Thursday, May 31, 2018

12 Kits of Occasions: May '18 You're a Good Egg


Hello everyone! Welcome to the last day of May, and 12 Kits of Occasions, where you
are treated to 12 designer friends and their creations! 
This month I'm hostess, and my kit is themed 'You're a Good Egg'.
My husband and I live on 2 1/2 acres and raise chickens for their eggs.
By day they roam the homestead, and at night are snugly tucked into their coop.
To say they've won our hearts is an understatement! We affectionately call them 'the girls',
and have to say, we smile each time we crack open an egg!
And with that in mind, may I present this month's kit... full of chickens and eggs and 
hopefully a few 'cluckles'!
You'll see lots of Lawn Fawn this month, especially their set, 'Hay There', and some of 
their wonderful papers.
I've invited 2 friends this month, Colleen Foelker, and Linda Snodgrass.
Be sure to drop by and give 'em some love!
So get comfy, put your feet up, grab a cuppa, and enjoy. There's a whole lot of 
crafty country to see!
Remember, all products are listed on the 12 Kits' products page.
And one more note: I'm an affiliate for PapertreyInk. All their products I used are
hi-lighted and are a direct link to their shop. If you like something I used, I'd love it
if you use my link up. Thanks!


It's all about farm life with my box card made with Lawn Fawn's sweet images!


The scene was made using Lawn Fawn's Scallop Pop Up Box Card die set.


Included in the kit was Lawn Fawn's Simple Grassy Hillsides...
can't wait to see how my teammates used it!


Adore these sweet Lawn Fawn ducklings!


These 'farm fresh' images from Carta Bella are mounted around


Lawn Fawn Really Rainbow paper. I had the stitched square and rectangles left over from 
the pop up box. Skillet & egg carton: Cottage Cutz.


I saw these chicks from Stampin' Up on Pinterest and had to add them to my stash. You can 
still get them on eBay, but be forewarned... they're pricey. See the one with the funky hair?
That's chick attitude. LOVE it! Oh, and btw, Those are real feathers off my girls, discarted
not plucked. The grandkids love to collect them from the coop.



Chicken Wire, hen & egg also Stampin' Up.


Last card is some ombre inking over a Cottage Cutz die set. 

Hope you enjoyed a bit of card making country style, and hope you
visit the 12 Kits designers for more fun on the farm!

Hugs, y'all!