Samantha here today, and I’m super excited to share my project with you today! 🙂
I’m sharing a fun way you can use all of those little images in the stamp sets we have to create a focal point, or in this case, a title for my scrapbook page! 🙂
To start, I used Ken Oliver Color Bursts to create some watercolor panels!
That watercolor powder literally explodes with color and messy goodness when wet!
While the watercolor panels were drying, I printed out the letters to my title on some computer paper. These will just be masks that I will use later to create my title! So no worries, they don’t have to be anything fancy at all! 🙂
Then, using the background images from Adventure Awaits, Craft Night, Elements, Nod to Mod and Between You and Me, I stamped different areas of the watercolored panels in black ink! I made sure to cover enough surface area with the stamping to cover the area of a letter:
Then, using repositionable adhesive, I attached the printed letters and cut out!
Once the letters were cut out, it was just a matter of creating my scrapbook page!
I stitched on my letters, simply because I like the look of the stitching over the letters! And I kept the embellishing minimal, since the focus of the page is the title and the photo! 🙂
I did add some texture by adding some embossing paste through a polka dotted stencil!
So that’s my project!
And please don’t be turned off, if you’re not a scrapbooker – this same technique can be applied to adding stickers in a planner or a sentiment to a card! 🙂
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