Thursday, December 17, 2015

December Kit of the Month Cards

I finished my December cards from the "Kit of the Month" and now I can show them to you!  Remember, the Kit comes with an exclusive stamp set, all papers cut to size, and most embellishments.  You supply the inks, Silks, adhesive, pop dots, and anything else you may want to add.  The stamp set used is called "Cozy Wishes".    The "ingredients' for these cards are listed at the end of this post with links if you want a closer look.

This one I pretty much followed the directions. No changes.

This card I slanted the blue/green layer, tilted the cup the opposite direction, used a different stamp for the red embellishment, and used a different stamp on the banner.

This card was originally a gift card holder and I did cut mine to use as such.  I changed the red apple in that I added a little flower to the center of it.

 Plus I added a little pearl to the center of the flower.   The flower is from the Holiday Elements Sequins.

This card was stamped so the top is along the fold of the card.  I changed the sentiment and that's about the only change.

Oh, I added some Sparkle Cuts to the heart.

Following are the products used on all these cards:

Card stocks:
Butter Cream
Pomegranate Splash
Kiwi Slice
Oatmeal Cookie
Cool Pool
Dark Roast
Basic Neutrals Paper Pack
Winter Fresh Prints (soon to be retired)

Dark Roast
Candy Apple (directions called for Pomegranate Splash which I don't have)
Kiwi Slice
Oatmeal Cookie
Dark Roast Silk

Star Frame (a freebie with a $50+ order)
Natural Journey Thread
Oatmeal Cookie Satin Ribbon
Journey Sequins Holiday Elements
Be Cool Journey Tape
Sparkle Cuts
Hearts & Stars Wooden Buttons
Journey Glaze
Glue Dots

Dies and Punches:
Journey Rectangles
Tag Set
1" Circle Punch
Treat label
Journey Circles
2" Scallop Punch
Punch Handle

I used an ATG gun and purchase my special tape elsewhere but I love the White Liner tape!  And the foam squares come in small and medium.

Do you like this format with all the products listed at the end or do you prefer them throughout the post?   This format was a bit easier for me to look up but I want your opinion.  Thanks!

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