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Hi Everyone! It’s Luci here from “My Crazy Craft Life” and I have so much to show you today. I loved this kit so much I decided to do four cards from each kit using the sketches provided, in total I made THIRTEEN cards! One I didn’t like so I had to make another. I listed all the outside stash materials with each collection on top of different adhesives, fun foam, alcohol markers, and watercolor paints and pencils. Make sure you check out my YouTube channel for the process videos, I made two, one for collections 1 & 2 and another for collections 3 & 4! So let’s get started with the pictures!
Collections 1 five cards, I really didn’t like the middle one, it was an experiment with something new for me, more work and practice need to happen! I absolutely loved this set of pattern paper Echo Park “Spring Market” It was so easy to put cards together with it. I only used some twine, a piece of peachy ribbon, and a couple pieces of green and black scrap paper from my stash. The middle card with the frog stamp I picked up some watercolor Faber Castell pencils super cheap and wanted to try them out. I really liked them but definitely, need more practice!
Collection 2 I really enjoyed this Sunny Studio stamp set, I loved the background I created with the tulip stamp. The only items I used outside of the kit were a piece of yellow ribbon, a cloud stencil, and some green scrap paper for the grass I cut and the sprigs I die cut with the Lawn Fawn Die that came with the Banana Split level kit. I am so glad Spring is finally here in the Chicago area, I think it really inspired these cards!
Collection 3 this Stamping Bella “Tiny Townie Daffodil Girl” stamp is adorable I really had a lot of fun creating these cards and trying to figure out ways to use the sketches but still use the stamp! I think they came out pretty awesome! This was the last collection I made cards for and by this time I needed to use card bases from my stash, but other than those and some green die cut sprigs, white cardstock and one piece of black for a banner that was it! Pretty amazing I could make so many cards with so few supplies from my stash!
Collection 4 it’s so hard to choose but this was a favorite! The Banana Split level kit came with Avery Elle liquid watercolor, which was awesome because I have been wanting to try it since I first saw them, but since I wanted to use that I pulled out my watercolors and colored all four images with them and even made a background piece for one of the cards! One thing also did with this collection was use the Washi tape that came with it to create panels and pattern paper! I have so much washi tape and hardly ever use it, so when I get like this I want to make sure I use as much as possible! For these cards, I only used a piece of blue ribbon from my stash, everything else was from the kit even for the sprigs I used the pattern paper included!
This is everything I have left from the kit! Still tons of products for lots of cards left to make!
Thanks for “hopping” by, I hope you enjoyed the cards and make sure you check out the rest of the hop. For part 1 of the video click HERE and part 2 HERE! Don’t forget to grab your kit just click HERE!
Now for the HOP
Luci (That’s me!)
Next up on the hop LeeAnn
Gloria (Guest Designer)
Alicia (Guest Designer)
Rosie (Guest Designer)
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