Today is the day for the Elle's Studio mid-release, and I am so excited about this one, for a very good reason!
Elle and I have been working on a new class for you, called From Sketch to Finish! This class includes ten different sketches with ten contributors each sharing two papercrafting projects created from the sketch. You will get to read their tips and see their techniques in action as they share their process of working with the sketches. We end the class with a bonus of 20 full-page sketches and you'll be on your way to creating projects in no time! The projects in this class are seriously amazing, from some of the most popular paper crafters in the industry- Laura Bassen, Nancy Damiano, Danielle Flanders, Jess Forster, Andrea Gray, Maggie Massey, Leigh Odynski, Candace Perkins and Carson Riutta. All of the contributors have used the Little Moments collection, or the new Documented mini-collection to create their layouts, so head over to the classroom today to get inspired and get started!
The other new product line in the shop today is called Documented, and includes journaling tags, a stamp set, and acrylic words in black and white. In addition to these products, Elle is also releasing basic journaling cards in grey & pink, as well as an awesome new tool: a 3" x 4" acrylic block to use for stamping or cropping your images!
I have one layout using the Documented supplies in the From Sketch to Finish class, but I made another one, just so I could show my blog readers just how awesome these new goodies are!
"Today in Boston" supplies | Documented journaling tags, Documented stamp, Documented acrylic words- black, Little Moments 6" x 6" paper stack, Little Moments blank labels, letter and number stickers- black, Jonah alphabet stamp. Other supplies | Vellum numbers, acrylic stars (ES sold out product), enamel dots.
Using the diagonal line strip stamp in the Documented stamp, I created a pattern of blue, pink and black lines along the right side of my page, and slightly colored the pink and the blue strips in with the same color ink and a sponge dauber. My photo completely drove my color scheme, and I was so excited that this mini-collection had this lovely cerulean blue color, along with the dusty pink.
I love that the Documented stamp includes both words and pattern starters, like these rows of offset dots here.
Stop by the Elle's Studio shop for all of the new goodies releasing today, and be sure to check out From Sketch to Finish while you're there! You will be so inspired by the class to pull out your pretty paper and document your memories!