Cheerful Summer Cards with Nathalie Leonelli

Our newest puffy embellishment stickers, the Summer Puffy Stickers, are bright, cheerful, and perfect for any project—greeting cards included! That’s what design team member Nathalie Leonelli is sharing with us today. Her cards are sure to brighten the recipients’ day, and you can easily re-create them to send to your own special friend!

Hello, it’s Nathalie wishing you a happy 1st of July! I am back again so soon because I was excited to share with you the greeting cards I created with the Summer Puffy Stickers released with the  June Kit and extras. With a bright mix of words and summery icons, they are perfect for memory keeping and for this season’s happy mail!

Supplies | June 2019 Kit, Summer Phrase Stickers, Summer Puffy Stickers, Magical Memories 6 x 6 Paper Stack

For both of my cards, I combined the Summer Puffy Stickers with tags and die-cuts from the June Kit, the Magical Memories 6 x 6 Paper Stack and not much else. Everything matches so well!

For this first card, I cut three favorite tags from the June Kit, keeping just the main features of two of them and combining them to make one long card front. 

The puffy stickers are here to add dimension. I even placed some popsicle puffy stickers right on top of the drawn popsicles on the card. The sentiment was created by matching the “life is good” puffy sticker with the “summer starts now” die-cut from the June Kit. This card turned out perfect for a teacher friend!

The second card started with the idea of placing the sunglasses on top of the sun. Does it look cool? It works nicely with my sentiment, which I found on the Summer Phrase Stickers and layered on top of a few labels.

I finished with some Summer Puffy Stickers puffy heart outlines— I love them so much I would take a whole pack of them—and some machine stitches.

This feel good card would for sure brighten anyone’s day, but you could easily adapt it (just like the first one) into journaling tags for your pocket pages!

As you can see, the Summer Puffy Stickers are so much fun and I hope to have inspired you to play with them! Whether you use them in your memory keeping, to create cards, tags or more, be sure to add one or two packs to your basket before they are gone if you haven’t already!

Magical Memories Outside of the Park with Candace Perkins

You may think that our Magical Moments collection was created to document only one event—a day at your favorite Disney theme park, but think again! Today Candace Perkins is showing us how she used it to document a family dinner in a simple and beautiful way! Let’s see what she created!

Hello friends! It’s Candace here today to share a fun everyday layout featuring the Magical Moments collection. Did you know that you can use this Disney-themed collection for your everyday memories?! Absolutely! I love challenging myself to use my supplies and collections in new and different ways. For today’s layout I created a two-page 6″ x 8″ layout all about a fun family dinner night out.

Supplies | Magical Memories Journaling Tags, Magical Memories 6 x 6 Paper Stack  

I printed out photos of our family from the fun night out, and I even printed out a fun poster from the restaurant to add to the theme and feeling of the spread. I love the color and interest it brings to the spread!  

Using the Magical Memories Journaling Tags, I cut up elements to create a custom tag for my journaling.  By creating my own tag, I can manipulate the colors and themes in the collection to match the everyday story I am trying to tell.

For the title card, I cut a the striped patterned paper from the Magical Memories 6 x 6 Paper Stack to 4″ x 6″.  Next, I created an embellishment stack in the center of the title card using a tag, label, and sentiment strip from the die cuts included in the Magical Memories Journaling Tags, choosing colors that match the theme and feel of the spread.

I added a the “yum!” banner die cut to the top of the poster photo. I love this little touch!  A fun spread all about a fun night out with the family.

How will you use the new Magical Moments collection to tell your everyday stories?  I can’t wait to see!

Title Builder Possibilities with Patricia Roebuck

We designed our popular Title Builder products to make creating project titles quick and easy for you, but our design team has found so many creative ways to use them, and we know that this post from Patricia Roebuck will have you looking at your Title Builder stamps in a completely different way with her amazing project! Let’s take a look!

Hi, Elle’s Studio friends! It’s Patricia here to share a traveler’s notebook spread combining the Title Builder Stamp, Title Builder Vol. 2 Stamp, and… the brand new Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp! These stamps are essential to anyone needing an economical way to create titles and subtitles, but for today’s post, these stamps will create not just a title and subtitle, but also the base of my project in an unexpected way!

