If you love stamping, then you probably love Quietfire Design products! These beautiful calligraphy stamps and hand-drawn images look gorgeous on cards, scrapbook layouts, and other paper crafts. Quietfire Design also offers a selection of wonderful dies in the calligraphy style.

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SUPPLIES: Quietfire Design stamps; Brother ScanNCut; FabScraps paper; Core’dinations glitter paper and cardstock; Tombow Dual Brush pens and adhesive; Clearsnap ink; Canson watercolour paper

Today Kelly Klapstein’s Graduation layout is on the Quietfire Design blog featuring the stamp set “Butterfly Circles, May the Wings.”

quietfire butterfly_circles

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Kelly used the FabScraps paper collection “Tranquility.”

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fabscraps tranquility

The circles, diecut element, and gold border were all cut using the Brother ScanNCut machine from Core’dinations  Adhesive glitter paper and Canson Watercolour paper. The ScanNCut can scan the stamped images and cut a shape around them.


The Core’dinations glitter paper is 12″ x 24″ … and works beautifully with electronic cutting machines.
Coredinations 12x24_Glitter_head

This is the perfect glitter paper for home decor, papercrafting and a DIY party! The large 12×24 size is ideal for electronic die cut machines. Glitter stays on AND it has an adhesive backing.

The purple watercolour effect was achieved using Tombow Dual Brush Pens, a watercolour marker that creates beautiful colours on any project.

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These Tombow pens can be purchased individually or in sets.

tombow pens 3 tombow set

These pens have 2 different tips: a brush tip and a small hard nib on either end. Add water and you create amazing watercolour effects!

So the next time you’re designing a layout, think stamping and add some Quietfire Design stamps to your project!


To see more of Kelly’s work, visit her blog www.kellycreates.ca


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