This month's stamp set, All the Good Things, was designed by Christine Herrin. Ideal for autumn documenting, this set features a variety of sweet phrases and sentiments to help record what you're most thankful for this year!
Fill label and border stamps with journaling list prompts. Or caption your stories with stunning, seasonal titles. And don't miss the circle and hexagon seal stamps—great for documenting your coziest moments curled up with a good book! Capture all the good things this year with the perfect stamp set for any project!
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Check out all the inspiring ways the Creative Team is using this stamp set this month!
I love a good hand-drawn title and I really loved how well this one worked with the scripted title of the book cover. It always makes me smile when things work out like this on a project. I stamped all of my images on to vellum and fussy cut around them to make separate pieces to layer on the page. I liked that the clear elements let the backing paper of the Traveler's Notebook still show through. To add in text, I created journaling strips so I could highlight all of the good things in the photo.
Loved using the Holland Park TN Kit and Stamp Sub to create another page in my gratitude notebook. I used one of the label shapes from the Holland Park Stamp Sub to create a background on the right side of my spread and used a couple of the areas in those labels for my title and journaling. I kept this page super simple, but I think that's what gives it a bold impact with the black and white photo.
Using a large word stamp to create a pattern background is one of my favorite techniques. It adds so much color, interest, and personality. For this layout, I stamped the "Thankful for You" stamp from the subscription in a handful of ink colors to really play off the colors in the photo. I used a few other stamps from the stamp sub to make a label and embellish the left page too. I love how simple the stamped page is to make, but it still makes a big statement!
The stamp in this month's stamp subscription really inspired me to document the little things for which I am grateful every day. I can see using this stamp set all throughout the year. I love the mix of bold script and simple typefaces.
There are so many rich colors to choose from in the Holland Park Documenter Kit! Here I went for a yellow, pink, and grayish blue color scheme. I loved playing around with the Top Ten and Holland Park Stamp Sub to embellish my journaling cards and photos. I finished this page off with some chipboard pieces, die-cuts, and used the Tucker Alpha for my title card.
Oh, my stars. While the craft supply hoarder in me didn't want to use all the vellum stars from the TN Kit for one layout, I'm so happy I did. I lightly glued the center of each star to vellum before stitching on my sewing machine, so I didn't have to go through the insert to get that stitching effect. I trimmed off the excess vellum so you can barely see it! For the right side page, I stuck the washi to white paper and trimmed the strip out to really make the designs pop.
I used the Holland Park TN Kit and Stamp Sub along with the Tucker Alpha to create another page in my gratitude notebook. This page is all about reading, and the book I'm currently loving. I love the bold title that the Tucker Alpha creates, and the Holland Park stamp set is so perfect for any project about gratitude!
I love all of the fun script elements and sentiments on this month's stamp subscription set and used them for my stamp sub workbook project, but for this layout, I wanted to focus on the reading elements. I used the "reading list" stamp as a "title" for this spread about Sawyer and his recent fave books