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Glitter Girl Adventure 150: Stamped in the Centre

Scrapbooking with Stamps - Glitter Girl video 150 - scrapbook page by Shimelle Laine

I try to use my stamps when I scrapbook, but I find I’m just using something faded into the background and then maybe a small design scattered here and there. I would love to make my favourite stamps more of a feature on my pages, but I’m not sure how to compose the rest of the page. Glitter Girl, can you help?

Of course she can. Try a simple composition of two photos and one stamp that you can put right in the centre!

Unfortunately the Hero Arts coffee cup stamp I used is quite old and I haven’t found it online with a quick search. There are many coffee stamps currently available though, from Hero and other manufacturers, like this selection. The papers are all old too, I’m afraid! Cosmo Cricket, October Afternoon, and Sassafras, though the grey coffee cup paper is still available in the True Stories 6×6 pad. You might find you have these older items in your stash, but if not, don’t fret: it’s easy to substitute the types of patterns that are there: find a dot, a small and a large floral, and some single colour patterns like a check or swirl design, and they will go together in exactly the same way.

Scrapbooking with Stamps - Glitter Girl video 150 - scrapbook page by Shimelle Laine


15 March 2017



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8 Comments for Glitter Girl Adventure 150: Stamped in the Centre

  1. Marie Says:

    Woohoo…congrats on 150 episodes GG :) All of them are brilliant!!!

  2. Deborah Says:

    I heart this layout so much! BTW, I found the stamp you used at Simon Says Stamp.

  3. Becky Says:

    Just loved this episode! Couldn’t wait to have a play and made a layout this afternoon.

  4. Carol Says:

    Shimelle, Thinking of you after the awful attack in London this past week. Praying for the survivors and for the families and friends of the victims.

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  6. Sherelm Says:

    I have one little thing that has bothered me since you posted this video ( I yelled No to you from the states but I guess you couldn’t hear me)
    Each time I visit I see if you saw it, but… Ok, where you tucked the red flowers under the band on the coffee cup, it wouldn’t look like that in real life, it would either be behind, or in front, or wrapping around the cup. See it?

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    Your design is such an awesome, This is a great idea of making the scrapbook because it is simple to make and it is looking nice. My friend who I often call to buy assignment service for me is style conscious and wants to get her daughter ready to make scrapbook in a unique way, I will share this idea with her. Please share more scrapbook making ideas for students for a birthday photos, have anyone a new idea?

  8. HTML COLOR Says:

    Thank you for your analysis. It is new and different aspects I know before. Looking forward to reading more of your posts

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