Embroidery with transparent stamps as a pattern | Piruletasdepapel

Hello friends! It's Nuria and I am excited to share my first project with the new bright and fun Essentials collection! Yay!

All elements from Essentials collection are awesome, but what first caught my eye were the clear stamps! Did you see them? I like to embroider on fabric from time to time, and these stamps are fantastic to do so!

You may be wondering how I incorporate an embroidered piece of fabric to a scrapbooking project, don't you? This time I created a mini album from scratch, and the main element of the cover is the embroider created with this beautiful flower clear stamp.

The spine of the album is subtly decorated with an herbal puffy sticker. 'Create' and 'real story' stickers hang from the thread and are held in place with the puffy sticker.

Let's take a look inside! I created an accordion to be unfolded vertically. The size of the mini album is perfect for use with TN papers or PL cards.
In the first page I used a PL card in horizontal, I cut a circle and decorated it with a thread and some wooden beads. Some more decoration with this cutie boot, an enamel dot, a triangle puffy sticker and a sentence cut from another PL card.

I used a heart paper for the background of this page, and from a thread I hung different stickers with phrases and a puffy at the end. As you can see, I made them interactive, without sticking them to the decorated paper.

I created an easy pocket with a TN paper on next page. Inside I put a photo with a tab to pull from it. Do you see the heart tab I used in the project? Tabs are a good way to decorate and are functional at the same time.

That's all for today! Don't forget to visit Studio Forty shop website, you will get 10% off with the code nuria10!

Have a lovely week!


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