Scribble & Scratch with Blank Page Muse

Hi, welcome to The Blank Page Muse Blog Hop! Today I am featuring a new stamp set by Pam Bray Designs. Isn’t it gorgeous? This stamp set is available now at Blank Page Muse.

I have made two projects using this stamp. The first one is a journal page. Here is how I made it.

I began by coating a piece of cardstock with gesso. I allowed that to dry before spraying with Patina Tattered Angels Mist and Adirondak Colorwash in Sail Boat Blue.

I let that sit for a minute and then placed a sheet of paper towel on top to absorb the excess.

I then stamped both sizes of the rose stamps on in the top half of the page.

I colored them and added stems.

I stamped more roses on cardstock, colored them and them and then went over them with my glitter pen and Diamond Stickles. When they were dry, I cut them out.

I added Distress Stickles (Peeled Paint) to the stems of the flowers.

Meanwhile, I used another stamp and stamped a repeating pattern on a piece of cardstock.

When dry, I cut out a picket fence and used foam tape to attach to the page.

To finish off, I used foam tape to stick on flower heads and also added a quote on the fence.

The Finished Journal Page

My second project is a simple yet elegant card. I began by stamping the image on a piece of cardstock and embossing with pewter embossing powder.

I mounted it on cream cardstock and then on more purple.

The final step was attaching it to a card.

Here is the finished card.

I hope you enjoyed my projects. Be sure to stop by other blogs on the hop.

To purchase your stamps, visit blankpagemuse.com and use the following discount code BPMDtSuzette2019  to get 15% off. Offer expires on July 31st, 2019.

Enjoy the rest of the blog hop! 

Suzette

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