Supplies | Title Builder Stamp, Title Builder Vol. 2 Stamp, Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp, June 2019 Kit, Summer Phrase Stickers, Summer Puffy Stickers, Wood Veneer Stars, Family Acrylic, Beautiful Day 6 x 6 Paper Stack

At first glance, these stamps allow amazing ways to combine titles, cool typography, words and phrases perfect for memory keeping, but have you noticed the other images also available in these sets? In the Title Builder Stamp there are rows of dots, asterisks, and greater-than signs. The Title Builder Vol. 2 Stamp and the new Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp have images as well. All of these illustrations, along with the words and phrases, sparked not just a background, but a pattern and a design. I needed to follow a half circle to translate my idea onto paper, so using a double-sided tape roll (another round object would work as well), helped me pencil in my half circles onto my cardstock. I traced a few nested together at the bottom right and at the top left.  

Next, I positioned each image design on my acrylic block, but curved it.  (NOTE: Sometimes they bounce back to their original form, but they will eventually comply with being curved.) I did this with all of the images, continuing to stamp in black ink until I had a pattern started.  The images from the Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp are my favorite as they can be splashes of water, flowers, or in this case, the top of my medallions I’ve created for my patterns!

The circle at the top left had a large area to be filled in, so I used this space to create more layers to my stamped patterns, and also add some of the phrases and words.  In the Title Builder Stamp there is a cursive font “happy” word and in the new Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp there is a block font “happy.”  With the idea of combining the same word in different fonts and how they would look layered over each other, I began by curving each one on my acrylic block.  I first inked the block font “happy” with grey ink and filled in blank areas as well as along the outside of my patterned circles.  Then I stamped using the cursive “happy” with black ink to stamp over the grey words, but only inside the half circle.  

On the bottom half circle, using the grey ink again with the ampersand from the Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp, I stamped directly over areas or rows of my patterns.  The ampersand did not need to be curved. I stamped it as is.  For this circle, I also used the “let the” and the “choose to be” sayings, curving them as I did the other images, to stamp rows within my circle using black ink.  The Title Builder stamps helped me to create not only an eye-catching background, but also my title, subtitles, and theme for my project.

I painted the Family Acrylic and the Wood Veneer Stars with black paint to continue this neutral and black combination and to help build my title.  Since my background was filled with pattern, I needed a focal point. Since this spread is all about our family beach trip, I printed photos in three circle sizes, then free-hand trimmed the patterned paper behind each one to create balance with the yellow on the right side.  The puffy flip flop stickers from the Summer Puffy Stickers added another fun way to add to the theme.

I added the yellow sun tag from the June 2019 Kit on the right side and to add to it, I continued the medallion look of the circle patterns I created on the left. Instead of curving the dotted stamp image from the Title Builder Stamp, this time I used it as is to accent the sun on the tag. Then I used the splash illustration from the Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp in between.  To finish that tag, I stamped “Fun in the Sun” using the Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp and black and grey ink to balance with the left side.

I filled my bottom pocket with a photo, but I still brought in yellow to this pocket using a June Kit die cut which I filled with a Summer Phrase Sticker and added the sunglasses Summer Puffy Sticker to the top.

Honesty time here: I had this idea in my mind, but as it came out on paper, I doubted myself, which is when I would normally start all over. Instead, I challenged myself to get out of the routine of getting something “perfect” or how I think it should be, and just create without overthinking it. This project gives me the idea and confidence to create more patterns like this— knowing if that same doubt enters my mind, to just keep going, because I love how it came out! I hope this challenges you, like it did me, to look at the Title Builder stamps in a different way, not to doubt the initial idea you have, and to keep going! 

Do you want to re-create Patricia’s amazing background? You’re in luck! Our Title Builder Stamp and Title Builder Vol. 2 Stamp are on sale through today only! Be sure to grab these sets now, at a great discount!

“Inspired By” with Nathalie Leonelli

We love when our design team members inspire each other, and today Nathalie Leonelli was inspired to change up a design by Daniela to fit in a smaller format. She’s here to show us just how do-able it is! Let’s take a look!

