Getting Creative with the Chloe Alphabet Stamp and Nancy Damiano

We love our newest alphabet in the shop, the Chloe Alphabet Stamp! This fun font, in a perfect size for layouts, pocket pages or traveler’s notebooks, can be used for any kind of project! Today Nancy Damiano is sharing how she created a layout background using these awesome alpha stamps, and is sharing how easy it is to recreate for your own vacation documentation! Let’s take a look:
Hey there Elle’s Studio fans! It’s Nancy here today with a look at the Chloe Alphabet Stamp. I love the whimsical and bold look of this font, and have used it for several titles. Let’s do something a little bit different today and create a background pattern that can be customized for all of your summertime travels.

Supplies | Shapes and Dots Puffy Stickers, Chloe Alphabet Stamp, Let’s Go Travelers’ Notebook Kit, Noteworthy Bits and PiecesNoteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack
Start by using a ruler to lightly sketch out lines that are approximately 1” in width. This will help to keep the lines of stamped text perfectly straight. Use the Chloe Alphabet Stamp and black ink to stamp your destination word repeatedly all over the background.

To add a little bit of color and texture to the background, place a tiny puffy heart in the center of all (or most) of the x’s in the text. You could also use enamel dots or puffy stars to highlight one letter.

A small, stacked heart sewn in the center adds an interesting embellishment without overpowering the photo. Keep in mind that the bold background needs to be balanced out with smaller, subtle embellishments.

Get creative and customize this design for your story. Stamp the repeated text in perfectly stacked rows, in shapes or on a staggered diagonal. The Chloe Alphabet Stamp is both versatile and fun!

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