It's Christmas in July with the Eureka! Stamps design team!
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Today I'm sharing a scrapbook layout that I made with pictures from my family Christmas tree hunt 2010. While the guys were doing the tree cutting, Kelsie and I were getting silly and modeling for one another.
The poinsettia was made using Eureka! Stamps
"Poinsettia Pattern" (#30401)
This is one of the wonderful 3-D stamps that Eureka! offers.
You stamp the image, cut it out, score on the lines indicated and piece the flower together. It really is quite simple. Each 3-D stamp comes with directions on how to make these lovely pieces.
Here is a close up of the poinsettia. It does come with leaves also, but I chose not to use them for on this layout. This flower can be made to have even more dimension, but for this layout I didn't want too much bulk as it could get smootched (that's a technical scrapping term, LOL) in my scrapbook.
It's all up to you, when you use these stamps. Lots of dimension, or a little. Either way they turn out beautiful.
I hope you will pop on over to the Eureka! Stamps shop and check out all the beautiful Christmas and pattern/3-D stamps that are offered.
It's a great time to get started on your Christmas cards, or maybe use some stamps on your scrapbook layouts like I did.
Now it's time to hop on and see what the talented Holly has to show you. I'm sure it will be something wonderful.
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Until next time, Happy Crafting!