This month's stamp set, Wordplay, was designed by France Wisniewski of Banana Fish Studio. Perfect for the everyday documenter, this set features everything you'll need to record your unique story!
Combine versatile phrases with borders and labels. Capture an entire day with a variety of prompts. And don't miss the fun icons—perfect for pairing with photos, journaling, or on their own! Whether you add these stamps to your Traveler's Notebook or embellishment your scrapbook layout with them, this stamp set is great for any project!
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Check out all the inspiring ways the Creative Team is using this stamp set this month!
The Great Escape stamp subscription had so many great options all in one set, but I was totally drawn to the bold stamps and decided to build a TN spread around it. I always love documenting what I'm reading and watching and when I saw that the background of this TN spread totally matched my photo I knew it was meant to be. I created my own ombre ink color by stamping first in Coral Bay and then lightly touching just the edge of the stamp into Brick House. I love how it turned out.
I'm a sucker for a good label, so this set by France from Bananafishstudio gets a MAJOR thumbs up from me. I couldn't resist the opportunity to do a ROY G BOV stack of colors for this page. =)
I made this layout using a mix of the July Tn kit and the Stamp Sub. It went so well together.
The prompt pages in the TN Kit Insert are so perfect for documenting the everyday. Having recently started dating someone, I wanted to record the little changes in my daily routine. The Great Escape Stamp Sub helped me to add lines to journal, labels to note little details, and fun phrases. I also used the Great Escape Printable Stickers to add some final embellishments.
The phrase "eat sleep repeat" in this month's stamp subscription set describes my oldest perfectly—it seems like that's all he does! I snapped this photo of him cutting up some strawberries and it was a perfect match for this adorable fruit pattern. I used the stamp sub to stamp out some journaling lines and used my own (gasp!!) handwriting to add journaling.
This month's stamp subscription was so fun to use...partly because I designed it. ;) I'm a sucker for a fun stamped border. It's a great way to put those label and tiny words & icons to use.
I loved the circles at the top and bottom of this spread, and through it would be fun to use the labels from the stamp kit to continue the design. I chose a photo to represent morning and one for evening and places them in the middle, then used the stamps to fill in the space between the photos and the prompt circles.
For this spread I ran a row of items across the center of my notebook. Photos, paper, embellishments and journaling. This random grouping of items takes on a grid like feel on this page about an evening walk in the country with my son... and cat. LOL. (Seriously, weirdest cat ever).
The label stamp is from the Stamp Sub this month. Love using text and labels in small doses... they're just so versatile.
The Great Escape Stamp Subscription set is so versatile, it can be used for any kind of project! I created a weekly spread in a blank TN Insert using just the stamp set, some colorful ink, and pens. I used the label stamps to mark off the days of the week, as well as create a few spaces to note details and memories. I love how the bold word stamps give the page a modern look, while the line stamp provides a spot to make lists. I have everything I need for planning a productive week!