Heya!  I put together a video for Studio Calico sharing my process for using October’s Antiquary card kit — from opening the kit to the finished cards! It was on the Studio Calico blog yesterday but I thought I’d share it here too in case you missed it. :)

Now here’s a closer look at the cards!

First up, my favorite — the pears. Can’t wait to give this one to J!

quite the pear by Lisa Spangler for Studio Calico

Had so much fun watercoloring them.

quite the pear by Lisa Spangler for Studio Calico

Next while we’re talking fruit, here’s the apple card that I colored with Copics:

thank you teacher by Lisa Spangler for Studio Calico

thank you teacher by Lisa Spangler for Studio Calico

I think this would be a great card to make multiples of!

Now how about the pumpkin. The Harvest Moon dies that matched the stamps made this one super easy to make a bunch of leaves!

thanks by Lisa Spangler for Studio Calico

thanks by Lisa Spangler for Studio Calico

Now for the congrats card — I think this looks so classy! I want someone to get married so I can give it to them, lol!

congrats by Lisa Spangler for Studio Calico

congrats by Lisa Spangler for Studio Calico

Finally, the soft and sweet happy birthday card.

Happy Birthday by Lisa Spangler for Studio Calico

Happy Birthday by Lisa Spangler for Studio Calico

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Hope that this peek into my process helps you with yours! xx

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8 thoughts on “Video: my card design process w/Studio Calico kits!”

  1. Lisa, I loved seeing how you work with these kits. I love the way you lay the components out and make a sketch with notes in your little book. This could be utilized with any stamp set and a pad of patterned paper and I will definitely keep this in mind when I am stuck for a design.

    The birthday card and the congrats card are fabulous! Thanks for sharing your process.

  2. What wonderful cards you created from the kit. They are all my “favorites”! How could you not love these!!! Thanks for sharing the creative process as well. You had some great ideas for “jumpstarting” the creativity.

  3. Hi Lisa,
    Thank you so much for sharing your process with us…I really enjoyed watching! I also LOVE your cards, and pinned them right away :-)

    I hope you had a really great World Card Making Day…you are so inspiring to all of us…thanks!

  4. Thanks so much for the video, Lisa! I am having such trouble creating with my kits, now I’ll try and spread my kits out like you did and see if it works. Love love all of your cards, too. They are so cute and delightful!

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