Hey everyone! Happy Thursday! I hope your week is going well. Saturday is my Hello Dear Kit Class and today I wanted to share some alternate projects using some of the embellishments and the stamp set. Were you able to catch my Facebook Live this morning? If not, you can watch the replay on my Yourtube Channel here. While you are there, I would love it if you liked and shared my video and subscribed to my channel.
The kit comes with 12 cards, 3 of 4 designs plus an exclusive stamp set, an ink spot in Misty Moonlight, an acrylic block, a roll of copper trim, vellum and die cut embellishments and even a sheet of dimensionals and mini glue dots!
For my class everyone will be getting their own kit, a package of Champagne Rhinestones and two of the Basic White Note Cards/Envelopes. The Champagne Rhinestones go perfectly with the copper elements in the kit. Here’s a look at the cards I created from the kit:
The first two cards are regular A2 sized cards, but the last two are even smaller then our note cards, which makes them perfect to tuck into a gift bag or flowers. Here is a look at the card we created today:
Here are the measurements of the note card we created:
- Basic White Note Card 3 1/2″ x 5″
- Paper Blooms DSP cut at 3 1/4″ x 4 3/4″
- Night of Navy and Whisper White cardstock cut with the Hippo and Friends Dies
- Rococo Rose cardstock punched with the Small Bloom Punch
The Note Cards/Envelopes tend to be overlooked in the catalog, but I have to tell you, they are the perfect solution for a quick and easy card you can throw together and drop in the mail. After I trimmed the DSP to size, I just sponged the edges with some Night of Navy ink and glued it to the card base. After I die cut the two labels, I stamped the sentiment in Night of Navy ink and glued them together with some Stampin’ Seal and then added to the card with dimensionals. I punched a scrap of Rococo Rose cardstock with the Small Bloom punch and added it to the labels with a Mini Glue Dot and then sprinkled on some of the Champagne Rhinestones.
For the inside, I stamped the sentiment, also in Night of Navy ink. For the flowers, I first stamped the leaves in Night of Navy ink on the envelope and then stamped them on the inside of the card without reinking. I did the same with the flower using Rococo Rose ink.
Isn’t that cute? I also showed everyone my scrapbook layout using some of the same DSP and embellishments from the kit and the stamp set.
Here are the measurements for the layout:
- 12 x 12 base in Pear Pizzazz cardstock
- Night of Navy cardstock for the photo mat cut at 4 1/4″ x 6 1/4″
- Paper Blooms DSP cut at 1 1/2: x 10″, 2″ x 5″, flagged, 1″ x 3″ flagged and 1 1/2″ x 4″ flagged
- Whisper White scrap at 3/4″ x 5″
After I trimmed my layers of DSP, I glued the 10″ strip to the base and flagged the ends of the others. I layered them on and added the strip of Whisper White over the strips. I matted my photo and added it to the base over all of the layers. I used the little splatter image from the Sweet Ice Cream stamp set in Night of Navy ink and then stamped the sentiment, also in Night of Navy ink. I then added some of the die cuts. I had some of the Frosted and Clear Drops sitting on my desk, so I sprinkled some of them on and called it done. The stamp set from this kit is perfect for scrapbooking too!
I hope you liked today’s projects. If you want to add this kit to your stash, just head over to my online store here. When you shop using Host Code UHGPNTR7 and purchase $50.00 or more, not only will you get choose an item (like the DSP I used today) for FREE, but I’m going to send you a free embellishment from the new Jan-Jun Mini Catalog. Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!!