Teach Me Tutorial: Customizing Your Digital Files with Suzanna Lee

Our digital files are perfect for printing, cutting and manipulating to customize any project that you wish to create, and today, Suzanna Lee is showing us how to recolor them to make them fit whatever project we’re creating! Use her tips below along with our latest digitals available in the shop to try something new today!

Hiya, scrappy peeps! For those of you who celebrate Independence Day, there are some great red, white and blues in the June 2020 Kit and add-ons to go along with it—perfect for those 4th of July memories. I’ve been known to manipulate the digital files each month to further supplement my kit and thought that I would teach you how to do the same! I love that I can stretch the kit a little further AND personalize it! Did you know that if you are a kit subscriber, you get the digital and printable files FREE with your subscription, in addition to the discounts on other goodies and bundled shipping? It’s definitely a great value for money! Learn this recoloring trick I am about to teach you and you have even more possibility to explore!

Supplies | June 2020 KitJune 2020 Cut Files, Summer Snapshots Printables, Summer StickersChipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners4th of July Wood Veneer, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack

How To Recolor a Digital File in Photoshop:

1.     Open the Elle’s Studio digital file that you want to re-color.

2.     Open the Elle’s Studio digital file that contains the color(s) you want.

3.     Select the Eye Dropper tool from the toolbar and hover over the desired color, then click. This should make the top square (the foreground color) in the tool bar this color.

4.     Return to the tag or image you want to recolor. Select the Paint Bucket tool from the toolbar. If you can’t find the Paint Bucket tool, click and hold the Gradient tool to access it. Specify to fill the selection with the foreground color.

5.     Click the part of the image you want to fill. 

6.     Repeat this with the different parts of the image that you wish to recolor.

This is the VERY simple way of recoloring. You can get more complex by adjusting Blending Mode, Opacity and a few other options. For basic recoloring, you don’t need to adjust any of these settings. I do recommend, however, that you make sure “anti-aliased” is selected as this allows for smooth edges of the filled selection.

For the star tag above, I took color samples from the June 2020 Print and Cut Labels and used those colors (blue and red) to recolor the star tag in this month’s Summer Snapshots Printables. I love the ability to further customize the digital files to work with colors already contained in the kit which I would like more of. Earlier this month, I did the same thing with the same tag using the yellow and orange found in the plaid tag in the Printables.

Here is the layout I created using my recolored tag, the June Kit, Summer Snapshots Printables and other June add ons:

The ability to manipulate digital files, including the cut files, opens a whole new world of options for your memory keeping, don’t you think?

Are there any particular tips or tutorials you would like to see here on the blog? Be sure to leave a comment on this post to let us know!

Thanks for stopping in today!

Did you learn something new from Suzanna’s post? Share how you recolored one of our digital files to fit your project by posting on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio , or in our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group! We can’t wait to see how you maximize the use of your digital files!

Simple, Sweet Summer Memories in Pockets with Steph Grimes

Hi everyone! The June 2020 Kit and extras are perfect for documenting your sweet summer memories, and today I’m happy to share a new pocket page spread featuring some of our latest release to tell a fun summer story about my niece. 

Supplies | June 2020 KitIce Cream StickersSummer StickersSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Mini Dated Stamp

I was inspired to make this layout after receiving these photos of my niece enjoying some summer treats and knew they’d go perfectly with this month’s products, especially the Ice Cream Stickers! I started by creating a full 6” x 8” page using paper from the Summer Fun Paper Stack as my background. Then, I layered one of the striped papers from the stack behind my 5” x7” photo of my niece eating a giant ice cream cone. Since my goal was to use the Ice Cream Stickers, I decided to go big with them and create a border on my page featuring most of the ice cream cone stickers from the sheet.

In the June Kit is a perfect 3” x 4” journaling tag featuring an ice cream design that I used to hold my handwritten journaling and added that to one of the 3” x 4” pockets on the opposite page. I rounded out that page with two more photos and another tag from the June Kit

I wanted to keep my embellishments simple and coordinate with the ice cream theme, so I decided to use some of the word phrase stickers from the Ice Cream Stickers and Summer Stickers to add to my photos. For my full page, I cut apart the “I Scream. You Scream. We All Scream for…” phrase stickers and combined them with the “ice cream” banner sticker included in the set to finish out the phrase. 

