STAMPlorations Typografia In Faith Blog Hop and Giveaway

Hello everyone… WELCOME to STAMPlorations Typografia In Faith Blog Hop! Today I join the STAMPlorations team sharing projects with the new stamp set collection from STAMPlorations, called Typografia In Faith.

Visit STAMPlorations Blog to read and see the full details of the whole Typografia Collection and the design team projects. And… before you leave, do not forget to give each of the designer some love about their project for chances to win giveaway prize.

For this blog hop, I created 2 projects. The first one is a journaling page insert using vellum paper that I added inside my New Living Translation – Inspired Journaling Bible.

To create the insert, first I added the vellum paper (8.5″ x 11″) in between the pages, I traced it with pencil, and then I cut it out with scissors. Or you also can measure you Bible page, and then cut out your vellum paper with paper trimmer, without tracing it first.

STAMPlorations Typografia In Faith - Romans 11:1

I stamped the Faith – Typografia in Faith stamp using Regular MISTI, StazOn Black Jet Ink, and then I sprinkled some clear embossing powder on it. I pre-heated my craft heater for at least 30 seconds or more to avoid wrinkling the vellum paper, and then heat set the embossing powder. The vellum paper wrinkled just a very little bit.

STAMPlorations Typografia In Faith - Romans 11:1

After that, I traced some flowers at the bottom of the page using Bloom Silhouettes ARTPlorations Stencil and Micron Pen 0.3, and using Micron Pen 1 to fill in each flower. These Micron Pens are india ink, so it dries permanently and bold.

STAMPlorations Typografia In Faith - Romans 11:1

I smooshed some of the the Distress Inks on the back of the vellum page to create the night background sky. On this page, I used Antique Linen, Victorian Velvet, Seedless Preserves, Faded Jeans, and Black Soot. After that, using my finger I blended them. It is way easier if you have blending tool, I do not have it 🙂 And then I used paper towel to wipe off the extra ink.

STAMPlorations Typografia In Faith - Romans 11:1

For extra texture and stars, I sprayed from water using Ranger Spray bottle, and wiped it off with paper towel right away. Water will curl the vellum paper if you let it sit too long.

And my second project is a mixed media tag using the God’s Strength – Typografia In Faith stamp.

I created the tag galaxy background using Gelatos and splatter of white acrylic paints. And then using Mini MISTI, I stamped the God’s Strength – Typografia In Faith stamp with VersaMark ink pad, and added some WOW! Jade Glitter Embossing Powder, heat set it, and then stamped again with VersaMark Ink Pad, added some mixed white-and-glitter embossing powder on it, and heat set again. The result is that looks like it has shadow. Kidda make it pop up, don’t you think? 🙂

Those are all my projects to share with you today.


One commenter will win her choice of 3 Typografia In Faith stamps. The winner will be randomly drawn from all comments left on the STAMPlorations Blog and participating designers’ blogs. It is open until Monday, September 18th. And the winner will be announced on September 19th.

And… more…

Get 20% off on all STAMPlorations regular and sale-priced stamps, stencils, and dies by using this code: STAMPGIRLHELEN when you check out (please copy and paste the code). Code can not be combined your code with any other discount codes.

So… let’s get hopping and tell me in the comment which 3 Typografia in Faith stamps that you would pick if you are a winner 🙂

THANK YOU so much for stopping by today and I hope you all are inspired to create!





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36 thoughts on “STAMPlorations Typografia In Faith Blog Hop and Giveaway

  1. Beautiful projects. I don’t do Bible journaling but I may copy your tag. It would make a lovely book (Bible) marker. Thanks for the lovely ideas.

  2. Great great ideas !! Your journal page is awesome with a lot of great ideas (the way you used the stencil, the Distress ink technique on the back of the vellum) and the result is stunning !!

  3. What a beautiful idea, putting vellum inside your bible <3 Thanks for all of the how too (I have never heart of micron pens!!) and your projects turned out beautiful <3

  4. I absolutely loved the backgrounds that you’ve created for each of them, Helen! They look absolutely spectacular for each of your creations and highlight the sentiment so well!!

  5. Oh my Helen – look at the Bible Journal page and the tag – I need to get back to my Bible Journaling – you have inspired me! Thanks for showing us your lovely work and have a blessed week!