How small can you go?

I love to make mini albums, they’re so cute and decorative and great conversation books.  Occasionally though it can be a challenge to find ways to incorporate stamping on some of the pages when they’re so small.
This mini proved to be just that so I had to find cunning ways to use my favourite stamps…  |  read more »

Multiple Colors Challenge

Hello all…
Linda here inviting you to join the color challenge for this week. I love to incorporate multiple colors into my projects and sometimes just random colors are not necessarily bad thing to mix together.

This is the card that I specially created for this challenge;

In my card, I used two MyStampBox stamp sets, Oversized and…  |  read more »

Multi picture layout

I hope you had a creative weekend following National Scrapbooking Day on Friday! I did not get to do too much work done, since the weather in Toronto has been nice for once this Spring. We spend a lot of time outdoors (taking great pictures to be scrapped at a later time).
Here is one inspiration…  |  read more »

Easter Showcase

Spring and Easter are finally here and this weekend we are into pastel colours!
For most of us it was a challenge to work with these subtle hues, but the end products are all spectacular! Get inspired to leave your regular colour range and try out a new and different palette.

Marsha Valk stamped and embossed on…  |  read more »

Going Wild for Stamps!

Today I’m sharing a layout that I made with photos from our recent Disney trip. I managed to sneak four different sets of myStampBOX stamps on here – come see how I did it!

It’s fun to mix and match stamp sets. Here’s a closer look at where I used each stamp set:

Across the top of…  |  read more »

Oversized: Show and Tell

Today I’d like to share some projects made with the Oversized set of stamps from my Stamp BOX. It includes all standard forms of punctuation in a slightly distressed finish. Their bold size makes them ideal for use on scrapbook pages. Some of the images are left empty which leaves room for you to color them…  |  read more »