To finish it up, I stamped the month and year on the “Everyday Details” card from the kit using the Mini Dated Stamp. I had two leftover ice cream stickers, so I added those to this card as well to tie it all together. 

This spread came together so quickly and this month’s products were perfect for capturing this story. It’s one of the things I love most about pocket pages: they can be so simple and come together so quickly—perfect for this time of year when I’d rather be outside enjoying the beautiful weather than sitting at my crafting table!
 
Share your sweet, summer stories documented using this month’s kit on Instagram using #ellesstudio or in the Elle’s Studio Facebook Group. Happy summer!

Happy Handmade Greetings with Jen McMurtrey

When did you last send a card, just for the sake of saying hello? Design team member Jennifer McMurtrey did that using our June add-ons to send to people that she’s missing, and got to play with some fun products to create gorgeous, bold card designs! Let’s take a look at what she created!

Hey everyone! I don’t know about you, but I am missing my friends and family something fierce because of the quarantine. Since I can’t say hello in person, I decided to create fun greeting cards to pop in the mail and brighten the day for those I love.

This month’s bright, cheery colors are perfect for building everyday cards to send now or keep on-hand and use later.

Supplies | Summer StickersChipboard Star Stickers, Tiny Shapes & Dots Puffy Stickers, Acrylic BicyclesSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Flourish 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Summer Fun Stamp, Typewriter Alphabet Stamp, Large Jane Alphabet Metal Die

The first card uses one of my faves: the Large Jane Alphabet Metal Die. Creating the “Hello” sentiment was super easy, yet it carries a large impact. For added contrast, I backed the sentiment with paper from the new Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack.

After centering the sentiment on the patterned paper, I machine-stitched the white cardstock in place and added a sticker below from the Summer Stickers. Last, I added the Chipboard Star Stickers and Tiny Shapes & Dots Puffy Stickers in coordinating colors. It is so cute!

My family is not big on biking, but I wanted to use the Acrylic Bicycles on a project. When creating any card or layout, I will often peruse Pinterest for title and/or sentiment ideas. I came across “I wheelie miss you” and knew I had to use it!

To begin, I pulled papers from the Flourish and Summer Fun Paper Stack to layer behind white cardstock. Next, I used the bicycle from the Summer Fun Stamp to add purple, orange, and yellow bicycles on the background. Originally, I planned on using another patterned paper that included these three colors; however, I opted for the purple hues after putting everything together!

After using dies for the circle cutouts, I layered and adhered the papers to the card base. I stamped “Hi” with the Typewriter Alphabet Stamp on a large Chipboard Star Sticker before placing it on the card and adding a smaller chipboard star and puffy dot sticker above it.

Last, I typed the sentiment with my manual typewriter and placed it below the Acrylic Bicycle.

I can’t wait to pop these cards in the mail this week!

Thank you for stopping by today, and I hope you’ve been inspired to create. Remember to use the hashtag #EllesStudio when posting your projects online so we are sure to see them!

Share your cards with us! Use the hashtag #EllesStudio on Instagram, or in our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group so that we can be inspired by YOUR designs!

Summer Fun in a Traveler’s Notebook with Katarina Prevendarova

What activities do you love to participate in during the summer? Document them in a colorful and fun with with our June 2020 kit and add-ons! DT member Katarina Prevendarova did that in her traveler’s notebook, which she is sharing with us today! We just love the clever and creative ways that she used our newest products, and we think you will, too!

Hi friends! It’s Katarina here and today I’m going to share my new traveler’s notebook spread created using the June 2020 kit and add-ons. Oh gosh, how I love all the products this month! All the bright colors and cute embellishments! My son is a huge fan of bike rides and the bike-related goodies are so amazing I just had to scrap a photo of our family bike ride.

Supplies | June 2020 KitSummer Stickers, Summer Wood VeneersAcrylic BicyclesSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack

Have I mentioned how gorgeous the new Summer Fun Paper Stack is? Those bright colors really make my heart happy. For this project I used five different papers. I started with the dotted paper as a base for both sides of the spread. On the left, I framed my photo with the green bicycle paper and embellished it using the colorful Summer Stickers, a circle die cut from the June Kit and that gorgeous Acrylic Bicycle.

