The February Studio Calico kits are so sweet. I know I always say this, but if I had more time, I would have absolutely done more projects. Thankful to have plenty of leftovers though, as these bits will be used for more pages for clients as well as myself. Here's a basic run down of how I approached this spread using the only the Project Life main kit. As usual, I printed some of the photos and placed them where I thought they would go. The burst of the Hooray card was stitched while catching up season 3 of Homeland (which we finished last week).This week I also had the CHA drawn and stitched ahead of time. The vellum alphabet stickers in this kit are amazing and I want at least 10 more sheets. I incorporated Instax photos taken at the show. Because I loved the 2 3x4 cards so much, I put them together to fit into the 4x6 slot by simply adding a piece of washi tape to the back.I love my new Epson XP-950 Photo Printer, mainly because of the quality and the wireless capabilities. Unlike my Canon Selphy CP900, this doesn't need a separate app and it also has it's own wifi somehow, so I can always print directly from my phone's photos quickly and easily. I am using matte paper at the moment, but will likely change to semi gloss soon. I am waiting to do my complete review of it after the ink runs low, but so far there isn't any sign of it, which is great.I hesitated to cut apart this yummy card, but the cone color was coordinated perfectly.I typed out some journaling knowing I would cut it apart.I accidentally got some black ink on the top of this, so I turned that spot into a heart and added some wording below.Here is the finished spread.And I didn't get a chance to use these cards just yet, found in the Ring Pop add-on, but you may recognize some of the designs from Plus One (some are re-colored). And the black and white camera is an acrylic piece. You may remember the art work from my very first collection with American Crafts.Here are the layouts I made: And although I created more girly layouts with the Scrapbook kit, I did manage to make this one of Asa enjoying an ice cream sandwich a couple years ago. Stamping on the background is fun, and almost creates a pattern paper of its own.You can see all the complete layouts with detail photos in my Sugar Rush gallery at Studio Calico. Keep in mind that subscribers can shop the pre-sale each month at noon EST on the 27th. Others need to wait until the clock strikes midnight tonight. Become a subscriber and get lots of sweet treats!