My friend, Becky, came to visit my Craft Room this afternoon after we'd both been to our monthly book club meeting. I wasn't quite sure what we were going to do, but I knew if we started with a Stampin' Up! kit, we'd be in good shape. Sure enough, it was just right to get us started.
Right from the start, Becky was captivated by all the ideas in the kit folder, and off we went to play! As you know, this kit contains not only card bases, die cuts and a couple of ink spots. It also comes with the stamp set of the same name, Watercolor Wishes. Two of the stamps are shown on the projects in this photo.
The project on the left is one that is done pretty much the way that the idea folder laid it out. Over on the right, though, Becky picked out a different background and a different layout than anything in the folder. With this kit – and all Stampin' Up! kits you can do that! There are no "kit police" around telling you what you can and can't do, and there are still plenty of die-cuts and embellishments to make another dozen or so cards (I've made a few in the past weeks since I bought the kit).
If you read my last post, you may remember that it costs extra to mail that little square card if you put it in the square envelope that comes with the kit. So Becky went home with a standard A2 sized to use for sending it off to a friend. No extra postage for this card!
If you'd like to get more details about the Watercolor Wishes Card Kit, just click here to go the Stampin' Up! website and read all about it! It's a great kit! There's even a video that gives more details about the kit and shows you each of the cards as it is finished. All you need to add is adhesives – it even includes Stampin' Dimensionals to raise images up off the card base, as in the card on the right! If you decide to buy the kit, you're already right there in my own Stampin' Up! store, so just click, "Add to Bag," and go from there.