Hello folks…I have another fun card kit to share with y’all today. This one is simple and elegant and so easy to put together.
This card kit comes with one card already completed by me that you can use as a guide for when you are making the other four cards. So in total you will have five gorgeous fall greeting cards to send to your loved ones this fall season.
Everything you need to assemble these cards including detailed instructions, envelopes, glue and foam adhesive comes included in this kit. Check out my Etsy store for this kit and other card kits that I have available.
If you’d like to purchase the stamp and die set bundle to create your own beautiful fall card designs, you can find it in my online store here.
This DIY card kit is for sale in my Etsy store for $18.00 plus $2.50 shipping. In this kit you will receive one completed card that I have already made that you can use as a guide. In addition to that, you get all the parts and pieces you need to put together four more cards – so you have a total of five cards that you get to send out. These cards are so easy (and fun) to put together.
Everything you need to make these cards, including a mini glue tube and foam adhesive squares is included in this kit. And think about it…when is the last time you purchased a greeting card for less than $4.00? This is a such a great value and will be extra special to your recipient because it was hand made by you!
If you have little ones around who like to get crafty with you, these kits make a great family project as well. Hop over to my Etsy store to order this kit, or check out some other kits I have in my store.
If you’re interested in owning the stamp and die set to stamp and cut your own cards, you can find it here. This is such a versatile set that can be used for so many projects. This set would be great for making a masculine card for a fall birthday, or you could also create some really awesome tags or place card settings for Thanksgiving.
I created a video where I show you how easy these cards are to make and assemble. Check it out!
The dies with this bundle are especially cool – because they cut but they also emboss the leaves…so that you get this really cool stitching inside the leaves that really adds character to your project.
Thanks for stopping by today and I hope everyone has a great week!
September’s kit is a must-have for those who love to celebrate all things spooky. But, for those who don’t enjoy the Halloween haunts, the multi-occasion stamp set combined with a variety of die-cut and reversible paper pieces offers many ways to customize your fall crafts!
The Hello Pumpkin Paper Pumpkin Kit includes enough supplies to create projects celebrating Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the autumn season. Make them all the same, or mix ‘n’ match!
As the autumn season approaches, prepare to celebrate with the September Paper Pumpkin Kit! There’s so much to love about fall—some love the haunts of Halloween, many love the time to give thanks, and others love the changing colors and cooler temperatures. Whatever you love most about fall, September’s kit has everything you need to celebrate the season your way! Between a multi-occasion stamp set and enough supplies to design 20 cracker box treat packages, you can create custom fall crafts to celebrate Halloween, Thanksgiving, pumpkins, and leaves. Whether you make them all the same or mix ‘n’ match your crafts, there’s something for everyone in this kit!
Kit Name: Hello Pumpkin
Kit contains enough supplies to create 20 cracker box treat packages.
Each cracker box treat package can be customized to celebrate Halloween, Thanksgiving, the autumn season, or all three!
Coordinating Colors: Bumblebee, Basic Black, Cajun Craze, Cinnamon Cider, Mossy Meadow, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, white
Click here now to order your kit by September 10th!
Paper Pumpkin is our monthly subscription service that offers fun ‘n’ easy papercrafting projects for crafters of any skill level! In these themed all-inclusive kits, subscribers receive pre-cut paper pieces, embellishments, ink, and an exclusive stamp set. As the subscription continues, subscribers will have a collection of cards and other creations for a variety of occasions, in addition to a stockpile of supplies!
Hello folks! Happy Monday! Today I wanted to share with you a new item that I have for sale up in my Etsy store. This is a DIY card kit that makes five cards that you can mix up with a variety of included sentiments.
Send a card to your friend or loved ones who are missing you during this strange time of social distancing. What a great way to bridge the gap between family and friends – send them a handmade card! They will LOVE it!
This kit comes with one card that is already made up so that you can use it as a guide/sample for when you are making the rest of the cards. You will also have enough materials to make four more cards…so five in total.
Everything is stamped and prepared for you – just grab your glue and some adhesive foam tape and put it all together. (short instructions are also included).
Here is the sample card that will come in the kit. Five envelopes are also included. Hop over to my Etsy store to check this one out and other card kits I have available.
I am a sucker for symmetry, so when I saw this stamp set, I knew I had to have it. This is a new release from Stampin’ Up called Today’s Tiles and I just love all the possibilities of this set.
The sentiments in this set are also very versatile. Also…do you know what Namaste means? I had to look it up…
Namaste: At the base level, namasté is a salutation of respect and reverence. A traditional Indian greeting, it literally translates to “I bow to you”.
If you love simple stamping and lots of color for quick and beautiful cards, this set is for you! If you’re interested in purchasing this set to have as your own, you can click here.
Below is a little slide show of the different cards that I made today.
I’m still building my inventory of Stampin’ Up Ink pads, so the colors I used today for these cards are just an assortment of different brands that I have in my personal stash.
I did all my stamping first. So I made several panels in various colors. Then I got out my tiny trimmer and went to town cutting all these tiles out. It really wasn’t that tedious – it went pretty fast.
Then, I just played with the tiles and until I was happy with the arrangement. I popped up each tile with scotch foam tape for dimension.
I needed to restock some birthday cards and so I’m super happy with how these turned out. I think I might try a few more color combos tomorrow.