I'm super excited to share the cards that I made this month
using the Crafty Peeps Card Kit, because this month was
my turn to put together and send out the kits!
I filled them with six different Echo Park patterned papers & one
sheet of WRMK paper, some PTI cardstock & buttons
and some stamped/diecut goodies and other fun embellies, too.
Here are the cards I made:
Everything I used on this card was from the kit, except for the Journaling Card 1 frame
that I used to diecut the patterned paper and the
Mama Elephant stamp I stamped on the journaling card diecut.
The typewriter is from Mama Elephant's Type It stamp set and I just recently
got the coordinating dies.
The "hey" diecut is also from this set.
Next I diecut this super cool "fan" patterned paper using the Journaling Card 1
diecut and layered on it my sentiment (a Reverse Confetti stamp from Let's Chill stamped
on a PTI die that came with the March die set).
On this card, over my patterned paper, I layered goodies from the kit:
a Reverse Confetti Arrow diecut from Limeade Ice cardstock,
a Studio Calico wooden bicycle & some PTI buttons.
Here, I made a tag from the "fan" patterned paper and my largest tag from
Reverse Confetti's Tag Me.
I diecut some harvest gold cardstock with the banner from Tag Me.
On it, I stamped another sentiment from Let's Chill.
I added a Heidi Swapp chipboard arrow that I inked green and some PTI buttons (all from the kit).
I'm linking up these cards to this week's Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge:
So, when I was making up the kits, I was thinking there were 11 members to whom
I needed to mail kits, plus me.
So, I made 12 kits.
Well, it turns out there were 10 members plus me, so I ended up with an extra kit.
I decided to give it to Sage & ask her to guest design for us this month.
Here's what she made with the kit:
She made it for her cousin, Noah, who just turned 11 last week.
And I sent Noah the third card I made (using the same sentiment/frame),
with the wooden bike, so our cards are coordinating.
Make sure you visit Jen Carter's blog to see what she did with the kit!
Thanks for looking!