Hi, Elle’s friends! It’s me, Sarah, hosting today’s blog post, and I’m excited to share a layout I created that focuses on the Game Night Die Cuts and Game Time Stamp along with some of the other products from the June release!
You know how a lot of Elle’s Studio stamps have fun, little graphics or phrases on them? My go-to technique is to create a stamped background using those stamps!
Here’s how I used the Game Time Stamp to create a 12 x 12-inch layout:
Supplies | June 2022 Kit, Game Night Die Cuts, Sky Blue Cardstock Basic Shape Stickers, Cool Puffy Heart and Star Stickers, Game Time Stamp, Mini Dated Extras Stamp
I started off by sporadically stamping the tic-tac-toe/hashtag, the “x”, and the “o” stamps from the Game Time Stamp onto my white cardstock. I didn’t bother trying to align the stamp on my layout because I knew I wanted to create a layered look. I made sure to use different ink colors to coordinate with other pieces I wanted to incorporate onto my layout.
After repetitively stamping the background I created using the Game Time Stamp, I embellished right on top of it. I used pieces from the June 2022 Kit to frame my photo.
My title, “Fun & Games,” is a piece from the Game Night Die Cuts. I layered it on top of a starburst that was on one of the 3 x 4-inch tags that came in the June 2022 Kit.
To really make my title stand out, I added the “Rule No. 1 Have Fun!” die cut, too.
Next, I stamped black game pieces and “Let’s Play Again” tickets from the Game Time Stamp. I cut them out and added them to my layout with other colored die cuts from the Game Night Die Cuts. Lastly, I embellished my layout with puffy star stickers and puffy dot stickers.
My favorite part about making this 12 x 12-inch layout was creating a stamped background. The possibilities are endless with ways you can arrange your stamps to create backgrounds for your projects!
So what’d you think?! We’d love to see how you use your stamps! Join us, and please do share your projects with all of us at our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group or on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio.
And as always, thanks for letting me share my work with all of you!