Currently in Pockets with Jamie Leija

Documenting the “here and now” has really gained popularity in paper crafting, and our new Currently Stamp gives you all of the prompts to capture what life looks like right now. Jamie Leija used it to document her “currents” in a pocket page, with amazing results! Let’s take a look at what she created:
 
Hiya! It’s Jamie and boy do I love a good “currently” page. I love looking back in my scrapbooks and seeing these little snapshots of everyday life—things that might not have made it into my pages otherwise!
 

 
Supplies | April 2018 Kit, Everyday Goodness Stickers, Banner Stickers, Adventure Puffy Stickers, Currently Stamp
 
I created this double 6″ x 8″ pocket page using the April 2018 Kit, extras and Currently Stamp. I love that I’ll be able to use this set again and again!
 

 
The April Kit also featured a 3″ x 4″ journaling tag with the “Currently” design. I used it as the jumping off point, then embellished the page with the stamp set.
 
I didn’t have photos for all of the categories, so I covered up “eating” and “creating” with stickers and bits of journaling tag that I’d cut out. You’d never really know it except for a little bit of white peeking out!
 

 
I ended up adding more journaling than I originally thought. Although I didn’t have a photo for “thinking” or “feeling” I was able to capture those sentiments with some journaling.
 
And not fear, I intentionally stamped “feeling” upside down to add a bit more visual interest!
 

 
One of my go-tos when it comes to pocket pages is to adhere things on top of the page protector. In this photo, the “this was amazing” die cut from the April Kit, puffy hearts from the Adventure Puffy Stickers and star Everyday Goodness Sticker are all on top of the plastic. I like things in neat, tidy boxes but I also like to create continuity between them and putting things on top of the pockets helps me to do that!
 

 
Even though my photos told most of the story, I still had a few things to say about each one, so I grouped them together on one journaling tag and stamped the corresponding word (in the color I used for their label) directly onto the tag.
 
I’ll definitely turn to this stamp set again and again. It’s a must-have for capturing the little things in life!
 

“Inspired By” with Nathalie Leonelli

Inspiration is everywhere, and especially in the projects that our design team creates! In this monthly blog post, we challenge a design team member to be inspired to create based off of a project created by a fellow teammate, with stunning results! Today we have Nathalie Leonelli sharing a traveler’s notebook page that she created based on a project by Jess Forster. Let’s take a look at the result:
 
I love the “Happy Heart” pocket page spread that Jess Forster created with the March 2018 Kit and I thought it would be fun to transform it into a traveler’s notebook spread. First let’s have a look at what Jess created:
 

 
I kept the same design but adapted it to a traveler’s notebook size, while keeping my favorite aspects of her project:
 

 
Supplies | April 2018 Kit, Everyday Goodness Stickers, Banner Stickers, Wood Veneer CamerasYellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Adventure Puffy StickersTwinkle Puffy Stickers, Currently Stamp, Mini Dated Stamp, Happy Moments Stamp, Noteworthy Stamp, Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack
 
I used a full size photo on the left side which I edited to black and white. I also wanted to make my spread monochromatic like hers, but went with yellow instead of teal.
 

 
I liked how Jess added her title and embellishments directly on the photo so I did the same using the Currently StampYellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers and Everyday Goodness yellow sticker strip.
 
On the right page, I cut down several tags from the April Kit and also pulled a yellow patterned paper from the brand new Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack. I fed it into my typewriter to add my journaling first, then stamped “for the record” with the Happy Moments Stamp and added a geotag puffy sticker from the fun Adventure Puffy Stickers.
 

 
I played with several stamp sets—Mini Dated, Currently and Happy Moments— to add details here and there and, after hesitation, decided to ink a Wood Veneer Camera in black to add more contrast. A Banner Sticker and Twinkle Puffy Sticker finished off the right side.
 

 
Thank you, Jess, for inspiring me! This was such a fun exercise. I‘d like to encourage you to think outside the box and maybe look at pocket pages as inspiration for traveler’s notebook spreads or layouts.
 
By the way, if you ever want to visit the medieval city of Sarlat in the Southwest of France, don’t go on market day!
 

