Leveling Up when using a card kit
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?
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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