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Sunday, December 18, 2011

Ele's Studio December Gallery

Happy Sunday everyone! This may be a bit of weepy post, because it's my LAST inspiration gallery as an Elle's Studio team member. I can't say enough how much I've loved being part of this team. Elle is a fabulous person to work with, her products are top-notch quality with adorable patterns, and best of all, they coordinate perfectly with the rest of your stash! I would definitely recommend applying for this team in the future!

But now onto business--the December Inspiration Gallery.

For this gallery, each DT member used one of the two December project kits. I chose Jack Frost:

I also LOVED the other kit, but I went with the less Christmassy option:)

I went with a snowy feel for this layout (loved using the Studio Calico Shine mist that comes with the kit) and added a Maya Road kraft doily from my stash.

I seriously can't get enough of Crate's woodgrain patterned papers. When will they make 25 packs of these, I ask you?

This layout is about how I grew up in Hawaii (fun little fact about me) and moved to Ohio and was THRILLED about snow. And I still love the white fluffy stuff, although my new routine driving to work may complicate that this year!

For my next layout, I brought in bolder colors to the color scheme--I love how you can use the same kit to create layouts with really different feels to them.

In case you can't see it clearly, the paper in the photo says "snow day." S took this photo 2 years ago I think, when I was desperately hoping for a snow day and my wishes for finally fulfilled! Journaling reads: Snow days are CLEARLY the very best part of winter!

And those are my December projects for Elle's! I may make a few projects by January 15th as part of the withdrawal process, so I'll share those on here in if I do:)

In other news, S and I are driving to Philadelphia to see family today. And I'm hoping to continue the great "let's compare these 5,000 stroller options and choose one without our brains exploding" debate in the car. Fun stuff!

What are YOU up to this Sunday?


  1. oh gosh, I forgot about stroller shopping. Good luck, I hope you can make up your mind before Bunny gets here lol. Love your projects, elle makes the best stuff.

  2. Love both those layouts--they're so fun and cheerful! Thanks for sharing.

  3. I love the kit you picked to work with for your last projects at Elle. And the layouts are gorgeous. I really love the one about being in Haiwaii. What a change! Best of luck with shopping for stroller! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

  4. Lovely layouts Keshet! And wouldn't you know the year that I'm wishing for snow here, it has to be the driest December on record? It's not fair!

  5. Gorgeous layouts Keshet. Good luck with the stroller decision - it wasn't easy for me 15 years ago so I can't imagine it being any easier now!!
    Have a great week xxx

  6. Love your projects Keshet - I feel the same way about those woodgrain papers. I'm guilty of hoarding them!

  7. Awesome as always Keshet! Hope you're doing great!
    ~Megan Klauer

  8. Very, very cute pages! My Sunday included a THREE HOUR nap. It was heavenly :)

  9. Oh, I love these, Keshet! Said to hear that this is your last month with Elle's Studio... Elle's is one of my favorites and I know I'd love to work for them!

  10. Awesome layouts K! Total fun fact about you living in Hawaii!Hope you're having a great day!

  11. Wow! I had no idea you grew up in Hawaii! How cool! (Or tropical. lol!). I love your layouts as usual. I would love to get my hands on that woodgrain paper, too! Good luck stroller shopping! :-)

  12. Lovely pages Keshet - adore the little details of snow!! And best of luck choosing a stroller - so many options!

  13. Great layouts! I especially love the Snow one. That woodgrain is pretty awesome. :) Safe travels and good luck choosing a stroller!

  14. Oh my goodness. These are all so beautiful. Thanks for continually inspiring throughout your term at ES. You asked on my blog about the monthly onesies that my daughter was wearing. They are actually stickers that you put on your own shirts or onesies and I got them from the etsy store, PickySticky. HTH!


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