Studio Calico Antiquary

It’s time to reveal the October kit at Studio Calico!  This one’s called Antiquary and it really is beautiful.  I worked with the main  Scrapbook Kit, the Project Life kit, and two add ons – Rome and Amsterdam.  I also snagged these PL cards from In A Creative Bubble. They are so cute!

Third Grade:  I gave my Silhouette a work out on this one, creating lots of banners to be descriptive for the photo and also part of the design.  The floral background paper inspired the stitched flower accents.

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Wave Riders:  This one uses just the Rome add -on.  I love the beautiful colors in this add on!

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Happy Thanksgiving:  I tried out some chalk art on this chalkboard patterned paper and it worked pretty well.  I made a stencil of the “happy” digital stamp brush and another stencil for “thanksgiving” with my Silhouette and then used regular old chalk to fill in the stencil.  To seal it a bit so it didn’t rub off, I traced over everything with a white colored pencil.  Not sure why that worked, but it did!  It doesn’t rub off now!  The wreath is also cut from a trace of a digital stamp brush, as are the pumpkins.

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You & Me: Love the vellum die cuts and used several of them here.  And that big tag was great for embellishing and using as a focal point.

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Relax: This is just a fun page of a snapshot from our vacation last summer.  I tried to sneak off to read in peace and these two sweet ones found me after just a few minutes.  🙂  But we had a nice time relaxing together then.  I created the title with some Faber-Castell Gelatos.  They act sort of like crayons when you write/draw with them and then when you add a little water they blend together in a really pretty way.  Then I cut the title out and assembled the rest of the page.

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And that’s my gallery for October!  Have a great weekend!

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5 thoughts on “Studio Calico Antiquary

  1. axelle06 September 28, 2013 at 5:57 am Reply

    Interesting pages !

  2. adele September 28, 2013 at 1:35 pm Reply

    Lovely LO’s! I especially love your use of strips of negative spaces in the first one — and those stitched flowers are so sweet!

  3. Diana October 3, 2013 at 7:11 pm Reply

    I LOVE your work, these are all beautiful, great kit.

  4. Candace October 14, 2013 at 6:22 pm Reply

    Beautiful!! Would you be willing to share where you bought the cut file for the school banners? Thanks!

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