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Stamped titles for scrapbook pages

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In case you didn’t see it late last night on the Frog Blog, we’re starting a new series of videos all about stamping titles on your scrapbook pages. We asked what you wanted to see, and it turns out I’m not the only one with a heap of letter stamps at the ready! So we’re going to walk you through a variety of techniques that focus on the title for your pages. This first instalment starts right at the beginning, with letters stamped in plain black ink on plain white cardstock, then cut out and used just like letter stickers or Thickers.

Coming up in the series, we’ll be sharing stamped titles with embossing, punching, resist techniques, masking and more. I hope you enjoy, and I’d love to see the pages you’re making with letter stamps. Share a link in the comments if you’d like us to check out your pages!


24 June 2010

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8 Comments for Stamped titles for scrapbook pages

  1. Carrie Says:

    Oh cool – sounds great! I love the look but haven’t tried yet. TFS! Off to watch!

  2. alissa Says:

    love that alpha set!
    love the page..

  3. Zahra Says:

    Lovely page, lovely stamps – particularly like the high speed stamping/cutting in the video!!

  4. Joanne Crossland Says:

    What a great idea…Ive got a few sets of alphabet stamps, will give it a go!

  5. SharonS Says:

    Great tutorial, I too have a lot of letter stamps and this will help me use them!! Can’t wait for the next one.

  6. Lizzie Says:

    Lovely – thanks for the video and good ideas!

    I like stamping my layout titles – a good way to colour-match the lettering. (but I still also like those sticky-backed chipboard letters… they’re so tactile and gorgeous!)

  7. Kirsteen Says:

    Great tutorial – I particularly liked the high speed cutting and sticking too :) Kx

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