A Favorite Adventure Documented with Guest Laureen Wagener

Hi friends and welcome back to a new post from me, Laureen! I am really happy to be back on the blog to share yet another project I made as a guest designer with you!
 
Todays project is a fun one! I love using large photos on my layouts and then embellishing along the top and/or bottom of the photo.
 

 
I decided to also use that design idea for this project to showcase all the different beautiful embellishments in the Noteworthy collection and the April 2018 Kit and add-ons.
 
My printer only prints up to A4 pages, so I printed a picture from a trip to Paris walking along the Seine, having an awesome view of the Eiffel Tower and used the embellishments to really emphasize my picture.
 

 
Supplies | April 2018 Kit, Vellum Sentiments, Adventure Acrylic, Noteworthy Word Labels, Noteworthy Bits and Pieces, Noteworthy Wood Veneers, Noteworthy Puffy Stickers
 
I began by laying down all the pieces I’d like to use. I love the Vellum Sentiments and needed to use them in one way or another, same as the Noteworthy Puffy Stickers and the Adventure Acrylic, which found its way onto my page as part of my title. It wouldn’t stay adhered to my page, so I stitched it down by wrapping some thread around a couple letters to hold it
in place. I also used the “favorite” Noteworthy Puffy Sticker and built my title by overlapping the two embellishments.
 

 
I continued layering up my embellishments to not only use as many as possible, but to also hide my photo edges. This is a great way of creating an interesting and eyecatching design.
 

 
Aren’t those Vellum Sentiments so much fun?! They look beautiful on the page and I love how the colors pop off of the white cardstock. To hide my glue I used to adhere the circle, I added a couple of different embellishments around or on top of the vellum piece. This is also a great way to build up some little clusters that catch the eye and to add layers, which also adds more dimension and different textures!
 

 
Have you ever worked with large pictures like this? If yes, how do you like to set up your page? If not, would you give it a go? I’d love to see your take on full page photos!
 
Have a great day and happy crafting!
 

 
My name is Laureen, I am in my early twenties and from beautiful Germany. I am in school to become a physical therapist and besides all that studying and waiting for my train to take me home, I like to get crafty! I discovered scrapbooking in 2013 and immediatly fell in love with it! Due to a lack of time, I needed to stop, but rediscovered the beauty of it in 2016 while going through chemo as a treatment to beat my cancer. It helped distract me from all the bad things and pain and brought back so much joy! Now I can’t stop and am loving all the memories I have in albums!
 
My favorite things are enamel dots, because they are like little sugary treats you sprinkle around your page, spray mists and unique embellishments such as wooden pieces or acrylic embellishments. My all time favorite color is yellow and whenever I get a piece of yellow paper or embellishment it will for sure end up on my project!
 
You can find more of my work at my Instagram feed, my blog, and my YouTube channel!
 
Be sure to follow all of Laureen’s links above to see more of her work, and come back next week, when she will share her final guest designer project with us. You won’t want to miss it!

April Design Team Inspiration: Volume Two

The inspiration from our design team continues today with a fresh round of projects using the April 2018 Kit, add-ons and new Noteworthy collection! Let’s take a look at what they’ve created:
 

 
August ’09 by Laura Wonsik – supplies used | April 2018 KitBanner StickersAdventure Puffy Stickers, Monthly Puffy Stickers
 

 
April pocket page by Melissa Mann – supplies used | April 2018 Kit, March LabelsVellum Sentiments, Black Cardstock Alphabet StickersAdventure Puffy StickersYellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Adventure AcrylicCurrently Stamp, Noteworthy Epoxy Stickers
 

 
Adventure by Heather Leopard – supplies used | April 2018 Kit, Currently Wood Veneer TabsEveryday Goodness StickersAdventure Puffy Stickers, Adventure AcrylicNoteworthy Puffy StickersNoteworthy Epoxy Stickers, Noteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection
 

