There are quite a few kits to choose from in the new Annual Catalogue from Stampin’ UP! These kits are perfect for working on with a group of friends for a fantastic girls night in. Or just for yourself, so that when you need a card you have one already prepared and stored in the adorable tin that comes as part of this Kit.
The TIN OF CARDS kit is featured on the front cover of our new Annual Catalogue released on June 2nd, so it is hard to miss. I couldn’t wait to order this little tin of goodies. Inside is everything you need to make 16 cards. Four each of four designs. But that isn’t all. You also receive the pretty green striped tin plus file cards with paper and accessories to decorate. This allows you to divide your tin into sections. I think you will agree that the cards are very different and there are many opportunities to tailor the cards to suit your own design ideas too.
There are die cut butterflies all ready to pop out and attach to your cards, patterned window sheets, circular greetings, banners, stick on embellishments in gold and clear, gold twine, bakers twine and plenty more to keep you busy.
But wait, there’s more! Stampin’ UP! make the best stamps as you probably know. There is a matching stamp set to go with the Tin of Cards, also called, guess what? Tin of Cards (so we don’t get confused). Now this stamp set has some fantastic greeting stamps, it also has stamps for your file tabs and cards, and embellishments to enhance them. This set only comes in Photopolymer style, which of course keeps the cost down, (so you can buy even more Stampin’ UP! goodies).
So when you are flipping through the catalogue next time, (you do have a catalogue don’t you? If not, you need to contact me by leaving a message below), give a thought to buying one of the gorgeous kits, there are quite a few to choose from. Kits come in all sorts of styles, Banners, Boxes, cards, there is even a Perpetual Birthday Calendar Kit and a Project Life Kit.
Kits are a great way to get started when you only have a few items of cardmaking equipment. With most of the preparation already done for you, all you will need is some glue and double sided tape, a few glue dots and you are done. There is also a range of prices going from as little as $24.50 up to the most expensive at $61.00
If you would like to browse the catalogue simply click on the Shop button above. Or there is a PDF of the catalogue too.
If you would like any more information about Stampin’ UP! or Kits please leave your email address in the comments section and I will get back to you.
Until next time