Do you have a ton of stamps that are neglected? Me too! So, I finally pulled out one from my kit and used it on today's traveler's notebook page. Stamping on a traveler's notebook spread can be intimidating, but I am sharing some tips today to encourage you to just go for it!
The first step for stamping in a traveler's notebook is to pick your style. If you are going for a clean and simple look like I did here today, prepping is important. You'll want to make sure you are stamping on the flat side of your notebook (the side with no bumps from previous pages completed). If you are working in the middle of a traveler's notebook, this can be impossible. Sometimes, the only option is to stamp on another piece of paper and bring it in to the notebook. This is also a great option if you need to cover up a previous stamping mishap!
This unused Close to My Heart stamp set was perfect for my page. Montana really got me back into loving nature. I think we often forget to take that moment to breathe and this photo was me really soaking it in. The stamp was the perfect title for the page! I used my Versamark onyx black ink to make it a statement piece.
Since I did a simple stamped title, I went BIG with my embellishing on the accompanying page. I decided to dig out my Jen Hadfield sticker book and go to town. I layered several of the planner box stickers to create a layered base under my doily and diecut from One Canoe Two. As many of you know, I adore my sticker books and love to layer them together to create impactful pieces, like this one!
I am so happy I finally got to use that stamp set! I can't wait to use it again, hopefully in this traveler's notebook. Don't forget to watch the Montana Vlog of this hike so you can get the full backstory on my adventure!
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