To say I love the new Felicity Jane planner stamps would be an understatement. These sets are SO versatile, SO practical, and SO easy on the eyes. I thought I'd show you just a peek at how much use they've been getting over in my little creative space.
Basically, no surface is safe, haha. I just purchased an awesome blank-slate desk calendar and pretty much had the outline stamps dating out June before the UPS guy made it out of my driveway. I think it's the perfect work surface/video backdrop and love the constant month-at-a-glance to keep me on track. (pictured below in the background)
I love the versatility of stamping out the month's worth of dates here in my A5 "Creative Calendar". I chose a light colored ink so the dates wouldn't over-power the pages, and my plans could take precedence.
One of my favorite things to do with the new MONTHLY stamps is to pair it with other stamps and/or stickers. I loved digging through my older Felicity Jane sets to see what stamps could partner with the JUN stamp. I think it gives the date more visual interest and more "weight" when it's paired with a friend. I mean, we all need a good friend, right? ;) Here I used a simple label in a lighter shade.
This brush-stroke stamp from a previous Felicity Jane kit was the perfect background for this month, and I added in the small detail stamp for fun. (Yes, I have been sneaking these into my pages since April, haha). I love how using different ink colors helped reinforce the color scheme for the week.
I'm always on the lookout for stickers who's shape will accommodate the month. Loved this wavy banner with the April stamp.
One last way to maximize the stamps impact is to repeat the image. I love filling up the whole top margin with the date on repeat, and adding a small image in-between added a fun detail.
I think you get the idea.. I could go on forever with different pairings, but would really love to see YOURS! Please tag @felicityjanestudios on Instagram if you find some fun ways to "pair" these monthly stamps or if you find a clever surface that needs those dates!