My November 2012 Studio Calico kit arrived on my front porch Thursday night, so it is time for another blog post featuring all of the projects that I completed with the previous month's kit.
In October I got the main kit and two add-ons (kind of by mistake - I had a code for $25 that expired at the end of the month and forgot to use it when I purchased the first add-on - opps!!) I have never bought two add-ons before and won't anytime soon - it is WAY too much for me! I got a total of four layouts and two cards created with the kit.
This layout is my favorite of the month.
I call my little kitty by many names - and usually not by his real name! I just thought this was a fun way to use the MME "Hello My Name Is" tag. I cut the tag in half and used the bottom half at the top of the page under the banner.
This page I created with a photo I took of Craig's grandma Mayme on her 92nd birthday this summer.
I thought the combination of colors and patterns had a very "antiquey" feel to them - a perfect look to scrapbook a layout about her age!
This layout I scrapbooked after Hurricane Sandy.
My sister has pointed out that I printed "Irene" instead of Sandy - I'll have to fix that at some point! We were lucky and didn't even lose power or anything. We did have lots and lots of twigs and branches that we had to pick up this weekend though.
This layout is about my Grandma and Grandpa Booth's kitchen.
I usually ask for my mom's help when journaling about something from a long time ago, but this time I didn't. I wanted to write down what I remembered without having my memories confirmed or denied.
My last project was a card for my dad for Veteran's Day. I was going to make a few 4th of July cards to use up some of the red/blue lined washi in the kit and I realized that the same card could be used for Veteran's Day.
This isn't the card that I sent to my dad - his was on kraft cardstock. After I sent it, I wanted to see if it would look better on white and I think it does.
Have a great week everyone and enjoy your Veteran's Day holiday!