 
Weeks 1 and 2 pocket page spread by Nathalie Leonelli – supplies used | April 2018 Kit, April LabelsMarch Labels, Black Cardstock Alphabet Stickers, Light Gray Cardstock Alphabet StickersBanner StickersEveryday Goodness StickersAdventure Puffy StickersYellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Acrylic StarsMini Dated StampCurrently Stamp
 

 
Aaron Reads traveler’s notebook spread by Jess Forster – supplies used | April 2018 Kit, April Labels, Everyday Goodness Stickers, Banner StickersAdventure Puffy Stickers, Black Puffy Alphabet StickersCurrently StampMini Dated Stamp
 

 
Adventure by Amanda-jayne Baldwin – supplies used | April 2018 KitAdventure Puffy Stickers, Adventure AcrylicAcrylic StarsNoteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection
 

 
The Flower by Andrea Gray – supplies used | April 2018 Kit, Currently StampNoteworthy Double-Sided Journaling Tags, Noteworthy Bits and PiecesNoteworthy Epoxy StickersNoteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper StackNoteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection
 

 
Seinfeld at Sea by Tracey Fox – supplies used | April 2018 KitCurrently Wood Veneer TabsBanner Stickers, Everyday Goodness StickersAdventure Puffy Stickers, Noteworthy Bits and Pieces, Noteworthy Wood VeneersNoteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper StackNoteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection, Stanley Alphabet Stamp — Outline, Stanley Alphabet Stamp — Solid
 

 
July 2016 by Laura Wilson – supplies used | April 2018 KitEveryday Goodness Stickers, Adventure Puffy Stickers, Yellow Puffy Alphabet StickersNoteworthy Puffy StickersNoteworthy Epoxy StickersNoteworthy Stamp
 

 
Wonderful Day by Meghann Andrew – supplies used | April 2018 Kit, Banner Stickers, Everyday Goodness StickersAdventure Puffy StickersLittle Acrylic HeartsCurrently StampMini Dated Stamp, Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper StackNoteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection
 
What beautiful projects! We hope you’ve been inspired to create with your April kit and extras as soon as they arrive! Be sure to post what you create on Instagram, and use the hashtag #EllesStudio to get the chance to be featured here on the blog, and win a $10 gift certificate to the shop!
 
Check back tomorrow when our April guest designer, Laureen Wagener, will be sharing her newest layout! 

Documenting a Noteworthy Milestone with Andrea Gray

Hey friends! Today I am sharing 6″ x 8″ pocket page spread featuring so many new goodies from the April Kit and extras, as well as the Noteworthy collection!
 

 
Supplies | April 2018 Kit, April LabelsYellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Teal Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Gray Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Mini Dated Stamp, Noteworthy Puffy Stickers, Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack, Noteworthy Stamp
 
This layout began with a photo of my work desk. Because all the yellow popped from my photo, I grabbed lots of yellow and teal supplies from the April Kit and added grey as my neutral color! This little cluster with a label from the April Kit, puffy heart and “today” from the Noteworthy Puffy Stickers, and the coolest plus signs from the Noteworthy Stamp makes a great focal point at the corner of my photo.
 

 
I used the 3 colors together throughout the layout to keep a sense of flow and loved finding new ways to cluster up the colors. Here I placed three April Labels on the edge of a 3″ x 4″ filler that I created with the Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack. On the opposite page, I used the “today’s schedule” tag from the April Kit and the Yellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers to list the where I am in a typical day.
 

 
Keeping with the same use of colors, I punched some half circles from the patterns in the Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack and layered them along the bottom of my journaling tag topping them with a Noteworthy Puffy Sticker. I don’t scrapbook much about my work life, but nearly 10 years at the same place is something to be documented!
 

 
As always, I thoroughly enjoyed creating with the colors and supplies from the April Kit  and extras and the Noteworthy collection!
 
Thanks for being here today! See you next time!
 

Documenting Real Life, In Color with Suzanna Stein

We have to take both the good and the bad that comes with real life, so why not document it, too? Suzanna Stein is here today, to share a new pocket page spread that she created to document her chronic illness, and she used the April 2018 kit and add-ons, as well as the new Noteworthy collection to add a bit of color to her not-so-great memories. Let’s see what she created:
 
Hey crafty pals, it’s Suzanna here! I’m so excited to be back on the Elle’s Studio blog today sharing a pocket page layout I created with the April Kit & add-ons, plus a few goodies from the new Noteworthy collection!
 