For my title I used the “let’s go on a bike ride” Summer Wood Veneer piece. It was too good to be left out! I backed it with the grey label with a bike from the June Kit.

Here’s where I decided to create my own little landscape on the right side as a nice place for my journaling. I used the beautiful blue and green striped paper from the Summer Fun Paper Stack again; using the green stripes for grass and flower stems and blue stripes cut separately and distressed to create an impression of blue skies. The warm-hued stripes were great for flowers!

I drew and fussy cut three little clouds using a blue tag from the June Kit. To add a little depth, I used my finger to smudge a little bit of white gesso on the paper. My jouraling came right in the middle of the clouds and as a finishing touch I added the lovely sun from the Summer Wood Veneers

That’s it from me today, friends. I love how this spread turned out and hope I inspired you to play with your June Kit and extras. They’re just perfect for any summer project!

Show us how you’re recording summer moments using our June Kit! Post on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio, or in our Facebook Group!

June Design Team Inspiration: Volume Two

Today we have a fresh, new round of inspiration from our talented design team using the June 2020 kit and add-ons—a colorful and summer selection of products that we know will inspire you! Save any of these layouts, pocket pages or traveler’s notebook spreads for your own creative time to help inspire you to create!

Summer Swim by Suzanna Lee – supplies used | June 2020 KitSummer StickersHazel Alphabet Stickers — White, Chipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet BannersSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper StackSummer Fun Stamp

Soccer Camp Summer Snapshots by Meghann Andrew – supplies used | June 2020 KitJune LabelsSummer StickersChipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners, Cerulean Blue Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Summer Wood VeneersVacation Wood VeneersSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper StackSummer Fun StampMini Dated Stamp

Summertime Happiness by Melissa Mann – supplies used | June 2020 KitJune 2020 Cut Files, Ice Cream Stickers, Summer StickersChipboard Star StickersPuffy Alphabet BannersSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper StackSummer Fun Stamp, Mini Dated Stamp

Celebrate July 4th traveler’s notebook spread by Marsha Farris – supplies used | June 2020 KitSummer StickersChipboard Star StickersPuffy Alphabet BannersSummer Wood Veneers4th of July Wood VeneerSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper StackSummer Fun Stamp

Summer Snapshots by Daniela – supplies used | June 2020 KitSummer StickersChipboard Star StickersPuffy Alphabet BannersSummer Wood VeneersSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper StackSummer Fun Stamp

This Week pocket page by Steph Grimes – supplies used | June 2020 KitSummer StickersChipboard Star StickersPuffy Alphabet BannersTypewriter Alphabet StampStanley Jr. Alphabet StampMini Dated Stamp

Sweet Summer by Stacie Watson – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, Summer Stickers, Summer Wood VeneersSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper StackTitle Builder Vol. 3 Stamp

The First Ride pocket page spread by Jess Forster – supplies used | June 2020 KitJune LabelsBlack Typewriter Cardstock Alphabet StickersChipboard Star Stickers, Acrylic BicyclesSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack

We can’t wait to see how YOU use our newest products! Share on Instagram using the #EllesStudio hashtag, or in our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group!

Paper Stacks in Pockets with Nathalie Leonelli!

Our paper stacks can be used for so many things, from crafting mini albums to backing a scrapbook layout—but have you tried to use our 6 x 8.5 inch paper stacks in pockets? Design team member Nathalie Leonelli is here to share how she used our newest paper stack, Summer Fun, to create one gorgeous pocket page spread. Let’s take a look!

Hello! It’s Nathalie here, and today I would like to share with you how I used the fabulous new Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack to create pocket pages. I love Elle’s paper stacks because they always match the current kits perfectly and they allow me to add more color in my spreads—not to mention how much I love them for card making!. The Summer Fun Paper Stack is no exception with its vibrant summer colors and fun, modern patterns.

Here is the spread I created in my 6″ x 12″ album:

Supplies | June 2020 KitJune LabelsSummer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners, Summer Wood Veneers, Vacation Wood Veneers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Mini Dated Extras Stamp

The easiest thing to do in pockets with your paper stack is to complement your kit by cutting some of the papers into 3″ x 4″ or 4″ x 6″ tags. You can really stretch your kit that way. I used a couple of horizontal patterns for the pockets on my right page.

All I did to them was add journaling and embellish minimally with the new Vacation Wood Veneers.

