It is finally here — the kit with the infamous polaroid stamp that so many of us have been tweeting about!!

Here's a layout I did with it. This exclusive stamp comes with the main kit and surprisingly it is still available! Run get it if you haven't already! This stamp is amazing (and so is the kit! 🙂 )

1st Beach Trip:

Besides the main kit I mostly used things from the Still Life Add on and the En Plein Air Add on. I guess I pretty much just get them all and then grab whatever works for my layouts from any of the kits! I also used my new fave punch on the right edge of the cardstock and then tucked some patterned paper behind! Fun! Also loving the American Crafts Mixtape and Dear Lizzy thickers that are in the main kit as well! I have to admit, the chipboard windows kind of scared me but after seeing some of the other design team members use them I am inspired! I'm going to keep those out on my desk to use soon! Oh and this layout included some things from the shop that I just couldn't resist – the Mix and Mend Journal Tags, Sweet Treats Stickers and Seaside Wild Cards. They were all just too cute to pass up! 🙂

Off He Goes:

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Loved the 7gypsies rub ons from the Still Life Add on Kit – thought the numbers went well with my school themed layout. The brown alpha, yellow stars and school embellishments are from the Drafting Table Add on. Perfect timing for all of our back-to-school pics that I just took recently! Also used the AC thickers and mixtape again! Told you I love them!! 🙂 The misting on the background is a combination of Maya Road Evergreen with Mister Huey in Lunch Tray! I'm already addicted to Studio Calico's new mists – cleverly branded Mister Huey!

1st Day:

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This one uses quite a bit from the Drafting Table Add on again. I love the report card paper and the stars paper! The ruler paper is another one I loved and it is a back side of one of the papers here. Misting here is a combination of Maya Road Tangerine with Mister Huey Calico White on top. I used an old piece of chipboard as a mask and stencil to create the stars on the background and then outlined them with an American Crafts stamp marker in Sunflower. There's that orange mixtape once again! We might have to have an intervention! haha!

If you have any questions, let me know! Oh and I did add these to the Studio Calico member gallery along with some of the past months' layouts as well. I have had so many requests to do that from the members over there and I just kept forgetting! Sorry! I promise to be better ladies! Promise!!