Project Life | 2014 Week 12 & 13
Another month of amazingness is here again when Studio Calico released their Camelot kits a couple of days ago! Let’s just say it gets better each month.
After 17 weeks into the year, I’m still going strong on my Project Life. Hah! I still am very much enjoying the process of bringing my spreads together week after week, especially seeing those amazing Studio Calico kits coming in each month, I feel very motivated.
I have to say Camelot is one heck of a kit. The color palette is gorgeous and the embellishments compliment the cards so well. Let’s take a look at what I came out with the Camelot Project Life Kit, the PL add-ons Arthur and Lancelot and I even played with the stamp set Galahad.
I used mainly Arthur and Galahad on this left page of my week 12. I love how light and subtle the colors are on the cards. Oh, I particularly love the big alpha chipboards and the “hello” wired bubble speech clip in Arthur.
The Galahad stamp set is just perfectly coordinated with my photo theme this week. I stamped it on a white non-textured cardstock and punched them out with my circle punches. The circle stamps measure between 1.5″ to 2″, so I used punches that are slightly bigger than the stamp size which leaves a thin border on the punched circles.
I made one of the 3×4 cards using Camelot Digital Template by Shanna Noel and overlay it with Suzy Plantamura’s Camelot Digital Brush “Best Day Ever” quote. Simply love the brush to bits! The card was made using Photoshop and it requires only a few simple steps to create the card.
As you may have already know, I’m a big fan of chipboard alphas and I love adding a title on my PL cards. So, the Hello Sunshine Chipboard Alpha by Pink Paislee is definitely my favorite in the Arthur add-on.
The DIY speech bubble stickers, Cosmo’s embossed tiny text and the geotag love clip are my absolute favorite! And the PL cards as well!
And here’s the next spread using the Camelot Project Life Kit only.
Like I mentioned earlier, this month’s kit is very well coordinated in their colors and embellishments. Those wood banners are just adorable and it’s easy to attach them onto the cards either with glue tape, sewing or staple them with a tiny attacher.
I used up almost all of the strips of die cut labels by Hello Forever! Just add some words from the rub-on alphas and they’re good to go!
And here a couple of close ups on the right page of my week 13.
If only I could have 10 more pieces of the ampersand card! Love it!
I hope you did manage to snag the kits and add-ons that you wanted. And I’m very sure you’ll love them all!
Thanks again for stopping by my blog! See ya soon!