I also like to look through all the papers in the paper stack to find interesting parts within the patterns. This portion of the sunburst paper caught my eye and after adding a sticker, a die-cut and a wood veneer on top of it, it became my favorite area of the spread!

Another way I will typically use my paper stacks in pocket pages is by creating more elaborate tags using several papers on the same tag; layering them with photos, stickers or embellishments. The Summer Wood Veneers are perfect for that!

How will you use your Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack? Show us by sharing your projects and using the hashtag #ellesstudio on Instagram, or in our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group! Thank you for stopping by!

Creating with Sunshine and Amanda-jayne Baldwin

We could not be more excited that our newest products, the June 2020 kit and extras, have hit the shop! This fun release brings vibrant colors and a feeling of warm, sunny days to your creative space, and design team member Amanda-jayne Baldwin has taken full advantage of that with the layout she’s sharing with us today! Let’s take a look!

Hi, Elle’s Studio friends! It’s Amanda here, and boy was I excited when I opened up the exclusive June 2020 kit and add-ons—so many gorgeous products included in one box!

Summer is my favorite season and I just couldn’t resist adding a little sunshine into my layout!

Supplies | June 2020 KitJune LabelsSummer Stickers, Tiny Shapes & Dots Puffy Stickers, Summer Wood VeneersVacation Wood VeneersSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack

For the love of summer, sunshine & sunbursts! The June Kit is outta this world! Let’s take a closer look at this striking sunburst page:

Inspired by the theme and colors of my family photograph, I knew I wanted to create a page that evoked all the summer vibes. As soon as I saw the yellow sun patterned paper in the Summer Fun Paper Stack, I knew I would have to use it! However, unlike my usual butting of two papers together to create the illusion of a full 12″ paper, I had to get a little creative to make this design work. 

To form the sun, I trimmed the first sun paper to 6 inches long, and then rotated the second sun paper, trimming it to 6 inches wide. Now, when combined, these two pieces became one large radial 6″ x 12″ sun—awesome! To add extra dimension and texture to this sun, I cut along all the sun rays, distressed all the edges and foam mounted all the pale yellow segments. For added impact, I also added a half-inch trim of the blue striped pattern paper, also from the Summer Fun Paper Stack, beneath this sun. To keep my design uniform, I lightly distressed the edge of this paper too. So effective!

I layered my photograph onto a couple of the 3″ x 4″ tags from the June Kit, some pale blue tissue paper from my stash, and some of that gorgeous blue striped paper again. Into these layers, I tucked in a few embellishments—die cuts from the kit, June Labels and even that “summer fun” circle, fussy cut from a tag in the kit. I wanted to it as a feature embellishment as it combined the sun design with the blue colors and also aided to anchor my photo cluster onto that circular sun.

I cleverly positioned this photo cluster over the center of the sun for two key reasons: 1. so that your eye would be drawn directly into the photo, and 2. to cover the paper joints and enhance the illusion of 12 inch papers. 

Drawing on the natural sand color in my photograph, and a need to balance out all that vibrant color, I mixed the Summer and Vacation Wood Veneers and added them to my design. The “summer snapshots” veneer fitted beautifully across my photo and formed the perfect title! 

To further enhance the sun design, I used a mix of circular embellishments throughout my page, and even scattered some Tiny Shapes & Dots Puffy Stickers, too. Those little pops of teal created a point of difference between the dominant blue & yellow, and added that extra interest!

For a finishing touch, I added a cascade of the Summer Stickers at the base of my photo.

What a simple, yet striking page to document my family’s summer story! I hope I have inspired you to start documenting your summer stories with our fabulous June 2020 kit and add-ons! Thanks so much for visiting!

Share your summer-sunshine projects with us when your kit arrives by posting on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio, or join our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group to be connected to fellow ES fans and creatives!

