Happy National Scrapbook Day!
Welcome to my stop on the Counterfeit Kit Challenge National Scrapbook Day Blog Hop. If you arrived here from Jemma's blog you are in the right spot. If you would like to start at the beginning of the hop please go HERE.
I have been scrapbooking for about 16 years and over that time have collected many supplies. I remember the days of stickers and die cuts well. They were the only supplies available at my local scrapbook store. I still buy stickers and I have a lot of Cricut cartridges that rarely get used.
My Challenge for You
I would like you link me to your layout using stickers or die cuts. It doesn't matter if it is a layout made today or a layout made in the past. Just inspire me with your use of these oldies but goodies.
Here are some of my sticker and die cut layouts.
This layout has layered paper stickers and epoxy stickers. I didn't need to do much because the paper was printed with the little boxes and words. I just added a paper, ribbon and stickers.
The Coca-Cola stickers are clear stickers, the bottle cap has an epoxy sticker on it, and I added a Thickers title.
I love these pictures of a rainy day at Disney. I added two very old metal faces with words. The rain and boy with umbrella are Cricut cuts. The title is Thickers.
The title is large letter sticker (I think BG) and the little bees are dimensional stickers. I always loved that huge floral print paper but it never really "went" with anything.
In this layout I used epoxy stickers that I have had in my stash for a few years. The title is made with Thickers. I was running out of letters so the Ls are actually Js. You can't really tell and I think it looks cute.
This layout was made with a Cricut cartridge. I love the fossil die cuts.
If you would like to leave a layout in the comments I will be happy to look at it. One reader who leaves a comment with a link to their layout will win a prize pack from me. I will choose the winner on Tuesday so you can leave a comment with a link any time until midnight on Monday.
Your next stop on our HOP is Julie Ann. I am sure she will have a fun challenge for you.