Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Thank You E.M. Forster

I couldn't come up with a clever title but for my reading from a long time ago.  Last Friday was my first day to post on the my Stamp Box blog, and this was the project I blogged using "Seal It" stamps. Stamping is definitely one of the current rages in the paper crafting world. Look no further than several stamping related calls by Northridge Media to know! I really enjoy incorporating stamping into my scrapbooking pages. I thought the "Seal It" stamps blended in the Mamarazzi papers so extremely well. 

A special thanks to Jason who lent me his photographic skills and took these photos for me. 


Here is a close-up of this page where I stamped the myStampBox stamp.  As my good friend Lydell puts it "details are what make one's stuff jaw dropping..." such wise words to live my scrappy life by...

34 comments:

Pearl said...

Wow ! a savvy photographer friend you have in Jason !!! fab story with the cube & job ! very very lucky blessed gal you are ! I'm not aware of too many people who are happy where they are save those in their own businesses etc.

Great job with the Bo Bunny !

I got some new BG Capella today ! didnt think I would but $retail$ therapy was much needed today so ...

Amy Heller said...

Beautiful, JJ! See, I knew you could stamp!! It's awesome!

Larajc said...

that looks like a pretty amazing layout!

Monique said...

Love this layout of yours!!! Great idea to scrap about your office (cube). It was a bit difficult to read the journaling but I got there in the end! Love the pp you used and you're right they are fab with the stamps!! TFS!

Jocelyn said...

Love this one JJ......the stamping is just perfect!!! I adore the colors and elements that you used on this one!!!

Wishing you a day filled with smiles!!!! :-)

Aubree said...

Wow Wow Wow --- amazing layout!!! Fabulous photography! Now where is a picture of the cube walls donning all of your crafts?

deana said...

Wow, wow, wow, wow, wow! That page looks like a magazine ad. Congrats on finally getting the cube you wanted, too. No wonder you wanted it, though! What a great view of the city!

Awesome LO!

Kathy Martin said...

Amazing page! Love the design angle and all the photos and accents! WOW! :)

Courtney said...

oh love that photo - it's perfect for your layout!! actually, everything is perfect about this layout. such a great view to document.

Janetcraft said...

i like the way you take the pictures...style..I have always like to see your details and the way you place them!!

Alice Wertz said...

fabulous design and i always love your details! beautiful page, Jing-Jing!

sarah said...

i LOVE everything about this layout, jj. and you used those stamps so well... at first, i didn't want to pick up that paper line, but now you are making me want to go to my lss for it. lol.

happy tuesday.

Tracy said...

I would love for someone to take the pics for me. I dont' have all the fancy stuff, just a simple point and shoot.

Love your layout.

Debbie said...

Amazing photos truly complimented by an amazing layout!

Virginia L. said...

Do I need to say more!? This is drop dead gorgeous in LO and YES, in stamping!! You rock, Jing-Jing!

Stacey Michaud said...

gorgeous use of the stamps...I don't pull mine out enough so thanks for the inspiration!

Tracy said...

Hi
I checked out "The Colour Box". Thank you for thinking that my layout was good enough to put on there. The artists on there are unbelievable. I signed up, but don't know how to put up my layout. Ya I am not to computer savy LOL.

Tanya Tahir said...

I love love what you did with the stamps - WOW. And yep, the details are stunning!!!

Nathalie said...

Oh la la!!!! Ta page est vraiment FABULEUSE Jing-Jing!!!!! Simplement fabuleuse!!! Tout est dans le detail et le ton des couleurs utilisées!!! Bravo!

carole~ish said...

amazing page!! love the banner photo along the top & the film strip detail, the stamping and of course that supercool mamarazzi paper.

茂恒 said...

may the blessing be always with you!! ........................................

俞萍 said...

nice job! waiting for your new artical. ........................................

Fryne said...

oh, I have to take out all those stamps I collected through last months - almost all unused ;P

love the color scheme! great page.

ellen s. said...

i love that set! looks awesome on this layout and i have to get those BB papers...ack!

p.s. i have a RAK on my blog now, too...check it out ;)

Jennifer Larson said...

What a gorgeous view. Is that Lowertown? My husband works there. Such a nice area of town. Your post made me think to take some photos of the windows in my building. They're small, but the views are stunning.

alexandra s.m. said...

Love what you did with the stamp!!
Bravo mon amie ;-)

jazsutra said...

awww way too cool JJ!!!love this page!;)


luv,jaz

piradee talvanna said...

oh wow... love those stamps!!! i wonder if they are available in singapore... love this layout!!

Chantal said...

Love these sneaks! Looks like one amazing layout! Love your work! :D

eMeLiNe Seet said...

Great shot ! love how u incorporated the stamp on to the page too !!

Larajc said...

(question from my blog: Yes Rhonda has OA, but most likely not the newest lines that you are looking for yet.) Have you been to the new store yet? She did an amazing job with it! So inspiring and fun there...

Alice Wertz said...

was trying to see if i can find your email address, but couldn't find if so I am back here... =) for the shape cards. i simply scored about 1/4 of an inch on the back piece of the shape and glue it to the front piece. i think so far "glossy accents" is the best glue for this. most dry adhesive won't hold up that well since the glued parts are so small. so a stronger liquid glue is better! hope i am making sense and hope this helps! =)

Linda Beeson said...

I love what I see, I want to see more!

Christie Bryant said...

I'm in love with the layout! So clever!