Sunday, July 3, 2016

All-Inclusive Kits

If you're new to crafting, or you just want simple cards you can put together quickly, these kits are for you. Just add scissors and adhesive and you're all set!

My favourite new All-Inclusive Kit is the Watercolor Wishes Card Kit, found on page 8-9 of the new Annual Catalogue or in my Online Store here.

All you do is open the box and have fun creating 20 unique cards as everything is provided including the stamps and inks...which you can then use on future projects, you complete them using your choice of adhesive. I would suggest some Mini Glue Dots to stick the die-cut flowers and Multipurpose Liquid Glue to adhere the wood elements.


Look at the fabulous 20 cards you make using the Watercolor Wishes stamp set and embelishments, which are are all included in the kit (see image below).


Want to have fun with this kit then there are a few ways can...
  1. buy it for yourself and have fun creating 20 unique cards that you will have on hand for any number of occasions.
  2. get 4 friends together and open up the kit! You can then make five cards each and have your own creative catch up, perhaps encourage them to bring their own adhesive and scissors, other than that you will have all you need.
  3. come to my Kit Class on Sunday, 7 August...check out the full details on my Stamp Classes page here.
Want a closer look then check out Stampin' Up!'s video below (or on the Stampin' Up! YouTube Channel).




They also make a demonstrator's life easier for classes/workshops in those busy times when you are restricted for preparation time and you still want to hold a creative experience for your friends, customers etc.

Stampin' Up! also offers more kits...if you enjoy your projects already cut and ready for you to stamp and assemble, then check out all of the kits available.  You can see them all HERE in my Online Store!

At my Kit Class in August I will be offering both the Watercolor Wishes Card Kit or the Designer Tin of Cards Project Kit as the class projects, and you can check out my earlier blog post about the Designer Tin of Cards here.

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