Mini Vlog + Process Video: New York


Today I’m sharing a grid page. This page is from my and my boyfriend’s anniversary date a few weeks ago. We went to see Aladdin on Broadway – which was amazing, highly recommend – and grabbed some food after.


I used some cards and papers from the Studio Calico January Documenter Kit and from the newly opened Push Print Studio. Caytlyn from Push Print Studio sent me a couple of card sets to try out and I love them. They’re so modern and trendy and totally up my alley. They’re so very much my style and I highly recommend them.


I also used the stamp set from Kelly Purkey’s Mini in Minutes kit from last month which is, sadly, sold out đŸ˜¦ sorry guys. Also used some Smashbook stuff from K&Company. I love the bits of blue and yellow through the page. Also, the black and white because of course.


Don’t forget to check out the process video + mini vlog down below!


Magic Kingdom + the Fuse Tool


If you know me at all, you know I love Disney World. Like, a lot. 70% of the time, I wonder why I’m not there.

I’ve been putting off finishing my Disney album because I use it as an escape back to the happiest place on earth. Which has been especially helpful during the worst season of the year (I love Disney as much as I hate winter).


I put together this page using my Becky Higgins Fuse Tool. When I first printed these pictures, I knew I wanted to use the Fuse tool, but I was always a bit nervous because melty page protectors just don’t sound like a good time. This page focuses on how freakin beautiful Magic Kingdom is at night.


I’ve been hoarding that gold star vellum from the Studio Calico Brighton Pier collection for probably about two years. I deem thee worthy, Magic Kingdom. The rest of the scraps come from the Dear Lizzy Serendipity 6×6 Paper Pad and the Studio Calico Arendal Kit (as if I haven’t raved about that kit enough since I got it).

Process video is below. You know what to do. Until next time.


I’m sharing some of my Clearly Kelly projects today! (Ha ha today ^ get it? okay. bye.)


This month, Kelly released a bunch of new Clearly Kelly products. Lots of planner products (which you’ll see down below) and a bunch of Stamp & Cut sets, as well. I’ve been working on my Jonas Adventures album, albeit very slowly. I think part of me really wants to take my time with this album and savor it because when I get nostalgic I get all weird and sentimental and everything takes so much longer to finish. ANYWAY. I used the Twenty Sixteen Stamp & Cut set and the Label Stamp & Cut set for the today embellishment on the left lower corner. I stamped using Staz On.


I also used the Adventure Planner set for a bunch of little details like this label for the date and the camera in the upper right hand corner. I love tiny stamps and these planner stamps work great for pocket pages.


I’ve been LOVING the new planner stamps. I’ve been waiting for a Fitness Planner, and KP delivered.


I’ve also been using her Alpha Tabs Stamp & Cut set. This tiny alpha works great for planners and also pocket pages (I used it in the layout above as well). Honestly, I’ve used so many of her planner stamps on this week that I don’t even remember which ones I used lol whoops. There’s bits of the Shopping Planner set as well. Honestly, you should just go ahead and order the bundle, because all the sets are really versatile and fantastic quality.


Kelly Purkey January Shop Update


Today, I’m sharing the projects I’ve made using Kelly Purkey’s January shop update. You can check out her shop here at


The first layout I’m sharing is probably the sappiest thing I’ve ever made in all my history of scrapbooking. As you know, I’m not a sappy person at all which is kind of ironic because I think scrapbooking is pretty damn sappy. But when I got this month’s kits and stamp sets, I couldn’t help myself. Last month was my boyfriend and my anniversary so I decided to put together a little anniversary insert.


I used the You’re a Lifesaver stamp set for a bunch of bits in this layout. My favorite stamp from that set is the one that says “i like you and i love you” because – I believe – it’s loosely based on a quote from my favorite show in the whole world (which is saying something because I watch way too much tv), Parks and Recreation. If you watch it, you know exactly what I’m talking about. If you don’t, then what are you doing with your life that you’re not watching Parks and Rec??? It’s on Netflix. All of it. Go.


For the cards, I cut down a card from the Mini in Minutes kit and the High Five kit. I used the alphabets in both kits because I love alphabet stickers. I did a bunch of stamping right on the instax photos. I used Staz On ink and it worked perfectly. Then I just went ahead and used my Tiny Attacher to staple the photos in my pockets.


For my second layout, I used a bunch of bits from both kits that I mentioned before. I used the Williamsburg alpha which I love. It fits perfectly with the Greenpoint alpha (which, unfortunately, is sold out đŸ˜¦ wahhhh). EDIT: they’re both sold out. my bad, yall.


Again, I used the ‘I like you and I love you’ stamp because I’m obsessed. I thought that little section was perfect for a tiny stamp.  I did some journaling  and stamping on the pink card because I’m trying to hand journal more even though I really, really, really don’t like it. But I’m trying!


And I’m sooo loving the fact that the kits come with alphas now. They’re in a great clean font that will go with anything. They’re a perfect size for pocket pages!

Don’t forget to check out the process video for the second layout!