and stamp over the jars.

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Stamp the butterfly image, color the flowers, and add a shadow under the jars with a water brush and Distress Inks.

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Print a hybrid cutapart from the Lavender Fields collection.

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This strip makes the perfect title for this page featuring my youngest daughter. We had an exciting day watching a pod of Right Whales off the coast of Cape Cod. There was a girl with her face painting kit on the beach, and she offered to do Shannon's face for free! She was very talented.

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Happy title making!

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