Leveling Up when using a card kit
Using a Card Kit is a great place to start when you need some inspiration. Karen used Photoplay’s Tulla and Norbert’s Christmas Party Card Kit to make these winter themed designs.
Here’s what Karen had to say about the process:
Card 1: I started by following the instructions included in the card kit. Then, I switched out the background paper and sentiment sticker, removed one snowman sticker and added some snowflake sequins.
Card 2: I used the snowflake background paper that was intended for card 1, added some scrap strips of paper and a hand-cut snowdrift. Next, I ran this piece through my die cut machine with a stitched rectangular die. I popped up the snowman and sentiment sticker with thin adhesive foam, and glued on some sequins.
Card 3: I used leftover scraps of paper and made a scene on a 4x4 piece of white cardstock. I placed this piece into an old packaging bag, added sequins to create a shaker pouch, and attached this to a 4.25”x4.25” card base.
Have you tried a card kit before? Where do you look for inspiration?
Let us know in your comments.
Full list of supplies:
•Photoplay Tulla and Norbert’s Christmas Party Card Kit
Card bases included in the card kit, one was cut down to 4.25” x 4.25”)
12x12 collection kit (sticker sheet only)
6x6 paper pad (1 sheet of paper)
•Picket Fence Studios Sequins
•Scrapbook Adhesives Thin Foam Squares
•Scrapbook Adhesives EZ Runner
•Gina K Nested Circle Die
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