Second, today I created two additional pages with the fabulous Add-On kit from 3 Scrappy Boys. This kit features the Memoir collection from Studio Calico.
For my first layout, I used some old photos from our family trip to San Francisco, California. Specifically, the photos show our stop previous crossing the Golden Gate. I still remember, that kids were super active that day. Well the evidence can be shown here!!! LOL!
Reflecting right now, they were so little! Right now, they do not remember.
Just everything you see is from the Add-On kit except for the kraft cardstock and the mist used (Studio Calico - Custard (sun, flowers) and Studio Calico - white(clouds)). The camera is one of the images included in the Maya Road clear stamp set.
For the second layout, I wanted to showcase the ribbon included in the kit. I attached it with liquid glue to a circle shaped chipboard frame from my stash. This photo is more recent. It is from this last summer.
We were at Avila, which is a very antique city, which I feel it justifies the use of the vintage ribbon over the photo. Moreover, love the contrast provided of the white chipboard letters against the kraft cardstock. Love the color combination of wine / blue / turquoise, too.
This layout is pretty simple, but I preferred that way. BTW this was my 5th layout from the kit. The brown/white twine is from WRMK that can be found in the store. The scripted patterned paper belongs to Studio Calico Memoir 6"X6" pad.
October kits are now for sale! Heather decided to donate 10% of all sales in October to either the Susan G. Komen Foundation or The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. These donations will be made in honor of breast cancer awareness month and Heather's father, who passed away from multiple myeloma.
There are kit packs as well that will offer you a special discount in addition to your donation. A great way to contribute and get something in return!
Wishing you a great week! and thanks so much for your comments! They make me very happy every time I receive a visit or receive comments! and your patience since finally I am getting on the routine as a full-time working mom!