|Watercolor Wishes Card Kit||140406|
|The giftable Watercolor Wishes Card Kit includes preprinted cards for the perfect artistic look without the mess. Includes supplies for 20 unique cards in 3 sizes and an exclusive stamp set. Make one when you need it, or make them all and use them later. Makes 20 unique cards.|
You provide the adhesive; we'll provide the rest, including the stamp set, clear stamp block, and ink.
* 20 cards total
* Folded card sizes: 4" x 4", 3-1/2" x 5", 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"
* 12-piece photopolymer stamp set
* 20 card bases
* Die-cut accents
* Cardstock flag stickers
* Night of Navy and Watermelon Wonder Classic Stampin' Spots
* Washi tape
* Giftable Kraft box
* 50 sequins
* Wood die cuts
* Stampin' Dimensionals
*Acrylic stamp block
Coordinating colors: Crushed Curry, Night of Navy, Pool Party, Tip Top Taupe, Watermelon Wonder
Tune in tomorrow for the next four cards in this fun kit!
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Monday, July 20, 2015
Watercolor Wishes Card Kit - First 4 cards - Stampin' Up!
I have ordered a few of the new kits in this year's catalogue. The other two should arrive soon. I loved this Watercolor Wishes kit. These are the first four of twenty cards you can make in the kit. They are cute, easy and quick! I made them mostly according to the instructions. Due to a few minor mess ups I had to make some changes. I didn't want to have to scrap any of the cards because I was sloppy with my ink!
This is likely the easiest of the cards. I turned my card from vertical to horizontal. I think it looks nice as it, but I might add something to it!
Instructions indicated to stamp the hello in blue and the heart in red, but I didn't pay attention! So we have a blue heart!
This was my first mess-up. I smeared the ink on the original label so I had to make another to save the card. I used a label from a retired set Layered Labels.
Two misses in a row! But this was an easier fix! I restamped just the "Here's To", and adhered with a little piece of dimensional.
So that is the first 4 cards of 20. Below are the kit contents. The only other product I used was Tombow Multipurpose Glue. I found it easiest to attach the sequins and wood elements with the liquid glue.