Love to Craft? Join my Dazzling Divas team!

Love to Craft? Join my Dazzling Divas team!

Hello! Happy Labor Day Monday! I hope you’re enjoying your day with family and friends just relaxing and enjoying the day off. This week’s Product of the Week is actually a sneak peek from the Holiday Catalog that goes live on Wednesday.

This has to be hands down the best card kit that Stampin’ Up! has ever done! We are going to look at each card this week so that you can get a close up look at the entire kit. The kit comes with enough card bases, tags, foil and rhinestone embellishments to create 20 cards, 5 of each type. You do need to provide stamps, ink and adhesive. I am using the coordinating stamp set the Timeless Tidings set, but you really could use whatever you have on hand. The kit suggests using Jet Black Staz On, but I also used Mossy Meadow. The envelopes are in Very Vanilla with gold foiling on the back and the look of liners are done in Cherry Cobbler and Mossy Meadow. They really did a fantastic job on this kit.

For card one I used Mossy Meadow for the sentiments on the outside and inside, plus some Cherry Cobbler for the poinsettia. There are two different colored rhinestone sets in the kit, one in Mossy Meadow and one in gold. I did use the Mossy Meadow rhinestones on this card. Here’s a look at the inside:

and here is a close up of the envelope:

   

Isn’t that envelope pretty? And they are a good weight too, nothing cheesy about this kit! I did stamp the poinsettia on the front lower corner. Yes, you could use any stamp set you wanted, but it’s nice to have the coordinating images.

Now that you’ve seen the kit, you know you will want to add it to your wish list. This kit is very easy to put together, and even with the stamping, I created all 20 cards in about an hour. If you’re looking for something to send out without all the prep time of creating the card yourself, then this is the kit to purchase. We will look at the other cards during the week so that you can see each of them.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope  you have a great Monday. Be sure to come back tomorrow for another CASE-ing Tuesday post.

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