Stampin’ Up: Eastern Palace Suite

Stampin’ Up has a new suite of products available called Eastern Palace, and from May 1st through 31st you can purchase them in two great bundles; a Starter Bundle and the Premiere Bundle.

Stampin’ Up was kind enough to send me a Premiere Bundle to play with. Here is a peek at what is included.


I’m loving the rich colors and patterns and found them perfect for a couple of masculine layouts I wanted to create about my son. I thought I would share those with you today!


I had so much fun using the papers stamps and dies on this page!

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My favorite part of creating this layout was definitely working on this panel of accents. I used the dies and stamps to create multiple medallions and then arranged them in a diamond pattern above my title. I used foam squares to pop up the embellishments for lots of dimension and then added a few pearls from my stash to accent the center of each one.

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The title was created with another set by Stampin’ Up called Layered Letters Alphabet Stamp Set. I used the Lemon Lime Twist and Tranquil Tide inks to create the letters.

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I also added a few leafy branches from the Crazy About You Stamp Set. I used the Fresh Fig and Lemon Lime Twist inks. The script words come from the Endless Birthday Wishes Stamp Set.

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Here is one more angled look at the layout so you can see all of the delicious dimension on this one! 😀

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For this second page, I cut the background paper in a classic artisan label shape.

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I used the dies and stamps with the Tranquil Tide ink to create the medallion accents. I simply used a 3″ circle punch to punch around the circular die shape and then added them to my page.

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I used the Layered Letters Alphabet Stamp Set again on this page to create my title. This time, I used the circular shape randomly behind the letters to add interest, and then cut around the title with a pair of fine-tipped scissors.

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At the bottom right of my photos, I used the stamps and dies to create two more page accents. I loved layering the pieces up on one another using foam squares to give it lots of dimension, like I did on the previous page.

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If you are always on the look out for papers with a rich or masculine feel to them, this may very well be the set for you! I think it would be perfect to use for Father’s Day projects, or even something for a wedding! Be sure to check it out!

Happy Creating!


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Scrapbook Pages: Using Lots of Texture

On today’s page I had fun using lots of dimension and texture. I used the Crate Paper Cool Kid collection combined with more papers and embellishments from my stash.


This page started with the two smaller photos on the right. I didn’t have gobs of journaling, but the fun nature of these photos made me want to do something spunky in the big empty space to the left … so I decided to get a little artsy and create a trio of pie chart shapes.

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The orange and yellow triangles are cut from the Cool Kid papers. I then mixed in some arrow paper (My Mind’s Eye) and plain teal cardstock embossed with a Teresa Collins Ebosser embossing folder.

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I added the dimensional embellishments on top of the pie wedges (these are Candy Buttons from the BasicGrey Spice Market collection from several years ago). I also added in some dome gem stickers (Adornit) for some sparkle.

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The title was created with a cut file by Lori Whitlock from the Silhouette Design Store. I cut it out twice, trimmed out every other letter and popped them up to give it more dimension. I also outlined the letters with a black journaling pen and added a shadow layer.

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The arrow is by Echo Park Paper, and can also be found in the Silhouette Design Store (Design #44512). I outlined it and then colored it in with a yellow Bic permanent marker for a doodle-y feel.

Finally, I added some stamping using the Stampin’ Up Playful Backgrounds and Gorgeous Grunge stamp sets and a little bit of spray ink.

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Cardstock: Navy, White, Teal
Grid Paper (Pebbles Seen & Noted)
You Are Awesome Paper (Pebbles)
Arrow Paper (My Mind’s Eye)
Ebosser machine
Embossing Folder (Teresa Collins Designs)
Silhouette Cameo 3 Electronic Cutting Machine
Wonky Pie Chart cut file by Jana Eubank
‘Look At This’ phrase cut file by Lori Whitlock (Design #8770 in the Silhouette Design Store)
Echo Park Arrow by Echo Park Paper (Design #44512 in the Silhouette Design Store)
Yellow Bic Permanent Marker
Clay Spray Mist (Studio Calico)
Black Distressing Ink
Black Journaling Pen
Black and White Baker’s Twine
Dome Gems (Adornit
Spice Market Candy Buttons (BasicGrey)
Stampin’ Up Gorgeous Grunge Stamp Set
Stampin’ Up Playful Backgrounds Stamp Set
Computer/Printer for Journaling

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Scrapbook Process Video: Smile

I really love making scrapbook process videos … but I am TERRIBLE at actually editing them and posting them. *blush* I’m working on doing better though! So if you enjoy that kind of thing be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel and you will be notified when I add anything new. 🙂

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Here’s my latest process video for you! Enjoy!




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  • Ink: Gray, Black
  • Mist: Studio Calico Clay
  • Gems: Adornit
  • Black Journaling Pen
  • OLD Decorative Tape: Pink Paislee
  • Sewing Machine/White Thread
  • Stamps: Stampin’ Up “Playful Backgrounds” and “Date It”
  • Notebook Edge Punch: EK Success
  • Adhesive/Foam Squares
  • Scissors/Trimmer

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Layout: Stunning

Sometimes I hold off on scrapbooking certain pictures because I just haven’t found products that “feel” like the day or the memory that I am trying to scrap. Have you ever done that?

These are pictures of my daughter dressed up for the Valentine’s Day High School dance last year. The lace dress with the satin ribbon was just so HER! When I received the lace paper in the December Felicity Jane “Hello Christmas” kit I just knew where I would put that paper to use first … on this layout, of course! (The papers are still available in the Felicity Jane shop HERE, if you are interested!)



I decided to keep it simple, with a black and white color scheme, allowing the photos to really pop off the page.

My next challenge was finding a way to embellish this page … enter the Remarkable You stamp set by Stampin’ Up!


I stamped the two larger florals and leaf branch on white cardstock several times, and then fussy-cut them out with detail scissors.

At first, I colored them, but decided they looked better on this page left plain. I LOVE them!!!


For the title, I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the word “stunning” … a cut file by Karla Dudley (Silhouette Design #58232).




I hope you are having a great week!


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