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Using up Kits

April 13, 2020

When I prepare for a class, I cut all the product needed to create the card and place them in a plastic sleeve so my customers have everything they need to create their project.  Often I have kits left over and mostly I disassemble them and re-use the card pieces for another project.  I had quite a few kits left over from my March classes and today I am sharing a card I created using the pieces to create something completely different.  I embossed Poppy Parade card using the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder and attached it to scored and folded Thick Whisper White card.  I cut Whisper White card using the largest scalloped rectangle from the Stitched So Sweetly Dies.  I stamped the background stamp from the Love What You Do stamp set onto the Whisper White rectangle using Soft Sea Foam ink.  I stamped the flower from the same stamp set using Pear Pizzazz ink.  I stamped the flower once more onto scrap Whisper White card using Poppy Parade ink.  I stamped the flower fill image from the Love What You Do stamp set using Poppy Parade ink which I stamped onto scrap paper first.  I cut out the flowers and attached them over the Pear Pizzazz image.  Lastly I stamped “thank you” from the Love What you Do stamp set using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.

To decorate the inside of the card I stamped the greeting from the Well Said stamp set using Poppy Parade ink.  I also stamped the image from the Love What You Do stamp set three times without re-inking using Pear Pizzazz ink.

It doesn’t take much imagination (luckily!) to use a pre-cut kit to create a completely different card than the one for which it was created.  It also makes me happy that I used a stamp set which I love but has been a little neglected of late.

Bye for now,

Kris

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