A Sweet Summer Sentiments Scrapbook Page using the Simple Stories Simple Vintage
Coastal Scrapbook Collection and Maker’s Movement Summer Sentiments Stamp and Die Set.
It’s been a while since I’ve done any scrapbooking.
I thought last year’s pictures from our vacation to Myrtle Beach might be a great
place to start. (I’ve been meaning to work on them for a while.)
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for The Maker’s Movement*. I have been provided product and compensation in exchange for my creative ideas. The view and opinions are my own.
Materials Used: (*affiliate links)
- M13293 Summer Sentiments Stamp & Die Set*
- Mini Maker Die Cutting Machine*
- Simple Stories Simple Vintage Coastal Paper Pad
- Stazon Midnight Blue*
- Xyron Tape Runner*
- Simple Stories Simple Vintage Coastal Stickers*
- Simple Stories Teal 6″ x 8″ SN@P Flipbook*
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Last year after our trip, I bought a 6″ x 8″ SN@P Flipbook* from Simple Stories to put my pictures in.
I thought the smaller size would be perfect for my vacation album.
Inspired by the Summer Sentiments Stamp & Die Set* from The Maker’s Movement
I decided to get out my supplies and start working on the album again.
I used Stazon Midnight Blue Ink* to stamp the words “Summer” and “Vacation Vibes.”
I like to bring home the vacation book with maps and ads to use as ephemera in my album.
I found an ad with the words “Myrtle Beach, South Carolina” in the perfect shade of blue.
I cut the words out using the “banner die” from the Summer Sentiments Stamp & Die Set*.