Halloween and The Stamps of Life

Hey there, Stamp & Scrapbook Expo friends and fans, Becki here to share a layout with you that I created with an adorable stamp set from The Stamps of Life. To create this fun Halloween layout I used the Monsters 4 Celebrations stamp and die set. Those cute little stamped monsters were so fun and easy to create with the stamp and die set. I chose several different colors of patterned papers that coordinated with the stickers I wanted to use. Each monster is stamped in black ink. I knew these monsters would make an adorable little border below my photo and title. When I adhered the monsters, I made sure to add them in staggering heights. These crazy monsters couldn’t be adhered in a straight line. The stickers I used to complete this layout came from Doodlebug.The few elements I used from Doodlebug complimented the layout perfectly and let the cute little monsters shine! I added a long skinny journaling box below the monsters. The journaling is simply printed on basic white printer paper. Basic journaling went perfectly with this layout because it’s black and white. Now that Halloween is over, how will you document all your Halloween memories? Make sure to check out the Monsters 4 Celebrations stamp and die sets from The Stamps of Life. They’re the perfect products for documenting Halloween memories.

6 thoughts on “Halloween and The Stamps of Life

  1. Shelley Anselmi says:

    These little monsters are adorable! I especially like how their bright colors pop out against the black paper backdrop!

    • Becki Adams says:

      Thank you Shelley! I love the brightly colored monsters too! Thank you for stopping by the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo blog. ~Becki

    • Becki Adams says:

      Yes, Cathy, The Stamps of Life always has amazing products. I had so much fun playing with them. ~Becki

  2. Alma-Marie says:

    I am fascinated by how you had the vision to layer stamped images to create this LO. Stamping the eyes on white paper, cutting them out and placing them on image stamped in color was genius. I love the effect also love how you added embellishments to the stamped images. Staggering the heights was great too. Great job!

    • Becki Adams says:

      Awww…you’re so sweet. Thank you for your kind comments Alma-Marie! Thank you for stopping by the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo blog. ~Becki

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