Autumn Doodle Flair
I am relatively sure that most of what I doodle are items I'd love to have in real life, so the fact that I'm lucky enough to have a talented friend who turns my little designs into incredible mini flair that I can use on a variety of projects, well, that's just about the best.
I am also pretty sure that I say ever set we release is my favorite, but oh, this one really gets my heart. Pencils and crayons and pillows, oh my! Take a self professed school supply addict, mix in a love for the joys of autumn, a bit of spook, and some turtley awesome designs, and I am all in!
I thought for this release that it might be fun to show of the flair two ways - one in a layout that keeps it very simple, but uses the flair as a practical, but beautiful embellishment, and how fun it is to use the flair outside paper projects.
I don't think it's a secret that I tend to love super simple layout with very little embellishments, but that's precisely why I love Elise's mini flair. The flair are the perfect size to add a bit of a punch to a layout without taking away from the photo or the journaling. I also love that they make the perfect prompt for telling a story, like on this layout that's both about reading and my love of cider when it gets cooler.
As promised, paper projects aren't the only use for the flair, and I absolutely couldn't resist attaching this little fox (Francine) to my favorite scarf. I love having that little bit of foxy fun in my outfit.