One Product, Three Ways: Chloe Alphabet Stamp

Have you checked out our newest alphabet stamp in the shop? The Chloe Alphabet Stamp is playful and whimsical, just what you need to round out the other alphas in your stash! Today we have Nathalie Leonelli, Susan Brochu and Neela Nalam sharing how they used this new alphabet stamp in fun and creative ways. Let’s see what they created: 
NATHALIE | Hello, this is Nathalie and I am here to share with you how I was inspired by the just released Chloe Alphabet Stamp in the creation of one of my pocket spreads:

Supplies | June 2018 Kit, Kraft TagsJune Blank Label Stickers, Puffy Star StickersBright Hand Drawn Acrylic HeartsChloe Alphabet Stamp
What a fun font! I ended up using it in several different ways. First, I stamped with the capital letters and numbers on a kraft tag to indicate the dates on my title tag. I also created bullet points by using the “+” sign sideways on a journaling tag from the June Kit. I also stamped with the lower case letters to stamp a single word from my son’s vocabulary. It fits nicely onto a label and adds a personal touch. Also, remember to think creatively and look at your alpha stamps as pattern makers! I used the lower case “W” to create scallops on this blue striped tag, and I love the result:

Finally, I switched to StazOn ink and stamped directly onto my photo because I am a big fan of that look. I love that this set includes upper and lower cases plus lots of symbols, such as the quotation marks. It is the only alpha stamp I own that has them!
Now let’s look at the many more uses you can get out of this fabulous set…

SUSAN | As soon as I saw the playful Chloe Alphabet Stamp, I knew I wanted to use it on a page featuring my daughters when they were young. Since the stamp set includes both upper and lowercase letters, it was perfectly suited for a long title that would make a big statement on my layout.

Supplies | Chloe Alphabet StampNoteworthy Bits and Pieces, Noteworthy Cutouts, Noteworthy Epoxy StickersNoteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack, Noteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Stack
The yellow striped background paper from the Noteworthy 12″ x 12″ Paper Stack that I selected for my background had ready-made guidelines for my stamping.  I stamped the key words using the  Chloe Alphabet Stamp in all capitals and used lowercase letters for the rest. And can I also say how much I love an alphabet stamp that includes punctuation?!

Once I filled the right side of the page with the title, I added two photos, matted on a blue striped paper from the Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack. I embellished with a few blue embellishments I pulled from the Noteworthy Epoxy Stickers, Noteworthy Bits and Pieces and Cutouts, and added a single yellow heart to connect the two photos. I hope I’ve given you some inspiration for making a bold, eye-catching title using this fun new stamp!

NEELA | The Chloe Alphabet Stamp has a fun and playful feel to it and I really like the fact that it has upper and lower case! I decided to make a card for my son who is graduating from the 8th grade with this alphabet stamp. I stamped the words “congrats” with the uppercase and “you” with the lower case in a staggered and playful manner to reflect the style of the stamp.

I also felt that I could complete the phrase using the word “absolutely” from the Title Builder Vol. 2 Stamp and then added the acrylic word “shine” to complete the phrase. I then stamped some diamond and asterisks from both of the stamp sets.

To add a pop of color and finish off the card, I added a strip of patterned paper at the top of the card from the Shine 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack.

Show us how you’re using the Chloe Alphabet Stamp by using the hashtag #EllesStudio when posting your project on Instagram! You could win a gift certificate to the shop, and be featured on our blog and Instagram feed just for sharing!

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