Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Can't Stop, Won't Stop with May's Releases

It's an awesome and exciting release in the shop today and it's been so hard to keep everything under wraps! But once the news came out, I couldn't stop sharing projects I'd been making using the brand new stamps designed by In A Creative Bubble.

I've been working on (and have now finished) my Traveler's Notebook from our trip to Toronto and for once I'm glad that it took as long as it did because that meant that I could work with all the new items available now.


Using the Seek Adventure stamp, I stamped directly onto my page and also made embellishments and placed them loosely around my photo.


For these pages, I inked up the Let's Eat stamp, again making some embellishments with them and then adding very accurate statements about the dinner we enjoyed.


The new kit, Here and There, has a coordinating stamp set called Mapped Out and I've used both on this layout. Since I had a full page photo and two others that I wanted to include, simple stamped elements were perfect to bring it all together.


For my last page in order to complete my notebook, I used the Here and There kit to add various layers underneath my photo. I have a process video showing how it all came together that you can watch here. There's also a quick walk through of the new items shown above so that you can get a full look at everything.


But before you go, there's one more project that I made with the Let's Eat stamps. I've gone back to 6x8 for my everyday memory keeping and had to document a fun brunch outing!

Thank you so much for the support you show and allowing our products a place among your memories! Happy shopping!

4 comments:

  1. Oh,wow! Elise, such a great release! Funny thing is, I don't travel, though my family does, but I love the stamp that has the travelogue, and tag on it, so versatile. I love your projects, too! Thanks for sharing. Michelle t

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    1. Thanks a bunch, Michelle, you're always so kind! I think you'll find plenty of use for it even to document places local to you. :)

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  2. Your Toronto notebook is fabulous, Elise! I tend to try and cram in a ton of photos when I document a vacation, but I love how just a photo or two per page looks. I have a question about the left of the Canada photo page - is that something you typed separately and then adhered over the top of the notebook page? I'm always looking for ways to get longer stories told ;)

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    1. Thank you so much, Susan! You're exactly right, the journaling was typed and then I just glued down the entire page into my notebook. I used regular copy paper to keep it from adding bulk. :)

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