Friday, March 8, 2013

Little Black Dress | March Kit

The March Little Black Dress kit—A Chance for Luck— is now for sale. It's such a fun kit with lots of neutrals and pops of color.

I love the neutral color palette on the layout below, and love how the title stands out in black. Sunday mornings we get up super early (for me anyway) and go to church. When we get home, we all put on some comfy clothes and head back to bed for a nap. Sounds silly, right? We love our lazy Sundays. Lucas always picks out a book to read before his nap.

SUPPLIES Little Black Dress March kit--patterned paper: Studio Calico & My Mind's Eye | washi: October Afternoon | sticker: Jenni Bowlin Studio | time card, accounting sheet, game piece, and button [non-kit items: alpha stamps: Studio Calicoo /Hero Arts | kraft cardstock | tiny attacher | date stamp (past kit): Studio Calico]

Next up is a 4x4 mini album. You can see more of the album here. It may be small, but there's plenty of room for stories, notes, and photos for one super special baby girl. I love the corrugated piece as a cover. It's perfectly flexible, yet still sturdy. 
SUPPLIES  Little Black Dress March kit--patterned paper: Glitz Design | patterned vellum: Studio Calico | wood veneer: Studio Calico | washi: October Afternoon | corrugated cardboard, trim, tag, kraft bags [non-kit items: Silhouette SD (fonts: Grand Hotel, Novocento Wide, Impact) | label stamp: Studio Calico | heart punch: Stampin' Up | typewriter & sewing machine

And last but not least, I decorated a couple small gift boxes with the kit contents. I could use another yard of that fun turquoise trim!
SUPPLIES  Little Black Dress March kit-- tulle, trim, & button | patterned paper: Glitz Design | wood veneer: Studio Calico [non-kit items-- punches: Stampin' Up & Martha Stewart | paper maché boxes]


Check out these blogs too for more inspiration with the March kit:
Katie Ehmann
Jenni Calma
Stephanie Bryan
Jamie Leija
Suz Mannecke



1 comment:

Wendy Brassart said...

Your layout is perfect! I enjoyed how you used the library "card" and date stamp for the topic of your page! Great stuff!