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I love my Stampin’ Up stamps so much, that today I am cutting up Stampin’ Up stamps. That’s right hold onto your hat because I have the big scissors in my hand and this stamp needs a trim. I totally love the Butterfly Brilliance but I can not see any reason why all these butterflies need to be attached. I am going to be set them free. (punt intended) We are going to have a great time today, making a double 12×12 scrapbook page. You are going to love these pages.

Cutting up Stampin’ Up stamps.

Are you okay? I thought there for a minute Cindy was going to faint. So I guess I should replace her stamp. LOL  She was super happy when she learn that you can use the solid die to cut the butterflies in one sheet of the designer series paper into individual butterflies.  Oh well let’s take a look at our scrapbook pages. 

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Cutting up Stampin’ Up stamps just makes this stamp set easier to us. Where are your big scissors?

Now for Cutting up Stampin’ Up stamps

As I am sure you have watched the video, I would like to go over some of the products I used. Let’s start with the Hydrangea Hill designer series paper. I loved the way this sheet has Hydrangeas across the top and across the bottom. It made it easy to just cut them out. However I did place a sheet of 12″ basic white behind the Hydrangea so that I would have an edging above them. By only adding adhesive to the sides and across the bottom, I have a great pocket to add extra photos.

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This color combination was irresistible. Made for a beautiful scrapbook page.  Look how vivid the color becomes when I used the Seaside Spray card stock.  And I will be using the cut up Stampin’ Up stamp.

The next accent I added to this page was the Frost Shimmering paint. I found that the edge of the pre-cut hydrangea edging, made a perfect way to create the clouds. As you can see it was easy and fun. 

The butterflies were easier to use individually, and I could stamp them on a smaller sheet of card stock. Saving me from using larger scrap paper. AS a scrapbooker, I enjoy using the scraps from other cuts. Here is a look at page 2 of our layout.

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Love the butterflies, just stamp and die cut. They are ready to use on your pages. I actually used the pocket for a mat and picture. 

I love making scrapbook pages and sharing them with you. IF you enjoyed these pages, be sure to share my page with your friends. Thank you in advance for Sharing. 

Elaine Pelletier

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Cutting up Stampin\' Up stamps