Elle’s Studio: September Kit feature


It’s September… and it’s time for a new kit feature! Today the Elle’s Studio September 2015 releases – and it’s a great one! Elle was kind enough to send me the kit + stamps + new stars so that I could work up some ideas to share with you here. Thanks, Elle!

I picked this kit for several reasons for this month’s feature:

  • I love that it’s a kit of fun shapes, journaling cards, and inspiring bits at a great low price
  • There are coordinating stamps available
  • The colors are always coordinated, but also coordinate with other products and lines easily

I had no idea what would be coming or what this kit would look like – and let me tell you. I am delighted!


Those blue hearts are just the best! I love them! For this first project my idea was to create a layout with most of the dog stuff (there is a little dog, and a little cat within the monthly kit) and really try to use the kit first and foremost.


I focused in on my doggies and walking the girls to school since that will only be our routine for a few short years! All of the paper bits, including the hearts are from the kit. All I added in were buttons, washi, the background cardstock, and white ink for stamping.


I really love how this page turned out and I am thrilled to have a teeny tiny paw print stamp now! Be sure to stay tuned – I’ll be doing some video tutorials and more projects with this kit, as well as tipsĀ & tricks too! Want more info on this kit? Visit Elle’s Studio for the full kit details and reveal.

4 thoughts on “Elle’s Studio: September Kit feature”

  1. This is a really nice kit. I always love the little extra bits. Those acrylic pieces they have been making are awesome. The stars this month are amazing. I love your layout. I need a paw print stamp too! I love how your grid turned out and where you placed everything. I also l o ‘ve these kit features you’re doing. Please keep doing it. Michelle t

  2. I always enjoy your grid layouts, May, but I didn’t realize this was one at first! That’s the versatility of the grid. Love the washi tape borders – at first glance it seemed like another sheet of cardstock over the blue, under the pictures. So many great ideas to try! (BTW, I use my paw print stamp a lot. Who knew?)

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