 
Supplies | April 2018 Kit, April Labels, Everyday Goodness StickersEnamel DotsNoteworthy Double-Sided Journaling Tags, Noteworthy Word Labels, Noteworthy Puffy Stickers, Noteworthy Wood Veneers, Noteworthy Epoxy Stickers, Noteworthy Stamp 
 
For this layout, I wanted to create another set of pages for my autoimmune album. The cheerful and bold colors in this kit were perfect for documenting this particular story!
 

 
Each of my photos on this layout comes from a different day. I was focusing more on the overall story, than the dates the photos took place. For this reason, I didn’t worry too much about adding a date to each of them, I just noted that they are from 2018.
 
After embellishing my photos, I went back in and started choosing the tags that would accompany them.
 

 
This “Here & There” tag from the is April Kit one of my favorites – the space on the bottom of the tag was perfect for a little title stamping.
 

 
I made sure to have two cards that would be specific for journaling. The first tag has the bulk of my journaling, where I share my thoughts on the story. On the second tag, I did a bullet point-style list where I wrote a little note about each of the photos in the layout, and added the numbers with the Noteworthy Puffy Stickers.
 

 
I love the way that the details tag turned out! That yellow grid patterned tag is subtle, but still gives a pop of color and interest, and I added the stamped “details” word from the Noteworthy Stamp.
 

 
I really love the way this layout turned out and the fact that I was able to use these bold and bright colors to document real life (sometimes not-so-great) moments—I like to think it makes those moments a little brighter and happier!
 

Colorful Columns + Process Video with Heather Leopard

We love it when a particular product inspires an amazing layout design, and today we have design team member Heather Leopard here to “WOW” us with her latest scrapbook layout, which started with the Vellum Sentiments. Let’s see what she created, and be sure to watch her process video below!  
 
Hi friends! It’s Heather Leopard here, feeling like I struck gold with this rainbow-inspired layout using the April 2018 Kit, add-ons and the Noteworthy collection.
 

 
Supplies | April 2018 Kit, Vellum Sentiments, Banner StickersAdventure Puffy StickersYellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Acrylic Stars, Noteworthy Bits and PiecesNoteworthy Puffy StickersNoteworthy Epoxy Stickers, Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack, Noteworthy 12×12 Paper Collection 
 
This layout was inspired by the colorful Vellum Sentiments. I played around with placing them in a line on the side and in a random pattern around the paper but once I started looking at the photos I wanted to use, the design just fell into place. The circles measure 2.25″ x 2.25″ so I decided to cut strips of color-coordinated patterned paper from the Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack and Noteworthy 12×12 Paper Collection in 2″ x 11″ strips, making it look like the color was dripping out of the vellum circles, kind of similar to art you sometimes see made with crayon drippings. That was not my plan but this reminds me of that.
 

 
Prior to adhering the paper strips, I adding fun stitched patterns. Each stitched pattern follows the design in the paper, from connecting dots in the Noteworthy Puffy Stickers  to “+” signs to circles.
 

 
Next, I printed 8 photos measuring 2″ x 3″. Yep, 8 photos! I spaced them out in a pattern with 3 across the top and bottom and 2 in the middle. I used the paper strips as my guide to align the photos, which made it easy-peasy.
 

 
To finish it off, I added embellishments in the same color as the patterned paper, from the Banner Stickers, Adventure Puffy StickersAcrylic StarsNoteworthy Bits and Pieces, Noteworthy Puffy Stickers and Noteworthy Epoxy Stickers, tucking some behind and over photos and popping others up to add dimension. Color-blocking embellishments in their matching column gave this page cohesive look.
 
I also created a process video for this layout, so be sure to watch to see how it all came together!
 

 
Thanks for stopping by today!
 

