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Favourite Go To Stamp At FSC

Stamping, fussy cutting, dry embossing, inking, faux leathering, sanding, die cutting and what do we get … just another day in the life of an FSC challenge.  What more could a girl ask for.  So much fun in one little project.

Whilst Skyping with Irene the other day I started a little book with a very pretty cover which was made with the faux leather technique

To begin with there was a little problem with this challenge as my collection of stamps makes it very hard for me to choose a particular favourite one to go to and I have to admit that at first I was a little stumped.  (Love them all how could I choose a fave.)  Then all of a sudden the penny dropped and I new which was my ‘favourite go to stamp’.

When doing any of my background pages a script stamp is invariably what I make a bee line for.  Doesn’t matter which one as long as it’s script.

Here are a couple of the pages inside my little book and if you look closely at the background pages I am sure you will see what I am talking about.

There are loads more pages in the book but as usual no time to take a pic of them all.

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I would love it if you hopped on over to see all the DT’s work as they are simply stunning.  Also don’t forget that the winner of this challenge has $20 to choose anything they like from Flonz’s store.

Shirl

16 Responses to “Favourite Go To Stamp At FSC”

  1. Brenda says:

    Know that dilemma Shirley, but what a lovely book. Not done the faux leather technique for ages, want to go play now you have mentioned it.

    B x

  2. DANI says:

    beautiful design – and yeah i love all my stamps too!!!!

  3. Craftyfield says:

    Choosing your favourite stamp is a bit like asking to choose between your children! That book looks fantastic and all the faux vintage techniques work well to give it an heirloom feel. Been trying to make 2 projects and going nowhere… it ain’t working today!

  4. Claire C says:

    Gorgeous project Shirl, that cover is fabulous and I love the stamps you’ve used too
    Claire xx

  5. Amanda says:

    Beautiful Shirl, I struggled with my favourite as I have loads I could have chosen
    Love
    Amanda x

  6. Meggymay says:

    A beautiful project, it would be a problem for me to choose a favourite as well.
    Yvonne xx

  7. Anne R says:

    A truly stunning piece of work Shirl, I love the faux leather look and you have used such beautiful stamps for this project. I don’t think I could choose a favourite stamp either, mine changes week on week!! Hugs, Anne xx

  8. Silvia says:

    That’s a wonderful project with fantastic details.

  9. Avril says:

    A beautiful little book Shirley, loving the look of your faux leather cover. The pages have so many details and love your choice of stamps.
    Avril xx

  10. Shirley says:

    Gorgeous book cover, I love the textures you’ve created. The inside pages are also beautiful. Have a great day, Shirleyxx

  11. coco says:

    Hi Shirl, as usual sorry for the delay to catch-up with your blog I love, that’s just because of life which is so busy for me.. days really should last much more than 24 hours haha!! 🙂
    Your book made following many techniques looks gorgeous, both inside and outside!! I’m like you, would find very hard to select only one fave stamp among my huge and beloved collection. Hugs xxx

  12. Donna Ellis says:

    Hi, Shirl! Your faux leather cover is truly beautiful. The “embedded” fern looks as though it has age in the leather for a century.Love the color choices, textures, and the interior pages are even more beautiful and striking! A gorgeous project! hugs, de

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  14. My jaw dropped the minute I opened your post. STUNNING, absolutely love everything you have done on this mini book. Beautiful.
    Julie x

  15. Ana says:

    The books look fantastic. Choosing your favorite stamp is little difficult but yours are simply awesome.

  16. Monic says:

    Superbe
    Bravo

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