Life Is Good | Scrapbook Layout

Today I'm sharing a recent layout I did for Nichol Magourik's free Scrapbook Stamping class at Two Peas In A Bucket. The topic for July is using stamps to create backgrounds for layouts.

Here's a look at the full page:

An easy technique to draw a bit of attention to one of the stamped phrases is to change the color of the ink. Super simple and a cool way to use some of those text stamps you might have in your stash. I used the Life Is Good stamp from my Ordinary Days stamp set (Two Peas | to create the repeated text pattern. The "wonderfully ordinary average day" stamp is also included in that set.

JOURNALING | Dear Sweet Anna Girl - today I want to celebrate you and all the awesomeness that you are. The little moments have always been my favorite and it's no different when I look at you. Seeing you enjoy life...seeing you navigate being two...seeing you grow and talk and and sing and draw and swim and play - all things I love so very much. Life is good with you baby girl. You are happy and silly and we love you so very much. Right now I'm really looking forward to summer with you. So much love to you Mom.


CARDSTOCK | Bazzill Basics
PATTERN PAPER | My Mind's Eye Hello Bubbles, Pebbles Dandy
STAMPS | Ali Edwards Ordinary Days for Technique Tuesday, Studio Calico Numbers Border Stamp
INKS | Jenni Bowlin Cough Syrup & Chewing Gum, Tim Holtz Dusty Concord
PEN | Copic Multiliner

If you're looking for my weekly Project Life post check back next week when I'll have two weeks included in one post.

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  1. Blog Larson says…

    "Life is indeed GOOD" for allowing me to see this design. Stamping texts and highlighting one phrase gives emphasis on what you want to imply on your design! A scrapbook is not just about the design nor the pictures - Rather it is about memoirs being cherished and narrated in a compiled art book, hence captions/quotes should be properly emphasized!

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