One Product, Three Ways: Adventure Puffy Stickers

Who doesn’t love a good puffy stickers? With our April release came our newest set, the Adventure Puffy Stickers, and today design team members Nathalie, Neela and Candace have all used this product in fun and creative ways! Hint: they’re not just for vacation photos! Let’s take a look at what they made:
 
Nathalie | As soon as I saw the “yes, please” phrase included in the Adventure Puffy Stickers, I thought of the saying “Cake? Yes, please!” so I decided that it would be great on a birthday card.
 

 
Supplies | Happy Birthday Journaling Tags, Adventure Puffy Stickers, Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack 
 
I matched the stickers with a 4″ x 6″ tag featuring a beautiful birthday cake found in the Happy Birthday Journaling Tags. But before adhering the stickers, I stamped the subtitle “Let’s celebrate!” from the Happy Birthday Stamp (sold out).
 

 
For the background, I used a pink pattern from the brand new Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack and to finish, I machine-sewed corners with a yellow pattern also from the Noteworthy collection.
 

 
Neela | One of my favorite topics to scrapbook is our vacation memories. So as soon as I saw the Adventure Puffy Stickers, I knew I had to tell our story about our trip to a coffee plantation in Hawaii.
 

 
Supplies | April 2018 Kit, Vellum SentimentsAdventure Puffy StickersYellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Noteworthy Double-Sided Journaling TagsNoteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack 
 
The Adventure Puffy Stickers had exactly the right phrases, colors and shapes for these photos from our visit that day. I pretty much used the entire sticker set on this layout and every single one made sense.
 

 
To really make this layout pop, I created a column of phrases along the left side of the spread, using the colorful striped patterns from the Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper StackAdventure Puffy Stickers and Yellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers.
 

 
Candace | Hello friends! One of my very favorite Elle’s Studio products is always the puffy stickers, and the Adventure Puffy Stickers are just fantastic. These stickers are so versatile and can be used on many different projects. I chose to use these stickers on a layout all about a family fun adventure in the Utah snow.
 

 
Supplies |  April 2018 Kit, Adventure Puffy Stickers, Noteworthy 12×12 Paper Collection 
 
I thought it would be fun to create a messy grid on a 12″ x 12″ layout. I printed photos in various sizes and then filled in the extra spaces with patterned paper and a cut up the “Go, See, Do” journaling tag from the April 2018 Kit, which was perfect for this page.  Lastly, I got to embellish using the fun Adventure Puffy Stickers. I looked for interesting places and angles to put the stickers on the photos. I wanted to create a flow across the spread and force the eye to look for all the dimensional sticker accents.
 

 
So fun!  I love the final layout and the whole “adventure” theme.  How will you use the Adventure Puffy Stickers in your projects this month?
 

 
How will you use the Adventure Puffy Stickers on a project? Put them to good use and post a photo to Instagram, using the hashtag #EllesStudio! You may be featured here on our blog and win a gift certificate to the shop, just for sharing! 

 

Noteworthy Layered Circles with Daniela

We are so excited that our newest collection, Noteworthy, has finally been released in the shop! Our design team has been hard at work creating with it; but really with a collection this beautiful, the work was fairly easy! Today Daniela is sharing a beautifully layered layout design that may look complex, but only requires a few products and a circle cutter! Let’s take a look:
 
Hi there, it’s Daniela again, and I’m so excited to share my very first layout using the brand-new collection: Noteworthy. When I got my box with all the beautiful goodies I fell in love with this collection right away. The colors are amazing and what I really like is that they are perfect with everyday pictures. Sometimes it’s really hard to find supplies for boy pages, but in this case Noteworthy provides so many papers and embellishments that fit perfectly, and I used them on a new layout that I’m sharing with you today!
 

Supplies | Noteworthy Bits and Pieces, Noteworthy Wood Veneers, Noteworthy Epoxy Stickers, Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper StackNoteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection
 
I wanted to use lots of different papers from the Noteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection and 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack on this layout because they look so great in combination. I used my circle cutter to cut circles and layered them in the center of my layout.
 

 
The Noteworthy Wood Veneers add a different texture and they build a nice contrast to the papers, so I topped my layers with the “today,” “here and now,” and heart and star circle veneer pieces.
 

