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Love You Scrapbook Page

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This rubber stamp project is easy to make as a gift or home decoration.  Use kids' photos, as pictured, or try it out with pet photos, wedding photos, or just cute couple photos.

I Love You Scrapbook Page

Materials:

  • Brush Stroke Alphabet and Beyond the Basics stamps from Stampin' Up
  • Lilac and fuchsia stamp pads (Stampin? Up)
  • Treasure Tape heart shapes
  • Diamond Beadlets®
  • Curvy-edged scissors (Fiskars)
  • Kreinik 1/16" Ribbon in 026 Amethyst, 024 Fuchsia, 242HL Magenta Sunset
  • 1/4" Treasure Tape
  • 8" x 10" red cardstock (Stampin Up)
  • 8" x 10" white cardstock (Stampin Up)
  • 8" x 10" pink cardstock (Stampin Up)
  • Scrap of red cardstock (Stampin Up)
  • Scrap of purple cardstock (Stampin Up)
  • Large heart punch (Stampin Up)
  • Tray or Shallow Pan
  • Three photos, cut to be 3" x 2"

Steps:

  1. Cut your white cardstock to be 1/4" shorter on all sides than the 8" x 10" red cardstock. Cut one side of the white paper with the curved-edged scissors.
     
  2. Punch five hearts from the pink cardstock. Place a Treasure Tape heart on each. Remove the red liner to expose the sticky top, and decorate each heart with a different color of 1/16" Ribbon. Make random patterns, curls, and loops. When thread decorating is complete, lay the heart in a shallow pan and cover remaining sticky areas with Diamond Beadlets. Set aside.
     
  3. Cut your scraps of pink, red and purple cardstock to be 1/4" larger on all sides than your photos. Cut one side of each scrap with the curved-edged scissors. Lay a piece of 1/4" Treasure Tape next to the curved edge of each scrap paper. Remove the red liner to expose the sticky top, and decorate with 1/16" Ribbon. When thread decorating is complete, lay the paper in a shallow pan and cover remaining sticky areas with Diamond Beadlets. Using 1/4" strips of red liner Treasure Tape, attach each photo to these scraps.
     
  4. Stamp the confetti heart image randomly on the page using the fuchsia stamp pad.
     
  5. Stamp "I Love You!" on the top of the page using the lilac ink.
     
  6. Using glue or extra heart tape shapes, attach each of your decorated hearts along the left side of the page.
     
  7. Using scraps of Treasure Tape, attach your photo cards down the right side of your page.
     
  8. Using strips of Treasure Tape, attach the white paper to the red cardstock, leaving 1/4" of red exposed on three sides. On the fourth side, featuring the curvy border, lay a strip of 1/4" tape. Remove the red liner to expose the sticky part and decorate with a color of 1/16" Ribbon. Lay the paper in your tray and cover remaining sticky areas with Diamond Beadlets.

Kreinik threads available through needlework stores or www.kreinik.com.

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