Stampin’ Up!® has introduced a Card Kit Collection which will be updated throughout the year with new kits. All of the kits are while stocks last, so if there are any that you like, I suggest getting them now, before they are gone. The best thing about the kits is that everything you need to create the cards/projects is included in the kits. All you might need is a pair of snips / scissors. That makes the kits perfect for when you are travelling, want to make a lot of cards with not much time on hand, want to create/share with others so you make one of each card and so on.
Last Sunday I got together with some people to create a card kit. My 6 year old daughter loves rainbows and butterflies so the Notes of Cheer Card Kit was the perfect choice as she joined in with us.
Everything comes packaged inside a little box, so once you open it, check out the instructions and work out which parts go with each card and then you are on your way. You could even make variations using some of the elements from the kit if you had some extra supplies. I kept my cards very close to those on the instructions, however my 6 year old daughter made a few alterations of her own and did an amazing job putting these together. I’ll share her cards later in the post.
This first card has a rainbow printed card base, a laser cut layer, sentiment and some rhinestones/gems.
The second card has a laser cut frame, 2 different sentiments and the rhinestones/gems.
The third card in the kit is a lovely butterfly shaped card with sentiment & rhinestones/gems.
The photo above is the 3 cards that my daughter made. She was so proud of them. She always wants to craft with me and this was a fun but simple way for her to join in without too much mess.
If you click on the image below, it will take you to the full collection of kits available from Stampin’ Up!®. Please let me know if you would like to order any and I can organise that for you. Why not get a few friends together and create some kits. You could each choose a different kit and share the cards in them, or just make your own kit and have a chat while you do it.
Until next time, happy stamping