Good Father Scrapbook Layout
Create a layout with Inkadinkado clear stamps to remember special times with dad.
Design courtesy of Heather Garl.
- Inkadinkado® Gem Stone Alphabet Clear Stamp Set
- Inkadinkado® Coffee House Alphabet Clear Stamp Set
- Inkadinkado® Mod Numbers Clear Stamp Set
- Inkadinkado® Cartoon Alphabet Clear Stamp Set
- Inkadinkado® Mid Century Alphabet Clear Stamp Set
- Inkadinkado® Funhouse Alphabet Clear Stamp Set
- Inkadinkado® Curly Q Alphaet Clear Stamp Set
- Inkadinkado® Circles & Dots Clear Stamp Set
- Inkadinkado® Travel Words Clear Stamp Set
- Inkadinkado® Large Clear Stamping Block
- Chalk Ink - Creamy Brown
- StazOn® Solvent Ink - Jet Black
- K&Company™ Happy Trails 12x12 Two Sided Paper Pad
- Recollections® 12x12 Kraft Cardstock
- Recollections® Trucks & Trains Cardstock
- EK Success® 3 inch Circle Scallop Nesting Punch
- EK Success® Binding Edge Edger Punch
- EK Success® 3D Dots - Adheasive Foam 1/8" Squares
- EK Success® Coloriser® Heat Tool
- Distressing Tool
- Black journaling pen
Use a piece of Kraft cardstock for the base of the scrapbook page. Cut four 12 x 3/4 inch strips from pattern paper and glue along the edges of the page.
Add a photo on the left side of the page. Stamp “Good Father” on pattern paper with jet black ink and cut out each letter.
Glue the letters to the page and add the rest of the title/phrase using various alphabet sets and jet black ink.
Stamp the scenic drive image near the bottom of the page with jet black ink.
Punch a scallop circle from tan cardstock. Stamp the dotted circle image on it with creamy brown ink and “Girls” with jet black ink. Use the journaling pen to lightly draw a border on the circle. Glue the circle in the bottom right corner of the page.
Stamp “4” on pattern paper with jet black ink. Cut out the image and attach it to the scallop circle with foam adhesive.
Cut out two cloud shapes from pattern paper and distress the edges. Attach one to the page with glue and the other with foam adhesive.
Use the edger punch to punch multiple strips from green pattern paper (use both the main part and the reverse “punched out” part). Glue the strips randomly to the page.