 
Paper #3, which includes lots of colorful words and phrases, is perfect for fussy-cutting and building big titles. I arranged four words around the circle and divided them with Noteworthy Epoxy Stickers.
 

 
To add more dimension and texture to my page, I cut a fringe edge on some of the circles and used the Noteworthy Bits and Pieces on top of them, so there are lots of details to discover.
 

 
I hope you like my page. I can’t wait to see what you create with Noteworthy! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
 

 
Don’t miss out on our beautiful collection, Noteworthy, perfect for documenting your noteworthy everyday moments! 
 

A Day Documented with April Guest Designer Laureen Wagener

It’s a new month, and today we introduce a new guest designer: Laureen Wagener!  We are so excited to have her colorful and detailed creations featured here on the blog, using our newest products! Her lovely and positive personality shines through on her projects, and we know that you will be SO inspired by what she has to share with us this month. Let’s take a look at her first project:
 
Hi Elle’s Studio friends! My name is Laureen Wagener and I am beyond excited to be the guest designer for this month! I can’t wait to share the excitement and projects I created with you!
 
One thing I love about Elle’s Studio is not only their great quality and uniqueness to their products, I also love how they mix and match! The monthly kits match the current collections in such a good way—it was easy peasy to create three layouts to share with you throughout the month using all the amazing goodies!
 

 
Today I get to share my first layout with you. I used the April 2018 Kit and add-ons along with the beautiful new Noteworthy collection. This collection does not disappoint— the colors, the papers, the patterns and the embellishments are so good!
 

 
Supplies | April 2018 Kit, Currently Wood Veneer TabsYellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Mini Dated StampNoteworthy Puffy Stickers, Noteworthy Epoxy StickersNoteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack
 
I was scrolling through my pictures on my laptop and discovered that I still had a bunch of pictures from my “day in the life” 2017 project that I hadn’t scrapped. I decided to make that my first project and printed out eight pictures at 3″ x 4″. I grabbed a circle punch, punched all my pictures out and started the fun!
 

 
Circle dies were one of the main component of this page. I used the papers from the Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack and cut them out and then just added my photo on top.
 
The entire idea for this page came to mind when I was looking through all the embellishments and found the Currently Wood Veneer Tabs with action words on them like reading and eating. I wanted one picture to compliment each tab and the circle grid idea was born.
 

 
Since there are only eight tabs with words I decided to leave a little space right in the center of my page and place my title there. I used the Yellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers, which I ADORE, and created my title. Above, I added the date using the new Mini Dated Stamp onto a die-cut, multi-colored banner from the April 2018 Kit.
 
Embellishing this page was fairly easy. I used the color-on-color technique, adding Noteworthy Puffy Stickers and Noteworthy Epoxy Stickers for an easy, yet eye-catching design!
 

 
As a finishing touch I sprinkled some spray mists here and there and called it done!
 
Thank you for tuning in today, reading along and letting me share my work with you!
I hope you enjoyed this project as much as I did. I will be back soon sharing a new project with you!
 

 
My name is Laureen, I am in my early twenties and from beautiful Germany. I am in school to become a physical therapist and besides all that studying and waiting for my train to take me home, I like to get crafty! I discovered scrapbooking in 2013 and immediatly fell in love with it! Due to a lack of time, I needed to stop, but rediscovered the beauty of it in 2016 while going through chemo as a treatment to beat my cancer. It helped distract me from all the bad things and pain and brought back so much joy! Now I can’t stop and am loving all the memories I have in albums!
 
My favorite things are enamel dots, because they are like little sugary treats you sprinkle around your page, spray mists and unique embellishments such as wooden pieces or acrylic embellishments. My all time favorite color is yellow and whenever I get a piece of yellow paper or embellishment it will for sure end up on my project!
 
You can find more of my work at my Instagram feed, my blog, and my YouTube channel!
 
Welcome to the Elle’s Studio blog, Laureen! Be sure to follow all of Laureen’s links above to see more of what she’s been creating until you find her back here on the ES blog next week!