Using our kits as a story prompt with Meghann Andrew

A lot of times, going through the tags in my Elle’s Studio exclusive kit reminds me of other supplies in my stash and a story that needs to be told, and before I know it, I’ve completed a layout I love and documented an important memory.

The August exclusive kit and Everyday printables included 3” x 4” tags covered with stars, and they prompted me to pull out a photo of my daughter from a trip to the Johnson Space Center last year.

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I decided to cut a large circle using the Sunny Days Documented paper, to match the large NASA logo in my photo. This is where I placed my title, created from chipboard alphas, Elle’s Studio letter stickers and the “adventure” tag from the Sunny Days bits and pieces.

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Using all of these lovely stars reminded me of a rocket die-cut that I had in my stash, and I wanted it to look as though it was flying around my patterned paper circle. I adhered it using dimensional adhesive, then added a trail of stars behind it using the acrylic stars- patriotic mix, the teal heart circle acrylics, the stars from the August digital cut files, and a few enamel dots.

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The Theodore Roosevelt quote tag was perfect for this layout, and to the right of it, I layered a Sunny Days bits and pieces teal circle with a rocket flair button on top.

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This simple design makes a big impact, and it was all inspired by tags in my August exclusive kit. What stories will this kit prompt you to document today?

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