All the Details Stamping Tips with Laura Wilson

Laura Wilson loves stamping on her pocket page layouts, and today she’s sharing a soft and beautiful double-page spread, as well some awesome tips on how to make the most out of our latest 6″ x 8″ All the Details Stamp. We know you’ll love how she used this stamp!
 
Hi! I’m Laura and I’m excited to show you how I used the All the Details Stamp to create a scrapbook layout. Stamping is my FAVORITE technique for scrapbooking. I love that you can have one product with hundreds of ways to use it. I also love stamp sets with labels! I use labels on every single page, so having the ability to make as many labels and in whatever color I want is so great! The All the Details Stamp is so perfect for creating a variety of pages, titles, and other paper projects. I used the stamp set to create a pocket-page layout for my first week of 2018.
 

 
Supplies | February 2018 Kit, Counting Steps Journaling TagsFamily Fun 6″ x 6″ Paper StackAll the Details Stamp
 
At the top of every page in my weekly album, I add a label with the dates for the week. I used the rectangle label stamp with black ink to create my label. To create the journaling tag, I used the “adventures ahead” sentiment and pink ink to create a repeating pattern onto plain white cardstock. Stamping with the same stamp over and over is a fun way to make your own patterned journaling tags.
 

 
For me, my scrapbooks are all about documenting the details of my life. I have terrible memory, so remembering special events and dates is important. In my album, I love to add dates to my photos. I don’t always date every photo, but I like to add them to ones with people, my dog, and special memories so I don’t have to figure out the exact date again later. The label stamp in this set was a little large for the date stamp I have, but the “currently” stamp was perfect! I used the right side of the label stamp, leaving off the word “currently,” and stamped with blue and pink ink to make small date labels, stapling them to the photos. That stamp was so perfect for adding the date! It’s fun to use stamps in different ways by only using part of it.
 

 
Another fun way to use stamps is by using them to edit tags or embellishments that don’t work for what you need. I love the journaling tag from the February Kit that had the question marks and exclamation points at the top, but I didn’t have anything that exciting going on during this week in my album—plus it wasn’t working with this color scheme. However, the lines on that journaling tag were perfect for adding text to my page. I simply used the rectangle label again to make my own embellishment to cover up the question marks and exclamation points at the top of the journaling tag.
 

 
This stamp set was so fun to work with! I love that I was able to use it in so many different ways on this page. Do you love stamping too? If you’re new to stamping, I encourage you to try to think outside of the box with your stamps and use them in new ways! Try the repeating pattern, only using part of a stamp, and using them to change other products to match your page design!
 

 

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