Sketch Day with Daniela

Hi, friends! It’s Daniela here with a new sketch-based layout! I love using sketches because they give you an idea of what the layout could look like in the end. You can just follow the basic composition of the sketch and creating becomes so eas1. Let’s take a look at this week’s sketch:

I loved the large paper column on the right-hand side. You can use three pictures on your page, but you can also replace one of the pictures with a journaling tag, like I did. Here is my full layout:

Supplies | June 2020 KitSummer StickersChipboard Star StickersPuffy Alphabet Banners, Cerulean Blue Puffy Alphabet StickersVacation Wood VeneersAcrylic BicyclesSummer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack

My layout follows a simple color scheme: blue, red and white. I picked these colors because they match my son’s sweater he is wearing in the picture. I decided to use the star patterned paper from the new Summer Fun Paper Stack as a base, then I added paper layers under my photo, just like in the sketch. After finishing the paper cluster, I used different embellishments to add some nice details. The Cerulean Blue Puffy Alphabet Stickers and one of the Vacation Wood Veneers were placed on top of one of the pictures, so all the different elements and embellishments are linked in some way.

I love the Chipboard Star Stickers, and they add a lot of dimension to the page. I chose the red and blue stars and placed them on the blue patterned paper background.

The sketch shows two titles, so I added some of the phrase stickers from the Summer Stickers under the picture. One of the Acrylic Bicycles created a perfect addition to the page, and the ripped paper edge and the fussy cut banners added even more interesting details.

I hope you like my take on the sketch! Thanks so much for stopping by today and don’t forget to share what you create with this sketch as your starting point using the hashtag #EllesStudio on Instagram, or in our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group!

Have fun using your kit!

Love working from a sketch? Find our latest class, From Sketch to Finish Vol. 5 (available with or without the exclusive class stamp!) in the classes section of our shop, and get instant access to 50 full-page sketches and 20 amazing layouts from 10 talented contributors! We know that this class will keep you creating all summer long!

MEET FROM SKETCH TO FINISH VOL. 5 CONTRIBUTOR NATHALIE DESOUSA!

We are so happy to welcome From Sketch to Finish Vol. 5 class contributor Nathalie DeSousa to the blog today! Nathalie’s work is just stunning—filled with mixed media, texture, beautiful colors and gorgeous photos. Her projects created for the sketch class are no exception, so be sure to download the class today to be inspired! Today, Nathalie has worked with one of our bonus sketches from the class to create a new traveler’s notebook spread. Let’s see what she created for us today!

Hi there! It’s Nathalie with you today! I am so excited and grateful to be here on the blog and also a contributor to the From Start To Finish Vol 5 class. Sketches are a great kickstart for documenting, regardless of the format you are using. They are a blueprint for your layout. I was so inspired by sketch 15 and its grid formation that I used it on one of my daily documenting entries in my ringed traveler’s notebook.

Supplies | May 2020 Kit, Beautiful Day Die Cuts, Life Right Now Stickers, Black Typewriter Cardstock Alphabet Stickers, Tiny Shapes and Dots Puffy Stickers, Love Is 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, From Sketch to Finish Vol. 5 Stamp

First, I rotated the sketch 90 degrees counter-clockwise to create my layout, as this will provide a center line for the page that can easily be replicated on a TN spread.

I love the multiple photo positions on the sketch, as I am documenting a bright, sunny day here in Toronto, Canada, and I took advantage of the lovely day to take lots of pictures. So, I chose to create the picture frames as in the sketch from the woodgrain paper found in the Love Is Paper Stack and used the awesome From Sketch to Finish Vol. 5 Stamp to add the “photograph notes” along the sides. 

The original sketch shows paper layers behind the pictures, but I chose to make a small alteration by using one of the 4″ x 6″ tags from the May 2020 Kit as the layer behind the picture frames. Instead of adding a third “picture frame” as per the sketch, I decided to use the space between the picture frames  to add my title, using the Black Typewriter Cardstock Alphabet Stickers and the large floral cluster from the Beautiful Day Die Cuts.

For  the other half of the spread, I decided to use a full-sized photo. I made sure to choose an image where the subject, aka our baby, Poochie, was in the center of the page. This will assure that your main focus is left on the subject.

I added two more clusters of repeating embellishments to the large photo, but deviating a bit from the original sketch with their location. Sometimes, you have to move a bit of the elements of the sketch around to make them work for your pages. Remember sketches are a starting point—the rest is up to you! 

I hope this shows you how easily you can transform a sketch to a smaller format! Imagine how you could use all of the From Sketch to Finish Vol. 5 sketches in your mini albums or traveler’s notebook to document your summer! I cannot wait to see what you create from the sketches and inspiration found in the class!

