Kellie Stamps | September

Hello! I'm so excited to finally share these layouts I made using the Happy Routine digital stamp set from Kellie Stamps (buy it here). For this release I used just one digital stamp, cut it once with the silhouette and made three layouts. The layouts are pretty much the same, but I told 3 different stories, and I love how they all turned out.


Here's the first one. I told the story of this sunrise. I kept the layout black and white and played up the colours of the sunrise. I used the off cut letters from the cut I made and glued them down to make the title. I love the white on white.


Here's the second layout. I traced the cut and stitched around the letters. Then of course I spilled paint on one and so I painted the words in an orange-y yellow ombre and played off the trees in the photo.
*I also apologize for the piece of hair on the photo below. Apparently I missed it during photographing and editing. I could fix it, but it's proof that sometimes things aren't as perfect as we all think they are.


Here's the last one. This one features my two favourite littles, and their smiling (sort of) faces. I used the cut and let the background paper show through the letters. I splattered some pink and orange paper on the page and mounted the photo on a simple woodgrain paper. I love how it came together and the colours are two of my favourites.


Thank you for coming by to see these layouts. You can pick up the Happy Routine stamp in physical or digital by going to the Kellie Stamps Shop. In the shop there is also a set of stickers that Kellie released, and a few wood mounted Christmas stamps that I'm really excited about. I'm trying not to buy all of them, but if you don't like physical stamps, just wait, they're coming out in digital very soon!

I'll be back tomorrow sharing some Project Life and trying to stay on top of sharing here, and making 5 million Christmas cards. Because who doesn't need that many? Seriously I just have so many ideas stuck inside my head trying to get out, and it's resulting in a TON of Christmas cards. If you'd like some, let me know. I'm hoping to share them here sooner than later.