DID YOU RECEIVE ONE OF MY MAKE & TAKE CARD KITS IN THE MAIL?
If you did then this is where you can find out how to put it together along with a free printable/downloadable Project Sheet that you can keep for reference.
Directly below you will find my card from my most recent Make & Take Card Kit in the Mail that features the Sending Flowers Dies – wow what a gorgeous large die cut that floral window is!
Keep scrolling down and even further below you will find the February Card Kit Make & Take Card – if you received one of those Tulip Card Kits, make your card and add any embellishments, ribbons & stamped images that you like to put your own ‘stamp’ onto it and remember to photograph it and send it to me to claim your Card Kit Challenge Prize – a FREE pack of Champagne Rhinestone Jewels!
FEBRUARY SENDING FLOWERS DIES ‘MAKE & TAKE CARD KIT IN THE MAIL‘!
If you received the supplies for this Make & Take Card Kit in the mail from me, I hope you enjoy using those supplies to make a card – stamp a sentiment, add whatever you like to it and enjoy!
Here is the card that I made using them:
You can find more details, photos and a supply list in the blog post for this card – click HERE to find it!
Want my FREE PROJECT SHEET showing you step by step how to create this card? Click HERE to download/print it!
FEBRUARY TULIPS ‘MAKE & TAKE CARD KIT IN THE MAIL‘!
And below the supply list you will find a few more that I made using some of the leftover supplies I had and different sentiments…I hope this gives you more inspiration!
You can find more details, photos and supply list in the blog post for this card – click HERE to find it!
Here is the printable/downloadable Project Sheet showing you step by step how I made my card – click HERE to find it:
And here are those few extra cards made using the same Brick embossed background and punched out tulip but instead of the printed paper leaves, I used stamped leaves from the set Timeless Tulips that I punched out with the same Tulip Builder Punch.
First up a pink themed Birthday Card – the sentiment is cut out using a die from All Dressed Up Dies – it’s a really pretty label die cut!
Here’s a closer look…I love the stitching detail on the label die cut…
And here are two ‘just to say hello’ cards – simple, quick to make but so pretty!
Here is a closer look at the knot detail…
Enjoy making your card and I hope you take part in my Challenge – remember that the prize is a pack of Champagne Rhinestone Jewels!