Stampin’ Up! scrapbooking pages

Have you ever been stuck for inspiration for a scrapbooking page? I’ve been in a little bit of a scrapbooking rut of late.

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This is a really simple layout with only strips of Designer Paper Series paper and a few embellishments but I really like the effect.

I’m including a few detailed shots of the layout too. I love the Hearts a flutter stamp set and framelits and I use them all the time. You can see a post here where I show you how to use the framelits. They are even easier to use now with the magnetic platform. 2013-06-15 scrapboking page 002
You can purchase Hearts a flutter stamp set here and the framelits here.

These photos are of my daughter from a few years ago. I have always loved them because I think they capture her personality perfectly. My journaling tries to convey that message.

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I am not a person who likes their handwriting, with good reason too however I would love to have more of my grandmother’s handwriting and that’s what drives me to include more of my handwriting in my pages. I was given copies of some of my grandmother’s love letters to my grandfather and it was just wonderful reading her words in her handwriting. I hope my grandkids will enjoy reading my words.

Have you got copies of your relatives writing? Do you treasure it? I know I do.


  1. Very nice page! I often wonder why more people don’t use Stampin’ Up papers to make scrapbook pages, I get that isn’t the core of their operation but the papers are quite lovely.

  2. I like this page, especially the ‘love’ tickets, and the hand-written journaling. I don’t like my handwriting either, but I hand-write all my journaling because I feel like it makes the pages more my own. x

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