This month the Counterfeit team of masters of forgery selected Studio Calico. This month Studio Calico launched their main kit and four add-on kits! That's a lot of scrapping. I tried to match all five, but decided after pulling a lot of paper from my stash, I could never complete that many pages in one month. Therefore I looked at the pages I pulled and decided which kit these pages matched best. I found a lot of their main kit "Into the Woods" and I had a lot for the "Wildflowers" add-on kit. I pulled no card-stock because I only want to use that as I go.
When all was said and done this is what I have pulled for my kit. Check back at the end of month and check out what has survived the month.
22 - pictures
4 - 8x8 sheets
7 - 12x12 sheets
5 - 8x10 sheets
3 - partial pages
2 - 4x6 sheets
Cricut cartridge - no alphas
bag of gems
container of miscellaneous metal wears (like brads and eyelets)
6 bags of flowers
2 seed packages
1 package of partial used rub-ons
3 - strands of ribbon
2 - transparencies
5 die cuts
11 monthly bingo cards
3 journaling squares
7 packages of stickers (some used & one had bumble bees)
"Into the Woods"***Not pictured my wood like paper- I actually have a roll of faux wood shelf covering I plan to use
"Wildflower" add-on kits*** This will be interesting considering I have two sons
Instead of trying to match the embellishments, I gathered embellishments I felt I would like with these pages. Because I host the progressive challenge with a live round on the last weekend of the month, I wanted to be sure I had any embellishment that challenge may call for. Here's my issue with embellishments: I love making them by hand. Yes, time consuming and you never know what I could build to add to my kit. My other problem is I hate using store bought embellishments because once you use it, it is on the page and can never be used again. I guess I grow attached to my store bought embellishments or I have serious scrapbook-embellishment, hoarding issues.