I worked with both the main Central HIgh kit and Central High Card Kit - along with addons #1 Style Guide, #2 Capital Avenue, & #4 The Register. I also threw in some More SC Paper and More Color for good measure. ;) And this is what I made...
Handwriting 101 was inspired by the super-cute SC Exclusive "Make the Letters" handwriting paper included in the Main kit and MORE SC Paper. Ev's been working on his name (with lowercases!) alot, and I loved that I was able to save one of his scraps to fit on this page.
...Insta-Splash is a collection of some of my favorite splash park slide pics of Evan from the summer. I feel like this summer was one big splash park party for us - which we all loved! I printed my insta's at postal pix for this.
...Hello Summer! (i miss summer already!) This is a snap from a week or two ago - our last week of summer - building a crazy cool swirly sandcastle with Ev - that I just wanted to enlarge to take up most of the page. That little mistable arrow shape at the top is one of my favorites from the kit this month! (mistable arrows were included in the September Central High MAIN kit!)
And now on to the cards. ;) AND my new love - the Card kit!!!
I Heart You was created ENTIRELY wih the MAIN Central High Card Kit! (Mistable arrows were included in the card kit as well!)
...Sending Smiles - this is a mix of everything - BUT the stamps are ALL from the Card kit! :)
...Hello! The negative of "hello" was left on my silhouette mat from another project, so I just cut a word bubble around it and used it here!
...Congrats! Just had to find a way to use the cute gold foil star trim and way to go stamp in #2 Capital Avenue.
...XOXO - the pennant style stamp that was included in the Card kit was definitely a FAVE this month - and perfect to stamp on lots of scraps for this card.
...And finally - This way to my Heart! - This was created ENTIRELY with the Main Central High Card Kit specifically for the Moxie Fab World blog. I had fun running color coordinating stitching over the heart die cut here, and working in some shine with sequins!
And THAT was September!