This month’s Kelly Purkey Shop release just went live which means I have a couple of new projects to share with you! This month’s release included the Hometown Love main kit and the Grow TN kit, as well as some fun additional stamps. You can view the entire release here.
I filled out a couple of gaps in my 2017 Project Life album making two pocket page spreads with the kits and stamps from this month.
For my first project, I went back to Week 48. It was a pretty normal week where we went to our usual places around home so I thought it would be perfect for using the Hometown Love kit.
There’s a new stamp in the shop called Cake Shop designed by Life Love Paper and it’s super fun to play with and make little buildings! I used it to make a little bakery 3×4 card to accompany the photo of my daughter at one of the bakeries we frequent.
I loved the 4×6 map card from the kit and knew I had to use that in my spread. I adhered some lovely camel-colored letter stickers along one of the map lines to spell out our city, and then layered some stamps and labels to bring in some additional color.
For my second project, I documented part of Week 16 from 2017. This was a week in Spring where we visited some flower fields, worked in our own garden, and had some flower photos from some hiking we had done — all perfect with the Grow kit!
Even though this is a TN kit, the cards totally work in a pocket page spread. I cut down the card with the “Spring” repeated words, turned it on its side, and used that as a background for my photo.
The stamp set contains some buildable elements, which I used to create the potted plant, combining it with a couple other stamps and making a 3×4 card with it.
Thanks for checking out my projects and I hope I could provide a little inspiration. 🙂
P.S. Here’s a look at some of the “in progress” scenes I stamped with the Cake Shop stamp.
SO cute, right??