Into The Woods

Happy Monday everyone!  The March kit Into The Woods was revealed last night/today (I'm never quite certain how to say that! hee!) at Studio Calico and I'm so excited to finally share with you the layouts I created as Guest Designer this month.  April sent me all four add ons to play with and I loved them all!  I was really amazed at how well they mixed and matched not only with the main kit but also with each other.  I think all but one add on is sold out (Wildflower is still available) so if you are still looking to pick up a few extra goodies I would go ahead and hit that "checkout" button sooner than later.  ;)

I created 5 layouts with the kit and I seriously could have created a bazillion more if I had more time to play.  And since I hardly blog anymore I am going to share one layout a day over the next 5 days for a guaranteed 5 days straight of blogging.  How 'bout that!  LOL



This first layout might just be my favorite of the bunch.  Not only do I adore that Cosmo Cricket paper that reminds me of a sunset, but these are some of my favorite pictures of Darian that really show his infectious smile and sweet personality. 



I used my Silhouette (a new toy) to create the "sunbeams" and added lots of stitching for even more texture and detail.  The orange frame by Glitz (from the Mossy Knoll add on) was the perfect place to house my journaling that I printed on vellum and then laid over a piece of cardstock I had spritzed with Mister Huey's in Sunshine.  

That's all from me for today.  Stop by tomorrow when I share another layout!  :)

7 comments:

Lisa said...

I can't wait to get this kit! I love your layout. :) Pinning it on my Pinterest!

meganklauer said...

You ROCKED it Lynn! I've love to see you there every month! ;0)

Keshet said...

I adored your gallery, Lynn!

Sara said...

LOVE the LO! The sunburst is perfect! Can't wait to see more!

Kathy Martin said...

Love! Just fabulous!

Jennifer Yates said...

Lynn, LOVE all your creations!!! Contests on the GD spot!!!! :)))

laura vegas said...

super cute layout! i would have thought you cut the sunbeam by hand. now you'll have to tell me how you did that on the silhouette ;)