Designed for you by, SHARON MURPHY 

Copyright 1999 S.A.M., All rights reserved.

April 22, 1999


Supplies Needed:
  • One sheet of blue or white12x12 cardstock or 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock
  • Rubberstamp: "Friends Are Flowers that never fade" *
  • Rubberstamp: Grass *
  • Evergreen Inkpad 
  • Wavy Ruler
  • Markers: Fine Line Evergreen; Brushed Tip Yellow; Brushed Tip Blue; Brushed Tip Light Green


  1. Take your "Grass" rubberstamp and using the evergreen inkpad, stamp grass across the bottom of your page, overlapping as you stamp.
  2. Take the rubberstamp "Friends are flowers that never fade" and stamp it slightly above the grass on the left-hand side of your page.
  3. Take your wavy ruler and continue drawing the wave line from the top of the wave from your stamped image to the top of the page, stopping 1 inch from the top.
  4. Duplicate drawing the same leaves that are on the Friends are Flowers stamped image along the wavy line.
  5. Duplicate drawing flowers along the wavy line.
  6. Color in the flowers and the leaves with markers. (Note: You can also use colored pencils to color this in.)
  7. Your page is now ready for pictures and journalling.

* Note: If you do not have these stamps, you can try your hand at freehand drawing this design.

 Hope you have enjoyed this border design. I know I have enjoyed designing it and sharing it with all of you!

Please Note: This idea may be used for your personal scrapbooking pages only. Altering this handout to look as though you designed this idea is a violation of the copyright. This border along with any other of my borders and ideas I created may not be reproduced or copied to teach, or publish in any idea books or placed on any Web sites without contacting and receiving hand written permission. You may contact me at with comments or questions or write to: Sharon Murphy, 117 Ziegler Road, Leesport, PA 19533. Thank you for your cooperation. 

Visit my website for other ideas to help you in your personal scrapbook:

Scrappers Hideaway Homepage

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."