Repeated stamping is a quick and easy way to create a pattern and help support your story. For this project I paired the "love the way you shine" stamp with three ink colors: orange, yellow, and navy blue to create a custom pattern at the top of my 6x8 sheet of white cardstock. Along the bottom I added a die cut, a word/phrase sticker and a date stamp directly above journaling printed on vellum. To adhere the vellum I used some of the fun rainbow washi tape that was offered as an Add On for the Light Story Kit™.
Here's a short video showing my process for this project:
You are so awesome Anna. You are currently 9 years old and you are definitely shining your light bright. I love watching your enthusiasm for life and the kindness you show others. This week you are at sleep-away camp and I loved seeing how excited you were for this adventure. The fall you are going to participate in a community play and I am so excited to see what you think of that whole experience. You made a choice this time to do that instead of playing soccer (which I know you have enjoyed). I love that you are trying something new, something that you seem to be really interested in. Let that light within you shine. No matter what path you decide to walk down we - your family - will be here to support you and encourage you and cheer you on. Next month you'll start 4th grade and I am so looking forward to continuing watching you grow into the best version of yourself. Love you and your big mighty heart so much.
- Light Story Stamp™
- Inks: Tillamook Crafters Ink, Deschutes Crafters Ink, Memento Luxe Dandelion Ink
- Light Add On: Variety Die Cut Bundle
- Light Story Kit™
- Light Add On: Stripes Washi
- Circle Stamp Block
- White Cardstock
- Secret Service Typewriter Font
- Rolling Date Stamp
- Tiny Attacher
- Canon MG7720 Printer (for both the photo + the journaling)
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