Galactic Fantastic! | Felicity Jane



Hey lovelies! I'm over on the Felicity Jane blog with an outta this world layout! (I'm so punny...) There's also a process video in there too! x

Sleepy Head | Felicity Jane


This week Felicity Jane is collaborating with Tombow, so for this layout I decided to give the dual brush markers a whirl to create a watercolour background.

Watch my process below to see how this layout came together:

Do You Like Coffee?

... Only with my oxygen.


Oh Gilmore Girls... how I love thee! This layout is all about two of my faves: Gilmore Girls and coffee. 


Multiple photos on layouts aren't my usual thing, but there's something about photobooth pictures that make it easier for me to work with!

To create the photobooth strips I used an app called Pocketbooth, I couldn't recommend it enough!


I used my Felicity Jane 'Maggie' kit; I seriously loved the earthy and warm orange tones in it. If I had to choose my favourite pieces from the kit, it would probably be the cute little bird from the cut-apart sheet and those amazing wooden thickers, I can't get enough of them.




Coffee cup stains... the original mixed media technique!

Doing this really reminded me of being back in school and loving any sort of project that involved staining homework with coffee and tea and burning the edges, to get that "old-world" look. I probably even did it to my maths homework at some point... any excuse to not do maths!



Sequins, stitching and paper-piecing. Yup, classic me. But I just love making these kinds of layouts, it really is my scrappy comfort zone... You gotta do what you love, right?!



You & Me | Felicity Jane

Hey all! Apologies in advance because I'm about to spam you with a fair few posts posts... I've been super slack about updating on here. Oopsies!


So firstly we have a layout I created for Felicity Jane. Check out the blog post here, and you'll also find a process video over there too!

DIY | Cork Board / Moodboard Organisation | #MoodyMonday

Hey everyone! So for this week's edition of the Moody Monday series on my YouTube channel, I decided to take the mood board "thing" quite literally...


... by literally making a mood board!

I'm currently reorganising/decorating my craft space, and I decided that a plain old cork board was far too practical for my liking!


The board felt really cluttered with bills, documents and other bits of annoying paperwork that comes with adulthood, so I decided to make this super easy document file:


What you'll need:

  • one piece of 12x12 pattered paper
  • ruler
  • pencil
  • craft knife or scoring board/knife
  • bone folder (or in my case, the back of the ruler!)
  • stapler
  • drawing pins
  • Embellishments 

To make:

  1. Trim off the branding strip, and 1.5 inches from the top (or bottom) of your paper
  2. On the reverse side of the paper, measure lines at 1 inch and 1.5 inches in from the bottom of the paper and the right and left sides
  3. Score each of these lines
  4. To make the notch at the top of the folder, measure 1 inch and 2 inches in from the last score line you made, and draw a line 1 inch down from the 2 inch mark
  5. Cut diagonally from the 1inch mark to the 2 inch mark below
  6. Fold the score lines, and staple together to create the file shape
  7. Embellish however you want!
  8. Poke holes along the back of the file for the drawing pins and adhere the file to the board
    1. I found that adhering washi tape over the pins is great way to make sure they don't move and fall out when you're attaching the file to the board
    2. I also ended up attaching a piece of printer paper across the back of the file to make adhering it to the board less fiddly!


I'm in love with this file, it's such a handy thing to have to be able to contain and organise my paperwork. And an added bonus is that it's so cheap and easy to make!


I also made some pockets from a 4x12" piece of paper. I'm currently using these to house some random post it notes of project and layout ideas that I scribble down, so I don't forget them!


I jazzed up some of the drawing pins, by grabbing some of my favourite die-cuts, chipboard stickers and wood veneer and adhering a pin to the back of each of them with some glue.



 They super handy to hold photos and journalling cards and, most importantly, they're pretty!


To decorate the rest of my mood board, I gathered some of my favourite stickers, chipboard pieces and die-cuts and pinned them to the board wherever there was some empty space.


Truth time: I've been hoarding a lot of the pieces on this mood board, as I've been waiting for that "perfect" layout to use them on. But, let's be real, they've been living in a box for too long now... It's way better to have them on display!


To make the board feel as cohesive as possible, everything was kept to a pink, yellow, mint and gold colour scheme (what a surprise!!)


Have any questions, drop me a comment here or on the video below and I'll be happy to answer :)

Elsie x

Here's the process video:

Fantastic Mr. Fox | Felicity Jane


Eeek - my first ever Design Team layout *nervously bites nails*! Head on over to the Felicity Jane blog, where you can have a nosey at the full layout. There's also a process video, thrown in for good measure! x