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Here’s a nice and easy challenge to get us started this Sunday – our third and final day of the summer online crop.

Use at least one stamp in your project! Scrapbook page, card, tag, or something else. If you’re a digi artist, use a brush to qualify as your stamp, or any digital element that has a stamp-like look.

Take a picture of your project and upload it to an online page gallery or your blog, then leave a link in the comments on this post to share what you made. See this post for details and deadlines (you have until bright and early Tuesday morning – UK time – to post your link).

One randomly selected entry will win a set of Banana Frog stamps, so don’t miss out on your chance at a great prize!

Happy stamping!

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15 August 2010



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18 Comments for Scrapbooking with stamps

  1. Manda Says:

    Another card my small supply of stamps (not sure why the uploaded photo is missing the left-hand edge!)

  2. Julie Says:

    Yet another challenge my pink page qualifies for. But I really should do something else!

  3. Mary Bainbridge Says:

    Here is mine

    Digi LO
    the ‘stamp’ sheep is one I googled for and took out the bkgd and colour making it an outline stamp. I also broke up the hardness but putting a pattern transparency over it.
    Title font is First Order
    journalling on plaque is Arial narrow

  4. Karen Says:

    my effort is here somewhere

    http://icouldbescrapbookinginstead.blogspot.com/2010/08/one-with-even-more-layouts-for-shimelle.html

  5. helen Says:

    Only used one stamp! But it’s one I’ve not used before, so that’s a result! First LO in this post:

    http://nerllybird.typepad.com/

  6. Jo Says:

    Not had much time to play along this weekend but this challenge was right up my street

    http://mrsbeee.blogspot.com/2010/08/on-line-crop.html

  7. Anne Says:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/anniechops/4896777335/

  8. maja Says:

    Hei hei! I made a birthdaycard and some cute tags with norwegian stamps. Have a look here!

  9. Carolyn Phillips Says:

    I made an open card (no specific occasion) for this challenge. Almost the last in this post…
    http://messmuddleandfun.blogspot.com/2010/08/summer-crop-scrapbooking.html

  10. Helen Overton Says:

    Here’s my tag using Banana Frog Shimelle’s Background stamp:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/furrylittlemonster/4898856982/

  11. Lisa-Jane Johnson Says:

    A very quick card using a new stamp. http://comeinsidemycrazyhead.blogspot.com/2010/08/some-more-images-from-cyber-crop-with.html

  12. Susan Roh Says:

    just stamped to add some texture to my layout.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/53078071@N03/4899247832/

  13. CoCo Says:

    I’ll admit it, I’m scared of stamps! Ok, it’s said! So I just used my favourite background stamp on a special card. I aspire to greater stamping things…

    http://galwaygirl-scrapping.blogspot.com/2010/08/another-weekend-of-craftyness.html

  14. Olivia Says:

    Just uploaded my layout here:
    http://mylifeinascrapbook.blogspot.com/2010/08/stamping.html

  15. Peggy Says:

    As they say on Blue Peter, here’s one I made earlier. I made this LO on Sunday whilst, unbeknown to me, there was a crop goin’ on over at Shimelle’s. Anyway, here’s my LO with stamping.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ppilgrim/4899618710/

  16. Jimjams Says:

    Finally got around to using a great set of number stamps from Melissa Frances to make a list tag for future use:

  17. Emily Says:

    Here is my entry: https://www.me.com/gallery/#100123

  18. hnery Says:

    Now it is the time when we all can be getting some clash royale free gems online and for my wish here are some of the tricks online.

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