It’s a brand new month and, boy, do we have some fine new stamps in the house!
The Brooklyn and By The Numbers stamps have been a KBS fave amongst y’all for some time now. And I’m so excited to finally introduce the complementary outline version of the same stamps. Use them individually or together, It’ll be awesome either way.
You can find all the Brooklyn and By The Numbers stamps here.
Now through Labor Day, you can save 15% on these new babies as well as the standard ones.
I know, right?
And to top off this fine introduction, we have Miss Sheree here today to show us how she used them.
One word: love.
Take a look.
Not only did she use the brand new stamps in a most excellent way–Book Week….hello! But she accented her photo and journaling with many other stamps to make this beautiful spread! This is why I love stamps. You can use them repeatedly for all sorts of accents and make each one unique, like it was store-bought. I adore all the accents she made. And how she used the A Good Book border? gasp!
Let’s hear what Sheree has to say:
Every year our primary school celebrates Book Week and part of that celebration involves a Book Character Day where the kids can come to school dressed as a book character. Madison chose to go as one of the twins from her favourite book series called Scarlett and Ivy. This event is always so much fun!
To document these photos I knew the A Good Book cut file would be perfect to use! I resized it to fit across the bottom of my traveler’s notebook pages before cutting them with my Silhouette. The yellow patterned paper behind the cut pieces helps them to stand out on the page. For the rest of the spread I stamped up phrases and labels from a variety of Kerri Bradford stamp sets including the awesome new Brooklyn SM Outline, It’s A Date, Hello Life, Label Maker, Defined, Nowadays and Hocus Pocus. I love how versatile these stamps are and that you can mix and match them to suit almost any occasion!
And here’s a video to show how she put it all together: