Another month, another "what I did with my Studio Calico kit from the time it arrived at my door until the next month's kit arrived" post.
I got just the main kit this month, but picked up a few products from Two Peas that were in some of the add-ons. I liked the kit, but didn't feel that the kit included enough embellishments. There was a mask and a mini Mr. Huey in the kit, which is a fun idea (OCCASIONALLY), but I think it made the kit seem a little light. Anyways.
The first layout is a photo of my husband's cousins daughter. She was a flower girl at her uncle's wedding in France last month that I was lucky enough to be able to go to.
I started with the kit but then I decided I wanted to add some gold to the layout and it went a whole different direction. I love using gold POW glitter paper in my Silhouette.
The next layout is of my husband just after the wedding. He was a groomsman and during the ceremony he and the five other groomsmen had to take turns holding crowns over the heads of the bride and groom. It was not an easy task and this picture shows how glad he was that it was finally over!
I had picked up some Maggie Holmes line from Crate Paper and used some of that along with some washi from a previous kit. I mixed some Mr. Huey with a bit of water and "painted" part of the background and then I went in and added some splatters.
"Shine" is a layout of my niece at the wedding. Again, I started with the kit and then went a whole different direction, using more Maggie Holmes line and other bits from my stash.
The next layout is a really fun one. There's a story behind the title that I typed out and is in the little Alison Kreft mini bags. Basically, the story goes - Craig and I spent a day in New York City with my mom and dad and they both ordered meatloaf for lunch. Out of all of the fabulous food that NYC has to offer, they ordered something they eat at home regularly! This was way back in 1997 and the story has been told and re-told numerous times and my husband pretty much can't talk to my mom without mentioning meatloaf.
The photos aren't great and they aren't even at the restaurant where we had lunch that day (they are from that trip though.) The photos really seemed to convey the feel of the story though.
So, how many projects did you get done with Neverland?
Have a great week everyone!