Highlight Stamp Love with Jamie Leija

Our Highlight Stamp is so versatile; you can use it to add the day of the week, create a title or embellish your layout or pockets! Jamie Leija realized this after she started using it, and now she can’t put it down! Let’s take a look at her new pocket page spread that she created with this stamp!
I am so mega excited to share the pocket pages I put together using the new Highlight Stamp! Let me tell you something about this set: it’s so stinking versatile!

Supplies | July 2018 KitVellum & Wood Veneer Asterisks, Puffy Heart Stickers —Summer Mix, Highlight StampNoteworthy Double-Sided Journaling TagsNoteworthy Epoxy Stickers
I sat down to work on these pocket pages and knew I wanted to use the Highlight Stamp with the photos. I figured I would make my own journaling tags with it, but then I realized that the Noteworthy Double-Sided Journaling Tags worked so well with the colors in my photos, that I just had to use those instead. I thought that I would make another project using the Highlight Stamp, but kept playing with these photos.
As I was working I kept turning to the Highlight Stamp thinking, “I could use this one here!” “and that one there!” Before I knew it, my pages were finished and stamped all over using the set. It kind of snuck up on me.

For the first tag, I added the asterisk outlines and a “SAT” to denote the day of the week. I stamped the chunky lines directly on to the bottom photo in a bit of dead space in the corner. It became the perfect little nesting space for some embellishments. Then I stamped my own label and “star of today” and added it on top of the photo of the dogs. I added a hand drawn squiggle for good measure, which I learned from fellow team member Andrea Gray!

For the Memo journaling tag, I added “afternoon” and my favorite “let’s have some fun” asterisk sentiment. The finale was stamping “Highlight” directly onto my bottom photo and adding “story” repeatedly for a bit more graphic appeal. The die-cut arrows from the July Kit pointed to my stamped grouping.

I just love how it all came together! Like I said, I set out to use the Highlight Stamp,  thought I couldn’t use it, and then ended up using it all over! If that isn’t the mark of a good stamp set I don’t know what is?!

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