How does one make the Tin of Cards Project Kit look like the Watercolor Wishes Card Kit?
Well, when you order the Tin of Cards Project Kit just in time for your third Wednesday of the month class and it doesn’t arrive in the shipment (that arrives late Tuesday afternoon) because it’s on backorder, you scramble!
After waiting for weeks for my Watercolor Wishes Card Kit to arrive it finally did about a week ago so I did have it for a backup. Fortunately the gals at my class understood my predicament and we had a great time making the 20 cards from that kit.
This was the first class held in my refreshed stampin’ studio. I had to do a bit of rearranging of furniture however since my proper table top doesn’t exist yet. I took the painted-white-door from the top of the Alfa drawers and placed it on the Ikea cubes in the center of the room. Leg room was a little limited but it worked.
Fortunately the kit makes 20 cards and there are 2 are each size or style so I could fairly divide them between Sue and Sharon.
Here are a few of my favorite cards:
The greetings in this kit are varied and have great fonts which make for good eye candy.
Two Stampin’ Up! spots are included with the kit, Night of Navy and Watermelon Wonder. All you need to add to make the cards is adhesive! Everything else is included including the photopolymer stamps and a clear block for the stamps. Yeah, I think I’m in love with this kit and will have to order another one for myself.
TIP: The new (2015 Holiday Catalog, goes live Sept 1st) Fine-Tip Glue Pen is perfect for adding adhesive to the back of the wooden open heart element.
And that’s how one makes the Tin of Cards Project Kit look like the Watercolor Wishes Card Kit? Order yours today: Just click on any of the images above to be taken directly to my Stampin’ Up! store.