Iris had a blast with the beautiful vellum polaroid frames from Studio Calico. It was solid and vibrant enough to create stunning frames for photos, but since it was vellum and sheer, it also looked beautiful layered . The background was created by smearing texture pastes over Studio Calico Stencils.
To create this page, Iris used a two-step stencil from Studio Calico and applied two colors of mists, allowing it to blend in the middle to create a third colour. She then added Studio Calico fabrips to frame the pattern created with the stencil. Bits and pieces of rub-ons and die-cuts were used to embellish the circle patterns in the stencil.
Jill has used the Studio Calico Here and There pack to create a "Things to be Grateful For" Album to keep on hand.
By folding the Tag Album, painting on gesso and then spraying with the Mister Huey's mist, she has used that as the colour theme for the album which has been stitched together with complementary sheer ribbon.
Kathleen Graumüller is a 24-year old soon-to-be teacher from Germany, who discovered the world of scrapbooking some time in 2010. This layout features beautiful products from Studio Calico which has been beautifully utilized to create a page for one of her favourite photos of her love and herself, in their absolute favourite city in the world - Barcelona. They are head over heels in-love with this city and she enjoyed scrapping all of the memories they made there! She likes to incorporate white space in her layouts, but also love to mix different patterns, which is why she often uses the layering technique. Kathleen is likewise fond of adding some splatters of mist and some tags and labels here and there to complete the look of her page.
Sandy Ang is a paper-based crafter from the sunny, little island of Singapore. A cardmaker, scrapper and off-the-page project creator, she loves playing with lines and shapes to produce layered, textural and often dimensional items. In this fun layout she shared with us, Sandy mixed a number of Studio Calico elements to scrap these photos taken at a local car show of a 1965 Vespa Grand Sport. The basic design is a long vertical column intersected by a broad horizontal row. To create variety, Sandy split up the row into bands of different lengths and split the column into three segments with the photos in the bottom and an embellishment cluster on top. Beautiful, clean, and stunning! If you want to see more of Sandy’s work, you can check her blog here. Thanks Sandy!