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Scrapbooking with Banana Frog stamps

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I remember a time when I said I would never buy stamps. Just too much to get into… And man, was I wrong! Now stamps are one of my favourite supplies and I get so excited for something new or a new way to use an older design.

Your challenge is to create a scrapbook page or card with stamps. Take a picture and upload it to your blog or page gallery. Leave a link in the comments here to enter.

One randomly chosen entry will win a set of Banana Frog stamps.

Entries close at 6am UK time Monday morning.

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18 April 2010



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28 Comments for Scrapbooking with Banana Frog stamps

  1. Anso Says:

    I’ve been playing with stamps:

    Loving Life

  2. Carolyn Says:

    I wasn’t one for stamps, but now I wouldn’t be without them.

  3. Tracy Fox Says:

    I have also very recently re-discovered stamping, so I don’t have many to play with yet, but I was given this gorgeous stamp by a frind a few days ago and I’ve been itching to use it, so I made a card this time.

    http://urbanblog-tianne.blogspot.com/2010/04/sunday-2-pm.html

  4. Scrapdolly Says:

    Thank you for making me did out more stamps – I used Banana Frog stamps and Autumn leaves

    Here is” BLOOM “:http://dollysdreamings.typepad.com/dollys_dreamings/

  5. lisa Says:

    I don’t use stamps as often as maybe I should, great prompt!
    I used Circus Stories.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/21446162@N02/4531359368/

  6. Wendy Says:

    Definately don’t do enough stamping. A wonderful friend in the states gave me these stamps when she knew we would be renewing our vows in Animal Kingdom Lodge Orlando :O)

    http://wendy-technophobicnotme.blogspot.com/2010/04/after-finally-getting-up-got-my-nose-in.html

  7. EllenC Says:

    I chose another art journal page for this challenge. Loved using the swirl designs all over as a background!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/32860863@N07/4531009827/

  8. Gemma Says:

    mine’s a wedding card, using stazon on acetate, layered over patterened vellum. Find it HERE

  9. emy Says:

    This is one of the cards I’ve been making this weekend as invites for my son’s Thanksgiving service. The word “celebrate” is stamped :)
    http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/gallery/member/158909-emyb/1617088-celebrate-card/?c=t

  10. Mel Says:

    I love stamps! My card was inspired by one on the Banana Frog blog; you can see it here: http://ispeakmelsh.blogspot.com/2010/04/almost-partied-out.html

  11. Jacky Scales Says:

    I love stamps.,a href-“http://scrappyjackylive.blogspot.com/2010/04/partys-still-going-on.html”>here’s mine</a>

  12. Alaina Says:

    It’s the second layout on this post.

    http://gluedotsandglitter.blogspot.com/2010/04/another-day-of-challenges.html

  13. Alaina Says:

    It’s the 2nd layout on this post.

    http://gluedotsandglitter.blogspot.com/2010/04/another-day-of-challenges.html

  14. Carolyn Says:

    I love stamps. I have used Autumn Leaves and Banana Frog and my LO can be found at 2Peas :

    http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/gallery/member/323824-scrappycarrie/1617066-stamp-challenge/?c=t

  15. Pamela J Elliott Says:

    I also like using stamps. I used a trees stamp and then used it again, lightly, to form a reflection.
    http://www.studiocalico.com/forums/galleries/show/23044

  16. Madeline Says:

    Here is mine, Happy I got to do a few of the challenges

    http://madelineas-itiswhatitis.blogspot.com/2010/04/stamp-challenge.html

  17. Daphne Says:

    this is mine with lots of lighthouse stamps

  18. nan.sinclair Says:

    I made a card for this challenge, used WRMK stamps.

    http://kittyscrapper-nancy.blogspot.com/2010/04/last-lo-challenges.html

  19. Annie M Says:

    Admittedly, not a lot of stamping going on, but I needed to make this card and decided to combine it with the challenge.

    http://geminidreamer12.blogspot.com/2010/04/sunday-2-pm-challenge.html

  20. katharina Says:

    MY STAMP-CHALLENGE and ADVENTURE SUBMISSION! (;

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/kat78/4531996977/in/photostream/

    Love love love it!

    Except for the bad photo-quality – only had my phone…

  21. Rachel Says:

    Here’s some cards I have created using a brushes from the house of 3 web site, Rachel from The Greetings Farm (on the birthday girl card) and some rubber stamps.

    Click here for them

  22. furrypig Says:

    Hi I have made a little Lo and a stamp a friend gave me (wish I could remember who as it is so cute!)
    http://chattycraftyartypig.blogspot.com/2010/04/more-from-shimelles-crop-party.html

  23. Peggy Says:

    Total stamp addict here. No Banana Frog stamps (yet), but I’d love to have some. Thanks for the opportunity to play with my stamps, Shimelle.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ppilgrim/4532255669/sizes/m/

  24. Jennifer Says:

    I’m an occassional stamper, have quite a few but tend to just use one now and then. It was good to challenge myself to use a few on one project, here it is:

    hugs, cuddles, kisses

  25. Nicole Says:

    Oh dear, I’m so not good at stamping… Good stamp, good Staz-on but still did not get the full image :)
    New Home

  26. Cathy Weber Says:

    I love using stamps for scrapbooking. I am making a series of baby books for my nieces and have been posting pics as I complete the pages. Glad to have found your blog.
    emptynestcrafter.blogspot.com

  27. NancyLee Says:

    Love stamps and Distress ink so I’d like to share here my all time fave tag which is inked and embossed.

  28. Ruth Says:

    stamping happy birthday for my great nephew.. layout is in gallery

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