I love the 10th of each month when we get to discover the new monthly kit and add-on products, but also see some of the amazing work done by the design team members. Those blog posts are an awesome source of ideas and I, Nathalie, am here today to share how one of them inspired me for a new project I created with the June Kit and extras.

The design, the layering and the details in Daniela’s Play All Day layout from May really appealed to me:

Another thing that grabbed me was that I could imagine it in a traveler’s notebook insert, which is what I ultimately wanted to work on. Here is the result:

Supplies | June 2019 Kit, June Labels, Summer Phrase StickersSummer Puffy Stickers, Lime Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Wood Veneer Stars, Magical Memories Acetate Die CutsMagical Memories Happy Acrylic, Magical Memories Stamp, Magical Memories 6 x 6 Paper Stack

As you might see I have kept the major lines of her designs including the big circle base, which I loved, the two photos, the layering and the position of the large title. I pulled a more masculine color combination of blues and greens from my June supplies.

Where Daniela used a cut-file for her title, I used the Magical Memories Happy Acrylic layered on top of a 6″ circle of patterned paper from the Magical Memories 6 x 6 Paper Stack.

On the left page, I used another paper from the same stack but also a couple of tags and die-cuts from the June 2019 Kit to create layers under my photos. I typed my journaling on two June Labels that fill the gaps caused by the positioning of my photos and add to the layered look.

I added the date with the new Lime Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers and then embellished with an assortment of Wood Veneer Stars, a puffy heart outline sticker from the Summer Puffy Stickers and some Magical Memories Acetate Die Cuts (all new favorites of mine!). This fabulous variety of textures makes me happy!

The final touch was to stamp a few sparkles using the Magical Memories Stamp. I love this particular stamp! It is tiny, but perfect to add a bit of contrast and is a great alternative to enamel dots or ink drops because of its interesting shape. Give it a try! 

Take a long look at the design team inspiration posts and find ways to adapt what you like to what you want to create! Happy crafting!

Three Ways to Use Labels in Your Pockets with Jess Forster

Did you know? When Elle designs her products, she always includes a sheet of labels with each monthly release that matches the journaling tags in the monthly kit. Not only do I love these little rectangles of goodness, I also love using up all my supplies! Today I am going to share three ways I used the June Labels to dress up my pocket page. Easy to use, they can be a simple addition to your layout. Have a look: 

Supplies | June 2019 Kit, June Labels, Summer Puffy Stickers, Lime Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Large Jane Alphabet Stamp – Stripes

In this 6″ x 8″ double pocket spread, I tell the story of my son playing summer soccer. Sam is my second child, and as such he was often dragged to many of his older sister’s soccer games. Now that he is old enough to play, we signed up for Monday night soccer. As you can tell that bright orange shirt offered some interesting design challenges for me. The June Labels were a great way to add lots of colour in small bursts around my page. 

An obvious way to use the June Labels to dress up your pockets is to stamp on them. Here I combined a orange label on a lime green 3″ x 4″ journaling card. These colours matched my son’s soccer uniform as well as background of the enlarged photo. Using the striped Large Jane Alphabet Stamp, I stamped the letter “S” for my son’s first name and included the date on the label. I always like to include the date on most of my pages. Although this was a recent moment, I know it will be one I soon forget. Having the date is a nice reminder of what age my kids are, especially when they start specific activities.

The second way to use your monthly kit labels to dress up your pockets is to layer embellishments on them. I just love the green “favourite” die cut from the June Kit and layering it on yellow label added another dimension of colour to my layout. If you don’t have a die cut that expresses your favourite sentiment, consider adding puffy stickers to help spell out your title. On this page, I used a large orange tag and to add the word “soccer” as part of the “summer soccer” heading.

Lastly, you can always use the fun and colorful labels to decorate your journaling tags. Here I kept the orange, green, light green, blue and yellow June Labels in a row, intact. After cutting them as a row from the sheet, I then cut them in half. I then add the labels in a line to the top of my white 4″ x 6″ journaling tag. Yes, I created my own customized journaling tag, using those labels. So fun!

Simple to use, consider adding a label to your pockets the next time you are faced with a design dilemma!

Thanks for looking!

Show us how Jess has inspired you to use your Elle’s Studio labels by sharing your project in our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group or on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio!

