Studio Calico Neverland Kit Reveal, Part II

Hi there, I'm back with part two of my Studio Calico Neverland Kit cards! The ones today have a more masculine/cool touch and are actually my favorites from the March release but see for yourself :)

This one is a card to welcome a new baby boy. I know, not very baby-ish but the new mom would kill me if I'd gone all kitschy ;-) No biggie if this is not your thing - it would probably also make a great birthday card for a little boy. The patterned papers are a mix of card kit, add-ons Tink and Lost Boys.

The little square card here came together because I couldn't part with the leftover. There's something still so cool about the negative die-cuts, isn't it? Patterned papers are all from the card kit this time.

How perfect is that Amy Tangerine paper for a card to new home owners? The card design was inspired by a card by Danielle Flanders which I lifted for a fun Creative Team challenge.

The last card for today is my personal favorite this time! I used a lot of the new collection Mister Huey's to mimic the gradient on one of the card kit patterned papers. A perfect match in colors! Also, I was beyond excited how great the Silhouette cut the thin lines from this digital cut-file.

Well, and that about wraps up my March projects! On another note, did you see that Google Reader will be shut down on July 1? Eeek! I may or may not have sign up to about every free alternative on the planet to find out what I like best. How about you? Did you use Google Reader? What's your solution to keeping up with blogs? My current favorite is Feedly by the way.

Studio Calico Neverland Card Kit, Add-on Tink, Add-on Lost Boys, Neverland digital files
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, PTI Smokey Shadow and Vintage Cream
Extra cardstock: American Crafts white
Other: sewing machine/thread, Silhouette Cameo, Mister Huey (Calico Shine, Ocean, Splash, Honey Dew, First Kiss), Martha Stewart 1" Starburst punch, PTI star prints dies, sequins, AmCrafts foam tab circles