Monday, January 28, 2019

Featuring Kelly Purkey Shop │ January Shop Update

Hello everyone, I'm here today to share some projects I have made using the Kelly Purkey Shop January products that just launched today. This shop update was a huge one and a great one at that.

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The first project I made was using just the Full Heart Travelers Notebook Kit subscription only. This kit is so great and perfect for documenting Valentines Day. However, its not just pink and red as you will see in my second project. I used the same kit papers to create another spread that has a completely different look and feel as you will see below.

The xoxo paper was the first thing that caught my eye and new that I had to use that sheet for sure. I also couldn't decide between the two on the left so I decided to use both and create a pocket to hold my journaling. To make the pocket I just trimmed the top sheet at an angle and applied adhesive to just the edges and that's it. Instant pocket!


The tag I made out of one of the sheets of paper by just cutting it down after I printed it out. I used the digital file so that I could easily add in the text prior to printing it out.


 I loved adding in a few of the stamps here and there to dress up the spread. The little row of hearts was a favorite and dressed up the edge of my pocket nicely.


For my second spread I used the same Full Heart Travelers Notebook kit papers but added in stamps from the Date Night and True Love stamp sets. I loved the green and blue papers that are on the reverse of the red and pink cards in the kit and had fun adding stamps to the Love This card.


I love the layered look and I know its planned but it always makes me happy when stamps fit perfectly in the little boxes Kelly designs. Its just the kind of attention to detail and precision and ease that make the kits and papers all work so well together.


I didn't want to leave these vellum and acetate hearts plain and love that they accepted stazon ink so well because I really loved stamping the little sentiments on them.


Always.  Any and all Professor Snape references will "always" be appreciated.


Lastly I wanted to share one little sneak peek of the Groundhog Day stamp set that is part of this release. I cannot wait to document the day on February 2nd and if you love the movie as much as I do, grab this stamp set.



I'll be sure to come back and share what I make after we see if Phil sees a shadow or not, I'm hoping for no shadow myself.

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