Creating Sunshine with Title Builder Vol. 3 and Meghann Andrew

Hey friends! It’s Meghann Andrew, and I am so excited that our third volume of Title Builder products released yesterday, and we can finally start sharing inspiration with you using Title Builder Vol. 3! You may have seen a new, summery layout yesterday on the blog on release day, and I wanted to share it with you and tell you a bit more about it today.

Supplies | June 2019 Kit, Summer Puffy Stickers, Magical Memories Wood Veneer Confetti, Summer Wood Veneers, Beautiful Day 6 x 6 Paper Stack, Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp, Mini Dated Stamp

This layout began with two funny photos of my little girl from a picnic last summer. She found the largest strawberry in the basket and put the whole thing in her mouth! I knew the June Kit would be perfect for documenting this funny moment, with its red, yellow and green hues. I grabbed it, along with the Beautiful Day 6 x 6 Paper Stack and started layering tags and patterned paper under my photos.

Before I adhered my papers down, I decided to add an accent border to the left side of the page, and the Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp was perfect for this! I first punched the edge of my white cardstock with a border punch. I then stamped a yellow, green and red pattern using the splash accent along the length of the left side. I love that you can create both title and embellishment using this stamp!

Next, it was time for me to adhere my layers and create a title! I chose “Create Your Own Sunshine” from the list of titles that come with your Title Builder Vol. 3 Stamp purchase based on the sunny, fun photos. I started with “create” in green on the green striped tag from the June Kit, and then added “sunshine” in yellow on the white cardstock. The middle words, “your own,” needed some dimension, so I stamped them on a yellow label die cut in the June Kit using red ink, since the patterned paper below the label was red.

This fun, dimensional title was perfect to go along with this fun memory. Once my title was complete, finishing this layout was as simple as adding a few small embellishments from the June Kit and extras, like the sun from the Summer Puffy Stickers, the “picnic time” Summer Wood Veneer piece and a few die cuts from the June Kit.

I hope you’ll have as much fun creating your project titles as I did on this layout! Be sure to tag us on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio when you use your new Title Builder Vol. 3 products! We can’t wait to see your beautiful titles!

Introducing Title Builder Vol. 3!

We are so excited to announce that we have expanded our Title Builder collection once again and volume three of these fun and versatile products is now available in our shop! Here’s a closer look at these new items that we’ve made in collaboration with Meghann Andrew:

Our Title Builder products are specifically designed to help you come up with and create creative titles on your layouts, pocket pages, traveler’s notebooks, and more! Volume three of our collection includes a 6 x 8 inch stamp, wood veneers, and acrylics! These can be purchased separately, or together in our Title Builder Vol. 3 Bundle, specially priced with a 15% discount, while supplies last!

Our Title Builder products are designed to create titles using a mix of stamped words and phrases, acrylic and wood veneer together. You’ll have endless possibilities by varying your words and ink colors, along with adding alphabet stickers and stamps!

When you purchase our Title Builder Vol. 3 stamp or bundle, you will also receive a PDF file that you can print at home, with over 100 titles that you can create with this stamp alone. Just think of the title possibilities using other acrylic, wood veneer words, chipboard, and alphabet or phrase stickers in the Elle’s Studio shop, or from your own stash!

We have designed these products not only for your traditional scrapbook layouts, but to also fit in your traveler’s notebooks and pocket pages! If you need to create a filler tag title to introduce your pocket page story, look no further than our Title Builder products!

These brand new products are available in our shop today, along with a special bundle price, saving you 15%! (Please note: bundle available while supplies last)!

To celebrate our Title Builder Vol. 3 reveal, Title Builder Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 stamps are on sale for a limited time at 20% off! Collect them all and combine them to create even more amazing titles for your projects! This offer ends on July 1st at midnight PST or while supplies last!

We are so excited to be adding a third volume to our Title Builder collection today and we have enjoyed seeing how loved and useful our first two editions were for adding titles to your projects! We can’t wait to see what titles you create with the addition of this sunny and happy volume! Be sure to post your project photos using all of our Title Builder products on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio, and watch our blog, where our design team will be sharing lots of Title Builder Vol. 3 inspiration with you!

