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Studio Calico: Camelot Card Kit

It's only Wednesday and it's already been a pretty eventful week. On Sunday, my brother and his fiancée had their baby. It's a boy! I'm so happy for them. So much paper witchcraft happened on Sunday, and more has been happening the last few days. I'll share all of that once they see what I've made (just in case one of them reads my blog).

Today however, I'm sharing my cards from the Studio Calico Camelot card kit. This is the one from May. It was pastel pink and coral and gold. To see the full kit visit Studio Calico.

This card was inspired by some of the pieces I had left over. I stamped and cut out a bunch of the flowers, and had cut a bunch of the gold foil hello's. There's a grey tag under the flowers that I used as a sort of template to make the flowers into a tag shape. It was supposed to be more visible, but I like it just like this.

This one was sort of inspired by from the gallery. This paper came with all these different pieces on one sheet. I could have cut it apart, but I just trimmed the right side to be different lengths and stamped happy everything on the side..

This was inspired by one of their sketches. I really like how it turned out.

This was inspired by the gallery. I added paper to the background and the thank you flair on the flowers to make it my own.

This was sort of inspired by the gallery. It didn't turn out quite the way I wanted, but it still looks good. 

This was the first one I made, inspired by the gallery. I trimmed strips off the patterned paper and punched circles and flowers. 

This is my absolute favourite card. The grey card base, most of the buttons, and the stamps are from the kit. The wood grain paper, the rest of the buttons, and the white string were from my stash. I want to make this card with buttons in every colour. That's how much I love this card.

This card was inspired by their gallery. But I made it my own by designing my own hello cutfile on the silhouette. I added the little bunting to the top, and put a circle of string around the heart flair. The tag has a gold border around it as well.

This was inspired by the gallery, but I changed the colours. I should have used white ink as the silver leaves a residue on your fingers, and can spread to the black paper. 

That's all the cards I made with this kit. I have a few pieces leftover that I've added to my stash. I'm excited to start working on the next kit and share it with you!

Have a great day!


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