Well, that was fun! Its been oooh I don't know maybe 5 months since I have made a traditional scrapbook page! I know wow hey...but I definitely describe myself as a digi kinda gal these days...however thats not to say I don't enjoy getting up close and personal with my scrappy stash every now and then! I can now guarantee there will be a few hybrid pages over the coming months because something exciting has happened!!!

Some of you may know that Sissy Sparrows are digital scrapbook designers. I hang with these creative ladies everyday playing with their digital scrapbook kits...being on their team is something I feel so lucky to have the opportunity to do as they are incredible ladies and my all time fave designers.

Anyways when I caught up with Jules and Don in November last year they were telling me all about their new venture in making rubber stamps! So I have been waiting with baited breath for the release and its so very very exciting to finally be able to share with you all that Sissy Sparrows has a great new collection of rubber stamps available for purchase at their etsy store to check them out click the banner below...

So of course I had to make a page using them, here is the hybrid version.
 'A Popular Look'
Materials Used for Hybrid Version:
Damaged Diary Rubber Stamps by Sissy Sparrows
Printed Elements from Damaged Diary Art Journal Kit by Sissy Sparrows
White Cardstock
Dylusions Lemon Zest Ink Spray
Graphix Rub-Onz
Acetate, Tissue Paper, staples and Cotton Thread

A little close up shot!

The gorgeous rubber stamp set I used...omg love love love it!
These stamps really are fabulous to play with. They are perfect for scrapping but would be equally as versatile to use in art journal or mixed media style projects so are well worth checking them out!
Below is the digital version kinda like my prototype for the hybrid version...
'A Popular Look'
Digital Credits:
Damaged Diary Art Journal Kit by Sissy Sparrows
In The News Digital Stamps and Brush Set Newsletter Freebie by Sissy Sparrows
Nice Threads by Sissy Sparrows
Mixed Tapes Vol.1 by Sissy Sparrows
Tissue Textures No.2 by Anna Aspnes

This digital page got a GSO at Scrapstacks woohoo!

Here is a really quick video showing you how I put together a Hybrid page from a Digital project.

Oooh and Sissy Sparrows also released a beautiful kit and two co-ordinating packs this week called 
The Gardener's Journal another one well worrth checking out.

Here is my DT page using the kit and is of my mumzie and I around 1972-73.
'Wipe Your Tears'
Digital Credits:
The Gardener's Journal Kit by Sissy Sparrows

Thanks for stopping by, hope you liked the pages I shared today and have a great weekend everyone!


  1. Gorgeous pages, so cool to see both digi and hybrid side by side!
    I'm still working on getting my other 2 page maps pages up on my blog for you to see too.....

    1. Ooh fantastic can't wait to see them but I hope you mean Page Drafts Peg he he ;)

  2. FANTASTIC!!!! Love see those stamps in action.... gorgeous pages Em xx

  3. My goodness you are clever to do both types of scrapping! Both of these layouts are amazing, love the wings, and your digi layout is so sweet, that photo melts my heart!, lovely creating!,

  4. Absolutely stunning! I love your style :)

  5. Oh I love your hybrid page! It's stunning! And those stamps are gorgeous. The pic on the second page is priceless - you're so lucky to have photos like that. You've scrapped it perfectly too.

  6. Gorgeous, gorgeous piece! Loooove the textures and the grungy feel <3

  7. OMG...I need those stamps!! LOL! Oh I loooooooove how you added the wings to your little guy! Oh I want, I want! How I'd love to do the same to my own little guy. They're our little angels aren't they? I absolutely loved both pages--I find it so cool how you can do both hybrid and digital. I have yet to try a digital page. I wouldn't know where to begin...but I have a feeling that if I start...I won't know how to end afterwards! lol Fabulous, fabulous work!

  8. Fabulous pages - love that you can do both tradition and digi pages! Awesome work as always!


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