As I mentioned before, I made a goal to use up every last inch of Studio Calico’s “Field Guide” kit by Friday, but my plans got a little thwarted when I came down with the flu (blah!). Nonetheless, I am happy to report that I finished!

Here’s what I whipped out with my kit-a-roo:

 

All layouts were made with the main kit, in addition to a few of my own supplies, including AC Cardstock, SC chipboard letters, my Slice + Vintage Findings card, a little Washi tape action, and of course, the Dymo Labeler (always the Dymo Labeler!). And now that I’m looking at all the layouts together, I’m realizing that all the photos I used were from the same weekend! Woops! Haha! I guess I just had so many that I wanted to scrap, they all ended up in the same kit! Maybe next time I will plan that out a little better…

In other scrap related news, I have to share one thing that made me so excited:

John’s namesake Flair! They are part of AC’s new Chap line (dare I say my MOST favorite line of all time?) and all of the products are named after guys that work for AC or are indirectly associated with AC (hence, John!). Little bit of trivia for ya.

Happy Saturday!

7 Responses to “field guide: complete!”

  1. Katie

    These are fantastic! I think I am going to copy your goal after my parents leave to head back to the U.S. on Tuesday. I especially enjoy your “love list” layout….I really need to make one of these!

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  2. Starlie E

    As usual you did a beautiful job with the kit. Thanks for including us. Love “John” flair package! take care, see you both soon.

    xox

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  3. Sierra

    Ohmygoodness! I love love love your layouts! They are so original! 🙂 Were those brads (on your LOs) in the kit as well, because I love them and think they are so amazing!

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