There’s a fun way to dress up your scrapbook pages….create a border from stamps. I used the long butterfly stamp image from the retired A Little Bit of Happiness stamp set for this page. Start on the left side of your cardstock and stamp the image. Continue stamping the same image to the right until you reach the end of the cardstock. Now trim the cardstock so that you make a strip, or border. Our Stamp-a-Ma-Jig will help ensure that your stamps are perfectly placed in a straight line.
I had this finished page sitting out at a demonstrator retreat and several people commented that they liked the wheel I used. I had to point out that I had in fact used a stamp to create the strip.
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Stamp sets: a little bit of happiness, tall tales alphabet, tag alphabet (all retired); Inks: night of navy, almost amethyst, certainly celery, lavender lace; Cardstock: night of navy, lavender lace, almost amethyst, lavender lace, whisper white; Embellishments: whisper white 1/4” grosgrain ribbon, vintage brads; Tools: stamp-a-ma-jig