Lake Side Adventure

July 13, 2016 0 Comments

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Hello!  Chris here and today I would like to share my layout that I created using Dare 2 B Artzy’s brand new On the Dock Stamp set!  I was so excited to get my new stamps, I sat down and immediately did a bunch of sketches using the new sets!

To create this layout I started by adding a background block using the Artzy Doodles paper. I then created a border strip by stamping the Lake Word block using the Paradise ink. I matted the stamped border using the coordinating Artzy Doodles paper. I added the photo mats to the background. I stamped the dock directly onto my layout, and stamped then fussy cut the oars.   Both of these were colored with a combination of Copic (YR04, BG45) and Spectrum Noir (TN3, TN5, IB5) Markers.

I created the title block by stamping the words Lake and then I snuck in the “adventure” stamp from another brand new set called Live Love Lake!

I hope you are inspired to use stamps on you layouts as well as cards!

 





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