Today I have a layout to share with you using more delicious goodies from the Heidi Kit. For this project I wanted a mustard/black and white colour combination with just a touch of blue to compliment my photos…and I wanted to use the awesome Heidi stamp set!
To start with I bordered my white cardstock background with the black and white diamond patterned paper. I found some mustard coloured thread in my stash and used it to stitch around my cardstock and the largest tag from the Story Tags pack with my sewing machine.
Next it was time to stamp! I absolutely LOVE the Heidi stamp set and wanted to use as many stamps as I could on my tag. The positive words and phrases were just perfect for this layout! I ended up using nine of the stamps on the tag stamped in black ink. I added a blue reinforcer sticker to the top of the tag along with some mustard yellow twine from my stash leaving a long tail, then layered the tag onto the mustard coloured designer pocket.
Below the tag I layered some scrunched vellum under my two square photos then created a little cluster to the bottom right with the die cut flowers and two little tassels threaded onto some white twine.
The 'remember' and 'happy' die cuts were then adhered underneath the photos. I found some yellow ink in my stash that matched the mustard in the kit so I stamped 'you rock' from the stamp set onto some white cardstock and cut it out with a circle punch to add to the left of my photos. I couldn't help but add the fun little curly arrow die cut too.
The long tail of twine was secured into place with some staples and a few dots of glue, then I added some black paint splatters.
Finally, to add a little more mustard colour to the top left of the page I cut a small piece of the scalloped mustard branding strip from the solid colour paper and tucked it under the top left edge of the white cardstock.
If you would like to watch how I put this page together the process video is below…
I love that the Heidi stamp set provided all the journalling I needed for this layout…and that I ended up using 10 stamps! I hope this inspires you to use your stamps on your next page too. I'll see you again soon!