Monday, June 19, 2017

Shoppe Update

Hello hello! I released some new products at In a Creative Bubble today - the first update for this month with (hopefully) one more update at the end of June. I'll get right to it. Here's a look at what's new:

Hello Weekend Journaling Cards
This new set of cards is great for documenting your weekend adventures, no matter how small or big they are. I opted for a softer color scheme and my personal favourite is the brunch club card :)

Hello Weekend Digital Stamps

Drive Journaling Cards
I wanted to make a new set of road trip themed cards, and I decided to keep them black and white for ultimate versatility. The clean and simple b&w designs can easily be paired with any photo, ensuring that your pictures remain the highlight of your project!

Drive Digital Stamps

Summertime Journaling Cards
With summer solstice/the first day of summer happening tomorrow, I knew it was time for a new set of summertime themed cards. I was inspired by summer sunsets when I chose this color palette, and I had lots of fun designing this set of cards! I hope you like them too.

Summertime Digital Stamps

Let's Party Journaling Cards
I feel like there are so many things to celebrate in May/June with friends graduating, it being peak wedding season, and lots of summertime birthdays. Hence, these new party themed cards! I opted for a brighter color scheme this time around - nice and fun and happy. The cards are a bit more whimsical but I think they're still clean and versatile designs, my favorite style!

Let's Party Digital Stamps

Chicago Journaling Cards
The newest destination set in my store is Chicago! It is high on my list of US cities I want to visit; I've heard lots of great things about it. Hoping I can make it out there one day, sometime soon! :)

Chicago Digital Stamps

Ticket Elements
Finally, my obsession with vintage transport tickets inspired this set of ticket elements! Cut them out and use them to add the perfect little detail to your projects. You can easily cut them out with scissors and use a one hole punch for the notches or use the print and cut feature of your Silhouette die-cutting machine (I tried it for the first time this past weekend and it is a game changer). I plan on layering these tickets with regular ephemera in my own mini-books :)

That's all for now! Don't forget to check out the Last Chance section of the store as well, since there are products that will be retired at the end of the month. Hope you had a lovely weekend! xo.


  1. This is probably a silly question but do you have any suggestions on the best way to print these? Thanks!

    1. Hi! It depends if you prefer to print at home or print at an office supply store like Staples. At home, I print on Neenah bright white paper (Epson Premium Presentation Paper matte is a good alternative) and on my printer settings, I make sure to choose the correct paper type, 'best quality' and 'actual size' (not 'fit to page' which will shrink the cards). I hope that helps! :)

  2. Love your printables!!! Sign me up for anything love, travel, weekend, birthday, books, or just plain fun-related!!

  3. Hi, this will be my first time purchasing digital stamps, how does this work? Can I take each design and layer it onto the photo through Photoshop? (I'm interested in the Chicago digital stamps)


    1. Yes, exactly! The digital stamps come with an .abr brush file so you can simply load the brushes in Photoshop, or individual .png files with transparent backgrounds that you can use right on your photos in Photoshop. Hope that helps!

    2. Cool! Is it possible to print these too? (for a project life card)

    3. Yup, you can simply use them to make your own Project Life cards too if you wish!

  4. Thanks so much! I have tried them, printed them, and they turned out fantastic. I will definitely come back for more. (By the way, Chicago is a great city to visit, I was born and raised there. The culture, the festivals, the architecture, the will love it there, thanks for coming up with these designs!)

    1. Yay, I'm so glad they worked out for you! :) I definitely want to make it out to Chicago one day!