kit, Notes of Kindness

I love a kit!!

Hey everyone. As you are probably aware, I do love a kit! You get stunning cards already planned out for you-all you have to do is put them together! Then once you’ve made them all, you are left with a gorgeous stamp set that you can re-use and get creative with!

I like to show you different ways you can use the stamp set, and just by using these stamps, with a few extras, you can make even more beautiful cards- what’s not to love??!!

Today’s kit is from the Notes of Kindness All-inclusive kit. It makes 20 cards with matching envelopes (5 each of 4 designs) and like I say once you’ve made all the cards you are still left with the stamp set to make your own designs! The kit costs £33 and is carrying over to the new catalogue- yippee! 🤩 Order number 148266 head over to my online store  now to get yours!

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Here are the cards you can make with the kit, you get 5 each of the 4 designs. Absolutely gorgeous 💙

Then once I’d made up all my cards I got to play with the stamp set!!

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So this card was made with a watercolour wash of Mango melody and Daffodil Delight onto watercolour paper. Once dry I flicked some ink from my Mango melody marker, and to add a little something extra, I flicked some Champagne shimmer paint on using a little paintbrush. Then I used the little crosses stamp before adding my sentiment, which I stamped in Mango melody onto a rectangle stitched die.

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The next one I used the same sentiment -Thanks- and this time I used Grey Granite. As a background I used the ‘swoosh’ line repeatedly across the whisper white layer in first and second generation. (This means inking and stamping=first generation, then stamping again without re-inking=second generation) I used a piece from my Twinkle Twinkle DSP (retiring so go get it now! 146284) and then added velum which I cut with a rectangle stitched die, before popping up my sentiment on with dimensionals. To finish I flicked some Champagne shimmer paint on using a little paintbrush, and added some sequins.

The next two cards are using the You’re so Kind sentiment. I created the background using the ‘swoosh’ line again.

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I used the same sentiment for this card, but created a background using the ‘sprig’ stamp, and went around in a sort of circle shape. I used Gorgeous Grape, Coastal Cabana, Granny Apple Green and Pacific Point. The sentiment was stamped in Flirty flamingo to match the base card. A few rhinestones were added to finish it off.

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This card was made with Gorgeous Grape. I used a piece of cardstock to make a banner piece. Before gluing down I used the crosses stamp to stamp down the middle, peeking out from behind the cardstock. I used the ‘swoosh’ line again on the card to create some texture. I stamped the little Thank You stamp in Gorgeous Grape and I cut it in half and popped up with dimensionals onto a circle of whisper white, which I layered onto Gorgeous Grape and then some rose glimmer paper cut with the starburst punch. A few rhinestones completed my card.

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To finish off I just made some super simple 3×3 cards, using a little Twinkle Twinkle DSP.

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On this one I created the background with the ‘swoosh’ line again, but using different colours- Soft Sea Foam, Balmy Blue, Petal pink and Pool party.

SUCH easy little cards to make but look so great! I hope you agree😊

Well I hope you’ve enjoyed my creations today, and I’ve inspired you to get creative. If you haven’t got this kit yet, I really recommend it as the stamps are so gorgeous and you can create such a lot with them. As always,  I’d love to be your demonstrator so head to my store now to get your products.

Love Jane x

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