Enough room

Hello stamping fans! Agata here to make a little show and tell post. Remember this album? Some time ago I made a stamped mini album cover for a friend of ours. I liked it so much (because it’s so easy!) that I made another one. This one is for my brother-in-law. That’s why I’ve chosen different colors, a bit more masculine. The cover was stamped with a dot from Seal it! set.

It makes about 4” square. Inside there’s an accordion made of cardstock and pictures of our kids and their cousins. Here it is open:

It’s not a huge album and pictures take most of the room on each page. But there’s still enough room to stamp around! Here I used the zipper stamp from Repeat After Me and the camera from Snapshot sets.

The next page samples two stamps from one of he new sets, Pixel Perfect. Doesn’t that tape look great?

For the page with little misses, I’ve added some color. :) I can also share a tip with you, something I’ve discovered while working on that album. I was always dismayed by the fact that after using chalk ink, clear stamps rest tinted even after cleaning. BUT! When you condition your stamps before inking with an eraser and clean your stamp right away with stamp cleaner, the color disappear almost completely!

Here’s the last page on which I’ve used a stamp from Bold Blocks set and a photo corner from Snapshot set. This one is so beautiful and makes great border, too!

Hopefully, this will inspire you to take out your stamps and use them even on a smallest piece of paper. Because there’s always enough room for myStamp BOX!

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  1. This is just wonderful!

  2. adorable!!! a perfect little gift for a grandparent as well. love it!!!

  3. Annette A. says:

    wow this is so amazing…I totally love it…

  4. Janet Zeppa says:

    What a sweet project!!

  5. Sue says:

    Love the colours on this, Agata!

  6. Isolde says:

    This is so cute! I’m sure they will love it.

  7. Virginia L. says:

    Beautiful project by Agata! Love the muted tone and stamping!

  8. Tiffany says:

    Oh, what a precious little album! The polka dots look so fabulous against the fabric and I’m enjoying all of the photos, what a keepsake!

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