Creating with a Fabulous Card Kit Available on Scrapbook.com

I love making cards but at times the process can take a long time and sometimes I want to complete a card (or several cards) in one sitting. Card kits are a great way to help make the process speedy but still beautiful!

Today’s cards feature Spellbinders – Rosie’s Studio – Heartfelt Collection – Card Maker’s Kit. This kit includes a 6″ x 6″ printed paper pad of sweet, love-themed designs, two sheets of chipboard embellishments, a package of puffy stickers, and glitter foam stickers. I love how all these products coordinate and work together seamlessly. I combined the kit with some exclusive products from Scrapbook.com to make four fun, cute, and fairly quick cards.

For my first card, I started with two of the patterned papers from the kit: a lovely pink floral paper, and a white and gold foil geometric paper. I used A2 rectangle dies to cut each piece just a little smaller than an A2 card. Then I trimmed the floral paper at an angle and adhered it over the other patterned paper using tape runner. I adhered both to a heavyweight cardstock and popped them up on an A2 card base using foam tape. Next, I die cut a heart out of Lawn Fawn Vellum using Hero Arts Infinity Dies Nesting Hearts Infinity Dies. I adhered the ampersand chipboard on top of that. Then I placed foam tape on the back of the heart behind the ampersand to adhere it to the card without showing through the vellum. I topped it off with a couple more chipboard embellishments and a few glitter foam heart stickers.

I followed the same first steps to make my second card, using a light green and a colorful heart patterned paper. I used the Scrapbook.com Birthday Banners dies to create a pink and yellow birthday banner. The pink cardstock comes from the Sprinkles Smooth Cardstock Paper Pad and the yellow is from the Daybreak Smooth Cardstock Paper Pad. (Sidenote: I love all the beautiful colors in these paper pads and they are a perfect weight for diecutting.) I diecut 2 layers of cardstock for the base of the banner and for the letters to add dimension. I glued them to the top portion of the panel and then added heart and “wonderful you” puffy stickers to add extra interest. I love how quickly this card came together and I love how all the embellishments tie in so nicely with the patterned paper.

For my third card, I used two more pieces of patterned paper: a pale blue simple plaid and a lovely floral with touches of gold foiling. I followed Jennifer McGuire’s steps of making a Split Window Card Design but instead of stamping along the left side I used more patterned paper and in the window, I added chipboard embellishments. I used a thin strip of matte gold cardstock to echo the gold in the paper. This card came together quickly but feels a little fancier to me because of the circular window on the card.

My final card might be one of my favorites simply because I really love bunnies! I used Scrapbook.com’s Nested Peeps Dies (so cute!) to diecut 9 bunnies from various patterned papers and 9 more from heavyweight white cardstock. I glued the the patterned bunnies to the white bunnies and arranged them on the card in a 3 x 3 pattern. I took a photo once I liked the arrangement and placed my stamp where I wanted it. Then, I used my Misti to stamp “some bunny loves you” from the Hello Spring stamp set. I stamped it in Pebble ink, my favorite light warm gray from Concord & 9th. Then I consulted my photo to put back my bunnies and popped them up with foam tape. I added puffy circle stickers in various colors for the bunny tails. I love these cute colorful bunnies!

Thanks Scrapbook.com for sending me these wonderful goodies to play with. This card kit is so much fun and a great way to make beautiful, quick cards!