Stamped Label Fun with Nancy Damiano

The Hazel Alphabet Stamp has the perfect sized typewriter font for any type of project—including pocket pages! Today, we have Nancy Damiano with us to share a colorful pocket page that includes lovely Hazel Alphabet stamped labels to notate her titles and create repetition on her page. Let’s take a look:
Hey there Elle fans! It’s Nancy here today with a look at the Hazel Alphabet Stamp. Let’s put it to work on a pocket page full of vacation memories!
Supplies | June 2018 Kit, Hello Happy Puffy Words, Hazel Alphabet Stamp, All the Details StampNoteworthy Double-Sided Journaling TagsNoteworthy Epoxy Stickers
The smaller size and typographic font of the Hazel Alphabet Stamp make it perfect for filling out all of those pretty little label die cuts in the monthly kits. I used dye based inks to get a clear, crisp stamped image every time.

The ink colors were coordinated to match the color in the labels from the June 2018 Kit. This gives it a custom look while giving the entire design a streamlined look. Each label describes the photo it’s placed on with the who or where of where it was taken.

Remember that you can also stamp right on the 4″ x 6″ tags, or even on the photos themselves. Just be sure to use Staz-On ink so that the titles don’t smear.

I love that the Hazel Alphabet Stamp has the look of a giant typewriter. It’s just big enough for bold titles, but small enough for all of those labels and fill in the blank tags in the monthly kits. Add some color and get busy stamping your titles out!

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