I mentioned a little while ago that I recently ventured into the world of paper crafting. Well, it’s been three whole months since I started my new hobby and I’m still not sick of it! Seriously, I am so in love with pretty paper, stamps, ink, glitter and stickers. At first I was a little hesitant to pick up yet another pastime because I already have so many: photography, sketching, Blythe dolls and anything involving fiber (I knit, sew and would spin if I had my drop spindle with me… in fact, next time I visit my parents in California, I just might retrieve it). Fortunately for me, photography and scrapbooking are a perfect coupling, but I’m always looking for different ways to combine my interests. When I saw these camera stamps by Cameza on Pinkoi, I nearly started sobbing into a stack of patterned cardstock.
Cameza offers shipping to your nearest 7-Eleven (if you live in Taiwan). My stamps arrived within a week and I played around with them for a bit before I figured out what kind of layout I wanted to make. I used a pad of 6″X6″ cardstock from Basic Grey’s Picadilly line and a scalloped circle punch that I purchased from DIY Art in Eslite Dunnan, a printable Polaroid embellishment from Kitschy Digitals and stickers from JSF (金興發).
If you want to purchase your own set of camera stamps, visit Cameza’s store on Pinkoi. Pinkoi (I profiled them last year) recently added a translation tool, but if you need help ordering, email service AT pinkoi.com.