Stamps and Labels. | Picket Fences.

Hello friends!

It’s Kylie back with you all and today Celine and myself are sharing some projects created with the Picket Fences kit with a focus on Stamps and Labels. You can create some really unique layered effects by layering stamps and labels together. They are also a great way for adding smaller sub titles to a page or for drawing the eye to an important detail of focus.To begin with let’s take a look at a stunning project Celine has created. Because the TN Memory Keeping kit is so versatile, she has created a 12″ x 12″ layout for us today! There is so much creativity with her design and she writes:

In this page 30×30, I used the stamps of the week to do a color sampling. I used several stamps in labels but on the bottom also.

There is so much detail in the background of Celine’s layout, all created with stamping techniques.Let’s take a closer look!

By clever use of labels and stamping helps really draws your eye to the title of Celine’s page.

I had fun creating a page spread in my May TN featuring some stamping and layered labels also. I began by adding a background paper to the left side of my TN, cut slightly smaller than page size so it has a small border. I adhered it into my TN with double sided tape so it sat nice and flat.(I chose a double grid page for this layout, hence why I added a background page.) I’ve framed my journaling and photo with some of the die cuts from the Classified Memory Keeping kit.

I’ve used a circular label here to add a stamped sub title to my page.

The weekly check box stamp was perfect for adding a date to my page. I have used one of the elongated labels to support the base of my photo here.The decorative edge stamp was used to create a border to the top and base of my page.

We hope you have enjoyed seeing our projects today!

Kylie and Celine.

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