SC Roller Rink Reveal

In addition to the fantastic October Main kit, Roller Rink – which should still be in stock (I heard a rumor that Studio Calico loaded up on these due to increased interest and demand), I got 3 add-ons. But like all their other kits, since it has so many fun exclusives (like Cute Overload in custom colors), I wouldn’t recommend waiting too long to purchase. Here is what I made with the Main kit only:Just using Add-On #4, Toe Stop, I made this:With the Main kit & buttons from Add-On #4, I used an old photo from Thailand that Tara Whitney took:Using Add-On #2, Couples Skate and the Main kit, I created this layout:And last, but not least, one of my favorite photos onto one of my favorite papers. I used the Fiskars fingertip craft knife, a metal ruler, and the American Crafts healing mat to cut out the letters. From mixing the Main kit, Add-On’s #2, #4 with Add-On #1, Rainbow Kneesocks:So there you have it.

I ended up with a lot of leftover items, and I plan on creating more layouts with them soon. It was pretty easy to create these pages rather quickly considering I was gone for most of this month. Hope you all find the same kind of luck with Roller Rink!

**Also, it might feel too early, but I went ahead and pre-ordered the December Daily kit. In the past, mine have been 4X6, but with a portrait orientation. I am excited to stick with the same small size but just changing the orientation of the album to landscape.

13 Responses to SC Roller Rink Reveal

  1. Maria Krumbaek says:

    the first one with the colour sprinkling is amazing, such a cool effect.. And the bffs layout…. your layouts are so cool and so colourful.
    I have won your ready set go line on ACs blog and I cannot wait for it to arrive, especially when I see some of it on layouts on your blog!

    Have a nice weekend!

  2. Cathy L. says:

    I love these layouts, so bright and colorful! Those “cute overload” stickers are going on my “gotta have” list!

  3. Marina Haddad says:

    Great! Lovely! Stunning!
    Loved the stitching in the chevron style. I gotta try that! Thanks for the inspiration.

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