This is it! Eeek, the day has come for the very last SGD blog hop. In case you didn’t know, Rahel is closing her shop and going all in on her wedding photography adventure. So what better way celebrate her taking a new and exciting path in life than with a blog hop featuring some of the projects that have meant to most to us.
Here are my three favourite projects made using Rahel’s gorgeous stamps.
‘Team’ using World Traveler stamp set
I love how the stamps really MADE this layout. The numbers where the starting point for the journaling (I always have a hard time with journaling) and the weekdays and sentiment are so relevant to the theme and the story. Those signature typewriter-ey words are classic.
‘A magical mind’ using World Traveler and Cars and Ballons stamp sets
This layout is too funky. I adore pale layouts and they somehow feel safe to me so here I went all out with bold patterns and colour. The tiny text stamps work so well with colour too and in the midst of all that big, loud design they add the detail that makes it look finished. And they make you look a bit closer.
‘Eventyrlysten’ using the Captured stamp set
Oh, this is my very favourite way to use SGD stamps: With a crisp black ink. I’ve done this over and over and I will continue to do so. In this layout the stamped images are really key to the story. And I love how the sentiments in Captured are not overly cute or sentimental.
I think it’s very fitting to end this post with the photo of ‘follow your heart’. I wish you all the best of luck, Rahel! It’s been a blast being on your design team and I feel so privileged. Thanks for the kindness, the inspiration and the amazing products!
It’s time for hopping
Be sure to hop all the way back to Rahel’s blog and enter the goodbye-giveaway for three fabulous stamp sets. Just leave a comment on Rahel’s blog hop post.
Thanks for reading this far.
And thank you to everyone who’s visited and commented since I became an SGD girl. I hope you felt inspired along the way and enjoyed my projects. I really don’t feel like I’ve been pushing products and shamelessly trying to sell stuff. I adore SGD stamps and they’ve honestly improved my craft, at least in my eyes. You can continue to see me use Rahel’s stamps here on my blog.
Thanks so much!
Big hugs, Nina.