Thursday, June 19, 2014

Traditional Layouts | Studio Calico

I've been diving into my Studio Calico kits lately, scrapbooking recent photos that I've had printed through Walgreens or Shutterfly. I love the Walgreens app for printing Instagram prints, and we have a Walgreens store less than one mile from our house. Win! 

I have a horrible time using only one kit to create layouts... I like to mix and match from different kits and collections. These three layouts combine several past and present Studio Calico kits, and I will list them under each title.  

June | Bold Intentions
Hello, Hello Project Life kit 
Cuppa Card kit 

A layout to document my goals for the month of June. I made this layout last week, and I'll admit, this list has pretty much gone to hell in a hand basket because Jack has been sick. Not sniffles-and-a-cough sick, but fever, vomiting, chills, and his sleep cycle is backwards, causing sleepless nights for all of us. It's not been fun. 

I'm hoping that Jack recovers by Sunday and we can start fresh next week. 

Soccer Star
Office Hours scrapbook kit

Mr. Jack, rocking his soccer outfit. Complete with soccer ball tank top, teeny tiny shin guards, and a Washington State University headband. Stylish for sure. 

Right Now
Office Hours scrapbook kit
Copper Mountain card kit

A fast and easy Q&A layout about Jack, just before he turned 5. I've done these Q&A type layouts before and it is always so fun to see their answers, and how much they change from year to year. 

I am hoarding my collection of burnished circles, also from Studio Calico. I don't think they are available anymore, but I love them!  

All 8.5x11 inch, single photo layouts. Not intentional, but I'm liking the simplicity and stories told. More room for journaling and fun embellishments, too. 

Check back tomorrow for a couple of layouts featuring two new releases at Pixels and Company. Thanks for stopping by!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great Los I especially love that first one :D Hope Jack is feeling better soon! I have a Jacques, too... but spelled differently, but said the same ;)