Hello! Once again I’m a little late in posting. I wanted to wait until I had a card to share with you, along with the kit unboxing.
Here are the kit contents:
MAY KIT INCLUDES:
► – 6″ x 8″ Clear Stamp Set
► – 13 Coordinating Frame Cuts Dies
► – 2 Leaf Dies
► – 1 Window Fancy Die with Frame
► – 1 Roll Leaf Patterned Washi Tape (Assorted Designs)
► – 5 Ivory Skeleton Leaves
► – 4 5″ x 7″ Sheets 100% Recycled Handmade Hot Pressed Watercolor Paper (140 lb)
► – 1 5.25″ x 6.5″ Tree Swirl Stencil
LIMITED TIME ONLY! Once this product sells out, it will no longer be available. Quantity limited to two kits per household.
Let’s take a look at the kit.
I haven’t used any of the dies yet, but that tree frame die is awesome.
The stamp style is the silhouettes, like a lot of the kits. I plan on building a tree with the trunk and branches with white heat embossing, and doing an emboss resist with Nuvo Shimmer powders for the A Blog Named Hero May challenge. I was hoping to do it this weekend, but that headache made that difficult.
This is the package with the stencil, handmade watercolor paper, leave skeletons and washi tape.
Here is a better look at the item. The card I made this weekend used the stencil.
I took some Lawn Fawn Black Licorice cardstock and used the tree stencil with Nuvo Moonstone Glitter paste. I added the image of the squirrel, stamped in Versamark ink and heat embossed clear. I had to add the white frame because I messed up the edges, so it’s not exactly what I imagined it would be. The sentiment is from the kit (I really like the sentiments include, especially “with brave wings she flies.” The card base is Gina K Design’s new Tranquil Teal. I stamped one of the branches with Altenew’s Teal Cave on a white envelope to match.
I wish I had more cards to share, but I’m struggling a bit with this kit. I have the heat resist card to make, but not sure what else to do. Do you have any ideas? Let me know in the comments!
Thanks for stopping by!