Monday, December 7, 2009

loving home front

i have to admit, the colors weren't calling to me when i first saw home front by studio calico. and i can't toot a horn that isn't calling to me, but DANG, the more i use this line, the more i love love love it. i used a journaling sticker, the dollhouse paper, a figure from the darling paper, and the grey alpha stickers, along with the asterisk stamp from the noah alpha stamps to make the little yellow stars. i stamped them with distress ink in mustard seed and it is the PERFECT match. i was rather pleased at my guessing skills on that one. i think you'll see me using mustard seed a LOT in the future. i love it. i also used the market letter stickers from october afternoon, some bits and pieces of sassfras' amplified line, some strips of grey crate, and AC's glitter brads and chipboard frame. how much do i love how it turned out? so much so, i didn't even feel the need to stitch on it! thank you studio calico!,

12 comments:

lisa truesdell said...

i am eversomuch in love with this.

betsy (pharmgirl) said...

What a great layout! and i felt the same way about Homefront when i saw it online. But then in person . . . it goes with all my photos somehow! very cool!

Jen said...

Love it!!!

Mary Kay said...

Wow. That is SO great!

ArlaMo said...

Loving this!!

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prashant said...

What a great layout! and i felt the same way about Homefront when i saw it online. But then in person . .


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Stephanie said...

Um, I'm loving it. And not in a cheesy McDonald's way :)

april said...

this is such a cool layout! love your asterisks

Andrea said...

I too have had some reservations about the line but I love what you've done with it with this amazing layout and now need to get my hands on some of it!

joanne (spagirl) said...

whoa, this is just ... stunning!

*reyanna klein* said...

This layout made my jaw drop! It's fabulous!!! Love the scallops (and the negative from cutting them out)... wonderful idea! :D