Friday, November 10, 2017

Elle's Studio | November 2017 Kit Reveal

Hello there! It's the 10th of the month which means that Elle's Studio has new products in the shop! Here's a peek at the November 2017 Kit:

There's a good mix of holiday stuff (for those of you wanting to get a head start on your December documenting) and everyday kind of stuff. 

So many good extras this month! Love the wood veneer and as always, puffy stickers. They are my fave!

Also, the Stanley Jr. Alphabet stamps were released and oh how I love them. They are so perfect for subtitles and a great companion to their bigger partner. ;)

I created a layout using some of the new products and I decided to document an old holiday story:

I used two 3x4 and one 4x4 photo and created this page about all of the stuff we did wrong when we went to a live nativity one year. 

I used the wood veneer snowflakes and embossed them in white and put some vellum behind them so they had a more snowy look. I love them. :) I also cut up one of the 3x4 journaling tags that had checkboxes on them and made journaling strips of all the things you should do when you go to a live nativity. Which we didn't. ;)

The Stanley Jr. Alphabet Stamps (solid and outline) + the new red puffy stickers made for a perfect title. I added some machine stitching and called it good!

I'll be creating another layout + process video using the kit this month, so be sure to watch for it on my YouTube channel! In the meantime, here's an unboxing of all of this month's new products:

Thanks for stopping by! Don't forget to check out all the new products in the shop here.


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