Let’s learn a bit more about Nathalie:

Residing in: Toronto, Canada

Living with: Stay-at-home wife to Roger, Mom to my two teens: Joshua and Gabrielle and our 10 yr old baby Boston Terrier: Poochie, and blessed to have my mami with me  always.

Scrapbooking since: 2016

Favorite type of memory-keeping: Traveler’s notebooks for everyday documenting, and 12″ x 12″ layouts for memory keeping (love letters to my family)

Favorite technique:  Mixed media and hand stitching

Favorite layout or project ever created: This is  a hard one for me, too many to chose from!

Crafty essential that you could not live without: I think the one thing I could not live without is black fineliner. I need to write stories, even when there is a picture to accompany, the story will always come first!

Find more inspiring projects from Nathalie at the links below!

Instagram | YouTube

Thanks so much for inspiring us today, Nathalie! Find Nathalie’s summery, exclusive layout designs in our From Sketch to Finish Vol. 5 class today, and be sure to grab it with the exclusive class stamp at a special price while supplies last!

June Reveal Design Team Inspiration

Our June 2020 kit and add-ons are live in the shop, and our design team has had some fun playing with our newest products! Take a look at the 16 new layouts, pocket pages, traveler’s notebook spreads and cards that they created to inspire us to create!

Just Ride by Suzanna Lee – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, June Labels, Summer Stickers, Black Typewriter Cardstock Alphabet Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Summer Wood Veneers, Acrylic Bicycles, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Summer Fun Stamp

Fun Adventure by Jennifer McMurtrey – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, June Labels, Chipboard Star Stickers, Summer Wood Veneers, Vacation Wood Veneers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Summer Fun Stamp

NYC Vacation by Tracey Fox – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Summer Wood Veneers, Vacation Wood Veneers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Title Builder Stamp, Large Jane Alphabet Stamp — Outline, Dated Stamp

Festive Cards by Nathalie Leonelli – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners, 4th of July Wood Veneer, Acrylic Bicycles, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack

Summertime by Daniela – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners, Summer Wood Veneers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Summer Fun Stamp

The Henry pocket page by Candace Perkins – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, Chipboard Star Stickers, Vacation Wood Veneers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack

Summer Snapshots traveler’s notebook spread by Marsha Farris – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, June Labels, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners, Summer Wood Veneers, Vacation Wood Veneers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Summer Fun Stamp

July 1st pocket page spread by Jess Forster – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, June Labels, Summer Stickers, Black Typewriter Cardstock Alphabet Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack

A Good Day for a Bike Ride by Melissa Mann – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, June 2020 Print and Cut Labels, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners, Summer Wood Veneers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Summer Fun Stamp, Large Jane Alphabet Stamp — Outline

Love This pocket page spread by Stacie Watson – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, June Labels, Chipboard Star Stickers, Icon Chipboard Stickers, Vacation Wood Veneers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Currently Icon Stamp

Summertime Happinesss by Kristina Proffitt – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, Chipboard Star Stickers, Summer Wood Veneers, Summer Fun Stamp

A Summer Story by Amanda-jayne Baldwin – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, Ice Cream Stickers, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack

July pocket page spread by Steph Grimes – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners, Summer Wood Veneers, Typewriter Alphabet Stamp, Stanley Jr. Alphabet Stamp, Mini Dated Stamp

Summer Snapshots by Katarina Prevendarova – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, June Labels, Ice Cream Stickers, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners, Summer Wood Veneers, Vacation Wood Veneers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Summer Fun Stamp

A Little Sunshine traveler’s notebook spread by Patricia Roebuck – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Puffy Alphabet Banners, Summer Wood Veneers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Summer Fun Stamp

Summertime Happiness pocket page spread by Amy Jo Vanden Brink – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Yellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Summer Wood Veneers, Summer Fun Stamp

Happiness in a Cone by Meghann Andrew – supplies used | June 2020 Kit, June 2020 Cut Files, June Labels, Ice Cream Stickers, Summer Stickers, Chipboard Star Stickers, Fuchsia Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Summer Fun 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Summer Fun Stamp, Large Jane Alphabet Stamp — Outline, Large Jane Alphabet Stack — Polka Dot, Mini Dated Stamp

Be sure to watch the blog here all week for more project inspiration featuring our new June products, and be sure to add the projects you love in this post to your Pinterest board for future crafty sessions!