Thursday, April 16, 2020

Let's Stay Home together Artwork

Stay Home and Stamp!

Last week we released a new stamp set, Let's Stay Home, designed to equip you with sentiments and images that are especially suited to our present circumstances. Here is some new artwork we have created with this set to help you envision some ways to use the set in your own memory keeping.

Spending more time at home? The "Home is where the heart is" sentiment paired with the adorable house icons make a great accent for a scrapbook page focused on all of the activities you are doing in your home. The house images are attached on the stamp, but are easy to trim out to fit your page just the way you like.

The images in this set work beautifully in pocket pages and mini albums like this one, showing more images of our collective "new normal." The "Play" and "Read" icons are sure to come in handy when capturing the story of right now, and they are a great size for accenting 6" x 8" pocket pages in an Everyday Life album.

You may find yourself paying a bit more attention to the news recently than you normally do. If that's the case, the Let's Stay Home stamp set is there to help once again with timely sentiments like "In the News" and "Current events." For especially noteworthy events, consider using numbers from the Classic Alphabet Thin Cuts set to create a bold, eye-catching element on your page.

See More Artwork on YouTube

We've just released a new YouTube video showcasing this and other artwork and talking all about this new stamp. Watch the video now, and keep your eye on our other social media channels for more great artwork ideas and inspiration.

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