Holiday Baking Memories with Katarina Prevendarova

Hi friends! It’s Katarina here today to share with you my latest traveler’s notebook spread featuring the beautiful November kit and add-ons

For some reason I always struggle to finish my Christmas documenting. However, finding that my December 2019 TN is almost empty was a good thing, as I was so inspired by the new November products I just had to do a Christmas layout right away!

Supplies | November 2020 KitAutumn Die Cut Tabs, Jane Tile Alphabet Cardstock Stickers — WhiteVery Merry Chipboard Stickers, Dark Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Christmas Basics 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper StackFa La La 6 x 8.5 Inch Paper Stack, Christmas Tabs Stamp, Holiday Baking Stamp

The product that inspired me the most was the Holiday Baking Stamp. I love this type of stamp—you can stamp on a piece of a cardstock, cut out and use as your own embellishment. That was exactly what I did: enjoyed some stamping fun and then a lot of really relaxing fussy cutting. Next, I adhered my cut outs onto the right side of my spread creating my own pattern with some extra dimension. These cute icons were a perfect match with the two photos of my son helping out with Christmas baking.

To add a little more depth and detail, I did some second-generation stamping and stamped the green sprinkles right on the background paper. I also used the Christmas Tabs Stamp together with one of the Autumn Die Cut Tabs to embellish my photos.

On the left side of my spread I used the green grid paper from the Christmas Basics Paper Stack as my background and I cut a piece of the pretty striped paper from the Fa La La Paper Stack to ground my photos, title and journaling. 

I combined the Dark Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers and white Jane Tile Alphabet Cardstock Stickers to create my title. The cute “fresh from the oven” journaling tag from the November Kit had to make its appearance on this spread. I used a piece of the wood grain paper from the Fa La La Paper Stack to give the tag a little separation and also to bring the brown color to this side of my spread too.

For a finishing touch, I added three chipboard hearts from the Very Merry Chipboard Stickers. I love how everything coordinates together, which helped me enjoy putting this spread together even more. I hope I inspired you in some way today—maybe to use your stamps to create your own embellishments or to finish your past holiday documenting before the next holiday season comes in!

Thank you for stopping by and have fun creating with the November kit and add-ons!

Show us how you’re documenting your holiday baking memories using our Holiday Baking Stamp! Share in our Elle’s Studio Facebook Group or on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio!

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