Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Looking Forward to Summer

The weather forecast calls for up to 10 inches of snow tonight and thanks to Mary I had the opportunity to take my mind off it by working on my Serendipity Stamp challenge. Each design team member was assigned two months and was asked to decorate a calendar with our choice of stamps. By the luck of the draw, I got two wonderful (wistful sigh) summer months to tackle. I'm going to let my photos tell the story here today and will post a list of the stamps used below as well as a supply list. Enjoy strolling through the year with the other design team members' calendar pages. You can check them out here:

Jeanne October and November
Amy - February and March
Jenny - January and December
Miriam - April and May
Sue - August and September

The Month of June

The Month of July

Stamps used:

Wedding Cake - 425E

Summer-Spring-Autumn-Winter set - 582K
Bare Tree - 1185E
Leaves of Summer - 441E
America the Beautiful - 318E
Ball Glove - 882B
Get Your Game On - 907B
Swing - 095D

Our beautiful grandson finally made his appearance on January 9th, a full 16 days after his due date. He was so contented, he had no desire to vacate so he was finally delivered via c-section. We're so happy he and his mommy and daddy are all doing well.

Thanks for paying a visit!

It's all about the details:
Stamps: Serendipity Stamps
Cardstock: None
Patterned Paper: Basic Grey, Cosmo Cricket
Ink: Memento
and Distress Inks
Accessories: Dimensionals, Memento Marker, Prima Pebbles, Kaisercraft Pearls, All My Memories 12 x 12 Calendar
Silhouette Cameo, Copic Markers, Ranger Blending Tool


Luli/cy said...

Very Lovely calender for a Bride or A Bride-2-B! So very focused to
-wards them, That cute little blip
4 Dad's was cute. Oh & the July is so full of Summer's green Garden!

Amy said...

Love it! I love how you used the actual calendar page... and the inking of the squares really looks great!

Miriam said...

Nice job Kathie! Love what you did with these months.

tina said...

Love these calendar pages.