Summer Pockets with Guest Designer Elizabeth Heinz

Today we are excited to welcome Elizabeth Heinz back to the Elle’s Studio blog to share her final project with us. So far this month, she has inspired us to document our favorite parts of summer and get graphic with bold shapes. Today she’s showing us how to record everyday summer memories in pockets, using our June kit and extras! Let’s take a look at this week’s project!

Hello friends.  I’m delighted to share my final project, a weekly 9” x 12” pocket page spread, using the June kit and add-ons!

Supplies | June 2019 Kit, Here’s the Story Journaling Tags, Summer Phrase StickersSummer Puffy Stickers, Green Puffy Alphabet StickersWood Veneer Stars, Beautiful Day 6 x 6 Paper Stack, Summertime Stamp, Mini Dated Stamp

I always start with photos. I typically print three 4″ x 6″ and three to five 3″ x 4″ photos. When I take and select photos, I choose a combination of close-ups and landscapes, which provides variety and interest. In this particular spread, I also printed a screenshot of a text message from my son, Joshua. I like to take and choose photos with white space so I can add titles or journaling.  If I can add some context to my photos, it gives me more flexibility with my journaling tags. 

After photos, I select my 3″ x 4″ tags. Again, I seek a balance of color and filler or journaling tags. I try to repeat two or three colors throughout the spread. This month, I chose green, yellow, and blue, with a few pops of red and orange. For the remainder, I use neutrals like gray, black and white. I then choose my 4″ x 6″ title card to coordinate with my color scheme.

I was very inspired by the journaling card with the numbered hexagon list.  I thought it would be fun to add the die-cut hexagons from the June 2019 Kit and Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers to some of my photos!

When I embellish, I apply simple rules. Repeat, if possible, in odd numbers.  For example, in this spread, I added Summer Puffy Stickers to three pockets, a popsicle, star and heart. I added stars to three pockets: a Wood Veneer Star, die-cut strip from the June Kit and a Summer Puffy Sticker star. I added three word phrase strips to the soccer photo AND the yellow filler card created with the Beautiful Day 6 x 6 Paper Stack. This provides visual triangles and consistency throughout my spread.

Finally, I always try to incorporate stamps. With words and phrases, I often stamp directly on my photos. This month, I used the Summertime Stamp to add detail to three of my journaling tags.

I will add my last project, a 6” x 12” insert, directly into the center of this spread.  I LOVE mixing up the sizes in my album throughout the year.

I hope I provided some insight and inspiration.  Happy crafting!

My name is Elizabeth and I reside in Peoria, Arizona.  I’m married and happily raising two boys, Bailey (19) and Joshua (16).  I also have one affectionate pup, Bond. I work part-time at Midwestern University as a Standardized Patient. I pretend to be a patient for students going through their clinical rotations. When I’m not crafting, I enjoy hiking, reading and gardening. I’m PASSIONATE about writing my story.  It’s not remarkable but it’s MINE.

We have loved showcasing Elizabeth’s work with you using our June Kit and add-ons! Be sure to follow her Instagram account to see more of her clean and graphic designs. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful projects with us, Elizabeth!

June Design Team Inspiration: Volume Three

Hello, friends! By now we hope you are having fun creating with your June Kit and extras, and today we have a few more, fresh projects to share with you from our design team! Use them to spark your creativity with these new products!

Family Celebration by Meghann Andrew – supplies used | June 2019 Kit, June 2019 Digital Cut File, Summer Phrase Stickers, Summer Puffy Stickers, Wood Veneer Stars, Family Acrylic, Summertime Stamp, Large Jane Alphabet Stamp – Stars, Large Jane Alphabet Stamp – Solid, Mini Dated Stamp, Jane Alphabet Stamp, Large Jane Alphabet Metal Die, Beautiful Day 6 x 6 Paper Stack

Fun Times 1985 by Jennifer McMurtrey – supplies used | Magical Memories Journaling TagsMagical Memories 6 x 6 Paper StackMagical Memories Acetate Die CutsMagical Memories Fun Times AcrylicMagical Memories StampLarge Jane Alphabet Metal Die, Large Jane Alphabet Stamp – Outline, Large Jane Alphabet Stamp – StarsLarge Jane Alphabet Metal Die

