Monday, June 7, 2010

Citrus Tree Studio June Kit

I have two more layouts and two cards that I created using the June Citrus Tree Studio Mens Department Kit.

Sorry about the wrinkles in the page, I recently learned my 1 1/2 year old daughter can reach further onto my scrapbook table than I thought! lol...
Peyton got so excited when Chris asked him if he wanted to help wash his car. Yep, I wonder how long that will last! Haha! Of course he had to have his own wash spoofa raggy mabopper. I used a fun sketch by Aphra for this layout. Make sure and visit Aphra's blog, she's got some serious talent!
I did lots of stitching and inking. This kit came with a serious amount of fun chipboard to work with. Chipboard buttons, emebellies and may favorite....Thickers! Yeppers peppers, had a pack of thickers AND, yep that was a big AND a second set of alpha sticker! How cool is that?

I have a few random pictures of Peyton I wanted to scrap. I came up with this idea. This is truly a typical day in our life. There is usually a lot of laughter (because of naughty disgusting people out there I chose not to show the bare but photo I took along with the picture of the skivs on the head), a little crying (yes, sadly its an almost daily event) and if Mommy is lucky a nap.
Yep, paper rolling. It took a while, but man, I love the looks of it! I kept seeing layouts from Melinda Sparks. Yeah, I highly recommend you check out her blog too. She's got some serious talent as well!

Now for a simple Father's Day card. I love kits that come with cards and/or alterable items! This kit came with TWO cards! how cool is that? Since men are men, I kept my cards simple. I think they appreciate them, but I don't think they totally get the concept if I spent a TON of time on them KWIM? Although I do have to say, I gave one of Chris's cousins (younger teen age) a handmade card with money in it and he commented on the card, thought it was cool and thanked me for the hand made card! Yep, a good kid he is! Okay, on to the next card...
The chipboard frame was so much fun! I sprayed it with a little Smooch Spritz and Maya Mist. It has a really neat look to it IRL!
Yep, yep, that about does it for my June Citrus Tree Studio Mens Department Kit. Or I should say, that is what I've completed with it so far. I have enough left over to create a couple more layouts and/or a handfull of cards. Such a fun kit it is.
Apparently I used a lot of slang in this post as my spell check went WILD. Apparently lol..., IRL, KWIM, skivs, embellies, thickers, yeppers, spoofa, raggy and mabopper are not in the dictionary! ;-)

12 comments:

Aphra said...

You are so good for my ego, Kayla! Thanks for your kind works. :) I am seriously in LOVE with your Father's Day Card. It's perfect!

A Sarasota said...

Love your paper rolling, very neat technique, and it has so much Oomph!

Paisley Petals said...

You did a great job with that kit girl!

Suzanne said...

Oh man! That paper rolling is so cool! Love all your projects! :-)

gottaluvboyz said...

Great layouts and cards, Kayla! That paper rolling too cool:) I have yet to make it over to CTS to see the new kits...I'm sure the kit you worked with would be right up my alley with all my boys;)

Peet said...

love your projects, Kayla!!!

sarah said...

that card is stunning! LOVE the design and the details you put on it! :)

and love the made up words. hehe.

hugs,
sarah.

Mara... said...

Your projects are wonderful!!! I looooove the card. And the stitching on the first layout is great. And your everyday life LO cracked me up with the underwear on the head photo!!! So glad you scrapped that one. What a fun memory.

jenney said...

Awesome work, girl!! I love those papers in the kit and you did a great job with them!

Jill Sarginson said...

Men's Department, now that sounds like a fun kit! Great paper rolling too Kayla! Awesome layouts and I love that father's day card, the shape/design are awesome

Melinda Spinks said...

Well done on the paper rolling Kayla... you did a great job and so neat too! Your projects are wonderful and I love what you have done with one of Aphra's amazing skethes. Keep up the good work!
Melinda :)

pamala said...

Great projects!!! Love every single smidge!!! I like making up words too, it is so much more fun than regular words. :)

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