Summer by Ashley Laura – supplies used | June 2019 KitSummer Puffy Stickers

This is the Very Best by Melissa Mann – supplies used | June 2019 Kit, Here’s The Story Journaling TagsJune Print and Cut Labels, Magical Memories Journaling Tags, Magical Memories Acetate Die CutsSummer Phrase StickersJane Alphabet Stickers – Red, Summer Puffy Stickers, Best Friends AcrylicSummertime Stamp, All My Heart 6″ x 6″ Paper StackNoteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection

Best Ride Ever by Nathalie Leonelli – supplies used | June 2019 Kit, Magical Memories Acetate Die Cuts, Magical Memories Phrase StickersSummer Puffy StickersSummer Wood VeneersBest Friends Acrylic, Mini Dated Stamp

100% Magical, Except… by Mary-Ann Maldonado – supplies used | Magical Memories Acetate Die Cuts, Jane Alphabet Stickers – Red, Magical Memories Puffy Stickers, White Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Magical Memories Fun Times Acrylic, Noteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection

Luke’s Wagon pocket page by Kristina Proffitt – supplies used | June 2019 Kit, Here’s The Story Journaling Tags, Summer Phrase StickersLime Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Summertime Stamp, Large Jane Alphabet Stamp – Stars, Large Jane Alphabet Metal Die

Family is My Favorite by Tracey Fox – supplies used | June 2019 Kit, Summer Phrase StickersLime Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Summer Puffy Stickers, Family Acrylic, Summertime Stamp, Noteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection

This may be our final design team gallery for the month, but don’t worry! We will have new projects using your June goodies up until our July reveal! In the meantime, we’d love to see what you are creating with our newest products! Join our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group and post your project there, or share on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio for a chance to win a gift certificate to our shop! Thanks for stopping by!

Summertime Selfies with Sabrina Poole

Summertime is an awesome season for taking selfies! Whether you have a new pair of shades on, you’re lounging by the blue water of the pool, or you’re on an exciting summer adventure, flip the camera around and snap a photo of yourself! That’s what Sabrina Poole did, and we love the way that she used our June kit and add-ons to get her summer selfies documented in the traveler’s notebook spread she’s sharing with us today! Let’s take a look!

Hi everyone. This is Sabrina and I hope that you are enjoying your summer, if that’s your current season! Today I want to show you a fun way to use the June Kit and extras to make a traveler’s notebook page.

I was inspired by the three hexagon die cuts in the June Kit and I immediately wanted to make a spread with hexagons. I also loved the blue, fuchsia and green color combination! I had some fun selfies from last summer and decided to use those to create my spread.

Supplies | June 2019 Kit, Here’s the Story Journaling Tags, June Labels, Fuchsia Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Lime Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Summer Puffy Stickers, Shapes and Dots Puffy Stickers, Magical Memories Wood Veneer Confetti, Everyday Phrases Vol. 2 Stamp, Summertime Stamp, Beautiful Day 6 x 6 Paper Stack

My selfies were playful and my hair gave me the idea to make some visual movement on the spread, so I decided to get out my paint and my stamps to create a mixed media background. I splattered some paint on the spread and then used the Summertime Stamp to stamp a few phrases in the background. 

I then needed to make several more hexagons to add to the spread, so I used the Beautiful Day 6 x 6 Paper Stack and the die cuts from the kit as templates to make my own hexagons. I also used some white cardstock to stamp some sentiments on as well, and since the cardstock was white I joined the edges of the hexagons so that they wouldn’t blend into the white background of the traveler’s notebook spread.

Next, I added a few things to the photos to bring more focus to them, including some stamped phrases using the June Labels with the Everyday Phrases Vol. 2 Stamp and a few Summer Puffy Stickers. I also used a scrap piece green paper from Beautiful Day 6 x 6 Paper Stack to include the story behind this selfies, adding my journaling to the Here’s the Story Journaling Tag.

The finishing details were adding a title using the Lime Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers on two of the hexagons and some Magical Memories Wood Veneer Confetti to my spread. This spread was so much fun to put together and I loved getting out my paint and trying a new way to bring movement and color to a project!

I hope you not only document yourself, but also use some Elle’s Studio goodies when you do it. Have a great week!